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SEARCHING FOR THE TRUTH ON DOUG O’NEILL

Doug O’Neill was riding high last Friday night. Wickedly Perfect, a filly he trains for the partnership of Peter Moehrke, JR Ranch, and STD Racing Stable, had just won Del Mar’s Grade 3 Sorrento Stakes, and O’Neill was getting primed to groove to the tunes of the B-52s, ... Read More

 

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