SANTA MONICA, CA - FEBRUARY 23: Actor John Hawkes accepts the award for Best Male Lead onstage during the 2013 Film Independent Spirit Awards at Santa Monica Beach on February 23, 2013 in Santa Monica, California.
You really haven't seen the best of him, it's as simple as that. He was always geared to be at his prime as a four-year-old, but that's the nature of the beast and that's the way it is. I'm not complaining, I've just got to work on getting another one (as good).
I'd love to see him racing again for another 12 months, that's when you'd really see the best of him
Just like footballers and cricketers, they get injuries. They've got the potential but cannot live up to it because of the injuries. Horses are no different. It's really unfortunate ... He's as good staying horse as we've trained. He'll never been as good as he was because of the damage done to his lungs.More quotes »
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