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Daily News | 21st October 2019

  • NEW Past Week a Box of Chocolates for Peters

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    To paraphrase Forest Gump’s observation: life’s like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get. Super-successful Perth owner-breeder Bob Peters is probably feeling that’s the case after a week where one big high was followed by an awful low. At Ascot’s mid-week meeting a new star was born when the Peters-owned Windstorm finished like a greyhound against corgis to score a genuinely jaw-dropping win. Heading into Saturday’s The Everest confidence would have been sky high, a feeling only enhanced when Peters’ mighty mare Arcadia Queen found herself as favourite on race day. Sadly, despite appearing to have every chance ,she failed to run up to her market price, finishing down the field. Peters told racing.com he’ll make a decision later this week before deciding whether to push on the the Golden Eagle with Arcadia Queen. She could, potentially, head back to the west where, ironically, her closest rival in betting for the Gr1 Kingston Town Classic (1800m) is Windstorm whose next race will be in the Listed Fairetha Stakes (1400m) in early November.

  • NEW Blueblood Akari Living Up To Her Promise

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    Reigning Australian Champion Sire Snitzel’s latest stakes-winner, Akari, showed good promise last season with two placings behind subsequent Gr2 winner Libertini, and has progressed quickly this Spring from her maiden win at Wyong to success in the $140,000 ATC Reginald Allen Quality 1400m LR on Everest day. While Akari’s earnings to date are a fraction of the $1.05 million paid for her at the 2018 Inglis Easter Sale, her newly achieved stakes-winning status and her strong international pedigree underpin her value, and if she is like her best relatives, she will continue to develop. Akari was bred by Arrowfield and Katsumi Yoshida’s Northern Farm from the Neo Universe mare Asterix whose first Japanese-born foal Aerolithe is a Gr1-wining miler in Japan. This is also the family of Champion Sprinter-Miler and two-time Gr1 winner Mikki Isle, currently serving his second book of mares at Arrowfield. Asterix produced a second Snitzel filly at Arrowfield last year before returning to Japan. Akari is Snitzel’s fourth stakes-winner this season after Group winners Exhilarates & Redzel and Flemington Listed winner Wayupinthesky (also sold by Arrowfield).

    Akari

    Valuable filly Akari (pic: Steve Hart)
  • NEW Results Flow From Snitzel’s Million-Dollar Club

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    Meanwhile, Champion sire Snitzel’s daughter Akari not only became her famous sire’s ninety second stakeswinner over the weekend – she also boosted the excellent racetrack record of his million-dollar yearlings. A total of 27 Snitzel (Redoute’s Choice-Snippet’s Lass, by Snippets) yearlings have sold for $1 million or more since 2013, and seven of the 18 that have so far raced are Listed winners or better. All seven of them were sold by Arrowfield, including:
    • Estijaab – Champion 2YO, Golden Slipper G1; retired to stud
    • Wandjina – Australian Guineas G1; at stud
    • Showtime – dual G2 winner & G1-placed; at stud
    • Sooboog – Group 3 winner; at stud
    • Dracarys – Group 3 winner; at stud
    • Diplomatico – Listed winner, still racing
    • Akari – Listed winner, still racing
  • Hong Kong Racing Fans Left Stunned

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    Sunday’s Gr2 Sha Tin Trophy (1600m) in Hong Kong was meant to be another gimme for bullet-proof Beauty Generation. Despite returning to his pet distance of 1600m after lugging the kitchen sink to to victory over 1400m first-up in a track record-breaking run, the racing gods decided that 10 straight in an 18-month undefeated run was enough. The winner of 8 events last season, Beauty Generation started at 1.30 – he was again giving away large amounts of weight to his rivals – and was expected to dominate from up front as usual. According to scmp, he wasn’t able to lead and, instead, rider Zac Purton was locked away on the favourite who didn’t enjoy the restraint. Despite getting to the front once into the straight, the usual dominance wasn’t there, and at the furlong pole Rise High and Waikuku were level, both comfortably drawing away from the dual Horse of the Year who nearly missed the placings. To his credit, he didn't throw the towel in. Trainer John Moore was sanguine despite the defeat, noting, “It was just circumstances that really prevented him from really rolling along like he likes to. You could see that he was heavily restrained in behind. He just wasn’t comfortable. So from that point of view, just forgive him for it. Just wait for the set-weights races and see what happens.”

    Beauty Generation

    Beauty Generation suffered a rare defeat (pic: hkjc.com)
  • More Magic Expected For Sin Sin Sin

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    Saturday’s $14 million The Everest (1200m) winner Yes Yes Yes (Rubick-Sin Sin Sin, by Fantastic Light) was purchased for connections by leading Queensland-based bloodstock agent John Foote for $200,000 at last year's Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale. Following his famous triumph the lightly raced 3YO colt Yes Yes Yes sent his earnings rocketing to over $7 million, and his value to something like 10 times that. He was presented at the Gold Coast by respected New South Wales vendor Kitchwin Hills on behalf of breeder Brett Bradley from Arlington Park Racing.  The young sprint star is a son of Rubick, himself also a Gold Coast Yearling Sale purchase. He is from a Fantastic Light half sister to Hot as Hell. Yes Yes Yes is a half brother to the stakes performed mare Dee Nine Elle, yet another Magic Millions sold star. The yearling half brother to Yes Yes Yes, by leadingill-fated sire Sebring, will be one of the pin up lots of the 2020 Gold Coast Yearling Sale with confirmation the youngster will be offered in the draft of Kitchwin Hills. The Sebring youngster is reportedly an outstanding type and and will be sure to impress prospective buyers in January.
  • The Lane Less Travelled Rewarding for Hoop

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    A decision by jockey Damian Lane to travel to a foreign land to improve his craft is bearing fruit in a way that he might never have foreseen. Not only did the hoop become a better rider in the competitive Japanese environment; he also won Japan’s racing fans and trainers over with an exceptional strike rate, including in some of the country’s key races. Fast forward a number of months since his return, and Lane has found himself in the trusted position of piloting raiding Japanese horses for the Spring Carnival. Although obviously soured by a $20,000 fine and a suspension between the end of Cox Plate Day and midnight on Melbourne Cup eve, following his winning ride aboard Mer de Glace in the Gr1 Caulfield Cup, Lane’s latest effort will have endeared him even further to the industry in Japan, and elevate awareness of the Melbourne Cup where he will reunite with the Caulfield Cup hero.

