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2010 Queen's Plate: Which Contender Will Step Forward To Meet Her Majesty?

The Queen’s Plate is not going to be an easy race to handicap this year as thirteen horses all try ten furlongs for the first time. In the mix you have one maiden (Vicar Street), two fillies (Roan Inish, Moment of Majesty), three Sam-Son Farms colts (Dark Cloud Dancer, Giant’s Tomb, Hotep) and a distinct lack of pace Read More

 

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Hotep and Roan Inish ran versus the best challenges with Mobilizer and D's Wando later.

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