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  • Second Summer holds off Hard Aces to win the Grade 2 Californian.Posted 2 days ago
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  • Takeover Target flies home late to win from last in the Grade 2 Dixie.Posted 3 days ago
  • American Freedom fights back for Sir Barton victory.Posted 3 days ago
  • Mizz Money holds on to take the Gallorette (G3) by a nose.Posted 3 days ago
  • Justin Squared was too fast to catch in the Chick Lang.Posted 3 days ago
  • Lady Shipman does not disappoint with a victory in The Very One.Posted 3 days ago
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  • Awtaad upsets Galileo Gold to win the Irish 2000 Guineas.Posted 3 days ago

For America

The year 2001 was not quite what Stanley Kubrick envisioned in his surreal odyssey into space. But that doesn’t mean the year was any less surreal, as evidenced by the tragedy of Sept. 11, a day that still resonates in the soul and gut of every American.

And on the 10th anniversary of that cataclysmic event, Thoroughbred racing also remembers—how the sport bonded as it had never bonded before, from America to Europe to the Middle East. Read More

 

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