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May 4, 1990 | JIM MURRAY
It's a Derby that has something for everybody. There's a horse in here who has never won. There's a horse who has never lost. And there are a lot in between who have done plenty of both. But what makes it unique is, there's a horse in here who cost his owners only $1,500. It's a success story not even Horatio Alger would touch. If Silver Ending wins the Derby, not a longshot by any means, it will be the most electrifying rags-to-riches scam since the Brink's robbery.
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May 4, 1990 | JIM MURRAY
It's a Derby that has something for everybody. There's a horse in here who has never won. There's a horse who has never lost. And there are a lot in between who have done plenty of both. But what makes it unique is, there's a horse in here who cost his owners only $1,500. It's a success story not even Horatio Alger would touch. If Silver Ending wins the Derby, not a longshot by any means, it will be the most electrifying rags-to-riches scam since the Brink's robbery.
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May 4, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The post-position draw brought out some contradictions for the 116th Kentucky Derby, which will be run Saturday at Churchill Downs. Undefeated Mister Frisky, who with 16 victories has the longest streak of any starter in Derby history, seemed to get a better spot than Summer Squall, yet Mike Battaglia, the line maker for Churchill Downs, stayed with his original thinking and made Summer Squall the 7-5 favorite.
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May 4, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The post-position draw brought out some contradictions for the 116th Kentucky Derby, which will be run Saturday at Churchill Downs. Undefeated Mister Frisky, who with 16 victories has the longest streak of any starter in Derby history, seemed to get a better spot than Summer Squall, yet Mike Battaglia, the line maker for Churchill Downs, stayed with his original thinking and made Summer Squall the 7-5 favorite.
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