Horses

March 28, 2016 12:48 PM

Champion Tepin likely for Grade I Jenny Wiley at Keeneland

Trainer Casse leaning towards 1 1/16 miles race rather than facing males in Grade I Maker’s 46 Mile

Daughter of Bernstein handled added distance in winning Endeavour, Hillsborough Stakes

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