No luck for Bosra Sham as PILSUDSKI beats Derby winner Benny The Dip in the 1997 Coral-Eclipse

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  • Racing TV published this video item, entitled “No luck for Bosra Sham as PILSUDSKI beats Derby winner Benny The Dip in the 1997 Coral-Eclipse” – below is their description.

    Pilsudski was the highest-ranked older horse of 1997 in the International Classifications with a rating of 134, supplementing success in this race, the Irish Champion Stakes, Champion Stakes and Japan Cup with second places in the King George and the Arc de Triomphe.

    Meanwhile, 20 years on from this race in 2017, jockey Kieren Fallon admitted that he still thinks about the luckless run endured by Bosra Sham.

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