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Patience key in Arkansas Derby

Patience. Simple, virtuous patience. It's the operative word for the trainers of the three top choices in the Grade 1, $1 million Arkansas Derby on Saturday here at Oaklawn Park. Whether it's Ken McPeek, who trains Noble's Promise, or Todd Pletcher, who sends out Super Saver, or D. Wayne Lukas, who has Dublin, all are hoping their riders time their moves a little more judiciously than last time in this critical final prep for the Kentucky Derby on May 1. Read More

 

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