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2009 Breeders' Cup Juvenile (G1)

Date/Track:
11/7/2009, Santa Anita Park
Distance:
1 1/16 m (Synthetic)
Age/Sex:
2 M
Time:
1:43.48
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Older Comments about the 2009 Breeders' Cup Juvenile (G1)...

I was truly surprised that D'Funnybone finished dead last in this year's Breeders Cup Juvenile. This is a colt that clearly did not take to the synthetic track, as he has looked nearly invincible back east on the conventional dirt tracks. That's what make's me so hesitant about Lookin at Lucky for this year's Kentucky Derby. He's been so tough on the synthetics, but can he transfer that talent from the synthetics to the dirt?
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  • cigar · You just never know... it's how these things roll....the one thing I would say is Hollywood plays the most like dirt of the synth tracks, so if he handles it at Hol, dirt might not be too far out of the question. · 2688 days ago
  • ruby · I was also really surprised D'Funnybone threw such a clunker in the BC. None of the dirt horses ran well, so it shouldn't have been a surprise, but I have to think this horses is capable of much better. · 2688 days ago
Lookin At Lucky seemed ripe for the upset in the BC Juvenile due to poor post draw. He ran a winning race but was beaten a head by overseas shipper Vale of York. Vale of York (1st) - $63.20, $24.40, $12.40 Lookin At Lucky (2nd) - $4.40, $3 Noble's Promise (3rd) - $4.60 Piscitelli (4th) $1 Exacta - $167.40 $1 Trifecta $1,181.10 .10 cent Superfecta - $2,392.99

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