March292013

"After his retirement, he was cantered each day, going down the back roads and lanes of Lexington.  First Clyde Gordon rode him, then John Buckner, Miss Daingerfield’s stud groom.
He never got lazy and fat. He’d run like a colt when he was turned loose in his paddock.”

"After his retirement, he was cantered each day, going down the back roads and lanes of Lexington.  First Clyde Gordon rode him, then John Buckner, Miss Daingerfield’s stud groom.

He never got lazy and fat. He’d run like a colt when he was turned loose in his paddock.”

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