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Tougher test for Hot Cha Cha

Somehow it doesn't seem fair. Hot Cha Cha just got done whipping a Grade 1 field of 3-year-old turf fillies for a $500,000 purse in the Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup at Keeneland.

Four weeks later, Hot Cha Cha wheels back into what might be a more competitive - and certainly bigger - field as the likely lukewarm favorite Saturday at Churchill Downs in the Mrs. Revere Stakes, a Grade 2 race with a $175,000 purse.

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