Breeders Cup

November 6, 2010 by staff 

Breeders Cup, Calvin Borel, a three-time Kentucky Derby winner who was UA Miner in the marathon, was furious with Javier Castilian, pilot Prince I was a finalist after an incident in the last corner and Borel fanned his colleague with a barrage of shock as they walked off the track in front of the stands.

A very inflated Borel had to be dragged out of Castilian by several spectators in one of which was another rider, Shane Sellers.

In the Castilian race made a move on the curve that caused a chain reaction of UA Miner lead to high cost him his chance. Will I Am The prince was degraded to 10 Commissioners and when Borel rode in a race later, he was escorted from the weighing room to the paddock for four sheriffs.

Despite the very tensions occasionally boil fist behind the closed doors of the wardrobe, the public blow-ups are rare. Both riders are expected to appear before the commissioners before running today to receive his punishment, in general, this type of situation in the United States is a big fine.

Closest to the Europeans came to noon was a winner who was a second set of the filly and Mare Turf. She was narrowly beaten by the outsider shared account that is, ironically, trained by Graham Motion, a Cambridge English born now trains in Maryland.

Henry Cecil, trainer of noon, said: “She did nothing wrong. He ran a great race, but she has had three tough races in November and could not quite at his best. It’s hard to say.”

After two successful years at Santa Anita when the British riders have done well on the synthetic surface, a return to traditional lands in a miserably cold Churchill Downs assailants gave something of a reality check and reminded them of what used to be.

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