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2011 Champagne (G1)

10/8/2011, Belmont Park
Post Time:
5:20 PM ET
1 mile (Dirt)
2 M
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Older Comments about the 2011 Champagne (G1)...

West side 2 year olds are by far doing the best this year. I mean, Weemissfrankle won Del Mar Dubutante and Oak Leaf, and Creative Cause, with the Best Pal, 2nd in Del Mar FUturity, and a win in the Norfolk.
Two year olds at this time are pretty much the same. They can run a dynamite race today and not run tomorrow. Toughest races to handicap are the two year olds. too many variables. Have been around race horses for a long time as an owner, and have always had some disappointment with two yr. olds. very fragile stage of their development. too not get to wild about any of them. Just like little children. Fine today, and sick tomorrow.
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