“A horse like this, he's a five-year-old gelding, he's got little mileage on the clock and he's got a lot of talent,” Gold said.
“The racing here, A it's fantastic but B there's huge prize money compared to what we have in Europe. To me it makes a lot of sense for him to stay here.
“If he takes to it mentally he's the sort of horse who could win a fair bit of prize money.”
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