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Frankel vs. Uncle Mo: When 2yo Precociousness is Done Right

“A good horse needs a lot of training. Not only can they take it, they want it, and you’re not doing them any favors if you don’t give them the chance to develop their ability.” -Billy Turner, trainer of Triple Crown Champion Seattle Slew.

Juddmonte Farms’ superstar 2yo champion Frankel, trained by Henry Cecil, won the English 2,000 Guineas today in impressive fashion, something Uncle Mo will attempt to duplicate in Kentucky next week as the reining Breeders Cup Juvenile champion...
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