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    Chubs
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    <br>if you could have any racehorse in the world to own past or present flat or n h who would you have liked for xmas

    for me  ARKLE

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    The Market Man
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    Nijinsky. I’d’ve retired him after the St Leger and let the world go crazy over the unbeatable horse.

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    doyley
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    Hello,

    BRIGADIER GERRARD

    regards,

    doyley

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    davidjohnson
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    Any horse with potential. Nothing more exciting in this game than having to pose the question, ‘I wonder how far he could go’ I’d be happy to have a horse I could say that about whether he was an unbeaten top rated juvenile or a handicap hurdler starting off from a mark of 85.

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    Lovely Lady
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    TIZNOW…….or never, <br>come hold me tight <br>Kiss me my darling, <br>be mine tonight <br>Tomorrow will be too late, <br>it’s now or never <br>My love won’t wait……

    just for you old Chubby….under the mistletoe and all that:biggrin:

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    Sailing Shoes
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    Lochsong

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    Maxilon 5Maxilon 5
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    Dancing Brave…or more prosaically…

    Logie Pert Lad.  Game as a pebble and a world beater at 4f.:biggrin:

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    cormack15cormack15
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    Mill Reef would have been fun but I bet connections of Desert Orchid had a very enjoyable time with him.

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    Racing Daily
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    Shergar for me.

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    PurwellPurwell
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    Steptoe’s "Hercules". <br>I’d probably make more money on the round than backing racehorses!:biggrin:

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    graysonscolumngraysonscolumn
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    Probably something as honest and durable as Xaipete, to be honest – sure to run his race every time and bag a dozen or so victories during a long and admirable career.

    But then we all want different things of our horses, I guess!

    gc<br>

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

    #34364
    Alderbrook
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    Going with my head, Northern Dancer or Sadlers Wells.

    Going with my heart, a certain Ernie Pick owned Champion Hurdle winner.  Even if for just one day.  No, not 1995, but 12 March 1996.  Just so I could jock Dunwoody off and ride a proper ******* race on him!  :angry:

    Not that it bothers me much anymore.

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    bodrumergoths
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    Would have to be moscow flyer for me. :cheesy:

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    Zorro
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    Deep Impact for me. Then I’d send him to Henry Cecil and ask him to aim at  The King George (the real one) the Arc, the Melbourne Cup  the Japan Cup and the Hong Kong Cup.:biggrin:

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    Zorro
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    Or if Henry didn’t fancy the travelling, Luca Cumani.

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