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Offline fours

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« 2015-Jun-20, 10:41 AM Reply #25 »
Hmmm,

Thats one $1,400.00 investment thats hard to top.

The sale of him ranks right up there with the guy who turned down The Beatles for a recording contract..... but at least they thought the horse was okay - just injured.

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« 2015-Jun-20, 12:58 PM Reply #26 »
I was on him from the very beginning  being by Celtic Swing as I had a foal by him at the time. He was a superstar. Bit of a tragic family really, his half brother, I believe, would have developed into a champ as well

Loved his winterbottom win beating the cat and the way he blew them away in the TJ was fantastic.

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« 2015-Jun-20, 01:32 PM Reply #27 »
Hmmm,

Thats one $1,400.00 investment thats hard to top.

The sale of him ranks right up there with the guy who turned down The Beatles for a recording contract..... but at least they thought the horse was okay - just injured.

Fours
The Beatles' audition tape was utter garbage.

No sane person in the universe would have accepted that.

And wouldn't you know, all of us can check it out.

They owe a huge debt to George Martin.


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« 2015-Jun-22, 01:11 AM Reply #28 »
Farewell you good thing


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« 2015-Jun-22, 03:03 AM Reply #29 »
I was on him from the very beginning  being by Celtic Swing as I had a foal by him at the time. He was a superstar. Bit of a tragic family really, his half brother, I believe, would have developed into a champ as well

Loved his winterbottom win beating the cat and the way he blew them away in the TJ was fantastic.

YOU had a foal by HIM?  Sounds mighty painful Wiles.  I guess prison holds no fear for you.

I was there with the wife and kids at Ascot the day he pipped Apache Cat.  I thought AC had him covered all the way but it was one thing to get up to TT.

Another bloody thing to get past him. 

I guess we all love good-news taxi stories.    :biggrin:

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« 2015-Jun-22, 05:44 AM Reply #30 »

I guess we all love good-news taxi stories.

It was an amazing story.

The horse was originally purchased by the late John Morish for clients who paid a lot for him. Morish failed to get the best out of him and Joe picked him up at a tried racehorse sale for peanuts (think it was $5,000). Joe used to train him as a hobby between shifts working as a taxi driver. The rest is history.

The sort of story that would make good television.   :biggrin:

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« 2015-Jun-22, 05:47 AM Reply #31 »
Joe probably got him fit by taking him the long way around the course.  Old habits die hard. 

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« 2015-Jun-22, 10:10 AM Reply #32 »
It was an amazing story.

The horse was originally purchased by the late John Morish for clients who paid a lot for him. Morish failed to get the best out of him and Joe picked him up at a tried racehorse sale for peanuts (think it was $5,000). Joe used to train him as a hobby between shifts working as a taxi driver. The rest is history.

The sort of story that would make good television.   :biggrin:
I think you will find Joe paid $1375 for him ($1250 +GST).
He was unraced when Joe got him.
John Morish had him first, but he had bad feet and Morish had been unable to get him to the track and gave up on him as a racing prospect.
Probably not one of John's best decisions as a trainer.

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« 2015-Jun-22, 10:16 AM Reply #33 »
I think you will find Joe paid $1375 for him ($1250 +GST).
He was unraced when Joe got him.
John Morish had him first, but he had bad feet and Morish had been unable to get him to the track and gave up on him as a racing prospect.
Probably not one of John's best decisions as a trainer.


Thanks mate. It is a great story!

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« 2015-Jun-22, 10:22 AM Reply #34 »
PP....Poor john it wasn't his only bad decision...climbing through a fence with a loaded rifle was a real big one it cost him his life....a real gentleman but obviously jinxed in a few fazes of his live.

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« 2015-Jun-22, 11:03 AM Reply #35 »
PP....Poor john it wasn't his only bad decision...climbing through a fence with a loaded rifle was a real big one it cost him his life....a real gentleman but obviously jinxed in a few fazes of his live.

I know Kool. It was a very sad ending.

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« 2015-Jul-03, 12:02 AM Reply #36 »
Overdose wins at capannelle - nov 2011

Overdose: winning his final start at Capannelle under Frankie Dettori

 PICTU Corrado Garofalo

Budapest Bullet 
Overdose dies of colic

HUNGARY'S most famous racehorse Overdose, who was dubbed the Budapest Bullet due to his terrific speed, has died at the age of ten from colic.

