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2013 Fall Highweight (G3)

Date/Track:
11/28/2013, Aqueduct
Post Time:
2:42 PM ET
Distance:
6 f (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3+ M
Time:
1:09.82
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The Lumber Guy / Caixa /Sage Valley
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  • buckpasser · TV. That's the term I have always heard used for Caixa type of horse. I believe Hirsch a Jacobs used to refer to even the great Stymie that way. · 942 days ago
  • travel_vic · Old Hedly Woodhouse, one of Stymie;s regular riders, is from Vancouver, and late in his life, Jack Diamond (owner of the BC Jockey CLub) hired him to direct peopel to their seats...I reviewed his records, got to know him, and would often sneak up behind and whisper "YOU lost on Stymie." He would pretend to chase me and raised his fist...Inside joke and we laughed · 942 days ago
Nice win for Palace. Strapping Groom/Lumber Guy/ Caixa to round out the super

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