  • Hush Writer Adds to Big Weekend for Japan

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    Meanwhile, albeit on a lesser scale to the Caulfield Cup, the facile win by Japan-bred 5YO gelding Hush Writer (Rulership-Star of Sapphire, by Tapit) in the $500,000 St Leger (2600m) at Royal Randwick on The Everest Day, has brought the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained stayer into Melbourne Cup calculations. A natural leader with the ability to grind his rivals down, Hush Writer made it a feature double for Japan-breds on Saturday, but in order to join Mer de Glace in the famous 3200m Flemington Handicap he still needs to find a way to make the field. According to racing.com, in order to do so by having his handicap sufficiently raised, Hush Writer will probably have to win the Lexus Stakes on Victoria Derby Day, something his co-trainers will be eyeing as they consider the options available. Another of their Japanese horses, Wolfe, was a last minute inclusion in the Caulfield Cup after winning last Wednesday’s Coongy Cup.
  • Inglis Changes Distances for Millennium & Sprint

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    The $2 million Inglis Millennium (Restricted Listed) and $1 million Inglis Sprint will be run over new distances from next year. The Millennium – won so impressively in its inaugural running earlier this year by Castelvecchio – the Classic Sale graduate turned Gr1-winning juvenile and Gr1-placed 3YO – will be contested over 1100m from February, rather than the 1200m of this year. In addition, the Inglis Sprint will increase 100m to 1200m. The announcement comes on the eve of Saturday’s $500,000 Inglis Banner at The Valley, which begins the 2019 graduates Inglis Race Series. “These changes have been made following extensive communication with owners and trainers to ensure the best field sizes can be achieved for both races,’’ Inglis’ GM of Bloodstock Operations and International Development Jonathan D’Arcy said. James Ross, the Australian Turf Club’s GM of Racing, Wagering and International, added: “In its first year the Inglis Millennium proved to be an instant success with inaugural winner Castelvecchio going on to win the Gr1 Moet & Chandon Champagne Stakes later in the carnival, while the Inglis Sprint has produced many outstanding winners from recent renewals.’’

    Castelvecchio

    Inaugural Millennium winner Castelvecchio (pic: Steve Hart)
  • NZB 2YOs Gearing Up To Breeze From Today

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    Breeze Ups for New Zealand Bloodstock’s Ready to Run Sale of Two-Year-Olds will take place this week on Monday and Tuesday, commencing at 10 am each day with all prospective buyers welcome to attend. View the Breeze Ups schedule here. Held at Te Rapa Racecourse over two days, there will be 203 heats filmed and timed from the 200m mark to the winning post. Video clips of the Breeze Ups will be made available for viewing on the NZB website by Friday 25 October. The 2019 edition of NZB’s Ready to Run Sale will take place on 20 & 21 November at Karaka with selling commencing at 11am each day. View the 414-Lot catalogue online here.
  • Promising Juvenile Tops Final Ready2Race Breeze

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    A 2YO which has already won an official barrier trial by 4-lengths topped Friday’s final breeze up session at Warwick Farm ahead of the Inglis Ready2Race Sale. In total, 23 horses breezed on the Pro Ride track with the fastest of the morning being lot 14 - a Stryker x Barabba Star gelding (pictured) offered by Quilly Park - in a time of 10.31secs. The juvenile has already been named Eight Ball and is currently in training, easily winning an 800m barrier trial at Cranbourne on September 17 on a Heavy 10 surface. James O’Brien of Lauriston Thoroughbreds – which is overseeing Richard Anderson’s Quilly Park draft at the Ready2Race Sale – described Eight Ball as “a quality 2YO’’. “He’s got the right temperament and as he showed not only this morning in his breeze up but also at a recent trial, he’s got plenty of speed and overall ability.”

    Stryker-Barabba Star colt

    The Stryker-Barabba Star colt is called Eight Ball (pic: inglis.com.au)
  • Strong Freshman Representation at Inglis 2YO Sale

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    The 2019 Inglis Ready2Race Sale catalogue features progeny of some of the most exciting established stallions in the country. There are also four outstanding colts by hot young stallions Vancouver and Pride of Dubai, sires who have enjoyed instant early success from their progeny from limited runners. The sale, which commences 11am on Tuesday, October 22, comes after more recent graduate success. Nettoyer (Sebring), who was part of Chevaux Bloodstock’s 2015 Inglis Ready2Race draft, won her second Stakes race on Saturday in the G3 Angst Stakes at Randwick while two winners at Hong Kong’s Happy Valley meeting on Wednesday night were also Inglis Ready2Race graduates – High Rev (from Frankie Stockdale’s 2016 draft) and G Unit (a Gary Moore and Scone Bloodstock buy from Valiant Stud last year). Of this year’s entries, 129 are BOBS eligible and 27 are VOBIS nominated, while a number are entered for the Inglis Race Series – those that are not, are still eligible to pay up – as well as the G1 Golden Slipper and the G1 Blue Diamond. To view the VIDEO WRAP of Friday morning’s breeze ups and champagne brunch at Riverside, click here. To view the catalogue and breeze up vision, click here.
  • Edinburgh Park Guarantees $1,000 Floor Price

