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10 Aust-Bred Winners In Singapore

Monday, 19th October 2009

Also in Singapore, 10 Australian-bred gallopers scored at Kranji (click on the horse name to watch a video replay of each race):

  • 4YO gelding Doraemon (Bletchley Park-Arctic Pola, by Suave Dancer) won over 1200m for trainer Desmond Koh.
  • 4YO gelding Lago Bay (Delago Brom-Shirley's Luvena, by El Moxie) won over 1000m for Australian trainer Don Baertschiger.
  • 4YO gelding Samurai Phoenix (Giant's Causeway-Different Approach, by Danzig) won over 1400m for Australian trainer Clifford Brown. Samurai Phoenix was a $6,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Adelaide Sale.
  • 3YO gelding Farrand (King Cugat-Happy Play, by Barathea) won over 1200m for trainer Douglas Dragon. Farrand was a $25,000 yearling at the 2008 Magic Millions Winter Sale.
  • 6YO gelding Otomodachi (Covetous-Another Roof, by Maroof) won over 1400m for Australian trainer Clifford Brown.
  • 3YO gelding Always Certain (Not A Single Doubt-Akarana, by Akaaber) won over 1200m for Australian trainer Michael Freedman. Always Certain was a $60,000 yearling at the Magic Millions Premier Sale on the Gold Coast.
  • 5YO gelding Mission Supremo (Honours List-Right Action, by Casaul Lies) won over 2400m for trainer Stephen Gray. Mission Supremo was a $13,000 yearling at the 2006 Inglis Melbourne Premier Sale & subsequently a $67,500 2YO at the 2006 NZ Bloodstock Ready-To-Run Sale.
  • 4YO gelding Lamborghini Flame (Jugah-Karla Keys, by Soviet Lad) won over 1400m for trainer Leslie Khoo. Lamborghini Flame was a $24,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale.
  • 7YO gelding Lim's Fighter (Flying Spur-Sky Watch) won over 1400m for Australian trainer John Meagher. Lim's Fighter was a $95,000 yearling at the 2004 Magic Millions Premier Sale on the Gold Coast.
  • 4YO gelding High Noon (Scenic-Spice On Ice, by Old Spice) won over 1600m for Australian trainer Stephen Burridge.
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