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Jim Penney Seeks Sixth Mile Win

Jim Penney has been a tremendous contributor to the thoroughbred racing industry in the Northwest, and through hard work and dedication, he has built one of the sport's most illustrious careers.

The 76-year-old Portland Penney has captured a record five Longacres Miles (Silver Mallet, 1973; Theologist, 1977; Edneator, 2000; Sabertooth, 2002; Flamethrowintexan, 2006) and was inducted into the Washington Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame in 2003.
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