Hurricane Sandy scrambles Breeders' Cup plans
ARCADIA, Calif. -- Hurricane Sandy scrambled the travel plans of East Coast-based horses and trainers heading to the Breeders' Cup this weekend at Santa Anita.
Seventeen horses arrived Monday morning following a flight that left Newburgh, N.Y., at 1 a.m., eight hours earlier than initially scheduled to avoid the rain and high wind. The airport also was a last-minute change, replacing Islip on Long Island that was more directly in the path of the storm.
The contingent included the ...
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