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Big Brown rival battling hoof injury

NEW YORK (AP) - Casino Drive has a bruised hoof but there are no
plans to scratch the horse from Saturday's Belmont Stakes.
The 3-year-old colt skipped his morning workout Friday after his
trainer noticed Casino Drive wasn't walking normally.
The racing manager for the Japanese-bred colt's connections said
the left hind hoof will be treated with ice and heat. The horse may
have been injured when he stepped on a stone.
Casino Drive is the early second-choice behind Triple Crown
favorite Big Brown. The horse won his American debut at Belmont
Park on May 10, easily winning the Peter Pan Stakes.

(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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