Bought for just 2,000gns at Tattersalls by owner Zoltan Mikoczy, the sprinting sensation Overdose put his nation on the racing map during the latter half of the noughties with trips to Longchamp, Baden-Baden, Haydock and Royal Ascot.

Overdose's career was one of class and controversy. Unbeatable in Hungary, his legend grew courtesy of online videos of his destructive wins from the front.

The 'Beast from the East' obtained near mythical status with his romps against lesser opposition, but in 2008 he added real substance to his claim to be Europe's best sprinter when coming home clear in the Prix de l'Abbaye at Longchamp.

But what should have been a first Group 1 success was snatched from him after Fleeting Spirit's stall failed to open, resulting in a void race. The fact Overdose's winning time was quicker than that clocked by Marchand D'Or when landing the re-run, which Overdose did not contest due to his earlier exertions, only heightened the feeling he had been hard done by. It was a wrong he was never able to right.

Overdose

Overdose: comes home clear in the void 2008 Abbaye at Longchamp

 PICTU Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)

A British campaign was mooted for 2009, but a reported foot problem first delayed, and then caused the plan to be scrapped. His owner's arrest, along with his trainer Sandor Ribarszki moving country and a further setback all raised the very real fear his blistering speed would not be seen again.

But in July 2010, after 15 months off the track, he returned with victory in Bratislava for new trainer Jozef Roszival. Another victory in Hungary followed and Gary Hind, who rode him on those two starts, paid tribute to the speedster.

He said: "Riding Overdose was one of the highlights of my career. He provided me with two great days. The second, when I rode Overdose to victory at Kincsem Park in Budapest [he won by ten lengths]  in August 2010, was the highlight of the second part of my career, when I was riding away from the UK.

"The tribune was packed and leading Hungarian politicians were there. It was obviously a big deal not just to the racegoers, but for the whole country and he won so impressively. I was caught up in the euphoria of it - they played the national anthem at the presentation and I was a bit overwhelmed by it all, but afterwards in a quieter moment I reflected on the day and was so happy about what had happened.

"I suppose I played the same part in Overdose's career as I did when I rode for John Gosden- where I helped bring the two-year-olds on, here I was helping Overdose get his career back on track after serious injury.  It's very sad to hear the news of his death."

After those two races under Hind he was stepped into Group 2 company at Baden-Baden with Christophe Soumillon in the saddle and tasted defeat for the first time in the Goldene Peitsche.

His 2011 campaign started with victory in Hoppegarten, and ended with a Group 3 success at the Capannelle, with the Budapest Bullet finally making it to Britain in between where he was defeated in the Temple Stakes and King's Stand Stakes.

He was due to start his 2012 campaign on Dubai World Cup night but another injury ended his career.

His legacy could continue as he sired his first foal arrived at Haras de l'Aumonerie in Normandy earlier this year.


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« 2015-Jul-03, 12:04 AM Reply #37 »
Winning connections and kauto star haydock 19.11.11

Kauto Star: won the King George five times

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Legend Kauto Star dies 
after fall in paddock

LEGENDARY chaser Kauto Star has been put down after sustaining injuries as the result of a fall in his paddock.

The Clive Smith-owned superstar was hospitalised and given intensive medical treatment at the Valley Equine Hospital in Upper Lambourn with the team working hard over the weekend to try and save his life after Wednesday's fall.

He was put down at 3pm on Monday, in the presence of Smith and veterinary assistant Hattie Lawrence, when his condition deteriorated.

Smith said: "I am devastated. He had been turned out in Laura's [Collett - rider] paddock, as has been done normally with him at this time for years, and he looks to have jumped something, and stumbled, we're not really sure, but he injured himself - and it became obvious it was serious.

"The vets at Valley Equine Hospital did all they could but it became increasingly apparent the injuries were too serious and that it was in the horse's interests to be put down.

"I have to say Hattie Lawrence and the vets at Valley Equine Hospital did all they could and more. Kauto was kept comfortable throughout and not in pain when the decision to put him down was taken."

In her report detailing the injuries that resulted in the dual Gold Cup winner being put down, Lawrence wrote: "Three bones appear to have been fractured, the ilial shaft, tuber ischi and the greater trochanter of the femur.

"There also appears to have been a fracture to the spine at the base of the neck, probably between C6 and T2. This ultimately was the most significant injury as it produced the paralysis that made it impossible for him to stand.

