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'Poppet' Pitts paying close attention to Alwaysmining, bred and foaled on her Fallston farm, at Preakness

'Poppet' Pitts paying close attention to Alwaysmining, bred and foaled on her Fallston farm, at Preakness

When Alwaysmining enters the starting gate for Saturday’s 144th running of The Preakness Stakes at historic Pimlico Racecourse, Harford County horsewoman Avla “Poppet” Robinson Pitts will be paying closer attention than most. The reason? Alwaysmining was bred by Pitts and foaled at her Fallston farm.

Alwaysmining is now owned by Caroline and Grey Bentley of Runnymede Racing. He finished third, fourth (twice) and seventh in his first four starts before finishing first in his last six consecutive times out of the gate. His most recent victory in the April 20 Federico Tesio Stakes earned him his Preakness slot. He has been training at Cecil County’s Fair Hill Training Center under...

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