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Wayne Lukas Gets Mine That Bird

The owners of 2009 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I) winner Mine That Bird have taken the son of Birdstone away from trainer Chip Woolley and shipped him to Hall of Fame conditioner D. Wayne Lukas.

Woolley, who was a popular figure on the Triple Crown trail last year when he hobbled the stable areas on crutches due to a broken leg while wearing his trademark cowboy hat, said May 19 that he was informed the previous day by owners Dr. Leonard Blach and Mark Allen that a change was in order.
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Older Comments about Wayne Lukas Gets Mine That Bird...

"just felt it was better for the horse" lol Not that the desert is a great place in the summer. I may have thought about moving N/E.
Did you read the reason for the change? Head-scratcher...
In other words, nothing will change. Why does his name still tend to evoke images of winning? May as well gone to Jack Van Berg or Beau Greely. lol
Get out the Winstrol and Equipoise, Clenbutoral etc. D. Wayne is in charge!!!!

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