Curraghmore graduates were in action across the globe this weekend with two winners in Asia and a couple of stakes placings in Australasia.
Age of Chivalry (NZ) (He’s Remarkable) ran second to Homesman in the Gr.2 Schweppes Crystal Mile (1600m) at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
The Matthew Ellerton and Simon Zahra-trained five-year-old is set to back up in the Gr.1 Kennedy Cantala Stakes (1600m) on Derby Day at Flemington on Saturday.
At Te Rapa, three-year-old filly Kahma Lass followed up her last start maiden win with a Group Three placing, finishing second to De La Terre in the Waikato Stud Soliloquy Stakes (1400m).
The Brendan and Jo Lindsay owned and Te Akau Racing-trained filly holds a nomination for the Gr.1 Barneswood Farm 48th New Zealand 1000 Guineas at Riccarton Park on November 14 and she looks to be an exciting prospect for the future.
Bred by Greg Tomlinson’s Nearco Stud, Kahma Lass is by Darci Brahma out of the stakes performed Orientate mare Distinctive Lass, making her a full sibling to stakes winner Distinctive Darci and a half-sibling to multiple stakes winner Kuro (Denman).
In Hong Kong on Saturday, straight track specialist Goko scored the fourth win of his career in the Hamilton Handicap over 1000m. Also bred by Nearco Stud, Goko is a graduate of our 2014 NZB National Weanling Sale draft where he was purchased by Ascot Farm for $160,000 before being on sold to Mr IP Chun Shing at the 2015 NZB Ready To Run Sale for $525,000.
Showcase The Gold (Showcasing) rounded off the weekend nicely with a front running win in the Super Easy 2013 Stakes Open Maiden (WFA) (1600m).
The James Peters-trained four-year-old was having just his fifth career. By Showcasing out of the Japanese Scatter The Gold mare, Uno Sayuri, he was bred by another of Curraghmore’s long term clients in Dr Tan.