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Kazanluk could head to the Oaks
Mathew Toogood
22:39 AEST Fri Oct 26 2012

Kazanluk is running out of time to get to the VRC Oaks but could still be given her chance after showing her class with a Group Two victory at Moonee Valley.

Kazanluk took out Friday night's Fillies Classic (1600m) and Darley Australia chief executive Henry Plumptre said the three-year-old could join her Anthony Freedman-trained stablemate Zydeco on the Oaks path.

The 2500m staying test is at Flemington in less than two weeks on November 8.

Plumptre said the decision would be left to Freedman.

"We're a little bit behind the eight-ball for the Oaks but we'll leave it to Anthony and see what he wants to do," Plumptre said.

"We might have a throw at the stumps but she doesn't really have time to have another run in between. It would be quite a training effort to go from a mile to a mile and a half."

Zydeco was third in the Group One Thousand Guineas last start and is the Oaks favourite.

Kazanluk had a nice run three wide with cover and ran home to defeat Stella Lante by 1-1/2 lengths with another short-half head to Moreau.

The victory of Kazanluk for Sheikh Mohammed came just 30 minutes after the Peter Snowden-trained Darley runner Mental flashed home along the rail for a close second to Sea Siren in the Group One Manikato Stakes (1200m).


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