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So Lonesome 'turns corner' in Albany

Making their way to the finish line, So Lonesome, with jockey Jose Lezcano up, wins the Albany Stakes at Saratoga Race Course on Sunday afternoon.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Making their way to the finish line, So Lonesome, with jockey Jose Lezcano up, wins the Albany Stakes at Saratoga Race Course on Sunday afternoon.
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So Lonesome had seven horses trying to make his acquaintance, if only he would have looked behind him. The Tom Bush-trained son of Awesome Again, So Lonesome ran away with the $250,000 Albany, a 1 1⁄8-mile dirt race for New York-bred 3-year-olds. It was the highlight of the Saratoga Showcase, a day in which all 11 races were for state-bred horses and there were six stakes. Bush brought So Lonesome back to dirt after running ...


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