August 28, 2010 - This Week's Nominees

This year's Perfect Trip Award will recognize a Breeders' Cup Challenge race winner from this season's North American races that best exemplifies a "Perfect Trip". The winner will be selected from a panel of racing experts and will have the opportunity to experience his or her own "Perfect Trip" through Sentient Jet, with complimentary round-trip private jet travel for six people to the 2010 Breeders' Cup World Championships at Churchill Downs. The Perfect Trip Award winner will be announced the week of November 1st, and the owner will be awarded the Perfect Trip trophy on ESPN during the Championship weekend.

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This Week's Entrants

Dakota Phone

Owned by Carver, Todaro, Hollendorfer & Halo Farms • Trained by Jerry Hollendorfer • Bred by Cashmark Farms & Dakota Stables

Winner of the 2010 San Diego Handicap (gr. II) Watch the Video Replay!

Malibu Prayer

Owned by Edward P. Evans • Trained by Todd Pletcher • Bred by Edward P. Evans

Winner of the 2010 Ruffian Handicap (gr. I) Watch the Video Replay!

Blame

Owned by Claiborne Farm & Adele Dilschneider • Trained by Al Stall • Bred by Claiborne Farm & Adele Dilschneider

Winner of the 2010 Whitney Handicap (gr. I) Watch the Video Replay!

Wasted Tears

Owned by Bart B. Evans • Trained by Bart B. Evans • Bred by Bart B. Evans

Winner of the 2010 John C. Mabee Handicap (gr. II) Watch the Video Replay!

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Marjory Cole

Without unnecessary fanfair, Blame has become the most exciting winner of the current season due to the thrilling pleaser of watching his closing sprit as he  crosses the finish line. He has shown that old school training by Al Stull and the intregity of his owner and breeder Adele Dilschneider and Seth Hancock of Claiborn Farm has become a tribute to the Thorughbred Racing Community. Blame has had a brilliant "Perfect Trip" each time out of the gate and has proven his fitness for even more showing for the future. Blame is the horse to watch and to celebrate for representing that old school training is still around and successful.

25 Aug 2010 8:18 PM

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