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The Cowboy Speaks

D. Wayne Lukas loves to bring horses to the Preakness. Once at Pimlico, the Hall of Fame trainer has a knack for making news both on and off the track. It was back in 1980 when he first made news on the track at Pimlico, rolling into Baltimore with a horse named Codex who turned out to be the first of his five Preakness winners...
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Check out how many horses that D. Wayne trained actually made it to the track at 4 other than the few he that he took over from other trainers: Steinlin or Criminal Type. Of course his worst, other than all of those euthanized on the track, was the pitiful picture of the horse of the year, Lady's Secret bolting on the far turn. Way to destroy them D. Wayne!
Now that the juicer has been exposed see how many big time owners run to have their horses crippled before they are 3 1/2.

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