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Offline j.r.b.

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O.P. « 2018-Feb-27, 08:00 PM »
Retired.

Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2018-Feb-27, 08:06 PM Reply #1 »
Joking??

Offline j.r.b.

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« 2018-Feb-27, 08:13 PM Reply #2 »
😜

Do I look like I'm joking, Jeff?

Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2018-Feb-27, 08:16 PM Reply #3 »
I thought you might have been j.r.b.

As you are always such a bundle of laughs. : :bdn: :bdn:

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« 2018-Feb-28, 10:05 PM Reply #4 »
Word is his fee will be $50,000+GST.

Wouldn't be surprised if it's a tad higher.

Newgate says there's been more interest in him than they had first season for Deep Field.

Deep Field served 257 mares that year.

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« 2018-Feb-28, 11:32 PM Reply #5 »
I've merged the two Russian Revolution threads.

Given he is now at stud we are under the Breeding banner.

They never really were cagy about it - he was always headed to stud.

How ironic that he won the same group 1 race as his father Snitzel.

You hear people talk of certain races being "sire makers".

Well what about the Oakleigh Plate!

Going back to 1980 you had:

Snippets
Fastnet Rock
Snitzel
Starspangledbanner and now
Russian Revolution



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« 2018-Feb-28, 11:39 PM Reply #6 »
....should make for some interesting names of the offspring.......


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