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Om Impressive in Mathis Bros. Mile

Om has a chance to be a top class turf miler next year. His victory in the Mathis Bros. Mile again verified his superiority in the West Coast 3-year-old turf division - especially at this distance - so the next task will be to tackle older horses. A winner of half of his 10 career starts - yes, including a victory over American Pharoah way back when - the son of Munnings has learned to relax and stalk, just as he did under Gary Stevens today. The Kilroe Mile next March will be his next major target,

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