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The world has yet to be given the details of the Democrats 'come-home crusade.
The other Vipers of the squadron were obeying the come-home order and were flocking back to Galactica.
The main concern with Super Saver is the slow come-home time from his last race; horses usually don't crawl in their final quarter mile in their last Derby prep and then win the roses at 10 furlongs.
He's always been well regarded and loved his inner splits of: 23 3/5 quarters and solid come-home time, doing it with relative ease.
As part of its once-robust marketing program, Monaco hosted two company-sponsored rallies each year, known as "come-home" rallies, attended by 550 to 800 owners of Monaco coaches and its other brands, Holiday Rambler, Beaver and Safari.