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Juvenile favorites post sharp workouts

While their workouts took place 2,500 miles apart Monday morning on opposite ends of the country, the two favorites for the Breeders' Cup Juvenile elicited similar glowing reviews from their trainers.

Lookin at Lucky worked a half-mile at Santa Anita, after which Bob Baffert confidently stated, "That was good, he's ready." Joe Steiner worked Lookin at Lucky in company behind El Martillo; Daily Racing Form clocker Mike Welsch timed him in 47.35 seconds.

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