Glen Boss has been on fire this spring both in the saddle and with his predications, and the champion jockey has once again made a bold forecast.
The three-time Melbourne Cup winner was bang on when anticipating his mount Sir Dragonet would be the hardest to beat if the track was wet for last Saturday’s Cox Plate.
A week earlier he’d tipped the top-two in The Everest, anticipating it was a two-horse race between the eventual winner Classique Legend and his ride Bivouac, who finished first and second respectively.
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Article written by: Kate Watts