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Premier Pegasus almost ready to return

The 3-year-old graded stakes winner Premier Pegasus and the graded-stakes-placed Riveting Reason are being prepared for comebacks later this year, according to Maria Ayala, the assistant to owner-trainer Myung Kwon Cho.

Premier Pegasus, scratched from the Santa Anita Derby the day before the race with a hairline fracture of the cannon bone of his left foreleg, is within three weeks of returning to racetrack training and is at a local farm.


“He’s almost ready to come back,” Ayala said.

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