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Parading wins Dixie Stakes

Six-year-old Parading continued his career-best form with a game half-length victory in the $150,000 Dixie Stakes (G2) at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday.

“I got him beat at Keeneland, because I didn’t let him run early enough. He’s not an explosive horse, but he’s got stamina for days,” Desormeaux said. “It worked out well today. We hit the half-mile pole and I let him stretch his legs. When I squeezed him turning for home, he laid his body down and sprinted to the wire.”
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