Krone’s Delayed Retirement Pays Off

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We are starting to see a lot of updates and recaps in our horse racing news, which adds to the excitement of many of those who love betting in their preferred racebook platform. And in the Listed Glasshouse Handicap, Krone’s delayed retirement pays off. Beginning at $5, Krone burst through at the 200m to beat Sydney guest Special Missile ($5) for her first win since March a year ago.

Krone was prepared however Mick Price in Melbourne and won two stakes races before being sent to coach Tony Gollan for the winter. The arrangement was to get some progressively dark sort before sending Krone to the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sales on July 20.

In any case, Krone has been dashing so well in Queensland it was chosen to battle her for another season. Gollan said Krone would now go for a spell before returning for the Magic Millions jubilee in January.

“The proprietors have endowed her to me for an additional a year and I figure it will pay off,” Gollan said. “She is a perfect pony for the Magic Millions female horses race. Krone has now gotten dark sort in three of her five beginnings here. I wasn’t going to race her today and we had wanted to make a beeline for the Gai Waterhouse at Ipswich one week from now. In any case, when the noms were light for the Glasshouse we chose to run today and it has paid off.”