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June 7, 2014 7:32 PM

Close Hatches beats Grade I-winning rivals in Ogden Phipps Stakes

Close Hatches got rolling late to win the Grade I Ogden Phipps Stakes at Belmont Park and earn bragging rights over distaff rivals Princess of Sylmar and Beholder.

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