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Fallon brimming with confidence

This Friday and Saturday though they are back at Santa Anita, and though it is hard to see Europe improving on last year's haul the event should, nevertheless, substantially help reduce the nation's trade deficit.

No man is looking forward to the weekend more than jockey Kieren Fallon, who is brimming with confidence. He regards Santa Anita as a second home and besides rides on Spanish Moon, Strike The Deal, and Junia Tepzia (for German trainer Peter Schiergen) his American agent is in discussion with several local trainers including Bobby Frankel, with whom he has spent so much time.

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