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The Pamplemousse remains sidelined

Former Kentucky Derby contender The Pamplemousse remains far from returning to the races. Co-owner Alex Solis II indicated that the three-year-old may not come back until next summer.

"We were thinking he might be able to make the Strub series (during Santa Anita's winter-spring meeting), but I want to make sure he's in perfect shape when we bring him back," said Solis.

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