Beholder worked on the training track early Thursday at Keeneland. Later, trainer Richard Mandella announced that he was scratching Beholder from the Breeders' Cup Classic because of bleeding in her lungs.
Beholder worked on the training track early Thursday at Keeneland. Later, trainer Richard Mandella announced that he was scratching Beholder from the Breeders' Cup Classic because of bleeding in her lungs. Herald-Leader
Beholder worked on the training track early Thursday at Keeneland. Later, trainer Richard Mandella announced that he was scratching Beholder from the Breeders' Cup Classic because of bleeding in her lungs. Herald-Leader

Beholder's defection changes complexion of Breeders' Cup Classic

October 29, 2015 11:08 AM

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