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Kilroe could be tailor-made for Ever a Friend

Front-running gray Ever a Friend would have been tough to beat no matter who else showed up Saturday in the Grade 1, $250,000 Frank E. Kilroe Mile Handicap.

"He's the best horse I've ever trained," Mike Mitchell said. And the likely pace scenario for the one-mile turf race could make Ever a Friend the "best horse" for many bettors on the Santa Anita Handicap undercard. Read More


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