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Shumoos, Elusive Kate Invading America

EUROPE is set to be represented in all five two-year-old races at the Breeders' Cup after Group winners Elusive Kate and Shumoos were included given pre-entries at the meeting.

Prix Marcel Boussac winner Elusive Kate (Juvenile Fillies' Turf) will be one of two John Gosden-trained runners at Churchill Downs where she will be joined by Oh So Sharp Stakes runner up Questing (Juvenile Fillies) while Brian Meehan has entered Sirenia Stakes winner Shumoos in the new Juvenile Sprint, which is also run on dirt.

Confirming his plans, Gosden said on Tuesday: "William Buick will ride both of them and they are both training well. Questing stays in America after the race and Elusive Kate is heading on to the sale at Fasig-Tipton the Sunday after the Breeders' Cup."
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