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Rapid Redux Entered at Laurel Park Dec 13

Rapid Redux, who set a record for horse based in the continental United States with his 20th consecutive victory last month at Mountaineer Racetrack, will take aim at another record Tuesday at Laurel Park.


The 5-year-old Rapid Redux, trained by David Wells and owned by Robert Cole, will go for his 19th win of 2011 in Tuesday’s sixth race at Laurel, a starter allowance for horses who have run for a claiming price of $5,000 or less the past two seasons. The 1 1/16-mile race drew six other runners, including Zosogood, a winner of three straight races at Monmouth Park since mid-October.


As part of his Triple Crown campaign in 1948, Citation won 19 races, matching the single-season total by the Hall of Famer Roseben as a 4-year-old in 1905. Rapid Redux can tie that post 19th-century mark for a Thoroughbred based in the continental United States.

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Older Comments about Rapid Redux Entered at Laurel Park Dec 13...

this oen reminds me of the movie Rocky when the manager made sure that the compeition was "hand picked" to make him look better than he was.
I appriciate what he has done, but in no way does he compare to Citation.
Good luck RR!
Even thou it is difficult to run against unknown horse and win day in and day out. I still feel that his horse lack the creditably of running against Graded horse and should be mention with the greats of Citation and etc...
Go, Big Guy, and the force be with you.

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