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I’m going to be honest… I don’t think I could have possibly taken a more fitting, symbolical “win photo” than this one of Cross Traffic in the Whitney (I). Pure poetry right here. (Photo by Dawna Wood/The Galloping Hat Rack)

I’m going to be honest… I don’t think I could have possibly taken a more fitting, symbolical “win photo” than this one of Cross Traffic in the Whitney (I). Pure poetry right here. (Photo by Dawna Wood/The Galloping Hat Rack)

Flat Out and Rosie Napravnik ride to the Whitney post (Photo by Dawna Wood/GallopingHatRack.com)

Flat Out and Rosie Napravnik ride to the Whitney post (Photo by Dawna Wood/GallopingHatRack.com)

Screw the Super Bowl! Game On Dude and Chantal Sutherland return to the races in Sunday’s San Antonio Stakes (II). I’m also wondering if rival Tres Borrachos will jump back into his usual style in that race, so let’s see what happens.

Screw the Super Bowl! Game On Dude and Chantal Sutherland return to the races in Sunday’s San Antonio Stakes (II). I’m also wondering if rival Tres Borrachos will jump back into his usual style in that race, so let’s see what happens.

Dialed In

Dialed In

Temporary Saint (Awesome Again x No Foul Play, by Great Gladiator)

Temporary Saint (Awesome Again x No Foul Play, by Great Gladiator)

He loves to go out on the racetrack and stand and watch. Even when he was training, he’d stand there forever if you’d let him before he galloped. So there is a possibility we could do something like that with him, because he does love the racetrack life.

Trainer Ian Black of multiple-Grade I winning gelding Rahy’s Attorney becoming a track pony after he recuperates. The 8-year-old gelding had a minor leg injury following his runner-up finish in the Sword Dancer Invitational (I) and was decidedly retired for it due to his age.

Smarty Jones and his lead pony Butterscotch made headlines together during the 2004 Triple Crown races.

Smarty Jones and his lead pony Butterscotch made headlines together during the 2004 Triple Crown races.

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