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9 Aust-Bred Winners In Macau

Monday, 20th October 2008

In Macau, 9 Australian-bred gallopers scored at Taipa:

  • 5YO mare Sui Lam Kam Kong (Strategic-Panga, by Thatching) won over 1000m for trainer S.L.Lueng.
  • 5YO gelding Euler (High Yield-Mexican Rose, by Conquistarose) won over 1500m for Australian trainer Geoff Allendorf. Euler was a $50,000 yearling at the 2005 Inglis Premier Sale in Melbourne.
  • 7YO gelding Magnesium Alloy (Last Tycoon-Forest Flame, by Twig Moss) won over 1000m for trainer Y.T.Lam. Magnesium Alloy was a $50,000 yearling at the 2003 Inglis Premier Sale in Melbourne.
  • 5YO gelding Top Runner (Indian Danehill-Southern Flag, by Yonder) won over 1800m for trainer Y.T.Lam. Top Runner was an $18,000 yearling at the 2005 Magic Millions Adelaide Sale & subsequently a NZ$70,000 2YO at the 2005 NZ Bloodstock Ready-To-Run Sale.
  • 4YO gelding Commatt (Commands-Mattie, by Marscay) won over 1200m for trainer K.C.Man. Commatt was a $35,000 yearling at the 2006 Magic Millions Premier Sale & subsequently passed-in as a 2YO for $42,500 at the 2006 Magic Millions Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
  • 6YO gelding Apollo Star (Gilded Time-Talk To Angels, by Don't Say Halo) won over 1200m for trainer Y.Choy. Apollo Star was a $50,000 yearling at the 2004 Magic Millions Premier Sale.
  • 4YO gelding Mcardle (E Dubai-Miss Draw, by Noalcoholic) won over 1050m for Australian trainer Geoff Allendorf. Mcardle was a $50,000 yearling at the 2006 Inglis Premier Sale & subsequently passed-in as a 2YO for $32,500 at the 2006 Inglis Victorian Ready-To-Run Sale.
  • 6YO gelding I Am Famous (Singspiel-All Stormy, by Storm At Sea) won over 1300m for trainer Y.K.Lau. I Am Famous was a $50,000 yearling at the 2004 Magic Millions Premier Sale.
  • 6YO gelding Blessing Blessing (Orpen-Depiction, by Polish Navy) won over 1300m for trainer K.C.Hoi. Blessing Blessing was a $26,000 yearling at the 2003 Inglis Scone Sale.
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