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The cream rises to the top

Following a turbulent spring in which the 3-year-old division never really sorted itself out the way many of us had hoped – this Saturday provided an opportunity to establish a firm sense of where hings stood among the ranks of older females and males. Defending Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra... Read More

 

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Good article. Rachel is back!! We were there Saturday and what a thrill it was! Your comment ''Rachel seemed to remember who she was'' reminded me of my 11-year-old grandson's comment as Rachel pulled ahead and came towards the finish line ''Look how she's looking at the crowd - she knows she's winning!''. LOL

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