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neill d
19 Sep 10 18:48
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What would he realise? Would this be one of the best he's had? This owner likes a gamble on the track, maybe he'll keep him

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potentialmillionaire
When: 19 Sep 10 19:40
Not my department, but yes he'd still be up for sale. I'd guess 800k.

(But I've only really guessed here to try and flush out some other more qualified thoughts!)
By:
Prima Donna
When: 20 Sep 10 19:28
That to me seems a high valuation at 800k,I'd say 450/500k ATM but that does depend on how he goes on this year
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potentialmillionaire
When: 20 Sep 10 19:44
Thanks Prima for that. Yet more example of the madness in our industry. I'm not sure how desirable Temple Meads is, but he sure as hell should be a better prospect than the myriad of foals, yearlings and breeze up horses that go through every year at higher prices than that.
(Thank God he isn't though Laugh)
By:
3132
When: 20 Sep 10 22:56
The owner said after the 2nd race he won he'd consider offers as thats always how he's been when getting decent horses.
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top3 makin ahern and de souza
When: 24 Sep 10 18:53
anyone know who was crazy enough to offer 1.1 million for dandino ?
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neill d
When: 24 Sep 10 23:50
They should have taken it and bought Temple MeadsLaugh
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sageform
When: 25 Sep 10 08:29
Always sell when there is the promise of better to come.
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