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Leopard pounces in Queen's Plate

Living up to his royal pedigree, Sam-Son Farms' homebred EYE OF THE LEOPARD (A.P. Indy) stayed on strongly in deep stretch to capture Sunday's 150th Queen's Plate S. in a three-way finish at Woodbine. The son of Canadian champion Eye of the Sphynx (Smart Strike) did not make his debut until April, and was making just his fourth career start in the $883,819 classic, but what the Mark Frostad pupil lacked in experience, he more than made up for in natural talent. Sent off as the 2-1 favorite, Eye of the Leopard found his best stride in the final yards to reel in longtime leader Mr. Foricos Two U (Porto Foricos) by a neck, with Woodbine Oaks heroine Milwaukee Appeal (Milwaukee Brew) another head away in third. Read More

 

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