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Video Review: A Quintet of Quality at Woodbine

An amazing weekend of horse racing at Woodbine concluded with a win by Court Vision in the Woodbine Mile. Other big winners over the weekend included Redwood in the Northern Dancer, Miss Keller in the Canadian, New Normal in the Natalma and Pluck in the Summer stakes.
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humphrey, I remember Secretariat's last race in the Patteson Canadian International very well. On the turf at Woodbine, and Kennedy Road, a great Canadian colt, was being played up as the horse that would really test Secretariat on the turf. I also remember Eddie Maple got the mount because Ron Turcotte was serving a suspension at the time. I've heard Eddie Maple remark several times in interviews through the years that getting the mount on Secretariat for the PCI was hell on his nerves. He said he was really worried that he was going to be remembered as the jockey that got Secretariat beaten in his final race. LOL. As it turned out, Secretariat handled Kennedy Road with quite a bit still in hand at the wire.
The big weekend has not happened as yet with the International coming up. This was Secreariats' final race when Eddie Maple said "that damned horse cornered so fast I nearly fell off!"

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