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She beat the best Aussie had to offer.

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Let's face it the Aussies don't have much to cheer about these days when it comes to sport.

No wonder they gush over a horse. Most who attended Randwick last Saturday would not have a clue on the merits of who she had beaten, then or in the last year or so. Just as well, we don't want their party ruined do we.

She beat the best Aussie had to offer. Pity the best that Aussie had to offer were absolutely pathetic. Take the WFA Championship of Australasia in 2018, how many Championships can Aussie have? Well Aussie stumped up only one other horse, D'argento. It must have been the second best Aussie had to offer at the time. If not, where were the others. Who were they? 2 Aussie horses in the WFA Championship of their own country. How poor is that?

Author: Khaptingly
Subject: She beat the best Aussie had to offer.

Time: 19/4/2019 10:40:31 PM
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