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    Following what has been an uncomfortable 48 hours for the thoroughbred industry since the ABC’s 7.30 Report aired a confronting documentary, The Final Race, on Thursday night there have been a bevy of statements put out by industry organisations. While all have unequivocally condemned the distressing slaughter of ex-racehorses, and the visible cruelty displayed by some individuals at abbatoirs, one small NSW breeder has acted immediately to ensure that any thoroughbreds carrying his brand are unlikely to ever be sold to the ‘doggers’. According to racing.com, popular, and successful, breeder and vendor Ian Smith of Edinburgh Park has guaranteed a floor price of $1,000 for any horse with the stud farm’s brand subsequently sold through an official sale or privately. “Our children can always come home, it’s our promise to them. Stamped for success with the IKS (brand),” said Smith via twitter. Calling on other industry breeders to act in a similar fashion, Smith commented, "Any horse that is carrying our brand, we price guarantee $1,000 which rules out a knackery or any abattoir purchasing a horse bred by Edinburgh Park. It's an initiative that I thought long and hard about, and I wanted to do something for the longevity of not just my business, but the industry as a whole.”
  • Moonee Valley Gold Cup for Glory Days

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    Last season’s New Zealand champion stayer, Glory Days, will use the Gr2 Moonee Valley Gold Cup (2500m) on Saturday as her final chance to make the field for the Gr1 Melbourne Cup (3200m) on November 5, reports NZ Racing Desk. Trainer Bill Thurlow has been over the 7YO Red Giant mare with a fine-tooth comb since a below par performance at her last start and can find nothing amiss with the Auckland Cup (Gr1, 3200m) winner. Glory Days disappointed when fading back to ninth behind The Chosen One in the Gr2 Herbert Power Stakes (2400m) at Caulfield with Thurlow admitting he was scratching his head about the display. “I just have to put it down to one of those things as we’ve had her checked out thoroughly and can’t find anything wrong,” he said. “She is bright and happy and has worked up nicely since that race so I’m not sure what to make of it. Thurlow is keen to see an improved performance in the Moonee Valley Cup or he will pull the plug on his charge’s Melbourne Cup attempt, a race in which she is currently thirtieth in order of entry. “With what we saw in the Caulfield Cup and then there are the other Europeans who have come down here for the race, she would have to be at the top of her game to justify running in the race.”

    Glory Days

    Glory Days (pic: Trish Dunell)
  • Magical Performance by Ballydoyle Mare

    Monday, 21st October 2019
    While the Coolmore team was still celebrating the win of part-owned Yes Yes Yes in Saturday’s The Everest, on the other side of the world, Ballydoyle’s superb 4YO mare Magical (Galileo-Halfway To Heaven, by Pivotal) stamped her passport for the Breeders’ Cup meeting at Santa Anita in California. The multiple Gr1-performed daughter of Galileo scored a determined three-quarter length victory over Addeybb in the Gr1 Qipco Champion Stakes at Ascot, and there now appear to be two possible options for Magical: the Turf, in which she finished runner-up to Enable, or the Filly and Mare Turf. Should she run in either, Magical will be rock-hard fit, with Saturday’s win – her fourth at Gr1 level – coming less than two weeks after finishing fifth in France’s Arc. Trainer Aiden O’Brien commented, “She gets a mile and a half, but I think a mile and a quarter is her ideal trip. She gets a mile and a half because of her class. If she goes to the Breeders' Cup, I would imagine that she would run in the Fillies & Mares race.”

  • Mer De Glace Wins Gr1 Caulfield Cup

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
    -
    J: Damian Lane
    T: H Shimizu
    W: 55.5 kgs
    S: Rulership
    D: Glacier Blue
    1.0L
    J: Craig Williams
    T: D T O'Brien
    W: 52.5 kgs
    S: Declaration Of War
    D: Geblitzt
    1.2L
    J: B Melham
    T: T Busuttin & N Young
    W: 56 kgs
    S: Frankel
    D: Heat Haze
    1.4L
    J: L Nolen
    T: D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
    W: 53 kgs
    S: Galileo
    D: One Moment In Time
    • Track: Caulfield
    • Race: $5,000,000 Gr1 Caulfield Cup (2400m)
    • Winner: 5YO horse Mer De Glace (Rulership-Glacier Blue, by Sunday Silence)
    • Placings: 4YO gelding Vow And Declare & 6YO horse Mirage Dancer
    • Winning Sire: Rulership (King Kamehameha-Air Groove, by Tony Bin)
    • Stud Farm: Shadai Stallion Station
    • Trainer: H Shimizu
    • Jockey: Damian Lane
    • Race record: 8 wins and 7 placings from 18 starts for $5,333,413 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A

    At Caulfield in Melbourne, Shadai Stallion Station's Gr1-winning entire Rulership (King Kamehameha-Air Groove, by Tony Bin) celebrated an elite Gr1 staying victory when 5YO horse Mer De Glace (Rulership-Glacier Blue, by Sunday Silence) chimed in down the middle of the track, as the field spread, to take out the $5,000,000 Gr1 Caulfield Cup (2400m) by 1 length over US-bred import Vow And Declare and GB-import Mirage Dancer who was  0.2-length further away. The win took Mer De Glace's record to 8 wins (including the Gr3 Daishoten, Gr3 Naruto Kinen & Gr3 Kokura Kinen) and 7 placings from 18 starts for $5,333,413 in earnings. With a name translating from French, appropriately, as "polar ice", Mer De Glace now looks a gilt-edged chance to go one further and extend his current winning streak to seven in the Gr1 Melbourne Cup on November 5. A typically composed jockey Damian Lane noted post race, "He's not much to look at but he's just a tradesman. He just keeps turning up and winning."

