Horse Racing: Dancer's Choice


"Picking a good horse," insists Stanley Dancer, 40, "is like picking a good girl friend. You look for soundness of legs and stance, broad chest and rear end, good shoulders and ears." Chacun a son gout, but as long as he sticks to picking horses Dancer (not to be confused with such animal namesakes as

Native Dancer and Dancer's Image) is welcome to his choice. As the most successful trainer and driver in U.S. harness racing, he has won $1,000,000 or more in purses during each of the past four seasons, and in the process produced a steady succession of...

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