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Klammer could go in BC Juvenile Turf

Klammer, runner-up to Frankel in Saturday's Group 2 Juddmonte Royal Lodge Stakes could be heading stateside for a possible tilt at the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf if trainer Jane Chapple-Hyam gets her way.

Speaking on Sunday, Chapple-Hyam revealed that she is trying to persuade owner Yan Wah Wu to enter the juvenile in the contest after his ten length defeat at Ascot.

Shesaid: "He's not entered for the Dewhurst or Racing Post Trophy so I'm trying to convince them to have a cut at the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf.

"I know the calibre of horse needed to go out there, I had Annie Skates who was second in the Breeders' Cup Stakes [Monmouth 2007] and they're similar types of horse, the faster the pace the better.

"Adrian Beaumont from the International Racing Bureau is coming over on Monday so we can look at the costs involved and start to get the ball rolling."

Already a listed winner in Deauville, Klammer has proved a bargain purchase at 16,000 Guineas, and Chapple-Hyam also praised the impressive Frankel.

"We got bit of a flogging from Frankel," she said. "But for a horse to quicken up twice, once coming off a bend is pretty exceptional.

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