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Shortening up in New York

It was a slow week for racing nationally, with Belmont Park hosting the weekend's only Grade I race, the Mother Goose Stakes.

Devil May Care, last seen running 10th in the Kentucky Derby, was odds-on to defeat what appeared to be four outclassed rivals. She did so with ease, covering the 8½ furlongs in 1 minute, 42.06 seconds with minimum encouragement from jockey John Velazquez.
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