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Old 01-26-2018, 09:31 PM   #6
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The Pegasus, more than Dubai will ensure the Big Cap never returns. Why not run when you get all that money for just showing up?

Just what racing needs, a miserable excuse of a race put on miserably. GP has run 10 furlong races before. There is no excuse for the flippant way GP runs its business. Timing races is not an added bonus.

The Pegasus is not doing anything for American racing - just a handful of stables.

It is a sham and a not a solution to anything. It is just Franky thinking only about Franky again. SA is in trouble because of its own stupid management and ownership. And frankly, who cares? SA is NOT the center for the racing world, no matter what Franky tells you. Those days are long gone, along with real race horses who could run in both the Big Cap and Dubai. This rewards those who are scared to race their horses.
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