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Winstar's TC Hopes at 4 with Drosselmeyer

On a weekend that was virtually devoid of Triple Crown-prep stakes events, the horse that drew most attention as a classic prospect was Drosselmeyer, who’d been on the radar as a bright prospect since winning a Churchill Downs maiden by six lengths in November. Returning nearly 11 weeks later for a nine-furlong Gulfstream Park allowance, Drosselmeyer handled the step up in class and distance with aplomb, drawing away late for a 1 3/4-lengths victory. Read More

 

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