Sport: Like Father?

Halfway down Pimlico's home stretch, it looked like the 'Kentucky Derby all over again. Assault, the clubfooted chestnut that ran away with the Kentucky Derby, was three lengths outin front. Then Elizabeth Arden Graham's slow-starting Lord Boswell came charging up. At the finish, Assault, obviously tiring, was just a neck ahead—enough to earn the $99,120 first prize. On the record, Assault was the best of 1946's three-year-olds, but his Preakness winning time (2:01 2/5) was the slowest in 13 years. Ten years before, Assault's daddy, Bold Venture, won the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness—and...

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