08/22/2012 3:13PM

Arlington Park: Marketing Mix has options at Woodbine and Santa Anita

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Marketing Mix (8) falls a head short in the Beverly D.

Marketing Mix, beaten just a head in the Beverly D. on Saturday at Arlington Park, came out of the race in terrific shape and could run next in the Grade  2 Canadian at Woodbine on Sept. 16 or the newly named Grade 1 Rodeo Drive (formerly the Yellow Ribbon) on Sept. 29 at Santa Anita, said trainer Tom Proctor.

"Then there's the turf race in the Breeders' Cup, but that's the last thing I'm going to worry about right now," he said.

Proctor, who was at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., on Wednesday before heading for Del Mar the following day, said he was extremely pleased with the way Marketing Mix ran. "They just get beat sometimes," he said.

Marketing Mix will continue to train at Arlington for the foreseeable future, said Proctor.