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  • Beholder wins the G1 Clement L. Hirsch for fun!Posted 8 hours ago
  • Texas Red returns to the winner's circle with a Jim Dandy victory over Frosted!Posted 10 hours ago
  • Red Rifle squeezes through rivals to win the Bowling Green.Posted 11 hours ago
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  • Holy Boss runs away with the Amsterdam!Posted 14 hours ago
  • Smart Transition wins the Curlin at Saratoga for trainer John Shirreffs.Posted 1 day ago
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Fertile land for Derby prospects

South Florida has been a winter haven for Kentucky Derby hopefuls for decades. This is not some nostalgic bent. Three of the last four Derby winners, and four of the last seven, have made Florida their winter home, so it's little wonder that racing fans are already asking about which Florida 3-year-olds have a legitimate chance of making it to the 136th Derby on May 1. Read More

 

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