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Stone of Folca

How many owners can say they owned a horse who made history?

What is even more impressive is that the racehorse was in the Folkestone Racecourse Owners Group syndicate costing £499 a year!

Stone of Folca and Jockey Luke Morris galloped into the history books on Derby Day at Epsom on 2nd of June 2012 in front of the Queen to win the Epsom Dash in blistering style smashing the world record for the fastest 5f electronically recorded and from a wide draw in stall 2!  He raced into the history books in 53.69 seconds.

This son of Kodiac joins Olympic legend Usain Bolt, the fastest man on the planet over 100m in a ground breaking 9.58 seconds and RAF Wing Commander Andy Green who broke the landspeed record in the Nevada Desert driving Thurst SCC as Guinness World Record Holders.

Prior to this Stone of Folca had provided a win at his home track Folkestone and two successful trips to Royal Ascot no less.

 

Stone of Folca win Epsom Dash June 20122
Stone of Folca winning the dash picture
Stone of Folca owners Epsom Dash win

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