are the final words from here on the Horse of the Year debate between racing's
two monarchs, Rachel
Alexandra and Zenyatta.
Unfortunately, only one likely will be crowned, but you can be sure both will
rule in the hearts and minds of most racing fans.
follows below is based on the facts, with a little emotion thrown in. But first,
as one of those who would like to see both names permitted on the ballot, just
to give voters as torn as I am that option, I feel compelled to comment on NTRA
president Alex Waldrop's reasoning why he doesn't feel that would be
appropriate. There is no evidence to support Waldrop's comment that it would
guarantee both horses the award. If someone feels strongly about either horse,
they will vote for that horse. If the majority vote for both horses, then that's
what they feel should be the outcome. It's free will and free thinking, with no
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