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Re: Breed is not faster, Jerry (1085 Views)
Posted by: OPM (IP Logged)
Date: May 01, 2002 04:41AM

I don't understand, if they are getting such great nutrition, why can't they stay around for more than a couple of months? Point Given was good for 4 months last year, Monarchos was good for 3 months, Millenium Wind ran one good race,
AP Valentine never really improved that much. Invisible Ink ran 2 races then has not won since, and the list goes on. If they are getting such great nutrition, medicine etc, then they should withstand their improve performances, and they are not doing it. I hope this year is different but it doesn't seem to be with Siphonic, Officer, Repent gone already and bad lines on HH, Came Home. I am awaiting your read on these horses in the Seminar.



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Breed is not faster, Jerry (1686 Views) OPM 04/30/2002 02:06PM
Re: Breed is not faster, Jerry (1077 Views) nunzio 04/30/2002 02:15PM
Re: Breed is not faster, Jerry (1086 Views) TGJB 04/30/2002 04:40PM
Re: Breed is not faster, Jerry (1085 Views) OPM 05/01/2002 04:41AM
Re: Breed is not faster, Jerry (1105 Views) TGJB 04/30/2002 04:38PM


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