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Winning the Danish Derby It might only be the Danish Derby, but the winner is still the best horse in Denmark and that doesn't happen by accident. As a jockey there you had to be more handson with the training because of the lack of staff and that taught me a lot. As a jockey in England you'd hardly see a horse except on racedays.


They're a bit harder to train because they're probably a bit brighter than colts, but it becomes natural after a while.

Rear of the year

Serious Attitude really has got a good backside on her now, and for a filly that's a good sign. She's still quite narrow and athletic, but she's got that lovely backside.

Pains in the rear

She's not over-keen or anything, but she likes to race and that always helps, and when she works, she really works, never loafs about, so you don't have to gallop her every week. A few good ones we've had have been pains in the arse, but she has always done everything we've asked.


Rae Guest: "Serious Attitude's got a good backside now"
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Jan 7, 2009
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