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Wanted: Handicap Division Leader

Given how inconsistent – and yes, weak – the division has been this year, I thought that by default, Haynesfield could be the best older male in the nation before he even made his 2011 debut in Saturday’s Westchester Stakes at Belmont Park. Well, all I can say after the Westchester is, the search for the best older male in the land continues, and is turning increasingly desperate. Read More

 

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