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Meet Patch the one eyed Kentucky derby contender

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He is my underdog favorite that is for sure and it would be something special if he does win and beat out the favorites, He is also owned by the famous horse farms in Kentucky, Calumet Farm's  but under new ownership the farm is finally rising back up.. http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/221334/one-eyed-patch-something-special-in-pletcher-barn?utm_source=BHFB&utm_medium=social

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