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•Horatio Luro, successful Thoroughbred trainer, on why he will not train his wife's horses: "When you train a horse for a lady, sometimes it loses. So you make excuses. You can call the lady by phone and explain....
May 25, 1964 | Whitney Tower
After Northern Dancer's brilliant victory in the Preakness, three happy men hold the trophies that signify capture of the second jewel in racing's Triple Crown—and look ahead to the contest for the third, the Belmont...
May 11, 1964 | Whitney Tower
It was a day to drown in mint juleps, not drink them. At exactly 4:33 p.m. last Saturday a gutsy little colt named Northern Dancer fought his way across the finish line at Churchill Downs to win the 90th running of...
May 04, 1964 | Alfred Wright
The man who trains Northern Dancer, Señor Horatio Luro, cuts a splendid figure around the track. Well over 6 feet tall, he dresses in the tweedy elegance of European aristocracy, often with the added fillip of shirts...
June 08, 1981 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Butch Alder, Purdue football player, when asked how his conversion in spring practice from linebacker to center was going: "It's a snap."