Monday , January 18 2021

Cross Counter won the rain soaked Melbourne Cup, one horse was seriously injured



The Cross Counter has ended the two decades of Melbourne Cup frustration with a powerful worldwide stable Godolph, winning the Australian biggest horse racing.

On a rainy track, whose football Kerrin McEvoy drove to Charlie Appleby, a young officer took $ 7.3 million to Marble and Arran's prince.

One of the world's most influential racing games, Godolph, supported by Sheikh Mohammed, has been trying to win the Melbourne Cup since 1998.

Competition has broken, which seems to be a serious injury to the British Galloper The CliffsofMoher midway.

Horse fitness is not known after it broke off from 1,000 to 3200 meters.

Previously, legitimate groups require the boycott of the event by saying the sport has been devastated by the plundering of dead and injured horses.

PETA Australia claims that 119 horses died in Australian songs between August 2017 and July 2018, which is on average almost every third day, including several who suffered from fatal injuries in Melbourne Cup.

McEvoy's third Melbourne Cup

With a $ 9 victory, Cross Counter settled in the other half on the field, but produced a confusing finish to revamp Marmelo.

McEvoy now has three Melbourne Cups winning Brew's breed as a pupil in 2000 and Almandin in 2016.

"I went a little further than I wanted," McEvoy said.

"I had to go to our own path and we were full of running. I wondered if this was happening again?" And look, I'm just lucky that I can drive you to the lovely light of these persistent issues that Godolphin and Charlie Appleby prepared incredibly well. "

Appleby said that it was the training of every trainer to win the Melbourne Cup.

"This is all down to Sheikh Mohammad, he is the one who has given us the incentive to take opportunities for what we do."


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