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Dubai World Cup: Long Flight for Smart Falcon

TRAINER Ken Kozaki has expressed some concern about the condition of his Dubai World Cup second-favourite Smart Falcon after the seven-year-old lost 20kg on his journey from Japan.

Owned by Toru Okawa, Smart Falcon is on a nine-race winning stretch dating back to November 2010 and is the general 5-1 second favourite for the World Cup.

He arrived in Dubai last Thursday and speaking on Wednesday, Kozaki said: "He's a little bit tired after travelling so we're trying to get him back to the best condition.
 
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Older Comments about Dubai World Cup: Long Flight for Smart Falcon...

He put back on 10lbs,and that's the weight he won at..he is doing great,that's the update..
Maybe there is something else wrong with him...

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