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Under Armour CEO has vision for horse racing

Updated: May 17, 2013, 3:59 PM ET
By Amy Rosewater | Special to espnW.com

GLYNDON, Md. -- When Kevin Plank first set foot on Sagamore Farm about seven years ago, the 530-acre tract of land looked nothing like it once had -- in its glory days when Alfred Vanderbilt Jr. ran things in the 1930s.

Back then, Vanderbilt (yes, that Vanderbilt family) developed the farm into one of the pre-eminent horse racing farms, and in 1953, one of its horses, Native Dancer, won the Preakness Stakes and the Belmont Stakes. The following year, Native Dancer graced the ...

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