"The secondary problems that contributed were pneumonia as a result of being cross tied and unable to put his head down, and laminitis which was the result of the toxins in his body and having to stand for so long.

"It is always very upsetting when we are unable to save any horse but when it is a horse which means so much and has given so much pleasure to so many people it is particularly sad.

"Our thoughts are with all those associated with the horse and in particular Clive Smith who was involved throughout his treatment and was present when the decision was taken to humanely euthanase the horse. "

The 15-year-old won 23 of his 41 races, including winning the King George five times and Cheltenham Gold Cup twice.

Bought from France by Smith and trained by Paul Nicholls, Kauto Star won 16 Grade 1s. His first victory at the highest level came in the 2005 Tingle Creek at Sandown, a race he won again the following year.

Kauto Star won his first King George at Kempton in 2006, winning every running through to 2011 bar the 2010 renewal at the course which bears his statue.

There is also a statue of the great horse at Haydock, where he won four Betfair Chases between 2006 and 2011.

His Gold Cup victories came in 2007 and 2009, when he became the first horse to reclaim the Gold Cup.


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« 2016-Apr-04, 11:25 AM Reply #42 »
Boban deserved a long and luxurious retirement as all racehorses do. Very saddened.


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« 2016-Apr-04, 12:42 PM Reply #43 »
Five-time Group 1 winner Boban dies in paddock accident

FIVE-time Group 1 winner Boban has died after a freak paddock accident on Sunday night.

His death comes just two months after trainer Chris Waller announced his retirement alongside fellow multiple Group 1 winner Catkins.

The six-year-old gelding won over $2.8 million, a handy return on his $100,000 sale price and along the way picked up Group 1 wins in the Chipping Norton, Emirates Stakes and the Epsom.

One of his most memorable wins came in the Group 1 Doomben 10,000 last year when he had not won for more than 14 months.


http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/superracing/nsw-racing/fivetime-group-1-winner-boban-dies-in-paddock-accident/news-story/de5d0b039dfb3453c7aaf78d3f0c4472

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« 2016-May-17, 10:42 AM Reply #45 »

Peeping dies

How cruel and fickle racing can be? Newhaven Park's Kelly family, trainer Ron Quinton and jockey Sam Clipperton were all left devastated over the weekend after group 1-winning mare Peeping died on Friday night of a colic attack.

It was almost two months to the day since her last run, a heart-warming success in the Coolmore Classic. It was Clipperton's maiden group 1 win and Quinton's first in four years.

Who knows what she could have done in the spring? Or at stud?

"We were privileged to be involved with her," owner Tom Kelly said.

And many would consider themselves privileged to have watched her.


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« 2016-Jun-07, 04:50 PM Reply #46 »
Ortensia :wavecry:

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« 2016-Jun-07, 06:08 PM Reply #47 »
Ortensia :wavecry:

I can still remember the absolute slaughter job Craig Williams did on her at Flemington one day in the carnival  :tears:

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« 2016-Jun-07, 11:52 PM Reply #48 »


ORTENSIA
2005 bay mare
TESTA ROSSA - AERATE'S PICK
Bred by LD Rhodes
Owned by Mr A D N Fraser, Miss A C N Fraser, Miss E J H Ridley
Trained by Tony Noonan then Paul Messara
34 starts 13 wins 3 seconds 4 thirds $2,480,101

