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Presious Passion Heads Sheema Classic

Pat Generazio’s front-running Presious Passion figures to carry them a long way March 27 in the Dubai Sheema Classic Sponsored by Guangsha Group (UAE-I). The $5 million turf race has drawn a full slate of 16 runners ready to go 1 1/2 miles over the new Meydan turf course. The race has an Eastern Daylight post time of approximately 12:35 p.m. Read More

 

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Presious Passion had nothing yesterday. He's a better horse than that.
William Buick got Dar Re Mi to settle early in the race, and she just got a beautiful trip in the 2010 Dubai Sheema Classic. Spanish Moon closed very strongly as well, but Dar Re Mi had enough left in the tank to run on by him. Then Spanish Moon got nailed, in a photo, right at the wire by Buena Vista for second. Presious Passion, as usual, ran himself right out of any chance of winning this race again. Golden Sword, a front runner himself, went out with Presious Passion, and stayed just about 2 or 3 lengths off of him to challenge the pace. But by the time the field hit the 400 meter mark, Presious Passion was DONE, and faded to dead last. Finishing 16th out of 16 starters. For the record, even though P.P. ran a great race against Conduit in the 09' B.C. Turf, getting quality races like that out of him has become a real rarity of late. Because of his running style, I have never, and will never bet dollar one on this horse. TJMO.

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