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Ask Wayne Lukas if you want to know how to win the Preakness

If you want to know about the Preakness, especially if you want to know how to win the race, there’s only one person to ask. And there he was sitting by himself early Friday morning in a plastic chair on the shedrow of the stakes barn at Pimlico Race Course. The familiar cowboy hat was perched...
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