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Runners Today

GRAF R7-4 Unleash The Red 4g ex: Vega Sicilia
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Yesterday's Results

5th Otaki: All In Mana 5g ex All In Black
7th Singapore: Absolvido 6g ex Diamond Rock
9th Otaki: Rippin 5m ex Snippins
14th Sha Tin: Phenomenal 4g ex Negotiate
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Latest News

Te Akau Shark Ready for Aussie Debut
Exciting New Zealand galloper Te Akau Shark will kick-off his spring campaign in Australia on Saturday where he will contest the Group II Tramway Stakes (1400m) at Randwick in front of some of his local owners, including Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Captain Paul Gallen.
Karaka Graduate Green Energy Finds Top Form
The Danny Shum-trained Green Energy, a New Zealand-bred son of Rip Van Winkle, returned from an eight-month injury absence to win Monday’s public holiday feature at Sha Tin, the Class 2 Hong Kong Reunification Cup Handicap (1200m).

Australian Yearling Stats

NZ Yearling Stats

Distance Performance

This graph represents the amount of races in Australasia in each distance range and the percentage of the stallion's winners which come in each distance range.
Eg: 23.5% of races are 1201m to 1400m and 26 of this stallions winners are in that range.

Top Nicks

Volksraad
10 wnrs, (2 sw) Kingsguard
Zabeel
10 wnrs, (2 sw) Naantali
Danehill
9 wnrs, (2 sw) Sleeping Beauty
Flying Spur
2 wnrs, (1 sw) Lil Miss Swiss
Grosvenor
2 wnrs, (1 sw) Capella
Keeper
2 wnrs, (1 sw) Let Her Rip
Van Nistelrooy
2 wnrs, (1 sw) First Impressions
Chief Bearhart
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Te Akau Shark
Desert Sun
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Magic Dancer
Polish Precedent
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Euro Angel

Runners Today

GRAF R7-4 Unleash The Red 4g ex: Vega Sicilia
Click here for more entries

Yesterday's Results

5th Otaki: All In Mana 5g ex All In Black
7th Singapore: Absolvido 6g ex Diamond Rock
9th Otaki: Rippin 5m ex Snippins
14th Sha Tin: Phenomenal 4g ex Negotiate
Click here for more results.

Latest News

Te Akau Shark Ready for Aussie Debut
Exciting New Zealand galloper Te Akau Shark will kick-off his spring campaign in Australia on Saturday where he will contest the Group II Tramway Stakes (1400m) at Randwick in front of some of his local owners, including Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Captain Paul Gallen.
Karaka Graduate Green Energy Finds Top Form
The Danny Shum-trained Green Energy, a New Zealand-bred son of Rip Van Winkle, returned from an eight-month injury absence to win Monday’s public holiday feature at Sha Tin, the Class 2 Hong Kong Reunification Cup Handicap (1200m).

Top Nicks

Volksraad
10 wnrs, (2 sw) Kingsguard
Zabeel
10 wnrs, (2 sw) Naantali
Danehill
9 wnrs, (2 sw) Sleeping Beauty
Flying Spur
2 wnrs, (1 sw) Lil Miss Swiss
Grosvenor
2 wnrs, (1 sw) Capella
Keeper
2 wnrs, (1 sw) Let Her Rip
Van Nistelrooy
2 wnrs, (1 sw) First Impressions
Chief Bearhart
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Te Akau Shark
Desert Sun
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Magic Dancer
Polish Precedent
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Euro Angel