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Weemissfrankie Possible for Starlet

Weemissfrankie, third in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies at Churchill Downs on Friday, may start again this year, and has the Kentucky Oaks at Churchill on May 4 as a long-term goal, trainer Peter Eurton said on Sunday.


Weemissfrankie was beaten nine lengths by My Miss Aurelia in the Juvenile Fillies, the first loss of her four-race career. Earlier this year, Weemissfrankie won a maiden race and two Grade 1 races – the Del Mar Debutante and Oak Leaf Stakes at Santa Anita.


Eurton said that Weemissfrankie could return for the $250,000 Hollywood Starlet Stakes over 1 1/16 miles at Hollywood Park on Dec. 10, or be rested for the 3-year-old fillies stakes at the Santa Anita winter-spring meeting.


“We’ll map out a plan,” Eurton said. “The whole idea is to think of next year’s [Kentucky] Oaks. The Breeders’ Cup was our goal after the [Del Mar] Debutante. We have to pick and choose our spots.

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