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Juddmonte Farms Nov 3
EXPERT EYE is a fourth generation Juddmonte homebred. All seven horses in the first three generations of the dam side of his pedigree are homebred - Exemplify, Dansili, Quest To Peak, Danehill, Hasili, Distant View and Viviana
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Laura King لورا كنج Nov 3
Brilliant run by Thunder Snow; what a super horse he is.
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Churchill Downs PR Nov 3
Official attendance - 70,423.
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Laura King لورا كنج Nov 4
Thunder Snow ate up everything last night and is "bouncing" this morning. Returns to Dubai in a week or so and will get a good break once he's there.
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BIRDIE Nov 3
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#SU22 Nov 24
We came, we saw, we conquered. GS-Who? 🔥 - Next up: SWAC Championship. 💙💛💜
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Emily Gaskin Nov 3
Everyone has their opinions but i think we could all agree that harness racing sure could learn a lot from The Breeders Cup coverage on how to cover a big racing event!
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Juddmonte Farms Nov 3
Enable wins!!!!! Seventh Gr.1 victory (across four countries) for this incredible homebred filly 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆
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monnie❗️ Nov 25
Slime shit I’m on now🧪
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Destini Makenzie🦋 Nov 24
bad but she modest✨
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Merriebelle Stable Nov 3
Blue Prize has been such a blessing to us this year. Huge thank you to and for a classy 4th place finish in the . Blue has been such a blast to have in our stable and we're excited to see what's in store for the coming year.
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David Manton Jan 19
i wouldn't follow him in the fashion stakes but He knows a likely winner when he sees one
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Nicole Russo Nov 27
Champion and winner Abel Tasman, who was retired following Distaff, will be offered as a broodmare prospect at , auction company has just announced. More details to follow at .
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Daily Racing Form Nov 13
MG1W Roaring Lion has been named Horse of the Year and / Turf winner Enable has been named champion older horse as trainer John Gosden dominated the Cartier Awards honoring Europe's top horses Tuesday night in London.
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Penelope P. Miller Nov 4
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Dave Portnoy Nov 3
I have the winner in the classic. You’re welcome. .
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nea Nov 25
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Alex Evers Nov 6
One of my fav shots Bc week. I call this "City of no Light" Shot at 1/30th @ 200mm f2.0 at iso 6400. defying the rules of handholding heavy glass!! Im so happy City of Light was able to give his first win!!!
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Thoroughbred Idea Foundation Nov 5
7 of 14 races had an effective win pool takeout of 19% or higher when factoring in breakage. Win pool breakage totalled just shy of $373,000.
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Emmet Kennedy Nov 3
She travels the world, takes on the best each country has to offer... and beats them all. Enable, trained by a genius, owned by a breeding legend and ridden by one of the best ever. Enable, without question, the worlds BEST horse
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