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Southern Empire pleases

Hyderabad: Southern Empire and Gentlemans Deal pleased when the horses were exercised here on Thursday morning (Oct. 18).

Sand:

600m: Bold Blast (Sreekant) 47, 400/30. Not extended.

800m: Benazir (Ali Khan) 57.5, 600/42.5, 400/27. Extended. Birdie (Trainer) 1-1.5, 600/46, 400/30. Easy. Krrish (Laxman) 1-0.5, 600/43.5, 400/28. Moved well. Good Heart (Ravinder) 1-1, 600/45.5, 400/28. Easy. Star Composer (rb), Ice Man (Suresh) 59, 600/44, 400/28. They finished together. Mystic Crown (B. V. Krishnan) 1-2, 400/29.5. Moved on the bit.

1,000m: Gentlemans Deal (Trainer) 1-14, 800/57, 600/42.5, 400/27. Impressed. Southern Empire (Patel), Storm Regent (Suresh) 1-15, 800/56.5, 600/41.5, 400/26.5. Former impressed.

1,200m: Lancashire (Mukesh) (1,600-400) 1-32, (1,600-600) 1-13.5. Pleased. Red Key Point (Chary) (1,600-400) 1-32, (1,600-600) 1-13.5. Moved well.

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