Paralyzed jockey Douglas finds success as owner
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By MICHAEL CASEY
AP Sports Writer
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Rolling his wheelchair up to the Meydan Racecourse, Rene Douglas wasn't sure how he'd respond.
This week marked the first time he'd been to a track in the nearly four years since the Panamanian jockey was paralyzed when his horse fell on top of him at Arlington Park.
The winner of more than 3,600 races said he thought about his 27-year career -- including winning the 2006 Breeders' ...
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