Metro success looms as Justice arrival massive from the get-go

11 October 2021
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John Justice is still learning exactly what his new stable addition’s got under the bonnet, but it’s a case of so far so good for Mufasa Metro, who looks on course for a heady first few months in his new home state.

A prized Kiwi who won twice in his first 11 outings before being snapped up and shipped across the Tasman, the three-year-old Father Patrick trotter’s a half-brother to Massive Metro ($232,826) and has quickly justified his high price tag in Justice’s hands.

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