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Pair Of Dutrow Horses Allowed To Race In Ky.

Published: April 14, 2011 3:47 pm ET

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A day after having his application to train horses in the state of Kentucky denied, a pair of Rick Dutrow-trained horses has gained the legal right to run in Grade 1 stakes at Keeneland Race Course.

The Thoroughbred Times has reported that the connections of the IEAH Stables-owned horses Amen Hallelujah and Court Vision had launched legal action in regard to the fact that the horses would not be able to perform in their scheduled races due to Dutrow not being granted a license.

The article states that a 'restraining order' was subsequently granted.

(With files from the Thoroughbred Times)

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