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Summer Bird Almost Ready to Work

With all the hoopla surrounding Zenyatta and Rachel at the end of 2009, and the Triple Crown occupying our thoughts for the first few months of this year, it’s been easy to forget about Summer Bird. Out of sight, out of mind.

The champion 3-year-old male from 2009 has been galloping regularly at Delaware Park and is only a couple of weeks from recording his first breeze of the season, Tim Ritchey said May 15... Read More

 

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