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Barbaro's last race

May 23, 2006

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ANYONE WHO read the book ``Seabiscuit" or saw the movie may understand the deep appeal thoroughbred racing once had in America -- and still has for a great number of people. The enchantment of the sport is not easily analyzed. It has an aesthetic component but, unlike a poem or a painting, a memorable race contested by great horses exists ... (Full article: 462 words)

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