2016 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Pre-Entries

2016 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Pre-Entries

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A deep and competitive field has been pre-entered in the $2,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (gr. I), including the grade I winners Classic Empire (Breeders’ Futurity), Gormley (FrontRunner Stakes), Klimt (Del Mar Futurity), and Practical Joke (Hopeful Stakes and Champagne Stakes).

Good Samaritan, who is 2-for-2 on turf with a win in the Summer Stakes (gr. II) on his record, has been pre-entered in both the Juvenile and the Juvenile Turf, with his first preference being in the Juvenile. The complete list of pre-entries is as follows:

Classic Empire (Mark Casse)
Good Samaritan (Bill Mott)
Gormley (John Shirreffs)
Klimt (Bob Baffert)
Lookin at Lee (Steve Asmussen)
Not This Time (Dale Romans)
Practical Joke (Chad Brown)
Star Empire (Wesley Ward)
Syndergaard (Todd Pletcher)
Term of Art (Doug O’Neill)
Theory (Three Rules)
Three Rules (Jose Pinchin)

Good Samaritan has second preference in the Juvenile Turf

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