No Major Injuries, Heat Problems Reported Among Breeders' Cup Horses

Horsemen making their regular morning stops at Santa Anita's Clocker's Corner Oct. 26 were abuzz over the success of the two-day Breeders' Cup World Championships, the first ever run on an artificial surface.

There were no reports of major injuries among the major participants, as winners and high-profile losers were reported to be in good shape.

Trainer John Gosden reported that al

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