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I`ll win that Derby next year

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John Bull's picture
Joined: 14.05.2011

Having lost the Derby in 2011, H.M the Queen is having no more of that cocky French chap standing up on his horse and waving his whip as he galloped past the post. No more 3rd. place for her next year.

So she has instructed Sir Michael Stoute to get her secret weapon in full training for 2012 :-



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Joined: 22.10.2012

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