I Am Invincible Closes the Gap

Mark Smith - Sunday May 8

With four winners on Saturday led by Nettuno (Group III Ken Russell Memorial Classic) and Blondeau (Listed Takeover Target Stakes), I Am Invincible has closed the gap on So You Think to just over $200,000. 

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