By Lenny Shulman -- How can you build a fan base for a sport whose athletes retire before their prime?
This year's 11-furlong edition of the Filly & Mare Turf (gr. IT) figures to be as wide-open as a St. Louis Rams receiver streaking downfield.
With the Breeders' Cup just around the corner, more questions were asked than were answered as favorites were upset in graded stakes.
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