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Rachel may need this one

More than six months have passed since Calvin Borel last got that feeling -- whatever that feeling is a human being gets from sitting on the back of Rachel Alexandra during a horse race. If racing fans are itching to see Rachel, the 2009 Horse of the Year, make her first start since the Sept. 5 Woodward Stakes, just think how ready Borel must be. Read More

 

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Older Comments about Rachel may need this one...

Absolutely agree with Arrrgy. Steve A. has been saying RA wasn't fit, but JJ made the final call. JJ almost killed RA last year, and he expects her to bounce back without proper training after what she was put through with the grueling campaign she successfully handled as a 3yr old!!! Poor Rachel..
Training, equipment change, Lack of works and lead switch problems say yes. If she was mine, she wouldn't run for another month.

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