Whatever was bothering the Great Emancipator has clearly left the building.
Once-dominant racing president Abraham Lincoln didn’t win his first race at Nationals Park until May 11 of this season, but since then, the 16th president has been hot.
In a scene reminiscent of his glory years as Nationals Park’s resident speedster, Lincoln began Thursday night’s race seated in a folding chair on the warning track, reading while the race began.
After giving the founding fathers a good head start, Honest Abe took off and lapped the field, then did a victory dance to celebrate his fourth win of the season.
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