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Morning Line to miss Met Mile

Morning Line, winner of the Grade 1 Carter Handicap last month at Aqueduct, will not run in Monday's Grade 1 $500,000 Metropolitan Handicap as scheduled, due to a foot issue, trainer Nick Zito confirmed Thursday afternoon.

Zito said that Morning Line had some tenderness in his left front foot after being shod at Churchill Downs recently and though the horse did not miss any training time, Zito said he couldn't get a proper workout into Morning Line in time to make the Met Mile.
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