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Yep! It was NOOR. I was looking at the list of winners, and thought it was interesting that Kayak II set the record of 2:01:40 in 1939, Seabiscuit lowered it by 1/5 the following year, and it stood until the last winner owned by Charles Howard broke it 10 years later.
Blue Jeans wrote:John Henry - '81 & '82.swale1984 wrote:Seabiscuit set the race record for the Big Cap in his renowned victory. It was a record that stood until which horse broke it?
No...the record didn't stand that long!
- Fri Feb 28, 2014 10:43 am
- Forum: Breeding & Sales
- Topic: Will Take Charge & the UBS "unsoundness"
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Could it be that WTC has just managed to win the genetic lottery and gotten the best of both parents? Maybe there was enough correctness in TCL to balance out the incorrectness from UBS.