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Two important classic races were decided in America on Saturday, the Aqueduct 50.000 dollars at New York and the Arlington Classic at Chicago. In the former, Wildlife, which had run second to Pavot in the Preakness, took the honours, Pavot being the last to finish in a field of six runners. Pot o* Luck, which had run second in the Kentucky Derby, was the winner of the Arlington. Wildlife is a three-year-old by imported Easton from Invoke, by Teddy (imp.). As a two-year-old he had only two minor placings in stakes races to his credit. Pot o' Luck is a product of Chance Play (by Hastings) from Potheen, by Wildair (by Broomstick). Last season Pot o' Luck won the Champagne .Stakes and the Pimlico Futurity. He was also second in the Endurance Handicap. '•'<'•:

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AMERICAN CLASSICS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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AMERICAN CLASSICS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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