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Crowded House has eye on Breeders' Cup

Crowded House will have to earn his way into a Breeders' Cup race at Churchill Downs this fall. Owner Paul Reddam and trainer Ben Cecil will know the colt's status after Saturday's $250,000 Goodwood Stakes at Hollywood Park.

A win or a sharp performance in the Grade 1 Goodwood over 1 1/8 miles could lead to a start in the BC Classic or Dirt Mile at Churchill Downs on Nov. 6. A bad loss will lead to a vacation, Cecil said on Wednesday.

"I think this race will decide," Cecil said. "He'd have to be supplemented to the Breeders' Cup. We could go in the [Dirt] Mile or the Classic. The Mile would be easier. He has to run well to warrant it."
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