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Rachel back at Churchill

By the time these words reach your eyes, the biggest star in American racing will be settled back in her stall at Churchill Downs.

Kentucky Oaks and Preakness winner Rachel Alexandra has been gearing down in the cool late summer/early autumn climate at Saratoga since her victory over older males in the Woodward at Saratoga and the superstar 3-year-old filly returned to trainer Steve Asmussen’s barn early Wednesday.

The pace of her life is next expected to accelerate in the near term, though no final or formal decision has been announced by majority owner Jess Jackson as to whether the Woodward was indeed the final race of her stellar 3-year-old season.  Read More

 

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