Magic Legend writing his own story
With his fourth successive win in Hong Kong, Magic Legend is providing material for his own legend.
He had to dig a little deeper this time as Strathmore, a top class horse, was coming fast but he stuck to the task and got his run along the rails under the guidance of Douglas Whyte to get the result by half a length. Line Seeker was third.
Earlier there was a very unfortunate accident when Nash Rawiller's mount stumbled, dislodging him and the two riders following Vincent Ho and Karis Teetan. Teetan was cleared to continue riding but Rawiller had to be taken to hospital where he was diagnosed with a dislocated shoulder and a hairline fracture of the ankle. WE wish him a speedy recovery.
We have no patience with the anti-jumps people and their protests: incidents happen on the flat as well and in case they want to attack the flat, there are statistically many more accidents that happen in the paddock or in the wild - they just don't appear on television.
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