by Misu Bond ex Smart Ass ( )
A year younger half brother to the Yard's Group Three winning (and overall grand person) Miracle of Medinah, Misu Pete has shown himself to be a consistent Handicapper since he first came into the Yard as a yearling in the Autumn of 2013, winning three times and being placed in five of his 20 races.
He is the archetypal AW horse and his consistency is evidenced by him winning his three races by a neck, a head and a short head. You can see him here in what has been perhaps his best performance when just getting the best of things in a driving finish at Wolverhampton over seven under a fine ride from Darryll Holland.
He ran on a variety of AW surfaces over the Winter of 2016/2017; after a short break over the Spring of 2017 he returned to the track on a competitive mark and ran two promosing races, finishing fourth at Wolverhampton at the beginning of May and then just being touched off in a competitive seven furlong Handicap at Chelmsford at the end of the month, leading over one out before just being caught near the line; if you go here you can see a video of this decent performance. After a slight hiccup when he deposited Nicola Currie on the floor at Wolverhampton he then ran out a decisive winner of a competitive seven furlong Chelmsford handicap in the third week of June; which is here
Running for the first time ever on turf off a similar mark to that he would carry on the aw he then ran out a decisive winner of an equally competitive seven furlong Handicap at Ffos Las in the middle of July, a video of which can be found here
After running consistently on the AW surfaces over the Winter of 2017 he returned to winning ways by decisivly winning a Yarmouth Handicap over a Mile at the beginning of May under a fine waiting ride from Silvestre de Sousa; you can see a video of that race here
Misu Pete's racing form, courtesy Racing Post
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