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Holy Bull: An Enduring Legacy of Brilliance | America's Best Racing
Paul Nolan up. Balooga Bull became the first horse in the history of Assiniboia Downs to win three straight Gold Cups on Saturday night and he did it the hard way, forcing a suicidal pace before powering away to win the 57th running of Manitoba's most prestigious race for 3-year-olds and up. Five exceptional horses have won back-to-back Gold Cups at Assiniboia Downs since , but none have been able to make it three in a row. Trained by Ardell Sayler for owner Paul Brandt, and ridden in all 21 of his lifetime starts by Paul Nolan, Balooga Bull now stands alone in the history books not only as the winner of three consecutive Gold Cups, but as the only horse to win the race three times.
Balooga Bull jumped out of the gate quickly in front of archrival Magic D' Oro and three other rivals on Saturday night, but Magic D' Oro quickly surged to an open lead with new rider Alexis Batista. Tracking a fast pace of In their previous two meetings, the Wheat City and R.
Speers, Balooga Bull had set the pace inside under pressure from Magic D' Oro and given that one the slip late on the turn for home. In both those races Magic D' Oro had minor early trouble and was forced to play catch up, losing by three-quarters of a length in the Wheat City and a neck in the R. The tables were turned on Saturday. A clean break and Magic D' Oro was on the lead.
There would be no excuses this time. Balooga Bull moved to force the issue from the outside down the backstretch and the dynamic duo headed swiftly towards the turn for home. I'm like, we're a little early man, but I guess he knew what he was doing and I didn't. Balooga Bull took a head lead into the final turn after six furlongs in Balooga Bull couldn't give Magic D' Oro the slip in late turn this time, but he had him by half a length as they turned for home and got him for good at the eighth pole. After a mile in The slight favourite at post time, Magic D' Oro gave it a valiant try for trainer Rob Atras and owners Martin Yeroschak and Barry Arnason, but he was clearly second best on this day.
Canterbury Park shipper Red Zeus faded to finish fifth and last.