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European Winners to Go Separate Ways

Team Valor International's Grade I $750,000 Beverly D. winner Euro Charline has exited her victory over her elders in good order, according to the International Racing Bureau.  The daughter of Myboycharlie is scheduled to leave the care of Marco Botti and embark on a career in America for trainer Todd Pletcher. 

Team Valor, which recently started sending horses to other conditioners than its previous private conditioner Rick Mettee, plans to spread its horses to various outfits, including locally based Wayne Catalano.  The next goal for the notoriously volatile bay filly is the Grade I Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup at Keeneland in October.

Coolmore's Grade I Secretariat Stakes winner Adelaide exited his first success at the highest level in good order, according to the International Racing Bureau.  The son of Galileo was an exciting winner, carrying Ryan Moore out into the middle of the course while maintaining a victorious edge over Tourist. Owned in part by Australian interests, the sophomore is nominated to various classics Down Under, including the Group I Cox Plate this fall.

 

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