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6 Aust-Bred Winners In Malaysia

Monday, 27th June 2011

In Malaysia, 6 Australian-bred gallopers scored at Selangor:

  • 5YO gelding World Superman (Tough Speed-Loughmoe Lady, by Northern Lady) won over 1400m for trainer Mohammed Sukri. World Superman was a $23,000 yearling consigned by Armidale Stud at the 2007 Magic Millions/Tasmanian Breeders Sale & subsequently a $62,500 2YO at the 2007 Magic Millions Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
  • 4YO gelding Brisbane (Made Of Gold-Sweet Lady Bird, by Navajo Bird) won over 1800m for trainer James Brogan. Brisbane was a $6,000 2YO consigned by Laceby Lodge at the 2008 Queensland Horses-In-Training sale.
  • 3YO gelding Piccolo Man (Piccolo-Wimpel by St Covet) won over 1200m for trainer Katherine Hughes. Piccolo Man was a $9,000 yearling consigned by K.J.Kingswell at the 2009 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling sale & subsequently a $24,000 2YO at the 2009 Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
  • 4YO entire You Never Know (Reset-Rippa Royale, by Grand Lodge) won over 1200m for trainer James Brogan. You Never Know was a $38,000 2YO consigned by Hilton Thoroughbreds at the 2008 Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
  • 5YO gelding Tequila Sunrise (Taimazov-Starry Starry Nite, by Ascot Knight) won over 1600m for trainer James Brogan. Tequila Sunrise was a $5,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Summer Sale & subsequently a $36,000 2YO at the 2007 Magic Millions Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
  • 5YO gelding Rush Hour (Manner Hill-Amber Lunch, by Lunchtime) won over 1200m for trainer James Brogan. Rush Hour was a $29,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale & subsequently a $30,000 2YO at the 2007 Magic Millions Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
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