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Coming up on NEWS 7.
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Are some members of the media unfair to black leaders?
Hear what the Reverend Al Sharpton had to say during an appearance in Lynchburg.
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And-- the Roanoke police department copes with the death of one of its own.


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In sports, The Winston Cup drivers were in Michigan for the Kmart 400.
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And the New Jersey Devils capture the Stanley Cup last night with an overtime win against the Dallas Stars.
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A steamy weekend is coming to a close-- The only relief we can offer comes late tomorrow afternoon in the form of some widely scattered thunderstorms. Details coming up. [open]
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[SOT7:46]
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((WHENEVER YOU LOSE A FELLOW OFFICER IT'S LIKE LOSING A PART OF YOUR FAMILY))
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A Roanoke City police officer dies in a motorcycle accident.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.



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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Good evening.
Officer Connie Ray Lee was thrown off his motorcycle -- and later died later at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
The accident happened last night on Brambleton Avenue in Roanoke.
[Double Boxes=Teresa/JoyMicrowave]


Joy Sutton is in the newsroom tonight with more.
[Live= Joy/Microwave]
[SUPER=@Joy1]



Teresa,
It's a sad day for the Roanoke city police department.
For some, officer Lee was not only a co-worker but a friend.
The 31 year old had been on the force since 1991. He worked in the patrol bureau on night watch.
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[SUPER=01-Sgt. Bill West/Roanoke City Police Dept.;18]
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[SUPER=01-Shelly Alley/Police Spokesperson;38]
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(( Just one day after the accident fellow police officers return to the crash site at the 2200 block of Brambleton Avenue --where Officer Connie Lee Ray was fatally injured after being thrown from his motorcycle.
Sergeant Bill West says he needed to come here -- to have a connection to Lee.
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((SGT. BILL WEST: IT'S DIFFICULT ANYTIME YOU LOSE A FELLOW OFFICER BECAUSE LIKE I SAID IT'S LIKE LOSING FAMILY. IT'S BAD. IT'S HARD))
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Authorities say officer Lee had just left another police officers wedding when the crashed happened.
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((SHELLY ALLEY/POLICE SPOKESPERSON: THERE WAS ANOTHER MOTORCYCLE IN FRONT OF HIM THAT HIT SOME LOSE GRAVEL. HE TOOK SOME EVASIVE ACTION AND WENT OFF THE ROAD. AND WAS THROWN OFF HIS MOTORCYCLE AND LOST HIS HELMET))
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At the crash site there were few reminders of Lee's fatal crash -- just pieces left behind from his motorcycle.
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((HE WAS ALWAYS A REAL NICE GUY. HE WAS ALWAYS SOFT SPOKEN. JUST A REAL NICE GUY))
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Officer Lee has a sister who is also on the police force.
And he was the piano player for the police department choir.
Officers tell me he definitely will be missed.
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Teresa



[Rockbridge-Fatal]


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Another motorcycle accident yesterday took the life of a Bath County man.
State police say 46 year old Frank Douglas Shrader of Millboro lost control of his bike on state route 39 just outside Lexington in Rockbridge County.
The motorcycle left the roadway and struck a tree. Shrader was pronounced dead at the scene.



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In its long history, Lynchburg's Court Street Baptist Church has played host to many influential black leaders, including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Today, the Reverend Al Sharpton became the latest to address the congregation.. and to answer questions about his involvement in racial politics.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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Some call him controversial, others consider him a modern- day prophet.. no matter what you think of the Reverend Al Sharpton, there's no denying his ability to bring out the passions of a congregation.
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Sharpton also incites passion in others.. those who disagree with how he involves himself in racial controversies across America.
Sharpton says while many white Americans have come to accept him, the media haven't.
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((REV. AL SHARPTON: THE WHITE MEDIA, I THINK, HAS THIS INFATUATION WITH ALWAYS MAKING BLACK LEADERS CONTROVERSIAL. I'M TEACHING PEOPLE HOW TO VOTE THAT NEVER VOTED, I'M CALLING FOR JUSTICE.. WHAT'S CONTROVERSIAL ABOUT THAT?))
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((REV. GARNELL STAMPS/LYNCHBURG NAACP PRESIDENT: WE RESENT SOME OF THE PEOPLE, IN THE WHITE MEDIA ESPECIALLY, WHO TAKE GREAT AMERICAN LEADERS LIKE REVEREND SHARPTON AND ASK HIM A LOT OF EMBARASSING, LOADED QUESTIONS, ARE NOT INTERESTED IN WHAT HE'S GOING TO SAY TO HELP YOUNG MEN AND YOUNG BOYS HERE IN LYNCHBURG.))
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Sharpton was here to help Court Street Baptist celebrate Mens Day 2000.. a program aimed at getting young black males more involved in their church and their community.
But his message was for everyone.. that it's time to stop "sleeping on the job" and become full- time Christians.
Meanwhile, his own activism will continue full- time..
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((SHARPTON: THE REASON I DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE CRITICISM AND THE CONTROVERSY IS BECAUSE I DON'T WORK FOR THEM NO HOW (APPLAUSE).))
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Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))



