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Bull Lea - Sire of Seven Hall of Fame Inductees
... He was also the first sire in the history of American Thoroughbred horse racing to have offspring with earnings of more than $1 million dollars in a single season ... sired fifty-eight stakes winners, seven of which are Hall of Fame members ... Racing Hall of Fame inductee 1947 U.S ...

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