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  • #572
    davidjohnson
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    All of these horses received more than one nomination so rather pointless in adding all the other horses that only received one vote, especially as there is only ten options in the poll.

    #33861
    Aidan
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    Detroit City and no Brave Inca (4 time Grade 1 winner last year including Irish Champion and Cheltenham Champion)….brilliant!!

    #33862
    davidjohnson
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    Show me where Brave Inca received 1 nomination (you could have voted for him), never mind 2.

    #33863
    Aidan
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    Completely right in everything you say…just pointing out what should be blindingly obvious to most!

    #33864
    cormack15cormack15
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    Good stuff DJ – I’m away on business so if you could start threads for the other categories that’d be great. Please leave me out of the poster of the year as it’s not really fair or in the spirit of the thing if I’m involved.

    Thanks DJ.

    #33865
    Mug Punter
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    It has to be Young Mick. From winning a Class 7 claimer on the AW in January to the Group 3 Cumberland Lodge at Ascot in September. That’s some improvement! :o :o :o :o :o :o :o

    #33866
    empty walletempty wallet
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    My nomination didn’t make it, so nb would be Kauto Star, a very impressive horse so far and will, in all probability, continue in this vien with a win in the KG

    #33867
    graysonscolumngraysonscolumn
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    Say, BurroughHill, it doesn’t look like our wee pets Spotthedifference and Mr Dow Jones are going to get a look in, does it….. :(  ;)

    Jeremy<br>(graysonscolumn)<br>

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

    #33868
    BurroughhillBurroughhill
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    Hehe, sadly no. They’re not hopless romantics on here like we are are they? <br>I’m happy with Ouija Board though. She’s given me a few ‘leap around the living room’ moments in her time.

    #33869
    cormack15cormack15
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    Voting will conclude this saturday evening (23rd) at 6 pm.

    #33870
    cormack15cormack15
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    Voting closed – clear win for the filly.

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