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Noosa Beach Wins Seattle Handicap

Noosa Beach delivered one of the most spectacular performances in Emerald Downs history Sunday with a one-length victory over stable-mate Winning Machine in the $50,000 Seattle Handicap for older horses.

In becoming the first 4-year-old in a dozen years to win the annual kickoff to the Longacres Mile, Noosa Beach was timed in 1:07 to equal the track and state record set by Atta Boy Roy last September in the Chinook Pass Sprint.

Ridden by Ricky Frazier at 118 lbs. Noosa Beach—6-for-6 in sprints—paid $11.40, $5.20 and $3.20.
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Winning Machine was aptly named....Saw him run in September 2009 and he does run like a machine, almost push button

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