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Caleb's Posse Works for Met Mile

Caleb's Posse, ridden by jockey Rajiv Maragh and trained by Donnie Von Hemel wins the Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile (G1) at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky on November 5, 2011.

McNeill Stables and Cheyenne Stables’ Caleb’s Posse, who won the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile last Nov. 5 at Churchill, worked six furlongs in 1:11.40 at Arlington Park Sunday morning under jockey Channing Hill.

 

The breeze was in preparation for the upcoming Grade I Metropolitan Handicap May 28 at Belmont Park.  Caleb’s Posse is trained by Donnie K. Von Hemel.

 

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Older Comments about Caleb's Posse Works for Met Mile...

correction CP and THAS!
CB and THAS are the ones I like in the Met Mile
yes.. CB is ultra consistent and the defending Champ at this distance.
Is there anyone else out there who thinks this horse isn't getting quite as much respect as he merits?

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