Beating the odds in any situation always presents a great sense of satisfaction for a horse trainer. Tom Durand is the latest example.
The Puslinch horseman went into last winter with just a single yearling to develop. Statistically speaking, his chances of success were limited, to say the least. History has shown that developing young horses is a numbers game. Start out with 10 and you are considered a genius if two prove to be solid money earners.
Seven And Seven was actually bred by Durand and his wife, June. They entered the horse to be sold in the Lexington Selected Yearling Sale last October…
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