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  • #1892
    nore
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    That Jalil might not stay the ten furlongs – the price-tag will be like a milestone around his neck! :biggrin:

    #63875
    Money on
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    He looked a little quirky the last day when Frankie pulled his whip through and imo he looks a jumper.

    #63876
    Shadow Leader
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    He was enormously green at Newbury – Jalil is a big and unfurnished horse.  I have no doubt he will be very nice in time if he progresses but he needs time to fill out IMO as he is a large animal, just a frame still really.

    #63877
    sberrysberry
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    burnt fingers coming up ?

    #63878
    Jim JTSJim JTS
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    won as expected, still looks a bit on the weak side.

    a jumper he is NOT!

    #63879
    RobinFromIreland
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    as an aside, is Fusaichi Pegasus still the most expensive ($4m) yearling sold that won a G1?

    Who knows what will happen with The Green Monkey? At least Jalil won a race.

    #63880
    CarryOnRacing
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    I was at Ripon yesterday, the horse itself looks fantastic he is enormous and very imposing.<br>On the track itself he is a different story, ‘quirky’ as someone put below is probably the correct word and he was given a big scare by Fantastic Morning in the final furlong. He is entered in the King Edward at Royal Ascot and needs to improve tremendously.

    #63881
    Librettist
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    It was no surprise Jalil failed to impress on the undulations at Ripon. Even on a flat track like Newbury in his previous race he hung and was unbalanced. I don’t think we’ll see the best of him for quite a while yet, but how good that might be is anyone’s guess.

    Ironically enough, Fantastic Morning is a Godolphin cast-off who joined Mark Johnston as a 3yo and who was presumably thought not good enough to race in their colours.

    (Edited by Librettist at 11:41 am on June 7, 2007)

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