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“In this wise the young adventurer, who has been dubbed "the most picturesque figure in American literature," pursued the law-abiding domesticity he had calculated so nicely as his duty to himself, his work, and society; while I, like Masefield's "Young April on a bloodhorse with a roving eye," rode merrily upon my own dutiful, dancing, musical way that seemed all-sufficient to my needs, unheedful of the future.”
“The first time I rode him, I won on the lead, but in the last race, I took him back and learned a lot about him.www. bloodhorse.com”
“She is three-for-three in 2009 and eight-for-eight at the distance.www. bloodhorse.com Drag to Playlist”
“She sold that farm to Buddy Jacobs, nephew of trainer Hirsch Jacobs, but continued to operate Hobby Horse Farms near Tryon, N.C. FREE e-newsletters from bloodhorse. com.”
“She was cutting back to 1 1/16 miles for the Ruffian and turned in a big effort under Alan Garcia at odds of 4-1.www. bloodhorse.com”
“I'm also linking one of the articles that explains the difficulty in drawing conclusions from the statistics compiled on the safety of dirt vs. synthetic tracks.cs. bloodhorse.com/.../cooperation-breakdown-by-eric-mitchell. aspx”
“The Adirondack victory was worth $90000.www. bloodhorse.com”
“Because of the dispute, the Maryland THA has not exercised its consent right granted to it by the federal Interstate Horseracing Act. FREE e-newsletters from bloodhorse. com.”
“Golden Gates Fields is not in any immediate danger of being closed and could possibly remain a racing operation indefinitely, a leading official with MI Developments said March bloodhorse. com article discussing plans for assets MID might acquire from its bankrupt subsidiary, Magna Entertainment Corp.,”
“The colt was purchased from Paul Saylor, who bought him for $100,000 at a breeders 'sale in March, according to bloodhorse. com.”
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