Meanwhile, Franklin has promised to shout drinks if his horse wins the All-Star Mile at the Valley on March 13. Franklin is backing the Gai Waterhouse-trained Shout The Bar to get a spot in the race.He stopped by Waterhouse’s stables to meet Shout The Bar, her contender to compete in the $5m race. More than 70 horses are vying for a spot with 10 to be chosen by the public and a further five to get wildcard places.Racing fans can vote to get their favourite horse into the field — and everyone who votes has a chance to become an honorary “owner” of their horse for the day. The owner of the winning horse will take home $250,000, with the others to share the remainder of the $500,000 total prize pool.
To vote, go to allstarmile.com.au
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