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TURF TEN

A top ten look at three-year old turf winners in the United States within the last six months, perhaps with thoughts of the Twin Turf at Colonial Downs.

Just this week: No Virginia-bred has ever won the Colonial Turf Cup or the Virginia Derby. However with Swagger Jack’s maiden breaking score at Gulfstream Park, Silverton Hill has a Virginia-bred by the Estate of Edward P. Evans that will be one to watch throughout the spring. The Smart Strike-sired colt doesn’t make the Turf Ten list yet but is on the radar.
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