    Mer De Glace

    Mer De Glace cut the field to ribbons (pic: Mark Gatt)
  • Yes Yes Yes Wins SC The Everest

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
    -
    J: G Boss
    T: C J Waller
    W: 53 kgs
    S: Rubick
    D: Sin Sin Sin
    0.5L
    J: M Zahra
    T: Anthony Freedman
    W: 58.5 kgs
    S: Lope De Vega
    D: Fast Fleet
    0.9L
    J: J Parr
    T: James Cummings
    W: 58.5 kgs
    S: Street Cry
    D: Outdoor
    1.3L
    J: Tim Clark
    T: C J Waller
    W: 58.5 kgs
    S: Nicconi
    D: Strikeline
    • Track: Randwick
    • Race: $14,000,000 SC The Everest (1200m)
    • Winner: 3YO colt Yes Yes Yes (Rubick-Sin Sin Sin, by Fantastic Light)
    • Placings: 7YO gelding Santa Ana Lane & 5YO gelding Trekking
    • Winning Sire: Rubick (Encosta de Lago-Sliding Cube, by Rock of Gibraltar)
    • Stud Farm: Coolmore Stud
    • Trainer: Chris Waller
    • Jockey: Glenn Boss
    • Race record: 4 wins and 3 placings from 8 starts for $6,625,450 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $200,000 yearling at the 2018 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale
    • Vendor:Kitchwin Hills

    At Royal Randwick in Sydney, Coolmore's impeccably-bred freshman yearling sire Rubick (Encosta de Lago-Sliding Cube, by Rock of Gibraltar) recorded an elite Special Conditions race triumph in the WFA $14,000,000 SR The TAB Everest (1200m) when outstanding 3YO colt Yes Yes Yes launched upon straightening to mow down the pacesetters and repel Santa Ana Lane's late assault by 0.5-length. Trekking was 0.4-lengths further back. The victory in the world's richest sprint race took Yes Yes Yes' overall earnings tally to a remarkable $6,625,450 from a career thus far that has yielded 4 wins (including the Gr2 Todman Stakes) and 3 placings (including the Gr2 Run To Rose & Gr1 Golden Rose) from only 8 starts. The now priceless stallion commodity, from the same elite sprinting family as dual Gr1 winner In Her Time, caused an emotional Glen Boss to comment post race, "Oh my God. That's huge. What a feeling. I feel electric. Thanks to Chris Waller for putting his faith in me." Turning his attention to the performance of the colt he added, "He's quality. When I galloped him last week ... he gave me goosebumps and today's he giving me electric shocks."

    Yes Yes Yes

    Yes Yes Yes became the first 3YO to win The Everest (pic: Steve Hart)
  • Handle The Truth Wins SC The Kosciuszko

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
    -
    J: N Rawiller
    T: K R Dryden
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Star Witness
    D: Assertively
    1.0L
    J: Tommy Berry
    T: Ms J Graham
    W: 59 kgs
    S: I Am Invincible
    D: Playful Miss
    1.1L
    J: K Jennings
    T: B J Kelly
    W: 57.5 kgs
    S: Beneteau
    D: My Dear
    1.3L
    J: J Bowman
    T: Todd Blowes
    W: 59 kgs
    S: Bon Hoffa
    D: Dignity Lady
    • Track: Randwick
    • Race: $1,300,000 SC The Kosciuszko (1200m)
    • Winner: 4YO gelding Handle The Truth (Star Witness-Assertively, by Bernardini)
    • Placings: 5YO gelding Victorem & 6YO gelding Bobbing
    • Winning Sire: Star Witness (Starcraft-Leone Chiara, by Lion Hunter)
    • Stud Farm: Widden Stud
    • Trainer: Keith Dryden
    • Jockey: Nash Rawiller
    • Race record: 7 wins and a placing from 13 starts for $954,420 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A

    At Royal Randwick in Sydney, Widden Stud's dual Gr1-winning stallion Star Witness (Starcraft-Leone Chiara, by Lion Hunter) celebrated a lucrative Special Conditions success when 4YO gelding Handle The Truth (Star Witness-Assertively, by Bernardini) peeled into clear air from a cosy midfield position and powered home to land the $1,300,000 SR The Kosciuszko (1200m) by 1-length over the gallant Victorem and the charging Bobbing a mere 0.1-length further away on the outside. Carrying the Laurel Oak Bloodstock silks made famous most recently by dual Gr1 winner Rebel Dane, the victory took Handle The Truth's record to 7 wins and 1 placing from 13 starts for $1,004,420 in earnings. An obviously delighted jockey, Nash Rawiller, commented on return to scale, "Absolutely unbelievable. Keith Dryden is a trainer I've known for 30 years. Some of the owners I've known for probably 40 [years]." He added, "What a great effort. [He] set this race for this horse 12 months ago and it's come off." Handle The Truth descends from a very smart family which includes, most recently, Gr3 VRC Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes winner Rose Ceremony and traces to Gr1 winners Hula Chief, Hula Drum and outstanding NZ filly Love Dance.

    Handle The Truth

    Handle The Truth captured his biggest race to date (pic: Steve Hart)
  • Miss Leonidas Wins Gr2 Caulfield Sprint

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
    -
    J: S Baster
    T: S A Dwyer
    W: 57 kgs
    S: I Am Invincible
    D: Happy Play
    0.5L
    J: D Dunn
    T: M, W & J Hawkes
    W: 53 kgs
    S: More Than Ready
    D: Jolie Bay
    0.7L
    J: M J Dee
    T: N D Parnham
    W: 58.5 kgs
    S: Magnus
    D: Origami
    1.7L
    J: D Yendall
    T: James Cummings
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: Commands
    D: Jerezana
    • Track: Caulfield
    • Race: $300,000 Gr2 Caulfield Sprint (1000m)
    • Winner: 5YO mare Miss Leonidas (I Am Invincible-Happy Play, by Barathea)
    • Placings: 4YO gelding God Of Thunder & 8YO gelding Malibu Style
    • Winning Sire: I Am Invincible (Invincible Spirit-Cannarelle, by Canny Lad)
    • Stud Farm: Yarraman Park Stud
    • Trainer: Shaun Dwyer
    • Jockey: Stephen Baster
    • Race record: 5 wins and 6 placings from 16 starts for $669,800 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A
  • Savatiano Wins Gr2 Tristarc Stakes

