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Milton's Choice

Milton's Choice is a retired British racehorse specialising in distances of between 5 and 7 furlongs. Born in 2003, Milton's Choice has raced on 16 occasions with 2 wins and 2 places, ridden on 8 occasions by up and coming amateur jockey Nick Shackleford. The career of the horse has been plagued with injury. The horse has been gelded so clearly will not be used as a vestibule for breeding.


The son of Diktat and Startosa (by Soviet Star).


Was sold at the Tatterstalls sales for 7000 guineas in 2003 and subsequently for 2600 guineas in 2004.


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