Now, the library of animals has grown. Google confirmed on Friday that there’s been 50 new additions to the library. These include more exotic animals, like giraffes and zebras, as well as more mundane livestock (pigs and cows), cats, and even a specific dog breed, the noble and beautiful chow chow.
French Bonnet looks a progressive filly and has earned her shot in town with a couple of dominant performances at the provincials. She can lead or sit off the pace and that versatility will come in handy in what looks a deep race. That said if she comes out on top it’ll be no surprise.
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