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Cup doesn’t end the racing season

The Breeders’ Cup has come and gone and the racing world was treated to 14 exciting races, numerous unforgettable performances, and unfortunately some forgettable ones too.  However, the Breeders’ Cup being in the rearview mirror does not mean that racing is over for 2010.  Not at any level in fact.

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Sorry Nick, but for all practical purpose the 2010 racing ends with the Breeder's Cup and only the die hard punter will subject himself to Florida Breds and also rans. Championship racing doesn't really begin until after Christmas.

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