At TWO YEARS
WON of 1029Mar08 Bendigo $9,000 2Y0 Set Weights Maiden  1000m Soft5 ($12,150) Michael Carson 54.5kg Barrier 1  2nd Sherpa 57kg, 3rd Regimental Dance 54.5kg 0:58.32, 4.5L, $4.4/$3.50
WON of 816Apr08 Sandown Hillside  $24,000 2Y0Fillies No Metro Wins Set Weights  1000m Good3 ($22,600) Mr Sebastian Murphy 55.5kg Barrier 6 Rtg 65 2nd Viva Dubai 55.5kg, 3rd Belolly 55.5kg 0:57.11, 5L, 4th@800m, 4th@400m, $2/$2.2/$1.80
At THREE YEARS
3rd of 927Aug08 Moonee Valley $27,500 3YO  0 - 82 Handicap 1000m Soft5($3,317) Steven Arnold 57kg Barrier 7 Rtg 74 
 1st Time Thief 55.5kg, 2nd Spruce Dollar 56kg 0:59.78 (600m 35.70), 1.55L, 7th@800m, 7th@400m, $2.5/$2.6/$2.4/$2.50
2nd of 1113Sep08 Moonee Valley  $126,000 MVRC Champagne Stakes  Group 3 1200m Good3 ($24,500) Brad Rawiller 55.5kg Barrier 11 Rtg 74 1st Dan Baroness 55.5kg, 3rd Impressive Eagle 55.5kg 1:11.65 (600m 35.62), 0.2L, 10th@800m, 11th@400m $5.50
WON of 1220Sep08 Caulfield $125,750 MRC Tranquil Star Stakes (1000 Guineas Prelude) Group 3 1400m Soft5 ($82,750) Danny Nikolic 54kg Barrier 7 Rtg 80 2nd Romneya 54kg, 3rd Sugar Babe (NZ) 56kg 1:26.02 (600m 35.67), 0.75L, 1st@800m, 1st@400m, $3.2/$4
WON of 821Mar09 Caulfield $70,500 Three Year Old Handicap1000m Good3  ($64,200) Craig Williams 57.5kg Barrier 1 Rtg 91 2nd Al's Best Mate 57kg, 3rd Thorn Lake (NZ) 53.5kg 0:57.82 (600m 34.25), 0.1L, 5th@800m, 4th@400m, $2.25/$2.70
WON of 1111Apr09 Randwick $110,000 AJC P J Bell Stakes Listed  1200m Soft5($66,000) Craig Williams 58kg Barrier 6 2nd Dorf Command 53.5kg, 3rd Serenissima 53kg 1:10.13 (600m 35.41), 0.5L, 6th@800m, 5th@400m $3.60
2nd of 1125Apr09 Randwick $110,000  AJC James Carr Stakes Listed 1400m Soft7($20,900) Craig Williams 56.5kg Barrier 4 Rtg 97 1st Silently 54kg, 3rd Yesterday 56kg 1:24.07 (600m 36.83), 0.1L, 3rd@800m, 2nd@400m $1.55
WON of 1616May09 Doomben $151,100 BTC Glenlogan Stud Stakes Listed 1350m Good3 ($97,100) Craig Williams 56kg Barrier 16 2nd Belong to Many 58.5kg, 3rd Russeting 55.5kg 1:18.35 (600m 35.31), 3L, 8th@800m, 8th@400m, $4.4/$4.8/$4
WON of 1730May09 Eagle Farm $151,500 Qld Turf Club Cup Group 2  1300m Soft7 ($97,500) Craig Williams 52kg Barrier 6 2nd Maxisun 52kg, 3rd Mr Baritone (NZ) 55kg 1:19.13 (600m 36.09), 0.1L, 3rd@800m, 4th@400m, $2.25/$2.05/$2.10
3rd of 2006Jun09 Eagle Farm $1,020,000 QTC Stradbroke Handicap Group 1  1400m Heavy10 ($100,000) Craig Williams 51.5kg Barrier 16 1st Black Piranha 55kg, 2nd Danleigh 56.5kg 1:25.53 (600m 39.03), 1.3L, 18th@800m, 18th@400m, $7.5/$8.5/$7/$7.50
AT FOUR YEARS
6th of 1503Oct09 Flemington $251,500 VRC Gilgai Stakes Group 2  1200m Good3 ($5,000) Craig Williams 54.5kg Barrier 10 Rtg 106 1st All Silent 58kg, 2nd First Command 55.5kg 1:09.86 (600m 33.95), 2.05L, 7th@800m, 6th@400m, $4.4/$5.5/$4.40
4th of 924Oct09 Moonee Valley $205,000 MVRC AJ Moir Stakes Group 2 1200m Good3 ($9,000) Craig Williams 56.5kg Barrier 2 Rtg 106 1st Apache Cat 58.5kg, 2nd Mic Mac 58.5kg 1:10.01 (600m 34.78), 1L, 7th@800m, 7th@400m, $8.5/$9.5/$10
