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Q & A With Rachel Alexandra Trainer Hal Wiggins - BloodHorse

2/19/2009 - Q & A With Rachel Alexandra Trainer Hal Wiggins BloodHorse, KY Right now the plan is the Honeybee (on March 15 th ) at Oaklawn or the Fair Grounds Oaks (on March 14 th ). I'm guessing that the Rebel (on March 14 th ) will enter our discussions now too, but we're not there yet. JS: Any particular way you're leaning ... Read More

 

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