From USA Today:
By Tom Pedulla, USA TODAY
LOUISVILLE — When the Breeders' Cup World Championships were contested on synthetic surfaces each of the last two years atSanta Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., it appeared the quality and safety of that racing might provide increasing momentum in the direction of synthetics.
But the winds of change might be shifting again as the Breeders' Cup moves to tradition-rich Churchill Downs this weekend with 14 races worth $26 million. For the rest of the article: http://www.usatoday.com/sports/horses/breeders/2010-11-03-dirt-on-the-comeback-track_N.htm
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