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Intrigue surrounds Saturday’s $250,000 ninh-horse Grand National steeplechase
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NOAH AND THE ARK carries Harry Bestwick over a fence in winning last month’s Lonesome Glory Handicap. The 2021 Carolina Cup winner in part of a strong nine-horse field in Saturday’s $250,000 Grand National in Far Hills, N.J. (Adam Coglianese/NYRA photo)
Saturday’s Far Hills Races at Moorland Farm in New Jersey kicks off its second century with the 101st running of the National Steeplechase Association’s marquee meet, a feast of seven sensational matchups anchored by the Grade 1 $250,000 Grand National which has drawn an international assembly of classy jumpers.