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SPORTS

Mutua polishes Ngong with five straight winners

SPORTS By THE SQUIRREL | February 14th 2017
Horses at Ngong Race Course, Nairobi. [PHOTO: COURTESY]

Joe Muya, Bindya Devani and Nur Nuno were consigned to barracks as Onesmus Mutua, wrote his own play at Ngong Race Course on Sunday.

Phrasing five consecutive winners, is quite an accomplishment on any standards. Rifle Range was the lone ranger clawing to save grace in the Gold Circle Tray, for Oliver Gray and Doctor Joe Wanjui.

Ari G ran reasonably, until fading drastically. Notorious could not muster any strength behind Rifle Range, who had cleverly moved far enough away round the Cemetery Bend.

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