Tuesday, December 8, 2009


Although he had six runners in four states on Sunday (6 December) – for a winner and three placings – Clangalang is rapidly becoming something of a pin up boy in the Apple Isle.
Mr Isaac got the ball rolling with another game performance over 1200m at Launceston, while Geegees Blackflash went within a whisker of notching up his third city win in the last on the program.
Mr Isaac and Geegees Blackflash have again proven there is little rhyme and reason to this breeding caper: neither horse has won beyond 1200m, while their sire won an AJC Derby-G1 (2400m) before creating history with an Epsom-G1 (1600m) victory in the spring.
Meanwhile, the King Loc Holdings bred and owned Mr Isaac is out of the Tasmanian Oaks-LR winning mare, Wavishing, while Geegees Blackflash is out of an unraced half sister to SAJC Derby-G1 (2500m) winner Cheviot.

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