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Pletcher charges begin cross-country trek

Trainer Todd Pletcher said all of his horses came out of their Breeders' Cup races at Santa Anita well. The conditioner saddled 10 horses over the two-day championship event, but only nine actually raced.

Grade 1 winner QUALITY ROAD (Elusive Quality) was listed at 12-1 on the morning line for Saturday's Breeders' Cup Classic (G1), but Pletcher could only watch in horror from the grandstand as the colt first refused to be loaded into the gate.

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