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March 31, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE
Trainer Charlie Whittingham, who won the San Bernardino Handicap every other year--five times--in the 1980s, will try to start the new decade with a victory in the stake when he runs three of the six horses Sunday at Santa Anita. Whittingham's trio in the $400,000, 1 1/8-mile San Bernardino consists of Ruhlmann, Lively One and Payant. Trying to stop him will be Criminal Type, Annual Date and Stylish Winner. Ruhlmann and Lively One ran 1-2 in the race last year.
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March 31, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE
Trainer Charlie Whittingham, who won the San Bernardino Handicap every other year--five times--in the 1980s, will try to start the new decade with a victory in the stake when he runs three of the six horses Sunday at Santa Anita. Whittingham's trio in the $400,000, 1 1/8-mile San Bernardino consists of Ruhlmann, Lively One and Payant. Trying to stop him will be Criminal Type, Annual Date and Stylish Winner. Ruhlmann and Lively One ran 1-2 in the race last year.
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April 18, 1988 | BILL CHRISTINE, Times Staff Writer
Ten years later, it looks as though there has been a reincarnation of Affirmed and Alydar, those Siamese twins from the Triple Crown series in 1978. The new pair at the finish line are Alysheba and Ferdinand, but there's a hole in the theory--Alysheba is the horse who's been first to the wire lately, and he's a son of Alydar, who was seldom good enough to win the close ones against Affirmed. Maybe this particular reincarnation comes with an equalizer.
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April 18, 1988 | BILL CHRISTINE, Times Staff Writer
Ten years later, it looks as though there has been a reincarnation of Affirmed and Alydar, those Siamese twins from the Triple Crown series in 1978. The new pair at the finish line are Alysheba and Ferdinand, but there's a hole in the theory--Alysheba is the horse who's been first to the wire lately, and he's a son of Alydar, who was seldom good enough to win the close ones against Affirmed. Maybe this particular reincarnation comes with an equalizer.
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