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Stepping up in the San Felipe

Back in 2007, Tiz Wonderful looked like the perfect Kentucky Derby prospect. He had speed, he had size and he had a stride that seemed to stretch to the horizon. His trainer, Steve Asmussen, loved the colt. He took pride in all those training titles he had won, but Asmussen would also point out that he didn't train horses to win titles. He trained horses so that he might have one like this, a horse such as this Tiz Wonderful, to lead into the paddock at Churchill Downs on the first Saturday in May.


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