Three Susquehanna Valley horses racing in Breeder’s Cup Classic
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Three Susquehanna Valley horses racing in Breeder’s Cup Classic

August 15, 2019


IT DIDN’T WORK. THE LIGHT IS BACK ON NOW. THE BIGGEST PRIZE IN THE WORLD OF HORSE RACING IS THE BREEDER’S CUP CLASSIC. IT HAPPENS EVERY FALL BRINGING THE HORSES TOGETHER FOR A FINAL SHOWDOWN. A GROUP OF THE HORSES IN THE RACE GOT ITS START HERE IN THE SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY. YOU COULDN’T PAINT A PRETTIER PLACE TO RAISE HORSES THAN IN THE HILLS IN YORK COUNTY. THEY BABY THEM AND THEY BECOME THIS WAY. THEY ARE SMART. DR. SOLOMON STARTED HERE IN 1983. HE HAS BRED THEM OF A HOME OF CHAMPIONS. THE FARM IS NEARLY 400 ACRES. 125 HORSES AND PLENTY OF OTHER ANIMALS. BUT THESE DAYS THE ATTENTION IS ON THE STALLIONS WHO ARE PRODUCING THE NEXT GENERATION OF HORSE RACING LEGENDS. HE’S A LITTLE TOUGHER THAN MOST. AT NOVEMBER’S BREEDER’S CUP CLASSIC, THREE HORSES WILL HAVE A SHOT AT THE RICHEST PRIZE. THIS IS A BIT OF A MIRACLE. HAD HAD ENTRY INTO THE BREEDER CUP CLASSIC WERE ALL WON BY PIN OAK LANE SIRES. THAT OFFSPRING WILL BE RUNNING ON INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION. THE STALLIONS WILL BE HAVING A NICE QUIET DAY ON THE FARM. EAT WELL, YOU GET SPECIAL CARE. THEY EAT THEIR BREAKFAST AND GO OUT FOR MOST TO THE DAY. HE KNOWS WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A CHAMPION. ONE IS THE PEDIGREE AND THE ATHLETIC APPEARANCE. THE SAME AS ANY OTHER ATHLETE. IT DOESN’T HURT IF YOU’RE BORN IN THESE BARNS. IN YORK COUNTY, MIKE STRAUB, NEWS 8. THE THREE OF THEM ARE

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