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October 11, 2014
Light the City, in Sunday’s third race, could be the key horse. It’s not that she can just be a linchpin in your various multi-race wagers involving her race, but it’s also about her impact later on the card.
Candy Boy and Sweet Swap, two of trainer John Sadler’s hopes for Breeders’ Cup races on Nov. 1, worked at Santa Anita on Saturday.
It shouldn’t be hard to discover value in Monday’s $200,000 Pebbles Stakes, in which contention runs deep in a field of 11 3-year-old fillies set to contest a mile over Belmont’s Widener turf course.

Monday, Story to Tell can win the second stakes of his career in the $100,000 Speakeasy Stakes for 2-year-olds over six furlongs.
A pair of fillies who recently defeated males will return to racing in their own division Tuesday in the $55,000 Permian Basin at Zia Park.
Trainers Kathy Ritvo and Carlo Vaccarezza were all smiles after watching their Breeders’ Cup candidates Fast Anna and Little Alexis work over a very quick main track Saturday morning at Gulfstream Park..
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Two $75,000, 1 1/16-mile stakes races for 2-year-olds are part of the Canadian Thanksgiving Card at Hastings Monday.
Just Win Baby has done just that in his two starts for trainer Greg Tracy, both at Northlands Park. He’ll try and keep his streak going when he runs in the $50,000 Harvest Gold Plate Monday.
The lightly raced Finn’s Jewel will look to build off of her maiden victory when she makes her stakes debut in Monday’s $150,000 Carotene Stakes for Canadian-bred 3-year old fillies at Woodbine.