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    binär optionen für anfänger Absolutely delighted for Nathaniel. He was unlucky to be around at the same time as Frankel as he was a star himself so great that he can get one over on his old nemesis! He has a massive future ahead of him as a stallion and that filly is pure class.

    no deposit option binary I know that he did not win his trial at Chester, lost to Treasure Beach who was desperately unlucky not to win the Epsom Derby along with the Irish Derby, but, Why didn’t Nathaniel run in the Derby? Was he injured or Gosden chickened out? In hindsight, was it a bad idea considering that he beat Derby/Arc winner Workforce?

    binäre optionen besteuerung This filly will take some beating from 12 furlongs +. Not sure what she will be like on good and good to firm but by god she stays. St Leger? Now that that race, rightfully no longer clashes with the big weekend in Ireland, Doncaster ought to get their fingers out and make St Leger relevant again with the kind of stallions like Nathaniel and Sea The Stars (maybe not so much him) and Champs Elysee (who really wasn’t given much of a chance as a flat stallion at middle -long distances) Beat Hollow is a dual purpose stallion and the new owners of him ought to be enlightened by Wicklow Brave’s ability to win the Irish St Leger.

    want to learn about forex trading I keep saying this over and over. The Stayers Triple Crown of Ascot Gold Cup, Goodwood Cup (now a Group 1) and Doncaster Cup should be made relevant. Donny has a nice flat track and could give a 16f horse a chance to get the trip. More prize money. It would help the St Leger card along with the Fillies St Leger

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    option binaire avis Absolutely delighted for Nathaniel. He was unlucky to be around at the same time as Frankel as he was a star himself so great that he can get one over on his old nemesis! He has a massive future ahead of him as a stallion and that filly is pure class.

    purchase Viagra in Thornton Colorado I know that he did not win his trial at Chester, lost to Treasure Beach who was desperately unlucky not to win the Epsom Derby along with the Irish Derby, but, Why didn’t Nathaniel run in the Derby? Was he injured or Gosden chickened out? In hindsight, was it a bad idea considering that he beat Derby/Arc winner Workforce?

    This filly will take some beating from 12 furlongs +. Not sure what she will be like on good and good to firm but by god she stays. St Leger? Now that that race, rightfully no longer clashes with the big weekend in Ireland, Doncaster ought to get their fingers out and make St Leger relevant again with the kind of stallions like Nathaniel and Sea The Stars (maybe not so much him) and Champs Elysee (who really wasn’t given much of a chance as a flat stallion at middle -long distances) Beat Hollow is a dual purpose stallion and the new owners of him ought to be enlightened by Wicklow Brave’s ability to win the Irish St Leger.

    I keep saying this over and over. The Stayers Triple Crown of Ascot Gold Cup, Goodwood Cup (now a Group 1) and Doncaster Cup should be made relevant. Donny has a nice flat track and could give a 16f horse a chance to get the trip. More prize money. It would help the St Leger card along with the Fillies St Leger

    Totally agree with everything you say (how nice to be able to type that!!). Nathaniel was the best middle-distance horse that year by some distance and of course went on to hose up in the King Edward and then the King George. He would almost certainly have won that Derby. I guess JG felt he wasn’t quite ready after that trial.

    I’ve been saying for years that if racing REALLY wants to get people following it, there has to be narrative. Nobody is interested in watching Liverpool V Barcelona in a pre-season friendly unless they support the two teams. Put the same fixture in the context of a Champions League Final and it will be watched by billions. Look at the blinking Darts! A few years ago none of us cared (many still won’t) but they have created the Premier League, added a few more tournaments to the TV schedule and now millions watch it on TV and they fill arenas with pissed-up fans. Those of us that love racing anyway don’t really care because we just…well…love racing and we know all the history and we know that there IS a context for those of us that follow it year in year out. But your average Joe needs a reason to watch it other than to lose a couple of quid and get shit-faced.

    Anyway – كيف تربح المال من البلوج Enable has the world at her feet after that. Will be interesting to see if anything comes out of tomorrows race that can match her………

    "this perfect mix of poetry and destruction, this glory of rhythm, power and majesty: the undisputed champion of the world!!!"

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    Absolutely delighted for Nathaniel. He was unlucky to be around at the same time as Frankel as he was a star himself so great that he can get one over on his old nemesis! He has a massive future ahead of him as a stallion and that filly is pure class.

    Frankel follows his old buddy into the English classic winners enclosure tomorrow with Cracksman :good:

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    You’ll have to change the name of this Thread Joni
    Why Frankel and Nathaniel Will Rule The World.. :wink:
    They are going from strength to strength and tomorrow it’s Frankel’s turn to bring home the Classic Winner with Eminent :heart: Jac

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    So near and yet so far. But they both ran crackers and showed themselves to be Group 1 colts. I know people will say the winner benefitted from the fast pace but I wouldn’t be surprised if he repeated it next time. A mile and a half will certainly be his minimum trip whereas I think we might see the runner-up in the Eclipse next time. As for the Frankel’s – I think they both stayed and they will probably both head to the Curragh where, with a bit more of a galloping track and a bit more experience under their belts, they will hope to reverse the form.

    "this perfect mix of poetry and destruction, this glory of rhythm, power and majesty: the undisputed champion of the world!!!"

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    The Frankel – Zakarva filly has been named Zarkamiya
    https://twitter.com/Frankel1313/status/872415701717327873

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    Thanks for that LD…she looks the spitting image of her dad as far as markings go but have only seen the distant photo. What a beauty :heart:

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    Fabre set to give Finche his second start in a Listed race (2:55pm) at Compiegne on Monday where he is due to defend his unbeaten record against Al Shaqab’s Afandem (a son of Zoffany who is two from two) trained by Fabre’s great rival JC Rouget.

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    Has Frankel got any two year olds running at Ascot?

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    Not heard of any but then I don’t think he has had as many 2 yr old runners out at this time when compared to last year

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    Only the Chesham entries are outstanding, Westerland (only winner to date from 3 runners) may be entered in that.

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    Thanks.

    Maybe the lack of runners if an increasingly temperament problem with his stock… does seem a bit odd that he’s had so few runners so far?

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    Both 2 year olds entered for the Chesham. So Frankel has 16 runners entered at Royal Ascot this week.

    "this perfect mix of poetry and destruction, this glory of rhythm, power and majesty: the undisputed champion of the world!!!"

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    I assume that there must be plenty of 2 yr olds that are ready to run but were just not ready early enough to get a prep run into them before Ascot and thus they decided to give them more time.

    I would imagine that we will see more coming out in the run up to (and beyond) Newmarket’s July festival, if we don’t see a significant number out by the start of August then the temperament issue may bare closer scrutiny but then again the old man himself didn’t grace us with his presence until 13 August of his 2 yr old season.

    Must say I am looking forward to seeing Mark Johnston’s colt Elarqam (by dual 1000g guineas winner Attraction), the Zakarva filly Zarkamiya, Midday’s half sister Sun Maiden and it will also be interesting to see how Sir Mark Prescott gets on with his Frankel colt White Guard.

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