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In the thoroughbred lexicon, the Louisville, Ky.-based trainer is known as a "hardboot," a real pro who learns how to stretch every buck and do more with less, churning out a steady stream of contenders to fill out the race-day cards at tracks large and small all over the country.
When the system goes bluescreenofdeath, you gotta hardboot.
I'm trying to hardboot my brain and I can't find F12.