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Face Time Bourbon dominates in Belgium

August 4, 2021

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by Thomas Hedlund

Sébastien Guarato-trained Face Time Bourbon (Ready Cash) went to Mons, Belgium on Sunday afternoon and as planned, the dominant 6-year-old played with his opponents.

The $140,000 Grand Prix de Wallonie was on the schedule and Face Time Bourbon started from post 1 behind the gate. The number was the same, but a sloppy track made it dangerous to use the car, so the field lined up and the start went off as if there was a car in front of them.

Gerard Forni | Face Time Bourbon (Eric Raffin) scored an easy win in Belgium on Sunday.

Eric Raffin just focused on letting Face Time Bourbon get away safely the first 200 meters but successively they worked their way towards the front position, which was in Face Time Bourbon’s hands one lap into the race. The rest just looked as usual. Face Time Bourbon has few challengers in the sport right now, at least in Europe and the son of Ready Cash left his opponents with 10 lengths over the home stretch. Face Time Bourbon landed on a mile rate of 1:57.3 over 1.4 miles, on a slow track and he has now crossed the €3,000,000 mark in earnings (approximately $3,562,400)

Ce Bello Romain finished second ahead of Rebella Matters.

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