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: Craig Williams
    T: James Cummings
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Street Cry
    D: Retsina
    2.3L
    J: D Oliver
    T: D & B Pearce
    W: 56 kgs
    S: Universal Ruler
    D: Tip The Angel
    2.5L
    J: Jye McNeil
    T: D & B Hayes & T Dabernig
    W: 58 kgs
    S: Lope De Vega
    D: Cutting Remark
    3.0L
    J: B Rawiller
    T: James Cummings
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Medaglia D'Oro
    D: Lumina
    • Track: Caulfield
    • Race: $300,000 Gr2 Tristarc Stakes (1400m)
    • Winner: 5YO mare Savatiano (Street Cry-Retsina, by Redoute's Choice)
    • Placings: 4YO mare Angelic Ruler & 4YO mare Spanish Whisper
    • Winning Sire: Street Cry (Machiavellian-Helen Street, by Troy)
    • Stud Farm: Darley
    • Trainer: James Cummings
    • Jockey: Craig Williams
    • Race record: 7 wins and 11 placings from 25 starts for $839,810 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A
  • Rise High Wins Gr2 Sha Tin Trophy

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: C Y Ho
    T: C Fownes
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Myboycharlie
    D: Lana Girl
    0.3L
    J: J Moreira
    T: J J Size
    W: 52.5 kgs
    S: Harbour Watch
    D: London Plane
    2.3L
    J: Z Purton
    T: J Moore
    W: 60.5 kgs
    S: Road To Rock
    D: Stylish Bel
    2.5L
    J: K Teetan
    T: A S Cruz
    W: 51.5 kgs
    S: Cityscape
    D: Casual Glance
    • Track: Sha Tin
    • Race: HK$4,250,000 Gr2 Sha Tin Trophy (1600m)
    • Winner: 6YO gelding Rise High (Myboycharlie-Lana Girl, by Arch)
    • Placings: 5YO gelding Waikuku & 7YO gelding Beauty Generation
    • Winning Sire: Myboycharlie (Danetime-Dulceata, by Rousillon)
    • Stud Farm: Haras du Mezeray
    • Trainer: Caspar Fownes
    • Jockey: C Y Ho
    • Race record: 8 wins and 3 placings from 19 starts for $14,414,145 in earnings
    • Sales Info: €42,000 yearling at the 2015 Arqana August Sale
    • Vendor: Haras du Cadran
  • Seasons Bloom Wins Gr2 The Premier Bowl

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: Grant Van Niekerk
    T: C S Shum
    W: 56.5 kgs
    S: Captain Sonador
    D: Pyramisa's Lass
    0.1L
    J: J Moreira
    T: J J Size
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: Darci Brahma
    D: Pennacchio
    0.2L
    J: C Y Ho
    T: Richard Gibson
    W: 57.5 kgs
    S: I Am Invincible
    D: Zebithea
    0.8L
    J: C Schofield
    T: Richard Gibson
    W: 60 kgs
    S: Savabeel
    D: Grand Princess
    • Track: Sha Tin
    • Race: HK$4,250,000 Gr2 The Premier Bowl (1200m)
    • Winner: 7YO gelding Seasons Bloom (Captain Sonador-Pyramisa's Lass, by Not A Single Doubt)
    • Placings: 5YO gelding Full Of Beauty & 6YO gelding Wishful Thinker
    • Winning Sire: Captain Sonador (Shamardal-Pushing Daisies, by Kenny’s Best Pal)
    • Stud Farm: Raheen Stud
    • Trainer: Danny Shum
    • Jockey: Grant Van Niekerk
    • Race record: 8 wins and 6 placings from 29 starts for $25,362,245 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $26,000 weanling at the 2013 Magic Millions National Weanling Sale
    • Vendor: Raheen Stud
  • Happy Clapper Wins Yulong Gr3 Craven Plate

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: Tommy Berry
    T: Patrick Webster
    W: 59 kgs
    S: Teofilo
    D: Busking
    0.2L
    J: J Parr
    T: James Cummings
    W: 59 kgs
    S: Street Cry
    D: Itemise
    1.2L
    J: J Bowman
    T: C J Waller
    W: 59 kgs
    S: Thewayyouare
    D: Dont Cross Tina
    1.4L
    J: Tim Clark
    T: Bjorn Baker
    W: 59 kgs
    S: Not A Single Doubt
    D: Isadora
    • Track: Randwick
    • Race: $500,000 Gr3 Yulong Craven Plate (2000m)
    • Winner: 9YO gelding Happy Clapper (Teofilo-Busking, by Encosta De Lago)
    • Placings: 7YO gelding Tally & 6YO gelding Samadoubt
    • Winning Sire: Teofilo (Galileo-Speirbhean, by Danehill)
    • Stud Farm: Darley
    • Trainer: Patrick Webster
    • Jockey: Tommy Berry
    • Race record: 12 wins and 17 placings from 44 starts for $7,240,100 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A
  • Deprive Wins Gr3 Sydney Stakes

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: J Bowman
    T: James Cummings
    W: 58.5 kgs
    S: Denman
    D: Defrock
    0.2L
    J: N Rawiller
    T: Bjorn Baker
    W: 56.5 kgs
    S: Not A Single Doubt
    D: Sky Cuddle
    0.3L
    J: Tommy Berry
    T: M, W & J Hawkes
    W: 58.5 kgs
    S: O'Reilly
    D: Alberton Princess
    1.6L
    J: G Schofield
    T: James Cummings
    W: 58.5 kgs
    S: Starspangledbanner
    D: Blissful Beat
    • Track: Randwick
    • Race: $500,000 Gr3 Sydney Stakes (1200m)
    • Winner: 5YO gelding Deprive (Denman-Defrock, by Canny Lad)
    • Placings: 5YO mare Champagne Cuddles & 4YO horse Brutal
    • Winning Sire: Denman (Lonhro-Peach, by Vain)
    • Stud Farm: Darley
    • Trainer: James Cummings
    • Jockey: Hugh Bowman
    • Race record: 8 wins and 3 placings from 13 starts for $765,730 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A
  • Streets Of Avalon Wins Gr3 Moonga Stakes

