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Oxbow (Awesome Again) and jockey Gary Stevens win the Preakness Stakes

Oxbow: won the Preakness Stakes for trainer D Wayne Lukas

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Oxbow to stand at Calumet Farm in 2015

OXBOW, winner of the Preakness Stakes in 2013, will stand at his owner Brad Kelley's Calumet Farm in 2015, having stood at Taylor Made Stallions in Kentucky this year.

The four-year-old son of Awesome Again was trained by D Wayne Lukas to also win the Grade 3 Lecomte Stakes and finish second in the Belmont Stakes and Grade 2 Rebel Stakes.

A $250,000 yearling, Oxbow is a brother to stakes winner Awesome Patriot out of an unraced sister to dual Breeders' Cup Classic winner and Grade 1 sire Tiznow.

Oxbow commanded a fee of $20,000 this year. A fee for next year will be announced at a later date.




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