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Saratoga: Honoring Clifford was long overdue

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There’s little more Clifford could have done. He missed the board twice in 62 starts, then retired and was sold to sire talented homebreds for Hurricana Farm in Amsterdam — renamed Sanford Stud Farm in the 1930s. His career on and off the track made him a natural choice for induction to the National Museum of Racing’s Hall of Fame. The museum’s Historic Review Committee named Clifford and jockey Lloyd Hughes to the Hall this ...


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