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November 4, 1994 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
During the summer of 1992, Seth Hancock of Claiborne Farm stopped by trainer Shug McGaughey's barn at Belmont Park. "I've looked at all your horses," Hancock said. "They all look fine except Lure. He looks horrible. What's the matter?" "I don't know," Shug shrugged. Sired by the fancy stallion Danzig, Lure was projected by Claiborne as the next Swale, who had won the Kentucky Derby and the Belmont Stakes for the Paris, Ky., farm in 1984.
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November 4, 1994 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
During the summer of 1992, Seth Hancock of Claiborne Farm stopped by trainer Shug McGaughey's barn at Belmont Park. "I've looked at all your horses," Hancock said. "They all look fine except Lure. He looks horrible. What's the matter?" "I don't know," Shug shrugged. Sired by the fancy stallion Danzig, Lure was projected by Claiborne as the next Swale, who had won the Kentucky Derby and the Belmont Stakes for the Paris, Ky., farm in 1984.
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February 11, 1994 | BILL CHRISTINE
A not-so-funny thing happened to Kotashaan on his way to the 1993 horse-of-the-year title. The French-bred horse almost blew the election. What looked like a shoo-in for Kotashaan turned into a tight vote. In balloting for the divisional awards, Kotashaan swept to the male grass title, receiving the support of all three voting groups while outpolling Lure, 150-107.
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