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Lava Man to Prep at Keeneland for Breeders' Cup (http://bc.bloodhorse.com/viewstory.asp?id=35723)
California-based Lava Man is scheduled to leave Tuesday for Keeneland Racecourse to prepare for the $5 million Breeders' Cup Classic Powered by Dodge (gr. I) at Churchill Downs on Nov. 4 and a possible showdown for Horse of the Year honors against likely favorite Bernardini. Blood-Horse (http://bc.bloodhorse.com/viewstory.asp?id=35723)

Showing Up Doubtful for Breeders' Cup; To Run in Jamaica Handicap (http://bc.bloodhorse.com/viewstory.asp?id=35718)
Roy and Gretchen Jackson's Showing Up, who finished a solid third the Sept. 9 Man o' War Stakes (gr. IT) , will make his next start in Saturday's $200,000 Jamaica Handicap (gr. IIT) for 3-year-olds at Belmont Park, and likely will skip the Breeders' Cup World Championships, trainer Barclay Tagg said Monday. Blood-Horse (http://bc.bloodhorse.com/viewstory.asp?id=35718)

Albertrani: Bernardini 'Horse to Beat' in Classic (http://bc.bloodhorse.com/viewstory.asp?id=35706)
Trainer Tom Albertrani anticipates that Bernardini, fresh off another authoritative victory in Saturday's Jockey Club Gold Cup (gr. I), will be the one to beat in the $5 million Breeders' Cup Classic -- Powered by Dodge (gr. I) on Nov. 4. Blood-Horse (http://bc.bloodhorse.com/viewstory.asp?id=35706)

Fight for Franchise Aids New York Political Races (http://news.bloodhorse.com/viewstory.asp?id=35721)
With the future of the racing industry in New York up in the air, the most immediate beneficiaries appear to be state officials running for office this fall, thanks to a steady flow of money from individuals and companies tied in one way or another to the Thoroughbred franchise renewal process. Blood-Horse (http://news.bloodhorse.com/viewstory.asp?id=35721)