+64 21 762 559 (Gordon Cunningham)
Latest NewsWeekend runnersNew Zealand BloodstockUnforgottenNearco StudTulipTe AkauWeekend wrap upLong leafFanaticManolo BlahniqNot An OptionTofaneHeroic ValourLindsay Park RacingMighty BossMonday Wrap upDistinctive DarciBelle du NordTheanswermyfriendAge of chivarlyChris WallerFirst SealKuroRodricoHayesKinaneTribal WisdomHe Kin FlyI'm IncredibleLisdoonvarnaConquerorIn a twinklingMick PriceWeaponryGlobal ThinkingMay SaleNZBReady To RunThe everestAlmost courtAsgard MassifAspect ratioDabernigLoose cannonOnly TigerProvocativeRed DawnSingaporeStephen MarshTaroniBlue on BlackChampion ThoruoghbredsCoolmoreFlying FeetGokoGold MagGraeme SandersHenry DwyerJoe PrideJohn ThompsonMark TreloarRocknrollaSean KiernanThunder Down UnderWeanling SaleAbsolut ExcelenciaAustralian OaksBallymoreBlizzardChina Horse ClubDarren WeirDavid BrowneDebbie SweeneyEl chapoEmma-Lee BrowneFamily LeaderFastnet RockFlemingtonGo racingHeart Of CourageHigh ClassJimmy LincolnKarakaKaraka MillionMarblesMongolian beautyMoroneyParis RockPitmanPrivate ThoughtsRafflesRoc de BankRockfastRuetiggerSandersSeventh SealShaune RitchieStephen RalphSuper easySweeneyTe akau racingTony NoonanTony PikeWar FrontierWhat Choux WantWrap UpAdelaide CupAdrian BottAdrian ClarkAll Star MileAlysha CollettAndrew WilliamsAndy WilliamsAnnavistoAudioAustramoreBaggy GreenBak Da PrincessBankside BelleBeer GardenBesty CoupBeyond The DreamBoxing Day RacesBridges To BabylonBroodmare Pedigree UpdatesBroodmare SaleBye Bye BelleCalder BloodstockCalm SeekerCaulfieldCaulfield CupCaulfield GuineasCeltic tigerCeylonChampion ThoroughbredsChrissy BambryCoup Darci BeCouplandCraig WilliamsCurraghmoreDanny ShumDauphine de franceDave HeywoodDominicDon't Plead GuiltyEasy HabitEcuadorFantasyFighting SunFirebird FlyerFirebirdFlyerFlower GirlFoal WatchFormalityFrankelFreshwater StormGai WaterhouseGlorious OceanGolden RoseGolden SlipperGood FaithGood StockGordon cunninghmaGorgeous AgainHatrick boysHighflyingHong KongHui Hai StarsIncheon ExpressJazzmanJohn ChalmersJohn O'SheaJolie's ShinjuJosh ParrJustice GloryKamikaze RebelKaren FursdonKatagasKeltic RockstarKenjiKiwi BredKool GalLake hayesLand GrantLatestNewsLattaLindsay ParkLindsay RacingLogan RacingLord TurboLot 57MakdanifeManikatoMark WalkerMatrix BloodstockMelbourne CupMerlion TrophyMexican RoseMike MoroneyMill DuckieMr IntelligenceMulcasterMusignyMyrrhNerve Not VerveNot A DoubtNZ DerbyO'ReillyOceanographyPalm SpringsPedigreePedigree updatesPenelope CruisePennacchioPour MoiPower rushPremierProisirPumpsQue SeraRaeRaffles RacingRetired HorseRighteous MateSacred ShamSaimee JumaatSalamancaSavabeelSecret winShockingSingapore Turf ClubSnitzelSomething MajicSpecial MemoriesSt JustSun TouchSweetzouTam O'ShanterTankardThere's No DoubtTip The WinkTony ParkerTouch of silverTracey LammasTyphoon Tracy StakesUno SayuriUpdateWallerWeanling Pedigree UpdatesYesterday's SongsYou're WelcomeZoustar
TAGS

Monday Wrap Up 11.06.18

REPLAY: Roc De Bank runs a close third in the Foster Maintain 1400 at Te Rapa

There was only one winner last week, though quite a popular one, and several notable placings with Curraghmore graduates putting in brave runs to finish in the placings.

Only Tiger (Rip Van Winkle), who has quite the Australasian fan base, achieved a deserved win at Wyong on Thursday.

Bred by Chrissy Bambry and her parents Tony and Judith Bambry, Only Tiger was sold through Curraghmore’s 2015 New Zealand Bloodstock Premier draft for $220,000 when purchased by DGR Thoroughbred Services and Cummings & Cummings.

Only Tiger started as the $2.30 favourite and after jumping well sat three wide before finding the eventual lead.

Jockey Tim Clark was able to settle the consistent stayer and turning for home opted to take Only Tiger away from the fence, the challenges came but the John Sargent trained four-year-old dug deep and fought  back to score his second career victory.

“It was a very good staying effort by the horse on a heavy track. He is now race fit and we might look to back him up at Warwick Farm on Wednesday over the 2110m. As he continues to mature, he will get up to city cup status,” Sargent said.

To view the video replay click here

Curraghmore had two graduates line up at Te Rapa on Saturday.

Former Hong Kong galloper Rodrico (High Chaparral) was pleasing in average conditions and ran third to stablemate Zanyetta over 2100m.

Roc De Bank (Roc de Cambes) was very brave to just get beaten in the Foster Maintain 1400, only .3 of a length behind the winner Underthemoonlight who is a Group Two winner.

In Singapore on Sunday night Distinctive Darci (Darci Brahma) was a very good second in the Kranji Stakes A race over 1200m.    El Chapo (Niagara) put in a nice performance to finish fourth in the Class 4 race over 1200m and looks like he will only improve as the distance increases to 1400m.

As anticipated Kuro (Denman) did not handle the track when contesting the Listed Hinkle Handicap (1200m) at Doomben which was run on a heavy 8.  The $170,000 New Zealand Bloodstock graduate has now been sent for a spell.



 

This product has been added to your cart

CHECKOUT