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So You Think

So You Think (foaled 10 November, 2006)[1] is a New Zealand bred, Australian Thoroughbred racehorse. Trained by the legendary Bart Cummings, So You Think is most noted for winning the 2009 Cox Plate[2], Australia's premiere weight for age race, at just his fifth race start. He had won two of his four starts before the Cox Plate, including a Group 3 against his fellow 3-year-olds, and earned a start in the Cox Plate with a solid finish for fifth in the Caulfield Guineas. There was some debate on whether the horse had achieved enough to warrant a start in the Cox Plate, but the Moonee Valley Racing Club decided that he was up to the challenge.

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