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Sunday Silence Wins Preakness by Nose

By STEVEN CRIST, SPECIAL TO THE NEW YORK TIMES Published: May 21, 1989 LEAD: Sunday Silence, who raised more questions than he answered when he beat Easy Goer by two and a half lengths in the Kentucky Derby two weeks ago, proved himself a worthy Triple Crown contender today by winning the 114th and closest Preakness Stakes ever at Pimlico Race Course. The blackish colt from California raced head and head with Easy Read More

 

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