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« 2016-Jun-10, 05:15 AM Reply #25 »
Frankuus makes it 4 out of 5 so far.

5 first starters for 4 winners, Incredible.

Hugo Palmer the only trainer to fail so far.

Cunco 1st
Majoris 6th
Queen Kindly 1st
Fair Eva 1st
Frankuus 1st

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« 2016-Jun-10, 05:55 AM Reply #26 »
Racing Post reports that he won under a hands and heels ride and suggests the form as being bordering on useful.

No such luck for Douglas Macarthur, who ran last as a 2/5 favourite, with the winner a 20/1 debutant from the D K Weld yard, beating a 33/1 John Oxx rep.

Butterflies 3rd, beaten more than 8 lengths.

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« 2016-Jun-10, 10:24 AM Reply #27 »
"suggests the form as being bordering on useful"

Would this be regarded as being damned by faint praise?

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« 2016-Jun-10, 11:00 AM Reply #28 »
"suggests the form as being bordering on useful"

Would this be regarded as being damned by faint praise?

Actually it would be regarded as the opposite, Jeff.

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« 2016-Jun-10, 11:50 AM Reply #29 »
Well I certainly wouldn't be thrilled to bits if I was told I was "bordering on useful", would you?

But then I suppose we're talking pommy understatement here.

"By Jove, old bean, that Bradman chappie is rather useful with the willow."   sorta thing.

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« 2016-Jun-10, 12:01 PM Reply #30 »
Well I certainly wouldn't be thrilled to bits if I was told I was "bordering on useful", would you?

But then I suppose we're talking pommy understatement here.

"By Jove, old bean, that Bradman chappie is rather useful with the willow."   sorta thing.

Racing Post description of Frankel himself in their Stallion section -

  • SIRE COMMENT: Exceptional over 7f-1m2f, unbeaten in 14 runs at 2-4 inc 10 Group 1s; fine family, first 2yos 2016

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« 2016-Jun-10, 12:42 PM Reply #31 »
No wonder he sire something whose run was bordering on useful.

His record indicates he was also bordering on useful.


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« 2016-Jul-06, 11:06 AM Reply #33 »
Frankel is proving a star stud with his 5th winner overnight.

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« 2016-Jul-08, 11:22 PM Reply #34 »
Frankel has the Juddmonte owned (but not bred) Seven Heavens debuting in what might be a hot maiden at Ascot in 10 mins.

Cost 620,000 guineas as a yearling.

Currently a shade of odds on.

The China Horse Club has an expensive Exceed and Excel kicking off in the same heat.

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« 2016-Jul-08, 11:34 PM Reply #35 »
And Seven Heavens wins after easing late in betting. Put the race to bed pretty quickly when asked.

The late shortening China Horse Club debutant closed very strongly late.

Both look good colts.


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« 2016-Jul-08, 11:46 PM Reply #36 »
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« 2016-Jul-10, 02:31 PM Reply #38 »
Frankel off the mark in France overnight with the filly Toulifaut winning on debut.

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« 2016-Jul-14, 01:29 PM Reply #39 »
Albany stakes placed Queen Kindly walked in at Catterick Bridge overnight at the Frankelesque price of 1/16.

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« 2016-Jul-16, 09:33 PM Reply #40 »
Lightening Fast debuts for Frankel at the Curragh tonight.

He's out of Lightening Pearl, a G1 winner as a 2yo.

7/4 fav.

Frankel is currently 8 starters for 7 winners.

The non winner ran 2nd at only start.

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« 2016-Jul-17, 12:02 AM Reply #41 »
Lightening Fast missed jump, but gave no show at all thereafter.

Qatar Racing rivalling Godolphin for underperformance these days.

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« 2016-Jul-17, 09:39 AM Reply #42 »
Lightening Fast missed jump, but gave no show at all thereafter.

Qatar Racing rivalling Godolphin for underperformance these days.

He'll win next time out in similar grade maiden. I thought he hit the line ok.


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« 2016-Jul-24, 12:11 AM Reply #43 »
Business as usual for Frankel at Ascot tonight.

2 runners for a G3 winner Fair Eva (first stakes winner) and a listed placegetter (Frankuus).

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« 2016-Jul-28, 08:03 AM Reply #44 »
And another one - Senator   emthup


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« 2016-Jul-29, 12:05 PM Reply #45 »
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« 2016-Jul-31, 03:51 PM Reply #46 »
And she wins.

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« 2016-Jul-31, 03:53 PM Reply #47 »
9 winners
8 first time out winners
1 placed
2 unplaced but show promise

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« 2016-Aug-06, 10:13 AM Reply #48 »
A second representative of European sire sensation Frankel has set foot on South African soil, following Miss Frankel, who is already in training with Dennis Drier.

Named Mazaaher, this now two-year-old was one of 15 lots bought by Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum of Dubai for Mike de Kock at the Inglis Easter Sale in Sydney in April. She has arrived in Johahnnesburg and will spend four weeks in quarantine.

Mazaaher, well put together.


Mazaaher, well put together.Sheikh Hamdan’s Shadwell Stud’s agent Angus Gold had to go to $610,000 for Mazaaher, a chestnut filly out of South African Gr1 winner Chocolicious from Three Bridges Thoroughbreds – the mare herself was originally bred by Backworth Stud.
Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock directed the mating of Chocolicious in England, and the filly was subsequently born and raised in Victoria and sold in Sydney.

“Mazaaher is not too big, but nice and well put together. We’re looking forward to working with her,” said De Kock on Friday.

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« 2016-Aug-14, 08:13 AM Reply #49 »
Winner number 13 Aljezeera



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