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Valley View Stakes

The Valley View Stakes is an American Thoroughbred [[horse race run annually in October at the Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Kentucky. Contested on turf over a distance of 8.5 furlongs, it is open to three year old fillies. Currently a Grade III event, it offers a purse of $150,000.[1]

The race was split into two divisions in 2009. The first division was won by Bluegrass Princess in 1:47 flat by two lengths. The second division was won by Eye of Taurus in 1:46:49 by a head.[2]

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