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Offline j.r.b.

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O.P. « 2018-Nov-02, 07:51 AM »
This bloke hosed up on debut at Newcastle overnight.

Off season all weather form I know, but that's how his close relative, Enable, kicked off her career, so perhaps not to be sneezed at.

As is clear, he's got some page and he'll have to be very good to uphold the family tradition of exceptional talent.

http://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/kingman-relative-of-enable-a-new-rising-star-on-newcastle-bow/


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« 2018-Nov-22, 08:17 PM Reply #1 »
Beaten at 4/9 at Kempton last night.

Winner might be very, very good. Previously unraced Godolphin colt by Shamardal ex O'Giselle, which makes him a half brother to Albrecht.

Zakouski's his name.

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« 2018-Nov-23, 04:11 PM Reply #2 »
Shadwell had a smart quinella I believe on the all weather.

Amazing how many highly thought of youngsters are now starting off on thise surface.


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« 2019-May-19, 12:06 AM Reply #3 »
After a few false steps, this bloke is back in business, winning a good quality handicap under top weight at Newbury tonight.

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« 2019-Jul-02, 04:04 PM Reply #4 »
Very impressive in winning the G2 Prix Eugene Adam at St Cloud on Sunday.


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