The calm after the Seymour Cup frenzy.CHALPAT SONTI November 9, 2012 4:36am
Last week’s Seymour races might have been a low-key affair compared to the recent Cup meeting but there was some competitive action on track all the same.
That included in the Centrebet Fire Up Handicap over 2015m.
Here the field gets away to an even start, but at the business end Mr Consolidator is joining in with the winning run down the outside and even has time to look at the camera as Chris Nicoll pilots him to victory in a tight finish with runner-up Yuka Joy on his inner.
Mr Consolidator has time to look at the camera as he holds off Yuka Joy in the Centrebet Fire Up Handicap at Seymour.
Mr Consolidator (pink cap, outer) and Yuka Joy on its inner settle down to fight out the Centrebet Fire Up Handicap at Seymour.
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