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TEMPERENCE HILL: Upset Belmont Win for an Unknown Colt

By HP-Time.com Monday, Jun. 16, 1980 Ridden brilliantly by Jockey Eddie Maple, Temperence Hill hung just behind the competition through the first turn and backstretch, easing into fourth place as the horses worked their way into the clubhouse turn. Driving around on the outside, Maple moved the colt into third at the head of the stretch, while Genuine Risk fired into the lead. Read More

 

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