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Uncle Mo turned in another dominating performance in the Champagne Stakes at Belmont Park on October 9th. He shook off his overmatched pace rival I’m Steppin It Up and burst clear under John Velazquez. The exciting son of Indian Charlie earned a solid 94 BSF and will try to stretch his speed around two turns in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile.


Mountain Town rallied to finish a clear 2nd behind Uncle Mo. He was nabbed for $75,000 out of a Saratoga Maiden Claiming event by Rick Dutrow and could go next in the BC Juvenile or Remsen Stakes.


J. B.’s Thunder made all the running over a speed favoring Polytrack in Keeneland’s Grade 1 Breeders’ Futurity. Options for his next start include the BC Juvenile and Delta Jackpot.


Breeders’ Futurity runner-up Santiva is a long-term prospect worth following. Todd Pletcher’s improving maiden experienced a bad start and ran against the bias in a flying finish...

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