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May 1, 1999 | NORA ZAMICHOW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Capsized pranced nervously but entered the gate calmly, fourth from the rail for the 62nd running of the Santa Anita Derby. Sitting lightly upon Capsized, 113-pound Alex Solis felt his adrenaline pumping. Just before the gate burst open, there was a split second of stillness that exploded into the cacophony of charging horses and shouting jockeys. Hooves pounded. Dirt flew. Eight horses surged forward, with High Wire Act and Honest Lady pressing to the front.
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May 1, 1999 | NORA ZAMICHOW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Capsized pranced nervously but entered the gate calmly, fourth from the rail for the 62nd running of the Santa Anita Derby. Sitting lightly upon Capsized, 113-pound Alex Solis felt his adrenaline pumping. Just before the gate burst open, there was a split second of stillness that exploded into the cacophony of charging horses and shouting jockeys. Hooves pounded. Dirt flew. Eight horses surged forward, with High Wire Act and Honest Lady pressing to the front.
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