- Aidan O’Brien completes double in Juvenile Turf
- Mischief Magic claims victory in Juvenile Turf Sprint
European-trained runners swept the three turf races on the first day of the Breeders’ Cup meeting at Keeneland, with Meditate’s emphatic success in the Juvenile Fillies’ Turf – Aidan O’Brien’s first win in the race – the highlight of an excellent evening for the visiting team in Kentucky.
O’Brien completed a double when his colt Victoria Road edged out Charlie Appleby’s Silver Knott in the Juvenile Turf, while Appleby had earlier set a new Breeders’ Cup record by winning the fourth consecutive race at the meeting in which he saddled a runner, as Mischief Magic found an exceptional turn of pace to win the Juvenile Turf Sprint.
Written by Greg Wood
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