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November 2, 2013 | By John Cherwa
Trainer Bob Baffert found himself back in the overpopulated winner's circle as Secret Circle came late to win the $1.5-million Breeders' Cup Sprint by a neck. The six-furlong sprint is the shortest race in the Cup. Secret Circle went off as the favorite with jockey Martin Garcia, who picked up his second Breeders' Cup win of the day. He and Baffert previously won the Juvenile with New Year's Day. Secret Circle, a 4-year-old colt, paid $7, $4.80 and $3.60. Laugh Track, a strong second, returned $13.40 and $8.60 while Gentleman's Bet paid $7. "He's an amazing horse," said Jimmy Barnes, an assistant to Baffert.
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