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Long-shots believe there's a way to upset the 'big three'
Long-shots believe there's a way to upset the 'big three'

With so much of the focus leading up to Saturday’s Preakness on the “big three” horses — American Pharoah, Firing Line, and Dortmund — trainers of the other contending horses are quick to acknowledge their quality without laying the Black-Eyed Susan wreath on one of them before the race even begins. “One of the things that compromises everybody in this race, other than maybe two horses is that the style of five or six of these horses is really the same,” D. Wayne Lukas, trainer for Mr. Z, said. “You could see all of these horses coming together, and it might get into a trip race — who gets the best trip? — and it might...

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