WASHINGTON, Pa. (AP) - Andrew Luck has already won once this week.
A racehorse named after the Indianapolis Colts rookie quarterback earned the second victory of his career Friday at The Meadows in western Pennsylvania. Three-year-old gelding pacer Andrew Luck won his season debut by a neck as the 8-5 second pick.
The horse had taken some time off after three consecutive poor performances at Indiana Downs over the summer but now has two wins in six career outings.
The human Andrew Luck makes his playoff debut Sunday on the road against the favored Baltimore Ravens.

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