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Fantastic Song Looks Interesting in Juvenile Turf

Fantastic Song, last seen finishing 3rd in the G3 Pilgrim, could make some noise in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf at Churchill Downs on Saturday.

Chad Brown trains Fantastic Song for Green Hills Farm, and the 2-year-old son of Lemon Drop Kid began his career with last-to-first score at Saratoga. Javier Castellano rides.

Shkspeare Shaliyah exits back-to-back turf wins including a good looking score over Fantastic Song in the Pilgrim.

G3 Hollywood Juvenile Championship hero
Majestic City, most recently 2nd in the G1 Breeders' Futurity at Keeneland, tries turf for the first time. His sire City Zip is adept with grass runners and the Peter Miller trainee worked a turf bullet at Santa Anita on October 22.   

A pair of contenders are stuck in the far outside posts.
Finale has rattled off threee straight including Woodbine's G3 Summer. Undefeated State of Play will break from post 14 for Graham Motion.

Gung Ho, Farraaj, Wrote, Coalport, Caspar Netscher, Daddy Nose Best, Animal Spirits, Excaper, and Lucky Chappy are also entered. Tequila Factor is stuck on the also-eligible list.  



 

 

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I really like this young boy Casper Netscher. I think the stretch out is gonna do him fine, and he seems to rate well at 6furlongs.

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