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11 Aust-Bred Winners In Singapore
Also in Singapore, 11 Australian-bred gallopers scored at Kranji:
- 5YO gelding Money Bee (Shrewdy-October Miss, by Octagonal) won over 1400m for trainer Leslie Khoo. Money Bee was an $18,000 yearling consigned by Lomar Park at the 2007 Scone Yearling Sale.
- 3YO gelding Mr Gee (Noverre-Guidence, by Selkirk) won over 1400m for Australian trainer Stephen Gray.
- 3YO gelding Kennecott (Bradbury's Luck-Hot Copper, by Scenic) won over 1200m for Australian trainer Michael Freedman. Kennecott was a $17,000 yearling consigned by Jacaranda Thoroughbreds at the 2009 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale in Sydney.
- 4YO mare Cape Treasure (Cape Cross-Moments I Treasure, by Mount Livermore) won over 1200m for trainer Laurie Laxon. Cape Treasure was passed-in as a yearling for $50,000 at the 2008 NZ Bloodstock Premier Yearling Sale & subsequently passed-in for $50,000 at the 2009 MZ Bloodstock Ready-To-Run Sale.
- 2YO gelding Kaiser (Seldnazer-One Wink, by Perugino) won over 1000m for trainer Theo Kieser. Kaiser was an $11,000 yearling consigned by Riverdene Stud at the 2010 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale & subsequently an $80,000 2YO at the Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
- 3YO gelding Media Mogul (Stratum-Conspire, by Turtle Island) won over 1600m for trainer Brian Dean. Media Mogul was a $35,000 yearling consigned by Gervase Park at the Magic Millions Western Australian Premier Sale.
- 4YO gelding Fast Break (Bel Esprit-Pride Of Nevis, by Strategic) won over 1100m for trainer Douglas Dragon. Fast Break was a $31,000 yearling consigned by Eliza Park at the 2008 Magic Millions Summer Sale.
- 3YO gelding Cash Dot Com (Hussonet-Alcazaba, by Flying Spur) won over 1000m for Australian trainer Don Baertschiger. Cash Dot Com was a $65,000 yearling consigned by Widden Stud at the Magic Millions Premier Sale on the Gold Coast.
- 5YO gelding Golden Jambhala (Orientate-Luna Moth, by Silver Hawk) won over 1700m for trainer Leslie Khoo.
- 4YO gelding Better Be The One (More Than Ready-Common Smytzer, by Snippets) won over 1200m for Australian trainer Michael Freedman. Better Be The One was a $485,000 yearling consigned by Makybe at the 2008 Inglis Easter Sale in Sydney.
- 6YO gelding Sonic (Tale Of The Cat-Manu, by Green Desert) won over 1400m for Australian trainer Steven Burridge. Sonic passed-in as a yearling for $50,000 at the 2006 NZ Bloodstock Premier Sale & subsequently sold for $72,500 as a 2YO at the 2006 NZ Bloodstock Ready-To-Run Sale.