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Two ways to honor Frankel's memory

There are two things that need to be done in the wake of Hall of Fame trainer Bobby Frankel's death last month because of lymphoma, both of which would honor a man who was among the top five trainers of all time.

No. 1 is Juddmonte Farms, which owned many of the great horses Frankel conditioned, soon should announce it will keep its stable of equine stars with Frankel's longtime assistant Humberto Ascanio.

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