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Twin Cities company's nasal strips improve breathing -- of race horses

A Twin Cities company called Flair makes breathing strips that were worn by I'll Have Another in the horse's Kentucky Derby and Preakness victories. But they won't be part of his bid for the Triple Crown. The strips are banned by racing officials in the state of New York, where the Belmont Stakes are run.
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A Twin Cities company called Flair makes breathing strips that were worn by I'll Have Another in the horse's Kentucky Derby and Preakness victories. But they won't be part of his bid for the Triple Crown. The strips are banned by racing officials in the state of New York, where the Belmont Stakes are run.

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