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“I’d give anything if the race wasn’t opening day,” said Bill Currin, who runs his snazzy chestnut Rosengold in the second division of the Oceanside. “You’ve got to get there early if you want to get in at all. Then to have to wait until the ninth race, well, let’s just say an older fellow like me usually would want to lie down for little bit.”
Currin has been living in anticipation of the meet, when he can hop across the street from the condo he shares with Betty, his wife of 58 years, and watch Rosengold cool out after a gallop, then eat every oat at the barn of his trainer, Julio Canani.