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Ramblin' Guy

Ramblin' Guy (1991-September 1994) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse sired by Ogygian and foaled by Sweet Ramblin Rose best known for winning the Hollywood Juvenile Championship Stakes in 1993 as a two-year-old. Unfortunately, at age three, Ramblin' Guy went over the rail in September 1994 at Del Mar Racetrack and broke his back, causing him to be humanely euthanized.[1]

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