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    Veteran reclaims share of record Veteran reclaims share of record

    CASH N FLOW

    VETERAN pacer Cash N Flow has reclaimed a share of a record. Proving too slick at Club Menangle last night, Cash N Flow registered... Veteran reclaims share of record

    VETERAN pacer Cash N Flow has reclaimed a share of a record.

    Proving too slick at Club Menangle last night, Cash N Flow registered his 27th victory at the world class venue to equal Tough Monarch’s stance for the most wins around the 1400-metre circuit.

    Sitting on 26 along with Cash N Flow, Don Boston, Under Worked and Drop The Hammer, until Tough Monarch claimed the throne outright when triumphant last February.

    The son of Monarch was retired after his following start, which saw him finish sixth at Group One level.

    Absent from Menangle’s winners’ circle since May 7, 2002, Cash N Flow indicated he was close to being back to his best with a bold frontrunning display.

    With John McCarthy holding the reins, Cash N Flow worked to the front from barrier 10 before completing a two-and-a-half metre success from Star Major.

    Cassius Deck was three-and-a-half metres away third in 1:51.6 over a mile.

    Trained by McCarthy’s daughter-in-law, Belinda, the son of Mach Three took his record to 41 wins and 15 placings from 95 starts for earnings of $677,339.

    “He has been a wonderful horse and to see him grab a hold of the record again is terrific,” Belinda said. “He’s a 10-year-old, but proved again he’s still got plenty of go in him.

    “There are no big plans for him, so he will just keep racing at Menangle and I can’t see any reason why he won’t get at least one more win on the board to take the record for himself.”

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