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Go Ballistic, whom Lockhart bought from Peter Bowen for PS6,000, won nine of his 57 races and was placed 15 times.
Dobbin was in the saddle when Go Ballistic belied his odds of 66-1 in running See More Business to a length in 1999 when the gelding was trained by David Nicholson.
The young Frenchman who was celebrating his 22nd birthday, kicked the turf in disgust and then could only watch as Marlborough went head to head with the brave Go Ballistic.
The United States would go ballistic over the decision, but the current U.
Tony McCoy got an early Christmas present yesterday when the champion jockey landed the valuable Betterware Handicap Chase on Go Ballistic.
Trent Carlini has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show where Oprah herself, after seeing her audience go ballistic over Trent's gyrations and singing ability that literally wooed her audience commented, "The ladies think you're Elvis or something.
GO BALLISTIC, beaten a length in the 1999 Cheltenham Gold Cup, has died after his latest bout of colic.
To be honest at half time I had to go in and just go ballistic, that's the only way to describe it.
If this was suggested in cricket, people would go ballistic.
I am staying remarkably calm, and saying everything is fine, and if it continues to happen for the next four or five weeks, I suppose at some stage I will probably go ballistic," he said following Villa's Carling Cup victory at Scunthorpe.
The Irishman was yesterday booked to ride 50-1 outsider Go Ballistic in the Tote Gold Cup.
Go Ballistic is the sporting bet to land the Pillar Property Chase.
But yesterday, See More Business really was the business under an inspired ride by Mick Fitzgerald to beat 66-1 outsider Go Ballistic in a dash for the line with the favourite Florida Pearl 17 lengths further back in third place.
You can race the EA SPORTS Supercross Series as one of the greats, take it outdoors and go ballistic, or get huge air in freestyle mode.
I refuse to go into some pubs because I won't breathe fuggy air and I go ballistic in restaurants when someone at the next table shoves an outstretched arm - complete with a smoking cigarette - away from their face and into mine.