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Beware of Switch

What do Blind Luck and Zenyatta have in common? Well they are both closers, both have won at Hollywood, have wins on both a synthetic surface as well as dirt, and both have won a mile and a quarter. Other then that, there really isn't that much more in common. Zenyatta didn't get her career started until almost of the better 3yo's (sans Curlin) retired and Blind Luck was a multiple G1 winner at 2. After tomorrow, though they will have one mroe thing in common... a common opponet. Who may that be? Why it's Switch and if Mike Smith is not careful tomorrow, this John Sadler trainee by Quiet American could pull the biggest upset ever. It will send shockwaves throughout racing not only here in the US, but around the world too.

Why could Switch be the most dangrous candiate to upset the Queen? There are a few reasons why: Read More

 

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of these two, Zenyatta has the more adaptable late move.

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