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Author: zambari Timestamp:- 17/4/2007 5:08:19 PM Subject: Re: Aust Horses sold overseas...
Message: They are all listed on the Aust Studbook site but you need to be a subscriber.
Sent to HK so far this year
Blue Lago (AUS) 2003 HK Name Whatafantasy (AUS) 2003 Egomaniac (AUS) 2003 HK Name Leading Head (AUS) 2003 It Will Do (AUS) 2003 HK Name Nirvana (AUS) 2003 Nod (AUS) 2003 HK Name Encore Win (AUS) 2003 Off And Gone (AUS) 2003 HK Name Asian Citrus (AUS) 2003 Orpentunity (AUS) 2003 HK Name Jamesina (AUS) 2003 Revise (AUS) 2003 HK Name Here WE GO (AUS) 2003 Sir Lago (AUS) 2003 HK Name Sir Lago (AUS) 2003 Sunny Boy (AUS) 2004 HK Name Sou MA Tam (AUS) 2004 The Last Judgement (AUS) 2003 HK Name Encore (AUS) 2003 Top Strand (AUS) 2003 HK Name Forever Fight (AUS) 2003 Two Oceans (AUS) 2002 HK Name Handsome Target (AUS) 2002 Umatrue (AUS) 2003 HK Name BE MY Song (AUS) 2003 Yankee (AUS) 2003 HK Name
that AlphaMail (ex Wasp) raced against Leading Ahead (ex EgoManiac) on Saturday, won by LeadingAhead.
I noticed some of the older AUS horses still racing there include KingHogan, SirErnesto, WellNoted, plus Ambulance (cant recall his new name), Dr Green, and some newer ones include RoyalDelight (ex WarOfTheWorlds) and DownTheWicket and StarOfLuis, both of whom probably have new names. I think AbleOne was also ex Aust horse.
Message: Sorry to steal your thread here but I was wondering if anyone could tell me how C'est le Reve and Carnegie Pops went in Macau when the left here for there a couple of years back any help would be greatly appreciated.
Message: dont forget Downtown (ex - Hantu) former gun 2yo in Perth trained by George Daly is in the top three 1200-1400m horses in Hong Kong, tough, consistent and easy to spot as he is a ghostly grey.
He's a seriously good horse which would be one of the main reasons (along with Vengeance of Rain) why our horses continue to get snapped up when they show something in Oz.
Another - Toms Six (ex Manjar - very good Perth horse) but seemingly has struggled to adapt
Many of them struggle to adapt but the ones that do are a real blessing to the industry.
Author: marbine Timestamp:- 19/4/2007 1:26:48 PM Subject: Re: Aust Horses sold overseas...
Message: Interesting Lord, maybe, but there could also be another side to the story. How good was Genius and Evil when it raced here? It is now the highest rating sprinter in the world. Maybe Casper Fownes will get more out of Green Birdie than Brian Jenkins did, just as it appears that David Hall has got more out of Absolute Champion than Steve Englebrecht did.
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