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Superior Storm struggles, still repeats

Even a handicap could not stop Superior Storm from winning the Louisiana Champions Day Ladies for the second year in a row. Racing over a sloppy track for which she does not care, Superior Storm stalked the pace of Miss Bean Wah, took over at the quarter pole, and went on to a 1 1/2-length victory. Vickies in Town, a 56-1 long shot, finished second, with Hisse rallying for third. Read More

 

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