2nd of 1603Nov09 Flemington $151,500 Herald Sun Stakes  Listed 1400m Good4 ($27,000) Craig Williams 57.5kg Barrier 5 Rtg 106 1st Strawberry Field 53kg, 3rd Rose Syrah 55kg 1:25.45 (600m 35.42), 0.5L, 7th@800m, 7th@400m, $1.8/$2/$1.95
6th of 1621Nov09 Ascot (WA)$1,015,400 WATC Railway Stakes Group 1 1600m Good3 ($12,500) Craig Williams 53.5kg Barrier 11 1st Sniper's Bullet 56.5kg, 2nd Tarzi 53kg 1:34.25 (600m 34.57), 2.25L, 4th@800m, 4th@400m, $6.5/$7.5/$6
WON of 1328Nov09 Ascot (WA) $505,000 WATC Winterbottom Stakes  Group 2 1200m Good3 ($305,000) Craig Williams 56.5kg Barrier 5 2nd Idyllic Prince 58.5kg, 3rd Black in Time 56.5kg 1:08.56 (600m 34.32), 1.5L, 11th@800m, 11th@400m $3.70
Disq of 1417Apr10 Randwick $303,300 AJC Galaxy Stakes Group 1 1100m Soft5 Craig Williams 56.5kg Barrier 8 Rtg 109 1st Shellscrape 53.5kg, 2nd Swift Alliance 57kg 1:03.29 (600m 34.90), 14th@800m, 14th@400m $4.40
5th of 1215May10 Doomben $405,500 Brisbane Turf Club Cup Group 1 1200m Good3 ($8,000) Hugh Bowman 56.5kg Barrier 4 1st Albert the Fat 58.5kg, 2nd Melito 55kg 1:09.24 (600m 34.07), 1.5L, 9th@800m, 10th@400m, $3/$2.6/$2.90
8th of 1629May10 Doomben $656,600 BTC Doomben 10,000 Group 1 1350m Soft6 Hugh Bowman 57kg Barrier 11 1st Hot Danish 57kg, 2nd Whobegotyou 59kg 1:19.17 (600m 35.26), 2.5L, 12th@800m, 12th@400m, $5/$6.50
16th of 1812Jun10 Eagle Farm $1,020,000 QTC Stradbroke Handicap Group 1 1400m Good3 Craig Williams 53.5kg Barrier 16 1st Black Piranha 55.5kg, 2nd Melito 51.5kg 1:21.16 (600m 35.44), 7.5L, 16th@800m, 16th@400m $12
At FIVE YEARS
3rd of 706Nov10 Flemington $752,500 VRC Patinack Classic Group 1  1200m Good4 ($67,500) Craig Williams 56.5kg Barrier 7 Rtg 113 1st Black Caviar 56.5kg, 2nd Star Witness 53.5kg 1:07.96 (600m 33.36), 6.25L, 6th@800m, 4th@400m, $19/$26/$26
5th of 1412Dec10 ShaTin (Hong Kong) $2,011,090 HKJC Hong Kong Sprint  Group 1 1200m Good ($70,388) Craig Williams 55.5kg Barrier 5 1st J J The Jet Plane (SAF) 57kg, 7th Lucky Nine (IRE) 57kg 1:08.84, 1.8L $34
4th of 928Jan11 Moonee Valley $202,500 MVRC Australia Stakes Group 2 1200m Good3 ($9,000) Craig Williams 56.5kg Barrier 3 Rtg 113 1st Whitefriars 58.5kg, 2nd Undeniably 58.5kg 1:09.66 (600m 34.13), 3.35L, 6th@800m, 5th@400m, $5/$7/$7
3rd of 1612Feb11 Caulfield $402,000 MRC CF Orr Stakes Group 1  1400m Good4  ($36,000) Mark Zahra 57kg Barrier 6 Rtg 111 1st Typhoon Tracy 57kg, 2nd Heart of Dreams 59kg 1:22.72 (600m 33.97), 1.6L, 4th@800m, 3rd@400m, $8/$9.50/$10/$11
6th of 1026Feb11 Caulfield  $502,000 MRC Futurity Stakes Group 1 1400m Good3($10,000) Mark Zahra 57kg Barrier 5 Rtg 111 1st More Joyous (NZ) 57kg, 2nd Whobegotyou 59kg 1:21.79 (600m 33.80), 4.55L, 6th@800m, 6th@400m, $13/$17/$17
7th of 1116Apr11 Randwick $353,300  AJC The Galaxy  Group 1 1100m Heavy8 ($3,500) Craig Williams 55.5kg Barrier 9 Rtg 111 1st Atomic Force 51.5kg, 2nd Thankgodyou'rehere 51.5kg 1:05.31 (600m 36.33), 6.8L, 11th@800m, 11th@400m, $5/$9.50/$10/$10
