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June 6, 1994 | From Associated Press
Strodes Creek, the Kentucky Derby runner-up trained by Charlie Whittingham, was taken off the track during training for the Belmont Stakes early Sunday morning in a horse ambulance but was uninjured. Strodes Creek's exercise rider, Sonia Simmons, pulled up the 3-year-old colt during a morning gallop after she apparently thought the horse had taken a misstep. "Nothing happened that we could see. He must have stepped on something or took a bad step. The girl jumped right off," Whittingham said.
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June 6, 1994 | From Associated Press
Strodes Creek, the Kentucky Derby runner-up trained by Charlie Whittingham, was taken off the track during training for the Belmont Stakes early Sunday morning in a horse ambulance but was uninjured. Strodes Creek's exercise rider, Sonia Simmons, pulled up the 3-year-old colt during a morning gallop after she apparently thought the horse had taken a misstep. "Nothing happened that we could see. He must have stepped on something or took a bad step. The girl jumped right off," Whittingham said.
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April 9, 1994 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stop here if you've heard this story before: Arthur B. Hancock III has a young horse who was sired by Halo. Hancock thinks the colt might be sold for a decent price, but the horse is unlucky and regarded as damaged goods by potential buyers. After trying to sell the horse a couple of times, a frustrated Hancock finally decides to race him. Hancock sends the horse to trainer Charlie Whittingham in California.
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April 9, 1994 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stop here if you've heard this story before: Arthur B. Hancock III has a young horse who was sired by Halo. Hancock thinks the colt might be sold for a decent price, but the horse is unlucky and regarded as damaged goods by potential buyers. After trying to sell the horse a couple of times, a frustrated Hancock finally decides to race him. Hancock sends the horse to trainer Charlie Whittingham in California.
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