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‘ALL OTHERS’ 4-5, FORTE 10-1

Edited Churchill Staff Release — With the Kentucky Derby still 23 weeks away, the pari-mutuel field of “All Other Colts and Geldings from the 2020 Foal

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BREEDERS’ NOTES FOR FRIDAY

Edited Breeders Cup Notes Team Release — LONGINES BREEDERS’ CUP CLASSIC:   Epicenter – Winchell Thoroughbreds’ Epicenter wrapped up his training for the Longines Breeders’ Cup

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‘ALL OTHERS’ FUTURES FAVE

Edited Churchill Downs Staff Notes  – Six months in advance of Kentucky Derby 149, the pari-mutuel field of “All Other Colts and Geldings” closed as the odds-on

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BC CLASSIC NOTES NOV 2

 By Breeders’ Cup Staff Notes — Epicenter – Winchell Thoroughbreds’ Epicenter continued to impress in his gallops as he went out shortly after 8 a.m. and

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B CUP POST-DRAW QUOTES

By Breeders’ Cup Notes Team — Trainer John Sadler (Flightline, Longines Classic, Post 4, 3-5) – “It’s been great. I want to thank the people

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KEENELAND BARN NOTES

Edited Keeneland Staff Release — L and N Racing and Winchell Thoroughbreds’ champion Echo Zulu started a busy morning of trainer Steve Asmussen’s possible contenders

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FLIGHTLINE 16 STRAIGHT AT #1

Edited Breeders’ Cup Release — Flightline, owned by Hronis Racing LLC, Siena Farm LLC, Summer Wind Equine LLC, West Point Thoroughbreds, and Woodford Racing, LLC, received

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KEENELAND BARN NOTES

Edited Keeneland Press Staff Release — As weekends go, this past one has to rank near the top for trainer Todd Pletcher. Bookended by two

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TRAVERS DRAW QUOTES

BY NYRA Press Staff — Steve Asmussen, trainer of Epicenter (post 6, 7-5): “We’re extremely excited. With how well the Jim Dandy went and how well

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EPICENTER OF ATTENTION

It didn’t take long to get the country’s leading three year old back to work. Epicenter, winner of the Grade 2 Jim Dandy Stakes, returned

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