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“Trainer: Tom Amoss (Backtalk his second Derby starter).”
“Amoss took on Mango Racing and was charged with finding their first horse to claim.”
“After a couple of false starts, Amoss' eye lighted upon Pulaski County and he made the claim for $50,000.”
“The Saints' connections were familiar with Tom Amoss who had visited the Saints' training camp.”
“Pulaski County was a steady performer for Last Mango and gave the partnership their first taste of the big time when Bensel persuaded trainer Amoss to run him in an allowance on 2008 Kentucky Oaks day.”
“According to Bensel, the claim prompted a call from Ron Jaworski to Amoss all fired up that he had just claimed a Polish horse.”
“Donovan never responded to the suggestion that the tycoon might have to be murdered, but before he left the office for his dinner party on March 10, he read an interesting cable from Amoss: Canaris had delivered a message through his intermediaries that he wanted to meet the OSS agent in a neutral country.”
“It therefore appears that the closest the OSS ever got to a direct contact with Canaris was through Amoss and even that never occurred.”
“Amoss assumed it was because Hitler had sacked Canaris, as the press was reporting.”
“Ulius Amoss was a hyperactive Army Air Force officer with a conspiratorial bent who had spent twenty-one years traveling in and out of Greece before he transferred to the OSS.”
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