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Hong Kong Cup Day at Sha Tin MCR (may contain racing)

Not the best of days for the Brits and Irish in Hong Kong, Ryan Moore had a 2nd on Spanish Moon, and the bad boy of racing Kieran Fallon had a 3rd on Presvis trained by Luca Cumani (even though at the moment he's not signed up to any one stable, my money would be on Fallon to be announced as Cumani's stable jockey before the start of next years flat season).

The French wonder horse Vision D' Tat ridden by Olivier Peslier won the Hong Kong Cup. I didn't back it, but I did back the bastard in it's last race, The Arc. I'm not saying it came in late on that occasion, but it did have to tip-toe back to the stable in order to not get laughed at by the other horses.

*mutters "fucking nag" under breath*
bearing

What surface is it run on Dock?
Dock

bearing wrote:
What surface is it run on Dock?


Turf. Massive gambling place. I've heard that more gets bet on one race there than the entire five days of Royal Ascot.  
bearing

Dock wrote:
bearing wrote:
What surface is it run on Dock?


Turf. Massive gambling place. I've heard that more gets bet on one race there than the entire five days of Royal Ascot.


Feck!

So why such a change in the form of the French horsey?
Dock

bearing wrote:
Dock wrote:
bearing wrote:
What surface is it run on Dock?


Turf. Massive gambling place. I've heard that more gets bet on one race there than the entire five days of Royal Ascot.


Feck!

So why such a change in the form of the French horsey?


No big science, it just wasn't it's day at the Arc, and it was a much more competitive field. I think the 1,700,000 prize money from yesterday will have blown any Arc blues away for the stable.  
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Dock

Ace!  

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