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Too Early To Be A Contender?

It's January, and it's snowing, so if you think it's too early to be talking about Kentucky Derby contenders (it is), then it is definitely too early to be talking about Queen's Plate contenders - - a race that was held on the 4th of July in 2010.

However, as I kept an eye on the encouraging Gulfstream meet on Friday, I was surprised to watch a rather inexpensive Ontario-bred rush to the lead and keep on running to win by more than two lengths in a one-mile $51,500 allowance event. That colt, Black N Beauty, a three-year-old Ontario-bred by Devil His Due just might have earned himself a shot at the G3 Holy Bull..
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