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: B Melham
    T: S P Nichols
    W: 58.5 kgs
    S: Magnus
    D: Kamuniak
    1.0L
    J: D Oliver
    T: S J Miller
    W: 57 kgs
    S: War Chant
    D: Fleeting Angel
    1.2L
    J: Pat Cosgrave
    T: Saeed Bin Suroor
    W: 60 kgs
    S: Invincible Spirit
    D: Rock Opera
    2.5L
    J: J Noonan
    T: A W Noonan
    W: 58 kgs
    S: Jimmy Choux
    D: Floramour
    • Track: Caulfield
    • Race: $200,000 Gr3 Moonga Stakes (1400m)
    • Winner: 5YO gelding Streets Of Avalon (Magnus-Kamuniak, by Black Minnaloushe)
    • Placings: 6YO gelding Variation & 4YO horse Royal Meeting
    • Winning Sire: Magnus (Flying Spur-Scandinavia, by Snippets)
    • Stud Farm: Sun Stud
    • Trainer: Shane Nichols
    • Jockey: Ben Melham
    • Race record: 7 wins and 15 placings from 38 starts for $775,360 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A
  • Gamay Wins Gr3 NZB Ethereal Stakes

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: Declan Bates
    T: Archie Alexander
    W: 55 kgs
    S: Pierro
    D: Amish
    0.2L
    J: Jordan Childs
    T: M A Kavanagh
    W: 55 kgs
    S: Shocking
    D: Vegas Dancer
    1.5L
    J: B Melham
    T: Mark Newnham
    W: 55 kgs
    S: Hinchinbrook
    D: Rippled
    3.8L
    J: M J Walker
    T: David & Coral Feek
    W: 55 kgs
    S: Ocean Park
    D: Bound To Impress
    • Track: Caulfield
    • Race: $200,000 Gr3 NZB Ethereal Stakes (2000m)
    • Winner: 3YO filly Gamay (Pierro-Amish, by Canny Lad)
    • Placings: 3YO filly Vegas Jewel & 3YO filly Celestial Falls
    • Winning Sire: Pierro (Lonhro-Miss Right Note, by Daylami)
    • Stud Farm: Coolmore Stud
    • Trainer: Archie Alexander
    • Jockey: Declan Bates
    • Race record: 2 wins and 2 placings from 5 starts for $157,050 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $110,000 yearling at the 2018 NZB NYSS
    • Vendor: Highview
  • The Velvet King Wins Gr3 Northerly Stakes

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: Mitchell Pateman
    T: D T McAuliffe
    W: 57.5 kgs
    S: Universal Ruler
    D: Doubleblack Velvet
    0.2L
    J: P Harvey
    T: Simon Miller
    W: 57.5 kgs
    S: Gingerbread Man
    D: Morine
    0.4L
    J: C Staples
    T: Rhys Radford
    W: 59.5 kgs
    S: Magnus
    D: Satin Covers
    0.7L
    J: Chris Parnham
    T: Simon Miller
    W: 55.5 kgs
    S: Universal Ruler
    D: Out Spoken Lady
    • Track: Ascot
    • Race: $150,000 Gr3 Northerly Stakes (1400m)
    • Winner: 4YO gelding The Velvet King (Universal Ruler-Doubleblack Velvet, by Show A Heart)
    • Placings: 5YO gelding Achernar Star & 7YO gelding Great Shot
    • Winning Sire: Universal Ruler (Scenic-Rulings, by Hurricane Sky)
    • Stud Farm: Scenic Lodge Stud
    • Trainer: Darren McAuliffe
    • Jockey: Mitchell Pateman
    • Race record: 7 wins and 4 placings from 13 starts for $637,055 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A
  • Thought Of That Wins Gr3 Ladbrokes Classic

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: Ms L J Meech
    T: C Maher & D Eustace
    W: 57 kgs
    S: So You Think
    D: Hold Me Closer
    3.8L
    J: Martin Harley
    T: Anthony Freedman
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Declaration Of War
    D: Livia
    5.8L
    J: J Mott
    T: M Ellerton & S Zahra
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Zacinto
    D: Ignite
    6.0L
    J: D Oliver
    T: D T O'Brien
    W: 55 kgs
    S: Reliable Man
    D: Arapaho Miss
    • Track: Caulfield
    • Race: $350,000 Gr3 Ladbrokes Classic (2000m)
    • Winner: 3YO colt Thought Of That (So You Think-Hold Me Closer, by Danehill Dancer)
    • Placings: 3YO gelding Warning & 3YO gelding Brilliant Venture
    • Winning Sire: So You Think (High Chaparral-Triassic, by Tights)
    • Stud Farm: Coolmore Stud
    • Trainer: Ciaron Maher & David Eustace
    • Jockey: Linda Meech
    • Race record: 2 wins and 2 placings from 7 starts for $238,400 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $100,000 yearling at the 2018 Inglis Easter Sale
    • Vendor: Tarcoola Stud
  • Dawn Patrol Wins Gr3 Sweynesse Stakes

