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The typically dignified world of horse racing just saw an entertaining blooper — coming straight from Down Under — as this jockey very nearly managed to win from behind, and clearly gained a lot of career exposure. Best of all, the announcers remained entirely serious, and weren’t even the least bit cheeky.

Click above to watch this determined pair come in a proud second — appropriately finishing ahead of the third-place horse, “Modesty.” Then share this video!

Video via Sky Racing.

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