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Owner of Silverfoot honors Douglas

Silverfoot unleashed his powerful closing kick in the stretch at Arlington Park on Saturday and edged Public Speaker by a neck to win the $54,100 Tin Man Stakes, but owner Stephanie Clark quickly turned her attention from the nine-year-old gelding to injured rider Rene Douglas.

"I'd like to donate the purse we just won from Silverfoot to Rene's fund and wish him well," Clark said. "We thank him for the wonderful opportunity last year [winning the Stars and Stripes]."

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