10/09/2010 3:42PM

Keeneland: Dubai Majesty wins TCA at Keeneland but what next?


Dubai Majesty won the Grade 3 TCA at Keeneland Saturday, scoring her first victory over a synthetic surface.

The question is, what's next?

Dubai Majesty, a 5-year-old Essence of Dubai mare, is not Breeders' Cup nominated, and supplemented her to the Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Sprint would cost $90,000.

Trainer Bret Calhoun said after the TCA that he was unsure whether she would compete in the Breeders' Cup.

Tough decision...given that a third-place finish in the $1 million race essentially only allows her owners to essentially recover their supplement fee - though a placing in such a race would enhance her residual value.

Dubai Majesty, by the way, is a multiple winner over the Churchill Downs strip, and ran six furlongs there in 1:08.07 in winning the Winning Colors there in May.