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Ups and some downs Smith’s career has been studded with lots of good times but some sobering ones as well.

In 1993, he won his first Preakness on a horse named Prairie Bayou.

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Those were usually quarter horse races, measured in yards rather than the furlong or mile-plus distances of the thoroughbred tracks.

And – win, lose or draw today in the Belmont Stakes – the run’s not over.“I could see another two or three years ahead of me now,” he said this week. It just depends on how my body is feeling.”An early start Smith was born in Roswell on Aug. A horse-training uncle on his mother’s side, the Vallejos family, broke him into racing, teaching him to ride and taking him to those small-town tracks where cowboys, ranchers and others placed bets on horses they owned or admired.

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But just weeks later, Prairie Bayou, while running in the Belmont Stakes with Smith aboard, fractured a left foreleg and had to be euthanized.

Also in 1993, Smith set a North American record for stakes wins in a single year with 62 and the very next year reset the record with 68 stakes victories.The weather forecast for the Belmont as of Friday called for possible showers, which might mean another muddy track, a factor that apparently is not a problem for Justify.But at 1½ miles, the Belmont is the longest of the Triple Crown races, the biggest test of a horse’s heart and hardiness and a significant barrier to Triple Crown success. Today, 36 years and thousands of wins later, he makes a run at the Triple Crown. In 1982, Smith won his first race as a licensed jockey on a horse named Forever Man at the Downs at Santa Fe. Smith’s Aunt Nedra has an art gallery in Santa Fe, but she and her husband, Richard Matteucci, own homes in Santa Fe and Albuquerque.

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