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Fly Down has World Cup class and stamina

Fly Down progressed well throughout his three-year-old campaign and his last race of the year was his best, finishing third behind Blame and Zenyatta in the Breeders' Cup Classic (Group One) at Churchill Downs in November.

The best of the three-year-olds in the race, he confirmed his place among the elite, and the Group One Dubai World Cup is now on his agenda.


Focusing on the second half of the season, the colt beat Drosselmeyer by six lengths to land the nine-furlong Dwyer Stakes (Group Two) at Belmont Park and was fancied for the Belmont Stakes (Group One)...

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