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Turallure arrives for Woodbine Mile

Trainer Charles Lopresti has never been to Canada, nor has he ever been represented by a starter here at Woodbine.

But Lopresti will be looking to correct those oversights this week as he was scheduled to check in Wednesday to put the finishing touches on Turallure’s preparations for the Woodbine Mile.


Turallure, a Kentucky-bred 4-year-old colt, is coming off the best race of his career as he captured Saratoga’s Grade 2 Bernard Baruch over 1 1/8 miles of turf by 2 1/4 lengths.

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