He fractured his hind leg in training last week and was put down...RIP beautiful boy...he had another injury this year in the same leg, he was ready to debut now but that leg fractured... :'(
He's still at the farm. But, will go in a few days to Fair Hill and will start to gallop, as Honor Code, that has made a 7F gallop last week i believe.
what's going with her? where is she? at Ireland or where? :/
Has he raced?
lol. Well, the thing is that I'm not saying that he's going to win. I'm spanish, and I'm with him, sure, because he's a tough horse, he never gives up, he loves his job and will do it as best as possible. But I don't think he'll win...I mean, the 2000 Guineas field always have a big, big level of classy horses, you only have to see Kingman, Toormore, Australia..and Noozhoh...I don't think he's in that level, he's good but not like them. But, who knows, maybe he surprises us :-)
Kingman won't run if the ground isn't soft. That's a point for Noozhoh. I can tell you that he has speed, and a beautiful balance...War Command will run in France, O'Brien said, I think. Australia and Toormore are the toughest horses to beat in my opinion. Noozhoh is great, and if the pace is fast, he will be comfortable. He hasn't tried Newmarket before,I hope he does it great.. as Noozhoh's owners say: we're gonna still dreaming! :-)
he won today his debut as a 3yo, dominating the field. He will travel to newmarket.
how do you know that?
I'm spanish, and ''madrina'' in spanish means godmother and ''padrino'' godfather, nothing bad with those names...
he's back in action after a short break...he'll start his 3yo campaign at Spain...his trainer and owners pretend to run him in the 2000 Guineas
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