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People keeping tell me this horse is ungenuine, but you can't say that the way he's made up ground here," said winning owner Jerry Wright.
Despite his form figures, I don't think this horse is ungenuine.
People thought he was ungenuine in the Hennessy when he wandered about but he was just trying so hard.
Although second on his last three outings, it would be a trifle cruel to accuse the three-year-old of being ungenuine.
With a number of second-placed efforts to his name it would be easy to dismiss War And Peace as ungenuine, but he has shown little to suggest that is the case and can finally get off the mark in the Blue Square Casino Maiden Stakes at Kempton.
He has looked more unlucky than ungenuine and his shrewd trainer Richard Fahey seems to have found him a very winnable opportunity.
Owner Ray Green said: "He has not been ungenuine, he is only just growing into his frame.
He is not at all ungenuine but Kieren said it made a difference at Newmarket.
he has won well, but when he is wrong, he just gets exhausted; he is not ungenuine.
He's not ungenuine but he is the most lazy, laid-back horse and the blinkers certainly helped him.
Fanning said: "He has a few seconds next to his name but he's not ungenuine, he kept bumping into one last year.
holls y s y f But Paul Nicholls (right) always defended his grey against charges of being ungenuine, and a breathing operation before his chasing career began has transformed the sixyear-old into a formidable foe.