The inaugural tour viewing progeny of first season sires in the Waikato has been chalked up as a success.
Zac Purton celebrates aboard Beauty Generation in front of a packed Sha Tin crowd.
New Zealand-bred megastar Beauty Generation (NZ) (Road to Rock) cost just $60,000 at the Select Sale at Karaka, but he is now the highest prize-money earner in the history of Hong Kong racing.
Graduates of the Karaka sales complex have done it again in a major Hong Kong sprint, sweeping the first three placings in Sunday’s HK$16 million Group 1 Chairman’s Sprint Prize (1200m) at Sha Tin.
Dual Group 1-winning New Zealand sprinter Enzo’s Lad is in Hong Kong to represent his country, especially the South Island of that nation, and to represent the family of his trainer Michael Pitman in the G1 Chairman’s Sprint Prize (1200m).
Zed Em was being toasted on both sides of the Tasman when he was hailed as the King of Oakbank at the popular South Australian meeting on Saturday.