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Racing at Santa Anita with Marc Doche: Yodelen Dan Favored to Win 17th

A solid nine-race card closes out the penultimate week of racing at Santa Anita’s inaugural autumn meet.
 
A full field of ten allowance optional claimers go in the feature race slotted eighth over a mile and an eighth on the turf, where the grizzled veteran 16-time winner Yodelen Dan is the 3-to-1 morning line favorite. The eight-year-old gelded son of Swiss Yodeler has finished in the money in 36-of-51 career races and makes his second start of the meet after a disappointing effort a month ago. Rafael Bejarano, who won five races yesterday, is back aboard for the first time since August of 2010.
 
Making his debut on turf, Riveting Reason is an 8-to-1 shot in his second start off a long layoff for Myung Kwon Cho with Joe Talamo aboard for the first time. The three-year-old son of Fusaichi Pegasus, who was the runner-up in February’s Robert Lewis (Grade II), shows a pair of speedy works over the turf and his dam won 3-of-10 starts over the sod for earnings of $117,000.
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Older Comments about Racing at Santa Anita with Marc Doche: Yodelen Dan Favored to Win 17th...

don't think he liked the turf...hopefully he comes to regain his past form..after all he's been on the sideline for awhile. Btw anyone know what is going on with his stablemate Premier Pegasus?
they were going ridiculously fast, and riveting reason being one of the only 3 year olds makes it that much harder for him, still think this guy is improving
Still not ready for these distances, RR was outta gas after the mile...to much to soon.

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