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Freemason (horse)

Freemason was an Australian racehorse from the early 2000's. He was owned by the Inghams and trained by John Hawkes. His most famous win was the 2003 BMW Stakes where he raced neck and neck down the straight with Northerly and just prevailed. He won AUS$3,482,440.


See also

Millionaire Racehorses in Australia


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