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Hurricane Ike scratched from Preakness

Hurricane Ike, one of 13 horses expected to run in the 135th running of the Preakness Stakes on Saturday, has been scratched from the race with a leg injury. The injury was detected at Churchill Downs Wednesday morning, and the horse didn't make the trip to Baltimore...

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He's also a big pace compromiser... is that a word?
I agree with you. I was looking at him taking over on the backstretch from a slow pace and trying to take it all the way in from there. I was going to use him in my exacta box with Super Saver and Paddy O'Prado.
This is a bummer, he looked like a contender for the Preakness and one that I would have liked to see get a chance.

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