Reigning Breeders' Cup Classic champ Fort Larned prepped on his home track for a defense of his title with a gate-to-wire win in the $191,275 Homecoming Classic.
Reigning Breeders' Cup Classic champ Fort Larned prepped on his home track for a defense of his title with a gate-to-wire win in the $191,275 Homecoming Classic.
Reigning Breeders' Cup Classic champ Fort Larned prepped on his home track for a defense of his title with a gate-to-wire win in the $191,275 Homecoming Classic.

Fort Larned posts workmanlike win in Homecoming Classic at Churchill

September 28, 2013 10:58 PM

UPDATED September 28, 2013 11:41 PM

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