Honor Code, right, trained by Shug McGaughey, held off Cairo Prince, trained by fellow Lexington native Kiaran McLaughlin, to win the $400,000 Grade II Remsen Stakes for 2-year-olds on Nov. 30 at Aqueduct. Both horses are top contenders for the 2014 Kentucky Derby.
Honor Code, right, trained by Shug McGaughey, held off Cairo Prince, trained by fellow Lexington native Kiaran McLaughlin, to win the $400,000 Grade II Remsen Stakes for 2-year-olds on Nov. 30 at Aqueduct. Both horses are top contenders for the 2014 Kentucky Derby.
Honor Code, right, trained by Shug McGaughey, held off Cairo Prince, trained by fellow Lexington native Kiaran McLaughlin, to win the $400,000 Grade II Remsen Stakes for 2-year-olds on Nov. 30 at Aqueduct. Both horses are top contenders for the 2014 Kentucky Derby.

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