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One-horse stable success

Updated: July 6, 2007, 6:15 PM ET
By Bill Finley | Special to ESPN.com

Standing less than 5 feet tall and training a one-horse stable, Pete Anderson is literally and figuratively the little guy. The thing is, he's having a giant of a year.

At age 75 and in his 60th year in the sport, the former jockey is in the midst of a season he describes as one of the most rewarding and enjoyable times he has ever spent on the racetrack. It helps that his one horse is a very good horse.

Delightful Kiss probably won't win a championship or a Breeders' Cup race. He ...

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