|Two to Watch from Kembla|
Tan Chin Nam has placed a lot of faith in his young sire Pendragon and would no
doubt be well pleased with these two lightly raced winners at Kembla on Sunday,
both of them prepared by Bart Cummings.
|More Success for Pendragon|
Impressive Hong Kong galloper and Think Big Stud graduate, The Peak (4yo, Pendragon – Cavita) continued on his winning ways when saluting at Sha Tin on Sunday evening.
|Metro Double for Pendragon|
A winning metropolitan double by emerging stayers Dragonzone and Blazing Dragon has provided Pendragon with another string to his bow with the Sydney and Melbourne spring carnivals just around the corner.
|One to Watch - Kembla|
Our 'One to Watch' horses are usually of the speedy variety, however as a half-brother to a an Oaks winner and being trained by Bart Cummings, this one definitely falls at the other end of the spectrum.
|My Guarantee |
Dato Tan Chin Nam has come up with a unique
guarantee for breeders.
|The Peak, a Rising Star for Pendragon|
The Peak confirmed
himself as one of Hong Kong's more promising young racehorses when an explosive
display last night carried him to his second win in as many starts at Sha Tin.
|The Peak Leads Notable Double for Think Big|
A scintillating debut from Pendragon three year-old The Peak clinched a rewarding weekend for Think Big Stud graduates with the gelding's Sha Tin victory on Sunday evening coming a day after Liveandletdie made a blistering return to racing at Flemington.
|Winning Week for Pendragon|
Young Think Big Stud based sire Pendragon was in the frame at Gosford on Thursday with the improving Bart Cummings trained filly Blazing Dragon.
|Pendragon Filly Wins by Six|
Dark Brown Sugar made an emphatic statement away from the Melbourne Cup when saluting by almost six lengths in front of more than 25,000 patrons at Royal Randwick today.
|Half-Brother for Galizani|
Think Big Stud matron, Zahani, had her credentials further enhanced when her daughter Galizani collected her second feature win for the year in the Listed Tattersall's Club Cup (2400m) at Randwick yesterday and less than 24 hours after gave birth to a colt.