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KYSS to Lex Legend

September 26, 2004

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Lexington Legend, a 2-year-old colt by Jate Lobell, slipped up the rail in the homestretch to win a $95,000 Kentucky Sire Stakes final at The Red Mile Saturday night. Daniel Dube drove the colt for owners James Jesk and Cynthia Willis. Nelson Willis trains the colt.

Alloveramerica, who won an elim for the final the previous week, finished second while Michael's Marvel, who cut some of the pace, finished third.
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