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  • Stellar Wind (9-2) overtakes a battling Beholder (1-9) in the Clement L. Hirsch (G1).Posted 1 hour ago
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Several Breeders’ Cup runners aim for Dubai

While the 2011 Dubai World Cup meeting is still months off, several top runners from the 2010 Breeders’ Cup races have at least mentioned their interest in the world’s richest day of racing. 

How about the big mare?  Zenyatta’s connections have yet to disclose if they are to keep the daughter of Street Cry in training.  But if they do, what a better way to do it than bypassing the “same old, same old” she has faced in America and give her a chance on Meydan’s Tapeta.  While it may seem like wishful thinking, a shot in Dubai would be a thrill.
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