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Nov 2
Just three days remaining for the racing world to find out just how good Three Rules is. The son of Gone Astray drew the No. 6 post with Cornelio Velasquez in the $2 million Breeders' Cup Juvenile and the morning-line maker has listed him at 8-1. The race at one and one-sixteenth miles is wide open, as evidenced by the fact that the lowest morning line price is 7/2, and seven of the 11 entrants are 8-1 or less . . . Abar Caterpillar became Gone Astray's 41st winner of 2016 when, after posting two straight seconds, he went wire-to-wire in a five-furlong race at Camarero Race Track in Puerto Rico. The 2-year-old gelding bred by Diomar Iadisernia scored by 2 1/4 lengths over the sloppy track and paid $4.20 as favorite. Gone Astray's progeny earnings for the year have topped $2.1 million . . . Cinderela El Crome picked up a check for $17,200 with an eye-opening wire-to-wire score at Gulfstream Park West. The 2-year-old Flashstorm colt, bred by Northwest Stud, sped past the furlong markers in :22.35 and :45.17 with Robby Alvarado Jr. en route to a 3 3/4-length victory in 1:10.12 for the three-quarters. It was the second victory for the colt, who sold for $32,000 at OBS March.