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Burgess talks about his Valley Victory quartet
Friday, November 5, 2010 - by Greg Gangle, for the Woodbine Entertainment Groupo

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Rexdale, ON --- Tomorrow night at Woodbine Racetrack, trainer Blair Burgess will be looking to capture the lions share the C$509,000 Valley Victory Final by sending out four entries.

Burgess' highlight competitor, Blue Porsche, will certainly get notice from the betting public based on his 1:54.4, Canadian record performance in last week's elimination. The son of Glidemaster was a $22,000 buy back last year at the Standardbred Horse Sale. Blue Porsche will start from post two in tomorrow night’s rich final for driver Trevor Ritchie. He has been installed with morning line odds of 6-5.

Burgess recently spoke with Woodbine Entertainment Group’s media department, and discussed Blue Porsche's Canadian record.

"I thought that if the trip worked similar to the way it did work out that he would have a good chance in there," Burgess said. "He won the first week in Lexington, beating Luckycharm Hanover, then in the second week he finished second to Manofallmissions, who won the Breeders Crown."

In today's interview with Woodbine Entertainment Group's Media Department, Burgess discussed Blue Porsche and his other three entries in the Valley Victory Final, Can Anyone Explain, Pegasus Blue Chip and For You Almostfree. To watch the video on the Woodbine Entertainment website follow this link.

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