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Friesan Fire could get away easy

The Louisiana Handicap on Jan. 23 essentially ended about 24.60 seconds after it began. That was the posted first quarter-mile split in the 1 1/16-mile dirt race, and out on the track, Friesan Fire was loping along by his lonesome. Friesan Fire kept clicking off 12-second furlongs. Not even a game General Quarters got close to him. From the feel of things, the same scenario could play out in the Grade 3, $100,000 Mineshaft Handicap here at Fair Grounds on Saturday. Read More

 

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