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Zenyatta remains bound for Vanity

Zenyatta is on-course for the Vanity against fillies and mares next weekend at Hollywood Park. Meanwhile Life is Sweet, who lost to Zenyatta last time, is headed to the more difficult Hollywood Gold Cup. What do you think of the decision?
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She's going to carry 129 on Saturday...
If Zenyatta runs like the last, she would not hit the ticket in the Gold Cup. They can try to get her in better shape, with a paid work out in the Milady. Life is Sweet will not hit the ticket, unless there are only 3 in the race. Zenyatta will retire before entering a race she might lose! Another black eye for horse racing.
Don't know if the Gold Cup is the tougher spot. The SoCal handicap division is super-weak. All the more reason to run Zenyatta against the boys!
They are going to cherry pick their way to the BC Distaff with Zenyatta. Then if she catches a cold, they'll retire her undefeated.
This is like sending your best hitter down to AAA while bring your AAA up to the big leagues.

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