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2010 Lone Star Derby (G3)

Date/Track:
5/8/2010, Lone Star Park
Distance:
1 1/16 m (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3 M
Time:
1:44.61

What the Nation is saying about the 2010 Lone Star Derby (G3)...

The $200,000 Lone Star Derby is going green. The race will be run on turf for the first time next year as part of a 19-race, $2.1 million stakes schedule that was released by Lone Star Park officials Wednesday. The meet will begin April 14. The Lone Star Derby, which lost its Grade 3 status for 2011...Read More
  • arazi · It's a shame that the industry can't get it's act together in Texas, which could be a nice asset to the national industry. Lone Star has one of the best attendances in the country outside of Saratoga/Del Mar/Keeneland, but bettors don't every care much about the simulcast product. Personally, I think one of the problems is that Lone Star can't decide whether it's a night track or a day track. · 1215 days ago ·
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