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Offline j.r.b.

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O.P. « 2015-Sep-20, 09:13 PM »
Coolmore are known to reserve names for their horses, sometimes for years, to ensure that their good ones are given appropriately impressive and lyrical monickers.

Camelot's a case in point.

That being the case, you'd be entitled to think that their debutante might be winning the opener tonight at Gowran Park.

She's by Galileo, ex the Lockinge winner, Red Evie, who's already thrown the top class Found.

Her name?

"Best in the World".

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« 2015-Sep-20, 09:26 PM Reply #1 »
  :lol:

I have been looking at these races.

They would not name a colt that I do not think.


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« 2015-Sep-20, 09:28 PM Reply #2 »
PPretty Perfect is from a former Aussie based mare. Milanova.

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« 2015-Sep-20, 11:05 PM Reply #3 »
Fair to say that Best in the World ain't that.

Even if Rayisa is better than Treve, they'll still have to re-name the runner up 'Second Best in the World'.

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« 2015-Sep-20, 11:08 PM Reply #4 »
Fair to say that Best in the World ain't that.

Even if Rayisa is better than Treve, they'll still have to re-name the runner up 'Second Best in the World'.
Or maybe "Second Best in Gowran"  :biggrin:

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« 2015-Oct-12, 12:03 AM Reply #5 »
Just broke her maiden, reversing the form with Rayisa, in a listed race at the Curragh.

She's still a long way from living up to her lofty monicker.

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« 2015-Oct-24, 06:29 PM Reply #6 »
I don't think it will be long before Bow Creek Godolphin Import wins a race here going on his stunning first Australian start today he ran the fastest sectionals at every stage of the race but still didn't win...the best run outside of Winx imo.

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« 2015-Oct-24, 07:50 PM Reply #7 »
That was the street corner tip

Offline Gintara

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« 2015-Oct-24, 08:17 PM Reply #8 »
That was the street corner tip

Can't of been that much of a tip, I took $25 on BF and was blowing.

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« 2015-Oct-24, 08:59 PM Reply #9 »
Obviously people like ron dufficy have worse contacts than you.

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« 2015-Oct-24, 10:19 PM Reply #10 »
Where did I claim I did  :what:

One would assume if it was such a tip that it would firm and not be blowing @ $25  :rolleyes:

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« 2015-Oct-24, 10:34 PM Reply #11 »
R8: CRYSTAL MILE (1600m)

Dufficy: Iím going to cop the street corner tip for Bow Creek. Godolphin has had a lot of success with their imported horses first-up here and there is a lot of confidence about Bow Street running well on Saturday. Lucky Hussler will be very hard to beat and Turn Me Loose was sensational winning the Seymour Cup last Sunday and is on the quick back-up here.

I was on lucky hussler fwiw.

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« 2015-Oct-25, 07:49 AM Reply #12 »
He's a good judge Ronnie, still doesn't change the fact it blew like a gale.



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