The famous horse racing

This article is the first in a series of articles about the great country hunting horse racing, Hong Ram. This article takes the horse’s career and its surprising fame, in all difficulties.

As a famous racehorse, for many people, the great national hunting horse racing red Ram came to mind.

This article will frighten this great horse with an amazing career and an incredible story. It will become famous. It is totally against all the difficulties, and few people know it.

In order to understand Hong Lamu’s rich and colorful history, this article is divided into three parts, the first part of which.

Probably the most famous racehorse of all time-Red Ram.

It all started with Rosenara Stud in County Kells, County Kilkenny, Ireland. On May 3, 1965, his majesty, a gray horse named “Qorum” and his dam “Mared”, can be said to be the place where the most famous racehorse was born.

As you can solve now, by using the last three letters of the names of your majesty and the dam, the bay pony is named “red rum”. At the end of the end, it all murdered to the ground, but it was purely coincidental.

Red Rum was bred by sprinter Martin McKinley, hoping that he could eventually evolve into a decent flat racehorse, in fact, in the first race on April 7, 1967 (interestingly, in Aint Here, where he will continue to thrive), he ran on the Thursby plate, where he completed the death fever of a horse named “Curlicue”.

As many famous horse races often do, Hongmu is considered to be the start of a humble runner. The sprint days have been counted.

Unconventional racing begins.

For the price of 400 Guinea, Red Ram was bought by the jockey Tim Maloney, who won by former champion Hedder at the age of one year, and broke in.
However, the red rum will pass from the yard to the yard, a long way from the famous horse racing.

In the end, he was finally owned by a woman named Lulin Sbreton, and his only ambition was to win the championship of the big national team.

It is at this point that great things look forward to Red Rum (often called’Rummy’), but after the 1969/1970 season, he ran 14 times over obstacles and he did not record a single victory. The loss of form is a mystery.

By October 1970, Red Rum started the novice chasing sport, and by the end of the season it had won or was placed in all 13 chasing seasons. Therefore, it seems, or its form has come back.

The course of racing history changed a decision.

However, in the 1971/1972 season, things were not easy. It was a difficult season. Although Redram had two victories in Katrick, people were worried that Yee would play his potential.

Lurline Brotherton made a huge decision. She was frustrated with Red Rum’s mixed race fate and the escalating veterinary bill due to bone disease pedalitis. She entered the channel to participate in Doncaster’s August 1972 sale.

It is a new beginning for the racehorse that will soon become famous.

Therefore, although there are question marks on his health and state, Noel Le Marais paid 6000 Guinea for the money. The seven-year-old boy was about to start his long tenure with the famous car dealer Donald “Ginger” McCain at the Upper Orton Road Stable in Liverpool.

When the summer of 1972 was tight, one would think that a well-known and successful partnership would continue to fall in the next 23 years?

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