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Mineshaft reigns as Horse of the Year; Funny Cide earns championship

1/26/2004 Thoroughbred Times Mineshaft capped his championship season, which included seven wins in nine starts and $2,209,686 in earnings, with three consecutive and convincing victories in the Suburban Handicap (G1), Woodward Stakes (G1), and Jockey Club Gold Cup Stakes (G1) at Belmont Park. His four other wins in 2003 came in stakes events, including an emphatic score in the Pimlico Special Handicap (G1). Read More

 

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