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The American Red Cross has put out an emergency call for blood donors of all types.
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The Red Cross supplies blood to 44 area hospitals -- and with the shortage officials say there is a one day supply in stock.
The Red Cross usually has at least a three day supply on hand.
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((BOB LUTJEN/AMERICAN RED CROSS: WE'VE GOT TO RELY ON THE FOLKS IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY AND BEYOND TO HELP SUPPORT THAT NEED. IT'S SIMPLY A MATTER OF BEING 17 YEARS OF AGE, AT LEAST 110 POUNDS AND IN GOOD HEALTH AND YOU CAN SAVE A LIFE,BE SOMEONE'S HERO BY JUST GIVING AN HOUR OF YOUR TIME))
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The American Red Cross says the summer is the most difficult time of year to recruit blood donors.
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The Red cross will be holding blood drives throughout this week.
On Monday some of the locations are: the Wytheville Community Center, Christiansburg Moose Lodge, Radford Christian Church, and the Roanoke Valley Donor center --which is located in downtown Roanoke.
If you need additional information you can call 1-800-GIVE- LIFE.



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Still ahead,
Senator Chuck Robb thinks he may be at a disadvantage on the campaign trail... we'll tell you why.
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And this isn't any ordinary wine festival it's to help out the Roanoke Jaycees. We'll take you there after the break.

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But first let's talk to Andrew.



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He's on a mission from now until November to make an appearance in every city and county in the Commonwealth.
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Democratic Senator Chuck Robb says he thinks he's at a disadvantage to Republican George Allen-- who's had more time to campaign.
So Robb's making a low key promise to hit every part of Virginia.
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((SEN. CHUCK ROBB/D-VIRGINIA: IT'S BASICALLY SORT OF A SELF-IMPOSED DISCIPLINE TO MAKE SURE I GET BACK TO SOME OF THE PLACES I MIGHT MISS ON SOME OCCASIONS. IT'S VERY DIFFERENT. WHEN I WAS GOVERNOR, I WAS HERE IN RICHMOND, I WAS IN CONTROL OF MY OWN SCHEDULE, AND I COULD GET ALL OVER THE COMMONWEALTH AT ANY TIME. WHEN YOU'RE IN WASHINGTON, YOU'RE BASICALLY ON A 15 MINUTE TETHER.))
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The promise comes after weeks of attacks from the Allen campaign that Robb is "hiding in Washington."


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Breaking news at this hour. The Bedford County Sheriff's Department is on the scene of a possible drowning at Smith Mountain Lake. Authorities say officials are on the scene at the Beacon Light Marina Area which is close to the state park. We have a crew on the way we'll have more at 11.

