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SPRINT DIARY - Oct 20th

Zensational wins at Hollywood Park
To paraphrase Samuel Clemens, who knew a little something about horse racing, the reports of ZENSATIONAL's (Unbridled's Song) invincibility have been greatly exaggerated. That thought came to mind in recent weeks as the final preps for the Breeders' Cup Sprint (G1) yielded at least two contenders who might give the heralded three-year-old a serious challenge in the November 7 showcase at Santa Anita. Zensational, who will be the deserving favorite in a few weeks, was given some time off by trainer Bob Baffert following his romp in the September 6 Pat O'Brien S. (G1) and should be fresh and ready to go for what will undoubtedly be his toughest assignment to date. 
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