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Workforce undecided for BC Turf

The Investec Derby hero bounced back to form at Longchamp earlier this month and was immediately installed as the 2-1 favourite for the November 6 contest at Churchill Downs.

Sir Michael Stoute and Teddy Grimthorpe, racing manager to owner Khalid Abdullah, have yet to discuss the possibility of sending him to America and they are in no rush to make a final decision.

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I read the story today about Workforce and Fame and Glory on RacingPost.com's web-site. Both now seem iffy at best for the Breeders Cup Turf? If both of these colt's fail to show up at Churchill Downs? The French colt, in the silks of Aga Khan, Behkabad, will be a huge favorite to win this year's Breeders Cup Turf. Winner of the G1 Grand Prix De Paris, the G2 Prix Niel, and a very good run for 4th behind a troubled trip in the Arc De Triomphe. This 3yr.old is pure class. He'll be difficult at best for all of the other challengers to defeat. IMO.

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