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: J K Riddell
    T: F T Ritchie
    W: 58.5 kgs
    S: Dawn Approach
    D: Dazzling
    0.8L
    J: C E Lammas
    T: K & B Kelso
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Pins
    D: Fleur D'Amour
    1.0L
    J: O P Bosson
    T: P & D Williams
    W: 59 kgs
    S: Jimmy Choux
    D: In The Midnight
    1.4L
    J: A C Goindasamy
    T: W K Pomare
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Tavistock
    D: Shinko Bay
    • Track: Arawa Park
    • Race: $70,000 Gr3 Sweynesse Stakes (1215m)
    • Winner: 4YO gelding Dawn Patrol (Dawn Approach-Dazzling, by Star Way)
    • Placings: 6YO mare Princess Kereru & 5YO gelding Midnight Runner
    • Winning Sire: Dawn Approach (New Approach-Hymn of the Dawn, by Phone Trick)
    • Stud Farm: Darley
    • Trainer: Frank Ritchie
    • Jockey: Jonathan Riddell
    • Race record: 4 wins and 4 placings from 10 starts for $205,425 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $20,000 yearling at the 2017 NZB NYSS
    • Vendor: Monovale Farm
  • Kali Wins Gr3 Barneswood Farm Stakes

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: L G Innes
    T: A W Pike
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: Darci Brahma
    D: Race Empress
    0.5L
    J: S T Collett
    T: S R Autridge
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: Zacinto
    D: Tawny Run
    2.0L
    J: M J Mc Nab
    T: J W Richards
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: Pierro
    D: Gypsy Chimes
    3.3L
    J: L Callaway
    T: N F Ridley
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: Makfi
    D: Perfect Vision
    • Track: Ashburton
    • Race: $70,000 Gr3 Barneswood Farm Stakes (1400m)
    • Winner: 3YO filly Kali (Darci Brahma-Race Empress, by St. Petersburg)
    • Placings: 3YO filly Karalino & 3YO filly Folk Dress
    • Winning Sire: Darci Brahma (Danehill-Grand Echezeaux, by Zabeel)
    • Stud Farm: The Oaks Stud
    • Trainer: Tony Pike
    • Jockey: Leith Innes
    • Race record: 3 wins from 4 starts for $73,435 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A
  • Fabergino Wins Listed R S Crawford Stakes

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: P Knuckey
    T: Tiarnna Robertson
    W: 53 kgs
    S: Maschino
    D: Miss Razyana
    0.2L
    J: W Pike
    T: A G Durrant
    W: 55 kgs
    S: Written Tycoon
    D: Best Feature
    0.3L
    J: Chris Parnham
    T: Simon Miller
    W: 53 kgs
    S: Artie Schiller
    D: Ajaweed
    2.6L
    J: Brodie Kirby
    T: P J Fernie
    W: 53 kgs
    S: Scandal Keeper
    D: Sirosey
    • Track: Ascot
    • Race: $100,000 Listed R S Crawford Stakes (1000m)
    • Winner: 5YO mare Fabergino (Maschino-Miss Razyana, by Danzero)
    • Placings: 5YO gelding Stageman & 4YO mare Flirtini
    • Winning Sire: Maschino (Encosta de Lago-Tahni Girl, by Redoute’s Choice)
    • Stud Farm: Alwyn Park Stud
    • Trainer: Tiarnna Robertson
    • Jockey: Peter Knuckey
    • Race record: 6 wins and 2 placings from 9 starts for $289,500 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A
  • Humma Humma Wins Listed Alinghi Stakes

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: J Mott
    T: John McArdle
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Denman
    D: Humma Mumma
    1.0L
    J: Craig Williams
    T: James Cummings
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Commands
    D: Rum Cruise
    1.1L
    J: D Dunn
    T: David Pfieffer
    W: 57 kgs
    S: I Am Invincible
    D: Set To Skelter
    2.1L
    J: D Oliver
    T: G Waterhouse & A Bott
    W: 56 kgs
    S: I Am Invincible
    D: Xandretta
    • Track: Caulfield
    • Race: $175,000 Listed Alinghi Stakes (1100m)
    • Winner: 4YO mare Humma Humma (Denman-Humma Mumma, by Bel Esprit)
    • Placings: 5YO mare Demerara & 4YO mare Prophet's Thumb
    • Winning Sire: Denman (Lonhro-Peach, by Vain)
    • Stud Farm: Darley
    • Trainer: John McArdle
    • Jockey: Jamie Mott
    • Race record: 5 wins and 6 placings from 17 starts for $472,380 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $80,000 yearling at the 2017 Inglis Melbourne Premier Sale
    • Vendor: Flinders Park Stud
  • Akari Wins Listed Reginald Allen

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: C Reith
    T: Brad Widdup
    W: 56 kgs
    S: Snitzel
    D: Asterix
    0.4L
    J: J Bowman
    T: C J Waller
    W: 58 kgs
    S: Uncle Mo
    D: We Betcha
    0.5L
    J: K Mc Evoy
    T: P & P Snowden
    W: 59 kgs
    S: Exceed And Excel
    D: Maysoon
    2.7L
    J: Tim Clark
    T: James Cummings
    W: 57.5 kgs
    S: Shooting To Win
    D: Lobola
    • Track: Randwick
    • Race: $140,000 Listed Reginald Allen (1400m)
    • Winner: 3YO filly Akari (Snitzel-Asterix, by Neo Universe)
    • Placings: 3YO filly Betcha Flying & 3YO filly Mayaaseh
    • Winning Sire: Snitzel (Redoute’s Choice-Snippet’s Lass, by Snippets)
    • Stud Farm: Arrowfield Stud
    • Trainer: Brad Widdup
    • Jockey: Christian Reith
    • Race record: 2 wins and 3 placings from 5 starts for $120,965 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $1,050,000 yearling at the 2018 Inglis Easter Sale
    • Vendor: Arrowfield Stud
  • Alabama Express Wins Listed Gothic Stakes

