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Rekindling $21
Aloisia $26
Johannes Vermeer $26
Almandin $31
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No horse who ran in that race an hour ago, will win next year!
Remember, it might take intelligence to be smart , but it takes experience to be wise
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If Trump goes troppo ( or more troppo) there may be no race next year !
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I am gonna have $5 on MISSROCK
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Originally posted by max manewer max manewer wrote:

If Trump goes troppo ( or more troppo) there may be no race next year !


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Originally posted by Magnolian Khan Magnolian Khan wrote:

I am gonna have $5 on MISSROCK
Robbie will have her ready

Take the early quinella with So Si Bon
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Kobalt (GER) at $31 looks appealing
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Originally posted by Smoke and Mirrors Smoke and Mirrors wrote:

Kobalt (GER) at $31 looks appealing

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PINOT could win the 2018 Melbourne Cup.
She is one heck of a stayer.
May not need to look for internationals next year. May have just seen the winner today in the Oaks.
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Originally posted by Redemption Redemption wrote:

PINOT could win the 2018 Melbourne Cup.
She is one heck of a stayer.
May not need to look for internationals next year. May have just seen the winner today in the Oaks.

Has the pedigree to win it
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A mare won’t win it
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Makybe Diva foaled 21 March 1999 ( 2003 ) Rekindling foaled 23 March 2014 ( 2017 )

Rekindling carried 1 kgs under WFA as a March UK 3yo or a February Australian 3yo.

So, he carried the equivalent of 57.5 kgs.

Makybe Diva carried 51.5,  5 kgs under WFA at 1st cup, carried 55.5 to her second cup a rise of 4 kgs and 2kgs under WFA.

Basically Rekindling would be entitled to receive 1 kg under WFA next season, 57.5 kgs.






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Given rekindling’s age and the fact that he is lightly raced he also has the potential to develop further as he gets older.

Provided they keep him in long distance races and do not race him too often then he could be quite a force for a while.

There must obviously be the possibility to retire him to stud but the trend seems to be to keep entires in training longer unless they are a classic winner.
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That would make for an interesting event !
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If you want to bet early, back a Monsun or Llyod Williams owned 3 & 4yo horse from UK that hasn't raced here yet. 
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Originally posted by Gee Gee Gee Gee wrote:

If you want to bet early, back a Monsun or Llyod Williams owned 3 & 4yo horse from UK that hasn't raced here yet. 


Has Lloyd purchased any yet?
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I like Rekindling.  Early days though
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wow this is a early start



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Lexus to be announced as the new sponsors
Have signed a 5 year deal with VRC
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Lexus has been unveiled as the new naming rights sponsor of the Melbourne Cup, taking over from Emirates.

The Victoria Racing Club announced the deal on Tuesday morning with Lexus now the Principal Partner of Australia's most famous race for the next five years.

"As the custodian of Australia's greatest sporting and cultural icon, we are incredibly pleased and thrilled to link the Melbourne Cup with a visionary luxury brand like Lexus," said VRC Chairman Amanda Elliott.

"Sharing this extraordinary event with Lexus is something we are really looking forward to."

The Lexus deal also includes sponsorship of the Melbourne Cup Tour, the Melbourne Cup Parade and the Melbourne Cup Barrier Draw plus the headline marquee in the Birdcage Enclosure.

Lexus has been a partner of the VRC for the past 14 years and chief executive Scott Thompson said the premium car brand is delighted to increase its presence.

"The A$6.25 million Lexus Melbourne Cup is a truly spectacular event and the focal point of the Melbourne Cup Carnival. Lexus is honoured to be announced as the naming rights partner - the VRC perfectly aligns with our values of exhilarating experiences, innovation and sophistication," he said.

"Together with the VRC, Lexus will continue to push the boundaries to pioneer exciting touchpoints and events for patrons on and off course. We look forward to driving the Melbourne Cup Carnival to even greater heights."
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STRIKE WHILST THE IRON IS HOT

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ANSHIN 11R

THE HANSHIN DAISHOTEN(G2)


March 18, 2018, 3000m, Turf Firm, Cloudy, Post time 15:35
INT DSN, Special Weight, 4-Year-Olds & Up, Open Class, Value of race: 128,820,000 Yen


1st2nd3rd4th5thtotal
Added Money (Yen)67,000,00027,000,00017,000,00010,000,0006,700,000127,700,000
Stakes Money (Yen)784,000224,000112,000001,120,000
Total (Yen)67,784,00027,224,00017,112,00010,000,0006,700,000128,820,000

