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6 Comments on "The Horse for the Course: How General Assembly Set His Track Record in the Travers"

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And then came Arrogate…

Mary Perdue

Loved this….insightful and enlightening. Shows how different Saratoga surface is and a good reminder of what often happens to greats late in the season. Relevant to this years,season too.

JJ the TV Watcher

Chills! I had no idea that General Assembly set that record on a sloppy track. Mad respect for him. Yes, the daddy genes must have kicked in.


Hi Keeler I dont know what happened on BH your thread closed down