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Eye of the Leopard took long route

Mark Frostad has been training long enough to know you don't pick a horse to run in the Queen's Plate, the horse picks itself.

So when Frostad takes the famous walk over from the barns on June 21 at Woodbine Racecourse in Toronto with Eye of the Leopard, there'll be some sense of relief that they got here at all with the big, brawny colt.

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