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1994 Woodward Stakes (G1)

Date/Track:
9/17/1994, Belmont Park
Distance:
1 1/8 m (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3+ M
Time:
1:46.80

What the Nation is saying about the 1994 Woodward Stakes (G1)...

Laurie Ross looks back at the career and legacy of Holy Bull.Read More
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  • travel_vic · Croll is/was a class act. Housbuster's trainer was he not? 22: 15-2-1 · 727 days ago ·
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  • cigar161 · One of my not so memorable, yet incredibly memorable days was The Haskell in 94...My X had a mount in the Tyro Stakes that he was high on, and although I was excited for him, my true excitement was seeing the best horse in the land, Holy Bull, run. But in his earlier race, my X got run off with, and then dumped. Needless to say when he walked out of the room the last thing he wanted to do was stay like 5 races for the Haskell. Whew we had it out. He told me to find my own way home (3 hours), and I told him fine, but find a good divorce attorney once he got home...You pick your battles in a marriage, this was one of mine...It was wonderful to see a Champ run.. :) · 726 days ago ·
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