10th of 1808May11 Morphettville SAJC $350,500 Goodwood Handicap  Group 1  1200m Good3 ($3,500) Steven King 54.5kg Barrier 11 Rtg 110 1st Lone Rock 52kg, 2nd Crystal Lily 53.5kg 1:09.07 (601m 35.53), 4.8L, 13th@800m, 14th@400m, $9/$10
At SIX YEARS
WON of 1603Nov11 Flemington $151,500 VRC  G H Mumm Stakes Listed 1100m Good4 ($91,500) Darren Beadman 57kg Barrier 11 Rtg 108 2nd Balmont 56kg, 3rd Miss Octopussy 54kg 1:03.22 (600m 34.10), 2L, 7th@800m, 3rd@400m, $5/$6.50/$6.50
WON of 1219Nov11 Ascot (WA) $505,000 WATC Winterbottom Stakes Group 1 1200m Good3 ($305,000) Craig Williams 56.5kg Barrier 2 2nd Rarefied 58.5kg, 3rd Grand Nirvana 58.5kg 1:10.10 (600m 34.66), 1L, 5th@800m, 5th@400m, $2.30/$2.10/$2.20
At SEVEN YEARS in Dubai & Great Britain
WON of 1531Mar12 Meydan (UAE) $980,967  Al Quoz Sprint  Group 1 1000m Good ($587,368) Craig Williams 55kg Barrier 0 2nd Sole Power (GB) 57kg, 3rd Joy And Fun (NZ) 57kg 0:57.98, 1.3L $7
9th of 2219Jun12 Ascot (UK). $523,802 King's Stand Stakes Group 1 1000m Soft Craig Williams 57.5kg Barrier 5 1st Little Bridge (NZ) 59kg 0:59.69, 6.9L $5.50
4th of 1214Jul12 Newmarket (UK)  $676,452 July Cup Group 1 1200m Heavy($36,858) William Buick 58kg Barrier 8 1st Mayson (GB) 59.5kg 1:15.90, 8.3L $8
WON of 1703Aug12 Goodwood (UK) $149,658  King George Stakes Group 2 1000m Good($86,277) William Buick 59.5kg Barrier 13 2nd Spirit Quartz (IRE) 57.5kg, 3rd Masamah (IRE) 57kg 0:57.24, 1.3L $7
WON of 1924Aug12 York (UK) $374,144 Nunthorpe Stakes  Group 1  1000m Good ($215,693) William Buick 61kg Barrier 8 2nd Spirit Quartz (IRE) 62kg, 3rd Hamish McGonagall (GB) 62kg 0:57.62, 0.3L $4.50
12th of 1308Sep12 Haydock (UK)$336,732 Sprint Cup Group 1  1200m Good  William Buick 57kg Barrier 13 1st Society Rock (IRE) 58.5kg, 2nd Gordon Lord Byron (IRE) 58.5kg 1:10.20, 9.3L $3.50
At SEVEN YEARS in Australia
11th of 1323Feb13 Caulfield $402,000 Oakleigh Plate Group 1  1100m Good3 Craig Williams 58kg Barrier 4 Rtg 113 1st Mrs Onassis 52.5kg, 2nd Facile Tigre 55kg 1:03.16 (600m 34.06), 4.25L, 13th@800m, 12th@400m, $8/$10/$12
12th of 1309Mar13 Flemington $1,005,000 VRC Newmarket Handicap Group 1 1200m Good3  Dwayne Dunn 56.5kg Barrier 8 Rtg 112 1st Shamexpress (NZ) 51.5kg, 2nd Moment of Change 56.5kg 1:08.16 (600m 33.41), 10L, 8th@800m, 7th@400m, $14/$21/$21
9th of 1318May13 Scone $141,200 Ortensia Stakes  Listed 1100m Good3  Nash Rawiller 62kg Barrier 2 Rtg 113 1st Satin Shoes 55.5kg, 2nd Anise 54kg 1:03.50 (600m 34.01), 4L, 8th@800m, 7th@400m, $5.50/$9.50/$10/$10

Left two fillies   2014 x Choisir  and  2015 x Dream Ahead

Put down at Arrowfield Stud due to an inoperable tumour on her lung 5 June 2016

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« 2016-Jun-08, 09:44 PM Reply #49 »
Didn't realise she had won Winterbottom the twice  :chin:


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