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Sea The Stars 'highly unlikely' to race in 2010

John Oxx says it is "highly unlikely" that this year's outstanding racehorse Sea The Stars will stay in training next year.

In a wide-ranging interview on the At The Races TV channel earlier today the Co Kildare trainer revealed that he is thinking in terms of the Classic rather than the Turf if the colt travels to Santa Anita for the Breeders' Cup, while he reiterated his long-held view that his charge will never be risked on soft ground again.

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Disappointing that this guy won't stick around as a 4yo... but would be a huge coup if he ends up in the BC Classic...

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