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Jackson Bend returns home

Jackson Bend and jockey Jeffrey Sanchez win the Florida Stallion Stakes at Calder
Jackson Bend, the scourge of the local 2-year-old division this season, arrived at his winter home under trainer Nick Zito's shed at Palm Meadows on Wednesday afternoon.
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Speaking of D'Funnybone - prior to the BC debacle over polytrack, his only previous loss was to Jackson Bend.
Frankly, with his name on the list of 2010 Kentucky Derby contenders, Jackson Bend at this point in his career my be the most accomplished of the 2yr.old's on dirt. One could also make a case for D'Funnybone as well. Lucking at Lucky and Dixie Band have both looked good on the synthetics, but who know's how they will adapt to conventional dirt? If the Derby were tomorrow, my money would either be on Jackson Bend or D'Funnybone.

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