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Booby Bec

Jessie Duke

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Wow!   Did anyone see the run of this horse last night.  Horses should't be able to do what it did at the start and still win over 1700 metres.  2 year old of the season already!!

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5 minutes ago, Booby Bec said:

Wow!   Did anyone see the run of this horse last night.  Horses should't be able to do what it did at the start and still win over 1700 metres.  2 year old of the season already!!

Went nice.

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2 hours ago, Booby Bec said:

Wow!   Did anyone see the run of this horse last night.  Horses should't be able to do what it did at the start and still win over 1700 metres.  2 year old of the season already!!

Impressive performance, especially at Alexandra Park which is a front-runners' track, difficult to come from behind because of home bend there which is bad. I have not heard of the horse before last night so know nothing about it, but if it can do that it Auckland will be hard to beat at fairer tracks like Addington and Ashburton. Perhaps he is the next Purdon superstar?

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3 hours ago, Booby Bec said:

Wow!   Did anyone see the run of this horse last night.  Horses should't be able to do what it did at the start and still win over 1700 metres.  2 year old of the season already!!

Im sure the conspiracy theorists on here would say there was team driving by AS team, alas no case this time. They certainly punted it after last weeks inglorious effort. Well done to them

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3 hours ago, Thejanitor said:

Impressive performance, especially at Alexandra Park which is a front-runners' track, difficult to come from behind because of home bend there which is bad. I have not heard of the horse before last night so know nothing about it, but if it can do that it Auckland will be hard to beat at fairer tracks like Addington and Ashburton. Perhaps he is the next Purdon superstar?

Jesse Duke was the top priced yearling at the sales of that year. Bought buy Jean Feiss, well known owner and former Aussie trainer.

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10 hours ago, 2Piper said:

Jesse Duke was the top priced yearling at the sales of that year. Bought buy Jean Feiss, well known owner and former Aussie trainer.

That is interesting information, thank you. 

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On 3/15/2018 at 10:48 PM, Swede said:

Stunning . . . and a bit worrying. Reminded me of Elsu sitting three wide and winning the Hunter Cup on his ear. 

Though Elsu never won a race as a 2 year old.

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