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Dancing in Silks, 25-1, upsets Sprint

Ken Kinakin said he's not a risk taker by nature. It's an assessment he might want to reconsider after putting up a $180,000 supplemental fee just to get his Dancing in Silks into the $2 million Breeders' Cup Sprint.

That investment turned into a $1,080,000 payday on Saturday at Santa Anita when the California-bred Dancing in Silks survived a four-horse blanket finish to post a thrilling nose decision over fellow long shot Crown of Thorns in the six-furlong Sprint. Read More

 

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Not being talked about much but certainly one of the top races of the day. Both Zensational and Fatal Bullet ran off the board which was one of the biggest beats of the day.

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