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Re: Historical PPs -- Boy is the game different than it used to be..... (199 Views)
Posted by: BB (IP Logged)
Date: March 24, 2020 09:40PM

Didn't mean it as fact-check, just curious and love these stories.

The one that sticks with me was a September (1991) 2YO, second-time starter for Woody Stephens named Onlooker. Not a sheets play, but won a maiden special by 10 and paid $39.80. Still remember that sweet feeling of being the only one in my section of the Belmont grandstand cheering him on. I was hooked.



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