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Elite Alex probably goes Southwest

Elite Alex, strangley enough, validated his Triple Crown potential when he finished second on opening day at Oaklawn Park. If there had been any doubts -- oh, they probably existed in some corners, like dustballs -- about his ability to run around two turns or about his talent or his determination, he dispelled them all with his runner-up performance. But his effort still left a question: He stumbled so badly at the start and ran so hard, but where did it all leave him?


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And he has decent breeding as well - Afleet Alex out of an Unbridled mare.
What dos that have to do with anything?
Sounds like a promising prospect. Looking forward to the Southwest.
I'm pretty high on this one, Elite Alex. The winner of the Alowance race, Alternation, is promising as well. This was a race mentioned a being important by bloodhorse writer Steve Haskin.

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