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Topic - Corey Nakatani
Bob Baffert got beat again in the $5 million Breeders' Cup Classic. Bill Mott settled for half of a repeat sweep in the weekend's two biggest races. The Hall of Fame trainers could only wince as 9-1 long shot Fort Larned won North America's richest race on Saturday night, capping a weekend of upsets in the world championships at Santa Anita.
"This never gets old," said jockey Corey Nakatani, who earned his 10th BC win. "Winning a race on Breeders' Cup day is special."