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To Honor and Serve tunes up for Woodward

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Grade I Cigar Mile winner To Honor and Serve worked four furlongs in 49.83 seconds on the Oklahoma training track on Monday in preparation for Saturday’s Grade I Woodward. After reeling off four wins in five starts, including the $1 million Pennsylvania Derby and Cigar Mile Handicap, To Honor and Serve finished third to Shackleford in the Grade I Met Mile and fourth to Mucho Macho Man in the Grade II Suburban Handicap, both times ...

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