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Haskin's Derby Report: An Animal on Dirt?

Perhaps none of the past weekend’s workouts was more anticipated than the main track work by Animal Kingdom, who has never run on dirt or worked over it all year and who had his first scheduled dirt drill canceled last week due to bad track conditions at Churchill Downs.

The good news is that his work was exceptional... Read More

 

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Arlington Park's main track is Polytrack, not dirt.
Animal Kingdom has run on dirt before,his first race was on the main track at Arlington broke last got pulled up twice once at the start and when they turned for home and still finished strong.Due have questions about the distance of that race was listed as 1mile on replay from track

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