Monday, April 12, 2010


Eliza Park’s Asian representative, Lyle Plumb, has always had an eye for a good neddy and that ‘vision’ has certainly been on target of late.
Rangirangdoo, a horse Lyle purchased on behalf of clients, is now a dual Group Two winner and 3-time Group One runnerup, while his $10,000 purchase at the 2006 Gold Coast Magic Millions – Good Nature – is wowing them in Malaysia.

Racing and Sports takes up the story.
Australian-bred Good Nature notched up his second Malaysian classic on Sunday (11 April) when he edged out Sanjuan in the $M600,000 Group One Selangor Gold Cup.
With leading apprentice Jacky Lim in the saddle, Good Nature was able to double his feature race win count following success in the Perak Derby five runs back.
Trained by former South African horseman Kevin Coetzee, Good Nature is an Australian bred son of Way of Light who was sold by Magic Millions as both a weanling and yearling.
At his most recent sale appearance Lyle Plumb purchased Good Nature for $10,000 from the Couzinz draft at the 2006 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale.
The quality performer boasts the impressive record of eight wins and seven minor placings from just 23 starts. In that time he’s earned the Golden Knight Stable over M$1.1 million.
Good Nature is the stand out winner to date for the once winning French Deputy mare Tears We Cry - a half sister to Hawkesbury Guineas runner-up and Silver Slipper Stakes third Five Ways.
Tears We Cry is from a Miswaki half sister to champion mare Miss Alleged - a Breeders’ Cup Turf and Hollywood Turf Cup winner and proven stakes producer.

If you are interested in racing and/or selling your horse in South East Asia, please contact Lyle Plumb +61 390186556 or

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