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Machowsky has 2 Derby prospects

There are owners who go out and spend millions of dollars looking for a Kentucky Derby horse, and trainers who stockpile prospects in the hope that one of them gets there. Mike Machowsky does not have that luxury. He trains 15 horses. Not 15 3-year-olds. Fifteen horses. Yet of those 15, two - Caracortado and Nextdoorneighbor, both homebreds - have emerged as legitimate Derby contenders, and are taking the Santa Anita-based Machowsky, 44, on the ride of his life. Read More

 

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