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Blades boss Wilson then sent on Daniel Bogdanovic and Lee Williamson for Mendez-Laing and Slew and the home side doubled their lead soon after.
Despite his tremendous speed and unbeaten record, Cruget claims the opposition never gave Slew his due.
and cares for his bed-ridden wife who suffered a severe stroke four years ago, says Slew was unbeatable at a mile or less.
In January, Seattle Slew was treated for lack of coordination but was able to begin the breeding season on time.
The son of Danzig ran the 1-mile distance on the main track in 1:36 2/5, running head-to-head much of the way with Archer City Slew.
Cocky, trainer Bobby Frankel's top hope for the Santa Anita Derby, finished third, a neck behind Archer City Slew.
Precious Slew, a 5-year-old son of Slew Baby, covered a mile in 1:38 2-5 and paid $32.
Slew rates of 1700 V/us and 4000 V/us are achieved while drawing only 0.
The latest addition to Intersil's new high speed operational amplifier portfolio, the Elantec(R) EL5166 and EL5167 are designed to meet the high bandwidth, high slew rate requirements of today's high performance video, test and instrumentation, and other high frequency applications.
The high slew rate, low power consumption and rail-to-rail input/outputs make the EL5420CL an ideal choice for LCD-TFT voltage buffering applications.
Chroma ATE, the leading supplier of high volume power supply automated test equipment, today introduced the 6340 electronic load series, the fastest slew rate loads on the market.
The Thirty Slews, carded at 5-1/2 furlongs on the turf course, was responsible for a world record last year as Darley Stud's Pembroke won the race in 1:00 2/5.