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Conduit takes on formidable home team

Two-time Breeders' Cup Turf (G1) hero CONDUIT (Ire) (Dalakhani) will look to put an exclamation point on his illustrious career in Sunday's approximately $6 million Japan Cup (Jpn-G1). The Sir Michael Stoute charge, who is set to retire to Shigeyuki Okada's Big Red Farm in Japan, spearheads a five-strong international team, including the American-based trio of MARSH SIDE (Gone West), JUST AS WELL (A.P. Indy) and INTERPATATION (Langfuhr). Read More

 

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I really felt that Conduit would at least hit the board in the Japan Cup. He did, however, manage a 4th place finish in a race with quite a large field. But losing to Vodka in Japan is no disgrace. That would be kind of like Conduit losing to Goldikova or Dar Re Mi in his own country. Vodka is truly a champion mare who has beaten the boy's more than once in her career.

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