LOUISVILLE — Curlin's next race could be on foreign turf.
Trainer Steve Asmussen said the 2007 Horse of the Year might compete in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.
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Asmussen said the notion of a trip to the famed Longchamp Racecourse for the 11/2-mile turf test on Oct. 5 was again on the table.
Curlin won the Stephen Foster Handicap on Saturday, improving the 4-year-old's record to 9-1-2 in 12 races and extending his winning streak to five races.
The $1 million purse improved his career earnings to $9,396,800. The victory moved the Kentucky-bred Curlin closer to second-place Skip Away on American racing's all-time earnings list.
Skip Away earned $9,616,360 in his career, while Cigar remains atop the career earnings list with $9,999,815.