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Trainer Walther Solis has reason to be optimistic about freshman sire Time to Get Even.

Solis, who owns 25 per cent of the stallion, trained two of his offspring for first-out victories this meeting. Time for a Hug, a colt, won the first juvenile race of the Spring/Summer season April 26 and Time for Angie, a filly, was an easy winner May 3.

“He only covered a few mares last year,” said Solis. “He has a lot more this year. The two that won look very similar and they both look like their dad.”

 

 

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