April 9, 2004 at 09:54 #3488
Im Spartacus – second in the 2-y-o claimer looked to have some scope, ran well on his second appearance should be capable of winning in the same class, possibly over further.
Rabitatit – 8f 3-y-o fillies handicap, looked really well in parade ring, always prominent and a bit on the free side, just beaten in a very close finish.
Credit – all-aged maiden over 8f., looked magnificent for his first run, got a bit above himself in the parade ring (coltish and rearing-up and decanting Dane O’Neill) ran wide into the straight, made headway on the outside and showed greeness again when getting to the leaders. A word of caution winner was 100/1 and the second 33’s.
ColinApril 26, 2004 at 13:54 #84999
Im Spartacus was successful in the first at Brighton yesterday, sorry I didn’t bring this to your attention before the race but didn’t have a good day yesterday.<br>I wasn’t really convinced he would be suited by the Brighton track.<br>Did anyone see the race?
ColinMay 2, 2004 at 09:06 #85000
Credit runs in the 4.25 at Newmarket today, a big step up in class with all of the big yards represented, but K.Fallon rides, which must have some significance.
ColinMay 3, 2004 at 13:04 #85002
Wasn’t quite good enough, but ran well to finish third, should certainly be able to win a race.
ColinMay 7, 2004 at 10:38 #85005
Rabitatit runs in the 7.40 Hamilton, has never never run on going as soft as this, but the race is on Sky so you will be able to see how she fares.<br>The stable has yet to have a winner this turf season, but if she copes with the going this could be the first.
ColinMay 8, 2004 at 22:18 #85006GrizzoMember
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<br>HI SEABIRD.<br> Maybe if they get it in the stalls next time out ,it may have a chance, price suggests it had a good chance, at hamilton last night,lets hope so next time it runs.?
bye 4 now….May 9, 2004 at 17:19 #85009
It seems her bridle broke at the start, the lengths they will go to stop us having a winner:biggrin: .May 15, 2004 at 06:50 #85010
Credit runs in the last at Newbury today, Fallon takes the ride again.<br>Well you can’t get a flatter straighter course than Newbury, so unless there is something special amongst the unraced ones, I feel that this should win today.<br>If it doesn’t I promise I will never mention it again, perhaps.
ColinMay 16, 2004 at 09:37 #85014
6/4 a bit disappointing, but it did win, YES!!!
ColinJune 17, 2004 at 11:08 #85015
Rabitatit beaten a short head into second @ 17/2 last night and Credit runs in the last @ Ascot today but has Kinane riding and a high draw to overcome.
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