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Super Saver Isn't Scaring Anyone Off for the Preakness

Super Saver is Baltimore-bound to pursue the second jewel of the Triple Crown, the Preakness Stakes. It appears he is going to have a lot of company on May 15, as the trainers of several Derby runners indicated they wanted another shot at the colt. The Kentucky Oaks champion, Blind Luck... Read More

 

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Nowhere in the world is a young horse asked to run on such a lousy racing surface when it's wet. It can't be compared to anything i know of and is cruel to the horses. The only horseman I saw all day was Calvin Borel.

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