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6 comments on “Guess Who #34

  1. Oscar Foulkes says:

    That looks a lot like Foveros.

    1. Robyn Louw says:

      Not a bad guess, Oscar (he DOES look a lot like Foveros!), but it’s not him.

      However, this is also an imported horse that went on to race locally, before becoming a top local stallion.

      A small hint is that he started his stud career, then came out of retirement to race for a season, before commencing stud duties again.

  2. Akesh Singh says:

    Great reading.
    Interesting picture of the finish where Al Mufti looks like the winner

  3. Extravagantlyhorseracing says:

    Spanish Pool

  4. wendy says:

    Al mufti

    1. Robyn Louw says:

      Wendy is on the button ! It was a tricky one this week, so well done!

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