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Ruthless Quotes

John Hertler, winning trainer of Indian Burn (No. 3): “The speed set up for her; she likes to close like that. She broke slowly, but Richie [Migliore] was going to be back there with her anyway. I have no idea what’s next for her – I just wanted to get through this one.”


Richard Migliore, winning jockey aboard Indian Burn (No. 3): “Terrible start, great finish.  She was just a little bit anxious in the gate. I couldn’t get her to get all four feet on the ground at once, so when they broke, she broke a half-step slow, and I got pinched.  I figured on being last early, but I just would have liked to have done it more smoothly.  But, at about the three-eighths pole, she really found her stride and I knew she was going to be very tough to beat.  She’s a real nice filly and I loved her the first time I rode her. I was out in California when she ran back and I’m just appreciative that John [Hertler] let me get her back.”

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