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9 Aust-Bred Winners In Singapore

Monday, 9th November 2009

Also in Singapore, 9 Australian-bred gallopers scored at Kranji (click on the horse name to watch a video replay of each race):

  • 3YO gelding A-Power (Lion Heart-Flapper, by Sanction) won over 1400m for trainer Laurie Laxon. A-Power was a $120,000 yearling at the 2008 NZB Select Sale & was subsequently passed-in as a 2YO for $32,500 at the 2008 NZB Ready-To-Run Sale.
  • 4YO gelding Pina Colarda (Show A Heart-Carnegie Rock, by Carnegie) won over 1400m for trainer Leslie Khoo. Pina Colarda was a $15,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale.
  • 6YO gelding All It Takes (Langfuhr-Little Rumours, by Vettori) won over 1400m for trainer Bruce Marsh. All It Takes was passed-in as a yearling for $10,000 at the 2005 Magic Millions Adelaide Sale.
  • 4YO gelding Doraemon (Bletchley Park-Arctic Pola, by Suave Dancer) won over 1400m for trainer Desmond Koh.
  • 3YO gelding Eternal Honour (Honours List-Young American, by Charnwood Forest) won over 1400m for trainer Michael Clements. Eternal Honour was a $1,700 weanling at the 2007 Inglis/Pitt & Son Scone Thoroughbred Sale & subsequently a $32,000 yearling at the 2008 Magic Millions Summer Sale.
  • 4YO gelding Sir Rumble (Royal Academy-Tasina, by Thunder Gulch) won over 1400m for Australian trainer Don Baertschiger. Sir Rumble was a $35,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Premier Sale on the Gold Coast & subsequently a $50,000 2YO at the 2007 Magic Millions Queensland Horses-In-Training 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.
  • 4YO gelding Oil Baron (Lonhro-Curtain Time, by Rassendyll) won over 1800m for Australian trainer John Meagher. Oil Baron was a $175,000 yearling at the 2007 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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