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Just as Well Awarded Grade 1 win via DQ

Racing Hall of Fame trainer Jonathan Sheppard hoped Just as Well would secure his first Grade 1 win on Sunday in the Northern Dancer Stakes Presented by VTech (Can-G1), but the victory did not come as Sheppard expected.

Marsh Side crossed the finish line first followed by Just as Well, but Marsh Side was disqualified and placed fourth for interfering with Quijano (Ger) and Champs Elysees (GB) in the stretch. The disqualification elevated Just as Well to first, Quijano to second, and Champs Elysees to third.
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