He was a She: Wrong Horse Runs at Remington Park and Wins

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Sep/17/2017

The winner of Saturday night's fifth race at Remington Park in Oklahoma City, Okla., Collateral Kitten, listed on the official track program as a 4-year-old gelding, was actually a 6-year-old mare named Onemorefastdance. Karl Broberg, the trainer of both horses, confirmed the mistaken identity to the Paulick Report.

“There was an egregious mistake and I just can't talk about it further,” Broberg told the Paulick Report on Sunday. “Obviously it is very embarrassing. I've already talked to the owners that were involved. My intentions are to make the purse right with them. We'll have to see how it plays out from there.”

Read more at the Paulick Report

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