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January 31, 2015 5:07 PM

Triple Crown nominees increase again despite shrinking foal crop

The lure of the American classics continues to trump the contraction of the Thoroughbred population as a total of 429 3-year-olds make up the early nominees to compete in the 2015 Triple Crown races.

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