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Summer, Natalma spotlight juveniles turfers

A whole weekend of high-class turf action at Woodbine kicks off Saturday with a pair of juvenile stakes that might produce contenders for their corresponding Breeders' Cup events at Santa Anita in November. The C$300,000 Summer S. (Can-G3) and C$150,000 Natalma S. (Can-G3), both at one mile, are meant to be preps for the Juvenile Turf (G2) and Juvenile Fillies Turf, but it is plausible that either one could potentially throw up a contender for their Grade 1 counterparts on the main track given the synthetic composition of Santa Anita's main oval. Read More

 

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