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Saratoga Race Course: To Honor and Serve impressive in Woodward

To Honor and Serve, with jockey John Velazquez, right, and Mucho Mucho Man, with jockey Mike Smith, left, fight for the lead coming down the final stretch of the 59th Running of the Woodward Grade I stakes race at Saratoga Race Course on Saturday, September 1, 2012. To Honor and Serve went on to win the race.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
To Honor and Serve, with jockey John Velazquez, right, and Mucho Mucho Man, with jockey Mike Smith, left, fight for the lead coming down the final stretch of the 59th Running of the Woodward Grade I stakes race at Saratoga Race Course on Saturday, September 1, 2012. To Honor and Serve went on to win the race.
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Seems like everyone’s been waiting for To Honor and Serve. On Saturday, he waited for his old buddy, Mucho Macho Man. It was worth it. The 4-year-old son of Bernardini who showed such promise as a juvenile two years ago, but missed the entire Triple Crown series last year, finally reached full bloom, holding off Mucho Macho Man by a neck in the Grade I Woodward before 22,475 at Saratoga Race Course. Granted, To Honor ...


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