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Dozens came out to the Hotel Roanoke today to sip a glass of wine in the name of charity.
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It was all part of the 8th annual Roanoke Valley Wine Festival sponsored by the Roanoke Jaycees.
For the price of a 15 dollar ticket -- wine tasters could try out wines from 11 wineries from across Virginia.
The Roanoke Jaycees will use the money raised for community service projects.
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((DEBBIE KEATS/PRES. ROANOKE JAYCEES: ONE OF THE BIGGEST THINGS IN OUR COMMUNITY SERVICES IS CAMP FOR VIRGINIA JAYCEES IN BEDFORD COUNTY AND WE RAISE MONEY FOR THE CAMPORSHIPS FOR MENTALLY HANDICAP YOUNG ADULTS TO GO FOR ONE WEEK AT A TIME))
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This the largest yearly fundraiser for the organization.
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A recent story on the trucking industry is the focus of this week's viewer mail.
Here's News-7's Feedback, with assignment editor Joe McKean.
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(( The federal government is considering a plan to require truckers to get more rest when they're on the road.
Our story featured an interview with a motorist who liked the idea. ((I THINK THEY DRIVE FASTER THAN THEY SHOULD BE PROBABLY BECAUSE THEY'RE ON THE ROAD TOO MUCH. SO IT WOULD BE NICE TO HAVE THEM ON THE ROAD LESS.))
A viewer from Roanoke [G.T. Harvey] wrote:
"I'm not taking up for truckers by any means, I just think they are getting a bad rap. In my line of work, I do a lot of traveling. I have seen many trucks speed, and wreck. But I have also seen many more cars speeding down the road PASSING the truckers. So, stop crying about the truckers and spend more time watching the road. You will see that there are a lot more cars out there speeding, than there are trucks."
The mailing address for News-7 is PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
Our fax number is 343-7269.
Email should be sent to news@wdbj7.
And you can participate in a moderated online forum at our web site, wdbj7.com.
Joe McKean, News-7.))


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You've seen him on the race track and in commercials.
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Coming up, we'll show you the family side of Ward Burton and hear what it's like for the NASCAR driver to compete against his brother.
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NASCAR is gaining in popularity throughout the country, and one of the most recognizable names in the sport is also a local native.
In this week's Virginia Profile-- South Boston's Ward Burton talks with Surae Chinn about family, auto racing and competing with his brother.
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(( (open nats of racing) Ward Burton is on the fast track...(natpop)..literally. 200 miles an hour in a stockcar is everyday traffic for him.
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((WARD BURTON/NASCAR DRIVER: WHEN I GET IN THE RACE CAR I FEEL INVINCIBLE. WHEN I GET IN THE RACE CAR I FEEL I'M JUST IN CONTROL AS DOING THIS INTERVIEW WITH YOU.))
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But he didn't always have that control...like the time his dad took him to a go cart race in Halifax County at the age of 8.
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((WARD: I SPUN OUT IN THE HEAT RACE WON THE FEATURE RACE AND AFTER THAT DAD WAS AS ENTHUSIASTIC AS I WAS.))
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Enthusiasm for racing runs in the family. His younger brother Jeff is also a renowned driver.... The competition between them can heat up on the racetrack, but the two keep it in perspective.
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((WARD: HIS JOB IS TO BEAT ME AS WELL AS EVERYONE ELSE AND MINE'S THE SAME. IT DEFINITELY CREATES TENSION ON THE RACE TRACK BUT IT'S HEALTHY TENSION.))
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Although number 22 thrives on racing, his family comes first. Burton has been married to his wife Tabatha for 10 years, together they have two children Sarah and Jeb.
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((WARD: I FEEL GUILTY WHEN I GOTO RACES AND THEY CAN'T GO. ))
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((SURAE CHINN/REPORTING: TIME WITH FAMILY IS SHORT. THERE IS ONLY ONE MONTH OUT OF THE YEAR WHEN WARD IS NOT BOUNCING FROM TRACK TO TRACK RACING OR TESTING. BUT TIME IS NOT THE ONLY THING HIS FAMILY WORRIES ABOUT.))
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Afterall Dad has a dangerous job...making Tabatha a nervous spectator.
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((WARD: SHE OBVIOUSLY WORRIES A LOT MORE THAN THE CHILDREN.)) [RUNS :03]
That makes it all too clear in light of last months fatal accident of 18 year old Adam Petty.
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((WARD: THERE'S REALLY NO WORDS THAT CAN SPEAK OF THE REMORSE YOU FEEL FOR THE PETTY FAMILY OR ADAM.))
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Besides his love for racing, and his family, Burton has another passion: wildlife preservation.
He created a tax deductible foundation in his name to raise funds for projects to preserve natural resources.
And from time to time he'll go before the Halifax county board of supervisors to support various wildlife causes.

((WARD: I THINK AT THE END OF THE DAY WHEN I'M GONE AND BURIED SOMEWHERE IN THIS COUNTY, WHAT I DO IN THE WILDLIFE AND CONSERVATION IS GOING TO BE MORE IMPORTANT THAN WHAT I DID ON THE RACE TRACK.))
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But it's on the race track that fans can't get enough of him Surae Chinn, News7, Halifax County.))




