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.@WoodbineTB Race 6 features the debut of 2-year-old #1 Mine That Star, a $775K yearling purchase by Pioneerof the Nile & ½-brother to Kentucky Derby winner Mine That Bird & Pacific Classic winner Dullahan. Watch live with @TVGJoaquin reporting live on-site @TVG! 10 MTP.pic.twitter.com/VRuLJxUtl2

. @WoodbineTB Race 6 features the debut of 2-year-old #1 Mine That Star, a $775K yearling purchase by Pioneerof the Nile & ½-brother to Kentucky Derby winner Mine That Bird & Pacific Classic winner Dullahan. Watch live with @TVGJoaquin reporting…
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.@WoodbineTB Race 6 features the debut of 2-year-old #1 Mine That Star, a $775K yearling purchase by Pioneerof the Nile & ½-brother to Kentucky Derby winner Mine That Bird & Pacific Classic winner Dullahan. Watch live with @TVGJoaquin reporting live on-site @TVG! 10 MTP.pic.twitter.com/VRuLJxUtl2

. @WoodbineTB Race 6 features the debut of 2-year-old #1 Mine That Star, a $775K yearling purchase by Pioneerof the Nile & ½-brother to Kentucky Derby winner Mine That Bird & Pacific Classic winner Dullahan. Watch live with @TVGJoaquin reporting…
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Fact 4: The Clark Handicap was first run in 1875, making it as old as the Kentucky Derby and Oaks. The 145th running of the Clark Handicap is November 29th. Find more at http://TrackFacts.com pic.twitter.com/Bp1EQtKkeq

Fact 4: The Clark Handicap was first run in 1875, making it as old as the Kentucky Derby and Oaks. The 145th running of the Clark Handicap is November 29th. Find more at http://TrackFacts.com  pic.twitter.com/Bp1EQtKkeq 0
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Fact 4: The Clark Handicap was first run in 1875, making it as old as the Kentucky Derby and Oaks. The 145th running of the Clark Handicap is November 29th. Find more at http://TrackFacts.com pic.twitter.com/Bp1EQtKkeq

Fact 4: The Clark Handicap was first run in 1875, making it as old as the Kentucky Derby and Oaks. The 145th running of the Clark Handicap is November 29th. Find more at http://TrackFacts.com  pic.twitter.com/Bp1EQtKkeq 0
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Fact 4: The Clark Handicap was first run in 1875, making it as old as the Kentucky Derby and Oaks. The 145th running of the Clark Handicap is November 29th. Find more at http://TrackFacts.com pic.twitter.com/Bp1EQtKkeq

Fact 4: The Clark Handicap was first run in 1875, making it as old as the Kentucky Derby and Oaks. The 145th running of the Clark Handicap is November 29th. Find more at http://TrackFacts.com  pic.twitter.com/Bp1EQtKkeq 0
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Kentucky Derby Winner Animal Kingdom Relocated To Japan For 2020 Breeding Season

Animal Kingdom, the winner of the 2011 Kentucky Derby, will move to the Japan Bloodhorse Breeders’ Association’s stallion operation for the 2020 breeding season, Thoroughbred Daily News reports. The 11-year-old son of Leroidesanimaux has resided at Darley‘s Jonabell Farm location…
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Kentucky Derby Winner Animal Kingdom Relocated To Japan For 2020 Breeding Season

Animal Kingdom, the winner of the 2011 Kentucky Derby, will move to the Japan Bloodhorse Breeders’ Association’s stallion operation for the 2020 breeding season, Thoroughbred Daily News reports. The 11-year-old son of Leroidesanimaux has resided at Darley‘s Jonabell Farm location…
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Kentucky Derby Winner Animal Kingdom Relocated To Japan For 2020 Breeding Season

Animal Kingdom, the winner of the 2011 Kentucky Derby, will move to the Japan Bloodhorse Breeders’ Association’s stallion operation for the 2020 breeding season, Thoroughbred Daily News reports. The 11-year-old son of Leroidesanimaux has resided at Darley‘s Jonabell Farm location…
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Kentucky Derby Winner Animal Kingdom Relocated To Japan For 2020 Breeding Season

Animal Kingdom, the winner of the 2011 Kentucky Derby, will move to the Japan Bloodhorse Breeders’ Association’s stallion operation for the 2020 breeding season, Thoroughbred Daily News reports. The 11-year-old son of Leroidesanimaux has resided at Darley‘s Jonabell Farm location…
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Kentucky Derby Winner Animal Kingdom Relocated To Japan For 2020 Breeding Season

Animal Kingdom, the winner of the 2011 Kentucky Derby, will move to the Japan Bloodhorse Breeders’ Association’s stallion operation for the 2020 breeding season, Thoroughbred Daily News reports. The 11-year-old son of Leroidesanimaux has resided at Darley‘s Jonabell Farm location…
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