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World champion filly to start in Delvin Miller elims

July 01, 2008
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Snow White co-owner Curtis Larrimore reported Tuesday morning that the 3-year-old filly trotter came out of last Friday’s Coaching Club Trotting Oaks at the Meadowlands healthy after making a break on the lead down the backstretch and that she has been entered in this weekend’s Delvin Miller Memorial eliminations. The filly underwent throat surgery earlier this year to correct a breathing problem but Larrimore said her miscue was not related.

 
“She’s not sick; everything is good there,” Larrimore told harnessracing.com. “John (Campbell) said she just wasn’t getting her footing on the track; she was slipping. John said the track was a little rough that night and she never seemed to settle.
 
“So she has new shoes for (the Miller elims) Friday night, and Kevin (trainer Kevin Lare) has added some borium on,” he added.
 
As for any possible start for Snow White against the colts in the upcoming Hambletonian, Larrimore answered, “I don’t know. I just want to get her back racing and make her comfortable, that’s our main concern.”
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