05/30/2003 11:00PM

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Within 42 minutes on Friday, trainer George Leonard had three of his horses win at two different racetracks. Miss Honeybee ($6.60) captured the ninth race at River Downs, Frills and Thrills ($9.20) won the fourth race at Churchill Downs, and Star Leon ($21.40) won to give Leonard back-to-back winners at River. . . . The economic impact on the Chicago area of the 2002 Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships at Arlington Park was approximately $57 million, according to a study performed by the Roosevelt University Walter E. Heller College of Business Administration. In addition, total new tax revenues for the state and local governments slightly exceeded $4, million and 580 new jobs resulted, according to the report.