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Latest Hong Kong Aust-Bred & NZ-Bred Non-Stakes Winners

Friday, 6th March 2015

Courtesy of Arion Pedigrees, below are the latest Australian and/or New Zealand-bred Hong Kong winners:

  • 04/03/2015 Always Wonderful (AUS) 2009 (G by Happy Giggle - All That Glitters); 1st HKJC Fa Hui H. HK$575,000, 1000m - Earning HK$327,750. Sold by Mornmoot Thoroughbreds at the 2011 Magic Millions Adelaide Yearling Sale for $25,000.
  • 04/03/2015 Joyeux (NZ) 2011 (G by O'Reilly - Escada); 1st HKJC Mong Kok H. HK$760,000, 1200m - Earning HK$433,200. Sold by Waikato Stud Ltd at the 2013 NZB National Yearling Sale for NZ$460,000 & subsequently sold by Hong Kong Jockey Club at the 2014 HK March International Sale for HK$4,200,000.
  • 04/03/2015 Amazing Gift (NZ) 2010 (G by Guillotine - Reflection); 1st HKJC Sham Shui Po H. HK$575,000, 1650m - Earning HK$327,750. Sold by Windsor Park Stud at the 2011 NZB National Weanling, Broodmare & Mixed Sale for NZ$26,000.
  • 04/03/2015 Flight King - Winning King (H.K.) (NZ) 2010 (G by Ekraar - Pheroz Flight); 1st HKJC HKFC Centenary Challenge Cup HK$760,000, 1200m - Earning HK$433,200.
  • 04/03/2015 Abterra Chaparral - Flying Chaparral (H.K.) (NZ) 2006 (G by High Chaparral - Drama); 1st HKJC Siu Sai Wan H. HK$760,000, 1650m - Earning HK$433,200. Sold by Curraghmore Stud at the 2008 NZB National Yearling Sale for NZ$140,000.
  • 04/03/2015 Robust Momentum (AUS) 2009 (G by Written Tycoon - Mrs Shine); 1st HKJC Siu Sai Wan H. HK$760,000, 1650m - Earning HK$433,200. Sold by Eliza Park at the 2011 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale for $45,000.
  • 04/03/2015 Schmekel - Clever Beaver (H.K.) (AUS) 2010 (G by Shaft - Play Loud); 1st HKJC So Kon Po H. HK$1,060,000, 1200m - Earning HK$604,200. Sold by Trevannah at the 2011 Inglis Australian Sydney Weanling & Broodmare Sale for $13,000.
  • 04/03/2015 Ishvara (NZ) 2010 (G by Coats Choice - Asiana); 1st HKJC Tsing Yi H. HK$1,060,000, 1650m - Earning HK$604,200.
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