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: M J Dee
    T: M D Moroney
    W: 55 kgs
    S: Redoute's Choice
    D: Lago Ovation
    0.2L
    J: Damian Lane
    T: James Cummings
    W: 55 kgs
    S: Lonhro
    D: Kona
    1.7L
    J: B Melham
    T: Anthony Freedman
    W: 56 kgs
    S: Charm Spirit
    D: Zaloot
    2.5L
    J: John Allen
    T: P Stokes
    W: 55 kgs
    S: Foxwedge
    D: Ennerdale
    • Track: Caulfield
    • Race: $175,000 Listed Gothic Stakes (1400m)
    • Winner: 3YO colt Alabama Express (Redoute's Choice-Lago Ovation, by Encosta De Lago)
    • Placings: 3YO colt Hilo & 3YO gelding Heirborn
    • Winning Sire: Redoute's Choice (Danehill-Shantha’s Choice, by Canny Lad)
    • Stud Farm: Arrowfield Stud
    • Trainer: Michael Moroney
    • Jockey: Michael Dee
    • Race record: 2 wins and a placing from 4 starts for $128,000 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $280,000 yearling at the 2018 Inglis Easter Sale
    • Vendor: Arrowfield Stud
  • Admiral's Joker Wins Listed Seymour Cup

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: Craig Williams
    T: Kylie Vella
    W: 56 kgs
    S: Bel Esprit
    D: Admiral's Lady
    0.8L
    J: Damian Lane
    T: Anthony Freedman
    W: 55.5 kgs
    S: Heart's Cry
    D: Eishin Linden
    1.8L
    J: D Oliver
    T: M D Moroney
    W: 56.5 kgs
    S: Bullet Train
    D: Diamantina Dior
    3.0L
    J: M J Dee
    T: M Price & M Kent Jnr
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: Jimmy Choux
    D: Seven Schillings
    • Track: Seymour
    • Race: $200,000 Listed Seymour Cup (1600m)
    • Winner: 7YO gelding Admiral's Joker (Bel Esprit-Admiral's Lady, by Danehill)
    • Placings: 6YO gelding A Shin Rook & 4YO gelding Chapada
    • Winning Sire: Bel Esprit (Royal Academy-Bespoken, by Vain)
    • Stud Farm: Sun Stud
    • Trainer: Kylie Vella
    • Jockey: Craig Williams
    • Race record: 6 wins and 4 placings from 13 starts for $403,125 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A
  • Sweet Treat Wins Listed Staphanos Classic

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: J Kam
    T: Team Rogerson
    W: 53 kgs
    S: Ekraar
    D: Flinders
    0.8L
    J: L T Hemi
    T: Ms S Dougan
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: Zacinto
    D: Black Anna
    1.8L
    J: M T Coleman
    T: S B Marsh
    W: 53 kgs
    S: Darci Brahma
    D: Bella Rosalia
    2.0L
    J: D J Danis
    T: C J Wood
    W: 56 kgs
    S: Tavistock
    D: Za Tiara
    • Track: Arawa Park
    • Race: $50,000 Listed Staphanos Classic (1950m)
    • Winner: 6YO mare Sweet Treat (Ekraar-Flinders, by Royal Academy)
    • Placings: 6YO gelding Charlie Horse & 7YO mare Strolling Vagabond
    • Winning Sire: Ekraar (Red Ransom-Sacahuista, by Raja Baba)
    • Stud Farm: Stoney Bridge
    • Trainer: Team Rogerson
    • Jockey: J Kam
    • Race record: 5 wins and 9 placings from 39 starts for $80,000 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $30,000 yearling at the 2015 NZB NYSS
    • Vendor: Monovale Farm
  • Nistaan Wins Listed Murray Bridge Gold Cup

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: J Holder
    T: T & C McEvoy
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Nicconi
    D: Fustaan
    2.3L
    J: Sophie Logan
    T: Grant Young
    W: 54 kgs
    S: King Cugat
    D: Sun Moon Lake
    2.7L
    J: Anna Jordsjo
    T: R W Huxtable
    W: 59 kgs
    S: Hussonet
    D: Kuri Bay
    3.4L
    J: B Vorster
    T: T & C McEvoy
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Savabeel
    D: Shopaholic
    • Track: Murray Bridge
    • Race: $100,000 Listed Murray Bridge Gold Cup (1600m)
    • Winner: 5YO gelding Nistaan (Nicconi-Fustaan, by Ekraar)
    • Placings: 7YO gelding Borris In Ossory & 6YO gelding Hussybay
    • Winning Sire: Nicconi (Bianconi-Nicola Lass, by Scenic)
    • Stud Farm: Widden Stud
    • Trainer: Tony & Calvin McEvoy
    • Jockey: Jason Holder
    • Race record: 4 wins and 6 placings from 14 starts for $193,850 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $150,000 yearling at the 2016 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale
    • Vendor: Musk Creek Farm
  • I'm Incredible Wins Listed Queen Elizabeth II Cup

    Monday, 21st October 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
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    J: V Duric
    T: S Baertschiger
    W: 58 kgs
    S: Lope De Vega
    D: Moment In Time
    0.1L
    J: W Pike
    T: R Le Grange
    W: 58 kgs
    S: Medaglia D'Oro
    D: Run For Roses
    1.9L
    J: Joseph Azzopardi
    T: D L Freedman
    W: 58 kgs
    S: Sepoy
    D: Mysterious Light
    2.0L
    J: S Noh
    T: M Clements
    W: 58 kgs
    S: Echoes Of Heaven
    D: Replicate
    • Track: Kranji
    • Race: S$800,000 Weight For Age Queen Elizabeth II Cup (1800m)
    • Winner: 5YO gelding I'm Incredible (Lope De Vega-Moment In Time, by Archway)
    • Placings: 5YO gelding King Louis & 5YO gelding Sun Marshal
    • Winning Sire: Lope De Vega (Shamardal-Lady Vettori, by Vettori)
    • Stud Farm: N/A
    • Trainer: Shane Baertschiger
    • Jockey: Vlad Duric
    • Race record: 6 wins and a placing from 10 starts for $674,174 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $260,000 yearling at the 2016 NZB NYSS
    • Vendor: Curraghmore

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