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May 17, 2016 6:11 PM

Baffert’s Preakness contender Collected keeping Speedway Stable on fast track

Son of City Zip set to become first Triple Crown starter for owners

Trainer Baffert seeking record-tying seventh win in middle leg of the Triple Crown

Less than two years after buying first horses, Speedway has multiple stakes winners

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