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    First ever European winner of the Breeders Cup Turf Sprint.
    Great training performance from Kevin Ryan , and hopefully a boost for northern racing , being trained at Malton.
    Full credit to the owners for sticking with Tom Eaves , as they must have been tempted to choose a top local rider. I thought he gave a great performance in the saddle.

    Ex RubyLight
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    Beautiful performance and well done to connections.
    Also a nice price on the Tote, since she returned 11.2.

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    Brilliant, love Glass Slippers, well done all connections.
    Audarya just battled to a great win for James Fanshawe, his first runner at Breeders Cup!

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    How well did she zip round that bend?!?

    Superb from Glass Slippers and a dream moment for Tom Eaves.

    It’s turning into a great evening for the Europeans.

    Ex RubyLight
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    The O’Brien tricast in the Mile was just too incredible to be true, but I didn’t get it.
    Well done to him J.P. Boudot, also to Dermot Weld, Colin Keane and the rest of the winning bunch.

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    It was also good to see what looked like the old Harris colours carried by Audarya.

    The Tatling Cheekily
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    Congratulations to Glass Slippers, but I much preferred the days of the BC ‘Big 4’ without all these other races tacked on.

    Sprint (Dirt), Mile (Turf), Turf (Turf), Classic (Dirt).

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    Only just seen this glowing tribute to the achievement of Glass Slippers in the States and have to say how much I love her too, I have followed her ever since she beat Battaash in the Abbaye and at the BC she really showed what a gutsy mare she is.

    Can’t wait to see her progeny when she finally retires to stud and just thought what a pairing with Blue Point might produce, a friend of mine checked through both the pedigrees and that match is a possibility. :heart: Jac

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