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Bruised foot sends Uncaptured off schedule for ‘Derby’

With single digit temperatures calling the Eastern Panhandle home

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Glorious Song was first Canadian millionaire

A thoroughbred racing rarity was the rangy bay filly/mare

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Manila raced for owner, history

Thoroughbred breeder Eduardo Cojuangco was tied to the Ferdinand

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Montano gets Eclipse award

Charles Town’s leading rider, Jose Montano, established an incredible

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Princes, paupers alike rallied

He was small and not much on looks. And for

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From Kentucky to Japan, Paradise Creek became world traveler

Paradise Creek led an interesting life. His early days were

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Secretariat’s son Risen Star was himself a ‘star’

Secretariat ran off and left them on the race

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Raised in Upperville, Bowl of Flowers achieved U.S. Hall of Fame status

Fences were even and had just been repaired and

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Best of the Breeders’ Cup Turf contests came from Conduit

The fastest times ever run in any of the Breeders’

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A quality on-track career, personable ways characterized Princess Rooney

After being pensioned as a broodmare, the even-keel disposition of

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