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Haskin: Many top horses could be absent at Breeders' Cup

Steve Haskin writes an interesting blog piece detailing how many of the best horses in racing today could very well skip the Breeders' Cup. Macho Again, shown winning the Stephen Foster, is one example of a horse who is targeting other races besides the Cup. Read More

 

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Yes, but Macho Again stinks and would not win the BC Classic. Haskin has painted a worst-case scenario to fit his story based on this earth-shattering analysis: Any horse that ran on polytrack one time and ran poorly might not come to the BC.
More facts than doomsday... something to think about with synthetic BC's.

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