Santa Ynez Stretch Run
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Trainer Buff Bradley revealed Monday that he isn't happy with how champion female sprinter Groupie Doll (Bowman's Band) has been training since shipping to Gulfstream, but Kathy Ritvo dispatched a positive bulletin regarding the condition of Mucho Macho Man (Macho Uno), who returned to the track Monday morning for the first time since being eased in the Florida Sunshine Millions Classic Saturday... TDN columnist Andrew Caulfield examines the pedigree of Sunday's GII La Canada S. winner More Chocolate (Malibu Moon), focusing particularly on her sire's potential claim of being "A.P. Indy's most accomplished living stallion son."... Plus Bill Finley takes a look at the progress made at NYRA since the Reorganization Board took over, and Doug Thomson profiles what he deems to be the best racetracks in Europe. Download today's TDN
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