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Ragozin Insider: Careless Jewel

Careless Jewel and jockey Robery Landry winning The Delaware Oaks at Delaware Park in New Stanton, Delaware

There’s on old adage that says the more things change, the more they stay same. Keep that in mind when you handicap the Breeders’ Cup Ladies’ Classic (G1).

The dynamic three-year-old filly whose name is on the tip of everyone’s tongue may be skipping this weekend’s Breeders’ Cup. Yet in the year’s richest race for fillies and mares, it’s still a three-year-old filly who appears to stand tall over a field of older and more experienced opponents.

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