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Gentlemen Shows That a Favorite Can Win Pacific Classic

By Bill Christine August 10, 1997 Neither the Pacific Classic’s reputation for chewing up favorites nor the resolve of his stablemate could stop Gentlemen at Del Mar Saturday. Gentlemen, a 5-year-old Argentine-bred, might not have been at the top of his game, but still he mopped up, winning by 2 3/4 lengths over Siphon and putting one more $1-million souvenir in trainer Richard Mandella’s trophy case. Read More

 

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