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Friesan Fire progresses toward 2010

While three-year-olds Summer Bird, Mine That Bird and Rachel Alexandra are dominating the racing headlines this year, another three-year-old colt is being carefully prepared for a return in 2010.

Louisiana Derby winner Friesan Fire is down in Florida at Vinery Stables, one of his co-owners, training for a return to the races with an eye toward a 2010 campaign. Co-owner Rick Porter of Fox Hill Farms, reports that the son of 1992 Belmont winner A.P. Indy is on course to once again compete on the track.

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