Frankel: The Wonder Horse (Hardback) £125,000 a pop for his sperm,must be hot. £13.47 @ Book Depository
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Frankel: The Wonder Horse (Hardback) £125,000 a pop for his sperm,must be hot. £13.47 @ Book Depository

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Found 9th Dec 2012
A chance to read about the horse of a life time Frankel,not for everybody but if you dont think its hot then think again,his sperm sells for £125,000 a pop,i bet you cannot command that,most of us males cannot even donate it for free,surely that is hot.haha.


Champions Day, Ascot 20 October 2012, saw Frankel win his 14th race, a 100 per cent win record, and a truly outstanding performance confirming his status as a superstar. Frankel: The Wonder Horse is the complete illustrated story of the world's best racehorse. The book charts the superstar's career from his birth through each of his races to his 'retirement' at Banstead Manor Stud. Frankel set the bar higher than any horse has ever done through utterly memorable performances and the book relives these races and the incredible training feat by Sir Henry Cecil. Assembled from the archives of the Racing Post, the book includes contributions from all his connections as well as a complete record of all his races and full statistics of his phenomenal career. Fully illustrated with stunning photographs from the Racing Post's archives.

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what a fantastic horse, truly the greatest ever to set foot on a racetrack,
also let's not forget he was handled by the master trainer sir h r a cecil
a great combination.

Saw him at York what a horse Loved my Young Gladiator more (my avi)

" £125,000 a pop for his sperm,must be hot."
This should be ...input to Clare Balding with someone
with monster hands.

My sperm is priceless...
No wait.. Worthless...
My sperm is worthless

Champion deal

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what a fantastic horse, truly the greatest ever to set foot on a … what a fantastic horse, truly the greatest ever to set foot on a racetrack, also let's not forget he was handled by the master trainer sir h r a cecila great combination.



If he ran over 1 1/2 miles in the derby/arc we might have had a better idea of his greatness.

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shug119

If he ran over 1 1/2 miles in the derby/arc we might have had a better … If he ran over 1 1/2 miles in the derby/arc we might have had a better idea of his greatness.



Agree,i think the connections were not brave enough campaigning the horse over further,personaly i think he would have won the derby if they took the chance and other top races over further,they were to frightened of him getting beaten and devalueing him as a stallion.shame in a way.

Your right Oinkfactor they were looking after his stud value, I think he would have beaten Camelot in the derby, but we will never know .

Thought not to settle well enough in his early days for 1 mile n half not like that would have stopped him in all probability

shug119

If he ran over 1 1/2 miles in the derby/arc we might have had a better … If he ran over 1 1/2 miles in the derby/arc we might have had a better idea of his greatness.



i do agree he should have at least ran once over the trip, i personally think had he been held on to in the guineas he would 90% have gone for the derby, but as he ran so freely i knew straight away derby was going to be out of the question.
also we might have seen him in the arc had it been good ground, but unfortunately it wasn't to be (shame).
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