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Theyskens' Theory has dirt pedigree

Popular opinion has it that plenty of Americans think they are not safe in their own back yard, and Theyskens' Theory looks a cracking bet at 10-1 to reinforce those fears with victory in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies on Friday week.


With the Europeans having poached a fair proportion of the many millions of dollars of prize money on offer at the artificial cushion track at Santa Anita during last year's Breeders' Cup, the home country has retreated to the relative sanctuary of a dirt surface at Louisville for this year's meeting.


Predictably, all of the best European prospects next week look to come in the races run on grass – Workforce and Bekhabad (Turf), Midday (Filly and Mare Turf), and Goldikova (Mile).

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