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The comeback codger

Cloudy's Knight and Rosemary Homemeister capture the 2009 Kentucky Cup Turf at Kentucky Downs
When Jonathan Sheppard was asked whether he wanted to take a 9-year-old who had tendon problems, hadn't run in several months and hadn't won since 2007, he was understandably reluctant. It's not that he didn't mind reclamation projects or working with older horses, but this one seemed particularly hopeless. Read More

 

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