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Mar 14, 2014

Offers for Social Inclusion being pondered


Hallandale Beach, FL ( - The possible sale of 3-year-old colt Social Inclusion after his victory over Honor Code is being contemplated by owner Ron Sanchez.

Sanchez confirmed Thursday that inquiries have been made about him selling the colt and Friday he further explained what's going on in that regard.

"We haven't made a decision yet," Sanchez said. "We are still receiving a couple of good offers, one comes from the Middle East and the other one is here. They are bidding, so we are going to wait at least 24 hours."

Sanchez, who runs as Rontos Racing Stable Corp., will retain part ownership of the 3-year-old.

"That is something that we are working out," Sanchez said. "We are definitely going to keep a piece of the horse. We won't sell the whole horse."

Trained by Manny Azpurua, Social Inclusion posted a 10-length victory Wednesday in a 1 1/16-mile allowance race at Gulfstream Park over Remsen Stakes winner Honor Code who was the 1-2 favorite. In the process, Social Inclusion set a track record of 1:40.97 for the distance.

The 3-year-old, who is possible for the Florida Derby, is perfect in both career starts. He registered a 7 1/2-length victory on Feb. 22.

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