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9 Aust-Bred Winners In Macau

Monday, 16th November 2009

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

  • 4YO gelding Luen Yat Forever (Honours List-Loisset, by Langfuhr) won over 1300m for trainer P.C.Choi. Luen Yat Forever was a $32,000 weanling at the 2006 Magic Millions Winter Sale.
  • 6YO gelding Macau Power (Strategic-Just Pete, by Royal Academy) won over 1000m for trainer K.H.Leong. Macau Power passed-in as a yearling for $37,500 at the NZB Premier Sale & subsequently sold as a 2YO for $62,500 at the 2005 NZB Ready-To-Run Sale.
  • 7YO gelding Mega Form (Sequalo-Zvornik Lass, by Zvornik) won over 1200m for trainers Y.T.Lam & H.Y.Cheng. Mega Form was a $45,000 yearling at the 2004 Brisbane Bloodstock Bonus Sale.
  • 4YO gelding Macau Eagle (Zeditave-So Amorous, by Generous) won over 1400m for Australian trainer Geoff Allendorf. Macau Eagle was an $80,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Premier Sale on the Gold Coast.
  • 5YO gelding Very Good (Catbird-Josh's Girl, by Woodman) won over 1500m for Australian trainer Geoff Allendorf. Very Good was a $50,000 yearling at the 2006 Magic Millions Summer Sale & subsequently passed-in as a 2YO for $110,000 at the 2006 NZB Ready-To-Run Sale.
  • 3YO gelding Happy General (Canny Lad-Winged Hope, by Personal Hope) won over for expatriate Australian trainer Gary Moore. Happy General was a $55,000 yearling at the 2008 Inglis Classic Sale in Sydney.
  • 3YO gelding Happy Gladiator (Viscount-Church On Sunday, by Bubble Gum Fellow) won over 1000m for expatriate Australian trainer Gary Moore. Happy Gladiator was a $57,500 yearling at the 2008 Inglis/Pitt & Son Scone Sale.
  • 7YO gelding Jade Water (High Yield-Bitters, by Cure The Blues) won over 1400m for trainer Victor Chong. Jade Water was a $24,000 yearling at the 2004 Magic Millions Adelaide Sale.
  • 7YO gelding Banana Cream Pie (Octagonal-Dalquarren, by Canny Lad) won over 1800m for trainer K.H.Leong.
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