• TURF: Conduit won the $3 million race in an upset, defeating Eagle Mountain by 1 1/2 lengths at Santa Anita. The Ireland-bred colt gave European-based horses their fourth victory on Saturday, the second day of the season-ending championships. Ridden by Ryan Moore, Conduit covered 1 1/2 miles in 2:23.42 and paid $13.60, $8.40 and $5.80 at 5-1 odds.

• SPRINT: Midnight Lute rallied from last to first, winning the $2 million race by 1¾ lengths for the second consecutive year. Garrett Gomez rode his third winner Saturday, becoming the first jockey in the event's 25-year history to win that many races in a day. He also won the Filly & Mare Sprint on Friday. Midnight Lute ran 6 furlongs in 1:07.08 and paid $7.40, $5 and $3.20.

• JUVENILE: Midshipman stamped himself the early favorite for next year's Kentucky Derby with a victory in the $2 million race. Jockey Garrett Gomez earned his second victory Saturday -- and third of the two-day event -- guiding Midshipman to a 1¼-length victory over co-favorite Square Eddie. Midshipman paid $9.20, $4.40 and $3.20.

• JUVENILE TURF: Donativum held off a fast-closing Westphalia to win the $1 race by a half-length. Ridden by Frankie Dettori, Donativum covered 1 mile on the turf in 1:34.68 and paid $13.60, $7 and $5. Dettori delighted the fans with his trademark flying dismount in the winner's circle.

• MILE: Goldikova won the $2 million race by 1¼ lengths. The Ireland-bred filly's fourth consecutive victory gave Europe its second victory Saturday. Ridden by Olivier Peslier, Goldikova ran the distance on the turf in 1:33.40 and paid $5.60, $4 and $2.80.

• DIRT MILE: Albertus Maximus won the $1 million race by 1¼ lengths. Ridden by Garrett Gomez, 6-1 shot Albertus Maximus covered the distance in 1:33.41 and paid $14.60, $7.40 and $5.40, continuing Saturday's parade of long shots. Two Step Salsa, which runs for Everest Stables owned by Jeff Nielsen of Stillwater, finished third.

MARATHON: Ireland-bred Muhannak charged to the lead in mid-stretch and held off a big late run by Church Service and won the inaugural $500,000 race by a head. Ridden by Patrick Smullen, Muhannak covered 1 1/2 miles on the new synthetic surface in 2:28.24 and paid $26.80, $10.80 and $6.20.

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