Monthly Archives: December 2011

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Brand new syndication company

This week I launched my brand new syndication company, CHALLENGE RACEHORSE SYNDICATIONS LTD. Syndication has long been on my agenda, but I’ve been determined to get the timing right.  I gained my Authorised Syndicator status from New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing … Continue reading

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Zabeel colt has the goods

It’s close to four years to the day that we retired our dual Group Two-winning race mare Sarajay (Danasinga).  Her final run was in the Zabeel Classic-Gr.1 at Ellerslie on Boxing Day, 2007.  She finished a game, typically honest fourth … Continue reading

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A 2011 highlight – National Weanling Sale result

One of my highlights from 2011 was selling the top-priced filly at New Zealand Bloodstock’s National Weanling Sale last May. The filly concerned is by Pentire from Gin City and was consigned through Gordon Cunningham’s Curraghmore Stud. I purchased Gin … Continue reading

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Quintessential forward

Quintessential (Fast ‘n’ Famous ex Florette), one of the fillies I manage for Nearco Stud, is forward to resume in the Rating 65 1200m event at Te Rapa on Saturday. She went straight to Paul Pertab’s property to spell after … Continue reading

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Great results with Shocking

I manage four mares who all went to Rich Hill Stud’s newcomer horse Shocking this season and the results have been fantastic. All four are in foal and, what’s more, all have early service dates. A big thanks to Casey … Continue reading

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Latest on Jason Collett

I spoke with Jason Collett’s dad, Richard, today to get the latest on his son who remains in Waikato Hospital after his horrendous fall at Gate Pa last Friday. The good news is that Jason has made pleasing progress, is … Continue reading

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My take on Able One

With more media at Sha Tin than you can shake a stick at, every imaginable word about Able One’s performance in last night’s Hong Kong Mile has probably been said. For me the win was a credit to every single … Continue reading

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Jump Outs this morning at Cambridge

I had a close-up look at the Cambridge Jump Outs this morning, joining trainer Murray Baker behind the barriers. The local horses had access to the course proper today, so there was a swag of youngsters lining up for the … Continue reading

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Tip the Wink to race in foal

Tip the Wink will be racing in foal when she steps out in the Open 1200 metres Handicap event at Awapuni on Saturday in the hands of Rosie Myers. It’s been a busy few months for the dual Listed Race-winning … Continue reading

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