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Eye Of Taurus in Peak Form

Eye of Taurus was a happy horse Sunday morning after her victory in the Grade 3 Athenia, and trainer Kiaran McLaughlin said he was exploring options for the 4-year-old Aldebaran filly.

 

“She loves the fall, and she loves the soft turf,” said McLaughlin, who trains Eye of Taurus for Harvey A. Clarke. “She won the [Grade 3] Valley View at Keeneland last fall over a yielding course, too.”

 

Among the races under consideration is the Grade 3 Long Island Handicap at Aqueduct Racetrack on Saturday, November 6, the final graded stakes of the year for fillies and mares on the turf in New York.

 

“It’s a little quick back, and it’s a mile and a half,” said McLaughlin. “But if the course is soft, we might have to enter.”

 

 

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