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Juvenile Fillies Diary - Oct 30th

04 October 2009: Blind Luck and Tyler Baze win the Oak Leaf Stakes (GI) at Oak Tree at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, CA.

With the Breeders' Cup fast approaching, we'll take a look at the final premiere preps for the Juvenile Fillies (G1) and Juvenile Fillies Turf.

Home field advantage: The top two in the October 4 Oak Leaf (G1) at Santa Anita, BLIND LUCK (Pollard's Vision) and ALWAYS A PRINCESS (Leroidesanimaux [Brz]), will loom large in the Juvenile Fillies. Blind Luck, who finished a commendable second when making her stakes debut in the September 5 Darley Debutante (G1), rallied from off the pace to win going away by 2 1/2 lengths, and her 93 BRIS Speed rating stacks up favorably with unbeaten counterpart and likely Juvenile (G1) favorite Lookin at Lucky (Smart Strike), who registered a 94 number for his Norfolk S. (G1) score a couple of races after the Oak Leaf.

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Lillie Langtry looks like the filly to beat in the Juvenile Fillies Turf. Already with 6 starts and having won the Debutante Stakes a Group 2 event, and finishing 3rd in the Moyglare Stud Stakes, a Group 1 event, she look's like a proven filly against a basically unproven group of contenders.

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