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Juveniles highlight Churchill finale

Churchill Downs concludes its fall meet Saturday with its Stars of Tomorrow II program, 12 races exclusively for two-year-olds. The traditional meet-ending feature, the $150,000 Kentucky Jockey Club S. (G2) at 1 1/16 miles, may give a glimpse at what is to come six months from now in the 136th Kentucky Derby (G1). Read More

 

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Two weeks ago, I saw a runner that interested me a bit... I stable mailed 3rd place finisher - #2 Maximus Ruler - might turn out to be a good one. VIDEO REPLAY @ http://www.youtube.com/cdi#p/search/0/sJDIJpp4pxo ...Maximus Ruler goes again Saturday, Race 8 @ Churchill Downs. Morning Line of 5-1... not quite the 53-1 he was in his maiden effort. An entire card of 2yo races this Saturday. Maybe next year's Kentucky Derby winner will be among them... Dell Yount http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0950306/ UPINCLASS RACING FORUM (USA) www.upinclass.com May your next wager be a winning one!
Pretty cool concept to run a full card of two year olds. Tough to fill fields but great shot for price horses to hit the win spot

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