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New Year's Day (right) thunders down the rail to win the Juvenile
New Year's Day cut down Havana to run out an authoritative winner of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile.
Strong Mandate set a searing pace up front and Gary Stevens was content to track it aboard favourite Havana.
Turning for home he sent the Michael Tabor-owned colt to the front and he looked set to hand the Coolmore team another major success.
However Martin Garcia was busy conjuring a race-winning burst from New Year's Day down the far rail and was in front inside the final furlong to win going away.
It was a sweet success for trainer Bob Baffert who lost his promising filly Secret Compass in the opening Juvenile Fillies'.
An emotional Baffert said: "Coming in here he was telling us in a morning he was ready to go. Martin deserved a win like this. This business is so hard, one minute I lose a great little filly and now I win this."
Pletcher said of Havana: "He ran super, it was his first time around two turns and he just got a little late for the final quarter."
A downcast Stevens said: "I'm devastated. He's a serious horse, he did everything right and we still got beat."