November 2nd, 2013 − Santa Anita

Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies

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Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies, mile and a sixteenth, 2-year-old fillies

POST HORSE TRAINER JOCKEY COMMENT ODDS
1 Artemis Agrotera M. Hushion J. Lezcano Capitalized on Sweet Reason's trouble in the Frizette, but was good enough to do so; first route try 4-1
2 Rosalind K. McPeek J. Rosario Though second to My Conquestadory in the Alcibiades and third in the Pocahontas, she's a cut below 15-1
3 Designer Legs D. Stewart J. Talamo Soundly beaten in her last two after getting the Adirondack on a disqualification; Beyers are very low 30-1
4 Secret Compass B. Baffert J. Velazquez Was a surprise when she won the Chandelier over the track, but that was not a quickly run race 6-1
5 Ria Antonia J. Englehart J. Castellano Made no impact in the Frizette, yet that was a Beyer improvement off the barn and surface change 30-1
6 Concave D. O'Neill M. Gutierrez Won the Sorrento over She's a Tiger; her form is okay, but she will have to raise her game Beyer-wise 10-1
7 Untapable S. Asmussen R. Napravnik Liked how she successfully stretched out from 5.5 to 8.5 furlongs in Pocahontas off 2 1/2-month layoff 5-1
8 Scandalous Act K. O'Connell E. Nunez Queen of Calder swept the Florida Stallion Series; steps into an entirely different league here, though 10-1
9 Sweet Reason L. Gyarmati A. Solis Handled dry track when a much-the-best second in the Frizette; two turns the main question for her 5-2
10 She's a Tiger J. Bonde G. Stevens Tried to break the Chandelier open on the far turn, only to be narrowly beaten; yet to run a bad one 6-1