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Mine That Bird gets long vacation

They're not getting in a hurry with Mine That Bird.

The winner of last year's Kentucky Derby, Mine That Bird has been on vacation in New Mexico since the Breeders' Cup Classic and won't make his return to the races until later in the season, trainer Chip Woolley said.

 "We haven't got him back up yet," Woolley said. "We're going to give him plenty of time. We're going to make sure we set up our year where we don't burn the horse too much early, so that he can be strong toward the end of the year. Read More

 

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