Saturday, March 27, 2010


John Honeysett’s exciting galloper, Golago, appears to have grown another leg in the 36 weeks he was on the sidelines.
Although the Delago Brom 4YO ran third at Pakenham during his first campaign, he has returned to racing a different horse with his maiden win at Mornington in mid February followed by a city second on 10 March: all of which was capped off with a three length romp over 1800m at Sandown on Wednesday (24 March).
He is clearly above average and won’t surprise to see him competitive in longer events throughout the latter part of autumn and winter.
Bred by Fred Sands and Ken Biggins, Golago is out of the Varick mare, Specks of Gold, a multiple winning half sister to the Freedman trained Group winner, Chong Tong and closely related to outstanding sprinter, Mighty Supremo.

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