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Very interesting and well-written. Uncovered a lot of misconceptions that I had about schooling the babies at the starting gate and training all horses to get out of that gate in a hurry. I had been following the horses closely for about seven or eight years and whenever a horse broke through the gate prematurely I would announce to everyone that this horse had absolutely no chance of winning the race. I had never seen it happen. Strangely enough, the first time I saw it happen was in 1981 when New York Bred Fio Rito upset the Whitney at Saratoga. Up until then, New York Breds were not known for winning Grade I stakes, or any graded stakes at all for that matter.
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