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1stRainbow Line(JPN)Stay Gold
Regenbogen
French Deputy
Rainbow Fast
Yasunari Iwata
Hidekazu Asami
Masahiro Mita
Northern Racing
2ndSatono Chronicle(JPN)Heart's Cry
Toupie
Intikhab
Turpitude
Yuga Kawada
Yasutoshi Ikee
Satomi Horse Company Co. Ltd.
Northern Racing
3rdClincher(JPN)Deep Sky
The Fates
Brian's Time
Miss Shagra
Yutaka Take
Hiroshi Miyamoto
Koji Maeda
Hirayama Bokujo
4thAlbert(JPN)Admire Don
Folklore
Dance in the Dark
Andes Lady
Yuichi Fukunaga
Noriyuki Hori
Masamichi Hayashi
Northern Farm
5thCurren Mirotic(JPN)Heart's Cry
Star Mie
A.P. Indy
Caerlina
Kenichi Ikezoe
Osamu Hirata
Takashi Suzuki
Northern Racing
6thYamakatsu Raiden(JPN)Symboli Kris S
Yamakatsu Orchid
Dance in the Dark
Yamakatsu Suzuran
Kohei Matsuyama
Kaneo Ikezoe
H.Yamada
Hiroyasu Yamada
7thShiho(JPN)King Kamehameha
Goko
Danehill
Moment of Truth
Futoshi Komaki
Kazuhide Sasada
Kyowa Farm Co. Ltd.
Kyowa Farm Co. Ltd.
8thMuito Obrigado(JPN)Rulership
Pisa no Graf
Sunday Silence
Shinko Lovely
Yusuke Fujioka
Koichi Tsunoda
Ichikawa Yoshimi Holdings Co. Ltd.
Yoshimi Ichikawa
9thSuper Max(JPN)Reach the Crown
Leveton
Malibu Moon
Iftiraas
Isao Yamaguchi
Toshimitsu Kunichi
Katsushi Uchida
Terukazu Araya
10thTomiken Slava(JPN)Taiki Shuttle
Taiki Clara
Dehere
Taiki Crystal
Shinichiro Akiyama
Masahiro Takeuchi
Kenji Togashi
RRA Co. Ltd.
11thKoei One Man(JPN)Jungle Pocket
Joten Celeb
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Miyagi Minoru
Hirofumi Shii
Yoshihiko Kawamura
Yoshihiro Kugita
Minoru Tagami


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Good to see him win, if only in a handicap, after falling fairly short in a series of Group 1 races.
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Maybe its a bit early and even more speculative but 2015 and 2017 Melbourne Cup placegetter Max Dynamite runs today in the G2 Yorkshire Cup along with 2016 runner Wicklow Brave.
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https://www.racingpost.com/news/latest/melbourne-cup-a-potential-target-for-runaway-chester-cup-winner-magic-circle/332107

Melbourne Cup a potential target for runaway Chester Cup winner Magic Circle

By David Baxter

Convincing Chester Cup winner Magic Circle could be heading to Australia at the end of the year, with the Emirates Melbourne Cup a potential target.

The six-year-old ran away with the valuable handicap by six lengths on the Roodee last week, to the delight of his exuberant owner Marwan Koukash, who was winning the race for the fourth time.

In the immediate aftermath, Koukash indicated a Group race would be sought for Magic Circle, in order to qualify for Australia's biggest race, and trainer Ian Williams reaffirmed those intentions on Saturday.

Magic Circle is a 5-1 chance for Thursday's Group 3 Matchbook VIP Henry II Stakes at Sandown, and that race is a probable destination. Williams said: "It's fairly likely he'll go to Sandown, he seems to have come out of the race [at Chester] really well. The Melbourne Cup is a plan we're making, and to do that he needs to have Group form."

Koukash's last Chester Cup win was in 2014 with Suegioo, who, after his Chester success, went to Newcastle for the Northumberland Plate where he was beaten by another of the owner's runners in Angel Gabrial.

The same path is unlikely for Magic Circle, as Williams added: "I'm not convinced the Northumberland Plate will suit him now it's on the all-weather."

Williams also harbours concerns that the Sky Bet Ebor, in which Magic Circle finished a fine fifth last year, might not offer a sufficient stamina test.

In what proved to be some inspired sales shopping, Williams provided Koukash with a Chester double, courtesy of Restorer, who like Magic Circle, was making his debut for the yard

The six-year-old could now be York-bound. Williams said: "Restorer will need a little bit more time between his races. The handicapper has been fair [5lb rise] and we'd be looking at the John Smith's Cup."

Reflecting on the brace of victories, the trainer added: "It was great for the yard and the team as the Chester Cup's a great race to win and it was testament to their hard work that both horses won on their debut for us."



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