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Oh Susanna, who made history when becoming the first 3yo filly to win the Met in over 100 years last year, failed to live up to the hype of a double bid last month and could only finish seventh and 3,80 lengths behind Rainbow Bridge in the big Gr1.

Oh Susanna – was lame after Met (Pic – Chase Lebenberg Potography)

Trainer Justin Snaith has subsequently reported that the reigning SA Horse Of The Year returned cut into on the right hind and was lame 3/5. It is not known whether she will run in the SA Champions Season in KZN.

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