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Queen's Plate memories: Legendary champions

Inferno, Awesome Again and Dance Smartly beat odds to become the best.

When Awesome Again made his unheralded arrival for the 1997 Queen's Plate, he had a bankroll of $25,000 from two career starts, both in California and both in the five weeks before the Plate. A year later he would retire as the richest Canadian-bred in history with earnings of more than $4.3 million. Read More

 

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