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Breeders' Cup 2017

Fiftyshadesofgold Will Remain at Churchill Downs

Fiftyshadesofgold Lone Star 615 X 400
Photo: Terri Cage Photography
Clarence Scharbauer Jr.’s homebred Fiftyshadesofgold exited her impressive eight-length victory in the $113,400 Debutante in good order, according to trainer Bret Calhoun.
 
“Everything is good today,” Calhoun said. “She’s doing well.”
 
Calhoun said no plans have been made for Fiftyshadesofgold’s next start; however, he did say he plans on keeping her apart from stablemate Bahnah, who won impressively at Churchill Downs in her debut and is being pointed to the $150,000-added Schuylerville (GIII) at Saratoga on July 19.
 
“We don’t have any plans for Fiftyshadesofgold at this point,” Calhoun said. “We’ll try to get a plan together in the next week or so, but I don’t even know what’s out there outside of the race at Saratoga, which is where Bahnah is going. Right now, I don’t think I’d want to run them both there.”
 
Calhoun added that Fiftyshadesofgold likely would remain at Churchill Downs and train up to her next race at the Louisville track. 

 

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