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And coming up in sports, The New Jersey Devils are Stanley Cup Champions we'll go to Michigan for the Kmart 400.
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And Ann Kite is the Roanoke Valley Hall of Fame women's golf champion.
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The New Jersey Devils are back on top of the Hockey world after winning their second Stanley Cup in six seasons last night with a 2 to 1 overtime win over the Dallas Stars.
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The last two games of the series went extra periods.
The Devils would get the win in the second over time when Jason Arnott flipped the puck into the net at the 8:20 mark giving New Jersey the championship 2 to 1.
Arnott said the goal was for teammate Petr Sykora, who was injured in the first period.
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((JASON ARNOTT/SCORED WINNING GOAL: WE CAME IN AFTER THE PERIOD AND PATTY AND I LOOKED AT EACH OTHER AND SAID WE GOT TO DO THIS FOR OUR BOY. AND FORTUNATELY IT WORKED OUT FOR THE BEST FOR US AND NO QUESTION ABOUT IT THAT GOAL WAS FOR HIM.))
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The Devils have a tie to the Valley. Their head equipment manager Dana McGuane was the first equipment manager for the Express.



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The Winston Cup Drivers had to deal with 2 red flag periods today in the Kmart 400 at Michigan.
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Jeremy Mayfield would run strong early in the race. He passed Ricky Rudd for the lead on lap 55 and he was leading the race at the halfway point.
Dale Earnhardt Junior struggled. He goes to the pits a lap down on lap 115.
Then 2 laps later Bobby Labonte passes Mark Martin putting him a lap down. Labonte led for several laps.
But the rain came down heavy forcing NASCAR to red flag the race. Mayfield was the leader when the cars stopped.

The race started but it was red flaged again on lap 194 and Tony Stewart was declared the winner of the K-Mart 400 his second straight win in a row.
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Dale Earnhardt was second, followed by Bobby Labonte and Dale Jarrett.



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There's a new champion of the Roanoke Valley Hall of Fame women's Golf tournament.
Ann Kite of the Watersedge wins this years event ending a streak of four straight for Hidden Valley's Dot Bolling.
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Bolling, going for her fifth straight title, started the day one shot behind Kite.
The two would survive the heat and finish regulation tied at 161.
Kite, the number one player on the Wateredge team, would win her first Hall of Fame title with a par on the first hole of a sudden death playoff.
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Janet Cochrane of Blue Hills finished third at 163.
Hidden Valley won the team title, Watersedge was second and Blue Hills third.

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Participating in Horse Shows is a sport you can do at any age.
Rosalie Eldridge watched her father work in the horse business, her children grew up showing horses, now she's working to breed the best horses in the show business.
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((ROSALIE ELDRIDGE/HORSE BREEDER: DAD WAS THE ONE WHO WANTED THE KIDS TO SHOW WHEN HE DIED I INHERITED HIS HORSES. THERE YOU GO TURN AROUND AND LOOK AT THAT.))
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Rosalie Eldridge's brood mare, Gossip, has a new foal on the ground. The young filly is one of many horses Rosalie has helped bring into the world.
Rosalie started breeding American Saddlebreds back in 1977 and since then she hasn't minded getting her hands dirty. During one delivery the foal's head was stuck so Rosalie went in.
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((I HIT SOMETHING AS HARD AS THIS PLANK AND I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT IT WAS. IT WAS THE TOP OF THE HEAD. I STARTED GOING DOWN AND I LIFTED THE HEAD AND GOT A NOSE.))
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Just one of many successful deliveries at Holly Woods Farms. Rosalie is proud of the babies she produces. Harlem's Hey Look at Me sold for six thousand dollars at three months old. At two years old the stallion's estimated worth was 60-thousand
Rosalie researches the stallions she uses and chooses the ones with the qualities she would like to see reproduced.
It's a business that's all in the family. Her son Bob is carrying on the family tradition. In fact the land itself is a family heirloom.
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((THE LAND IS AN ORIGINAL LAND GRANT FROM 1752 FROM THE KING OF ENGLAND, GEORGE THE THIRD.))
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It's passed down the line on the female side of the family, so one day Rosalie's oldest daughter will make Holly Woods Farms home. And Rosalie says the family's tradition of breeding saddlebreds will continue as well.
Denise Allen News 7 Sports. ))

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