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Salisbury's path to Subzero race caller Adam Crettenden can attest to the great bond that existed between Graham Salisbury and his great mate Subzero.

Crettenden met with Salisbury 11 times over a six-month period in preparation for his 2016 book Subzero - More than A Melbourne Cup Hero, and the following are a few excerpts from his story that outline Salisbury's now famous coming together with the 1992 Melbourne Cup winner.


Graham Salisbury was born in 1944 into a racing family. His father Jack was a jumps jockey and Graham was always destined to do something with horses. "I had a crack at riding but I knew I was going to get too heavy," he said.

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Article written by: Andrew Eddy

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