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Dullahan will be entered in Breeders' Cup Turf

Dullahan and Little Mike will make their next starts in Saturday’s Breeders’ Cup Turf, trainer Dale Romans said Monday.

Dullahan also was pre-entered in Saturday’s BC Classic, but a decision was reached to try the Turf after a discussion with owner Jerry Crawford.

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I'm actually happy for their decision. I don't think that dirt is his best surface, probably his worst. Besides, in his work, he looked fine in the very beginning and into the stretch, his stride became a more up and down motion rather than long and reaching out.
Good luck! think he would do better in the Classic.

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