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  1. #21
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    What time is post time on the US east coast?

    Wow! While there are American runners with an equally impressive bankroll I don't think the win in consecutive G1's so close leaves then in comparison. A Triple Crown win would be it, but still they have 11 weeks for 3 races, this boy is near his 6th in that time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by City Ponies View Post
    What time is post time on the US east coast?
    12am EST

    Check out the other thread "So You Think is the next Phar Lap" for more info.



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    Quote Originally Posted by City Ponies View Post
    What time is post time on the US east coast?

    Wow! While there are American runners with an equally impressive bankroll I don't think the win in consecutive G1's so close leaves then in comparison. A Triple Crown win would be it, but still they have 11 weeks for 3 races, this boy is near his 6th in that time.
    TC is 3 race in 5 weeks.

    Btw, So You Think won the Cox Plate last year also... what was so impressive about that? Well, he was an early season 3yo in Oct 2009. So that's like a northern hemisphere 3yo beating older horses in the nation's biggest WFA race in Mar.... so imagine if the big 'Cap at Santa Anita this last Mar had all the best older horses running in, and Looking at Lucky had entered and won it.



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    Awesome horse! Horses are perfectly capable of racing every day (although success might vary!) IF they are properly conditioned. Very few trainers today know how to condition a horse at all, much less properly condition them for that much work.
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