Monday, May 10, 2010


Barack Obama might have problems pushing through reforms, but his Tasmanian ‘namesake’ must surely be close to pushing for a manland start after another powerhouse performance at Hobart yesterday (9 May).
Prince Obama is clearly a 3YO with above average ability. Racing in the I’m Paddy Handicap (1200m), the Clangalang flyer recorded his third win from six outings – finishing in a place at his other three.
Bred by Jenny Watson and sold at the 2008 Tasmanian Magic Millions for $32,000, Prince Obama is out of the Ark Regal mare Angelika and is a half brother to two winners.
Angelika, meanwhile, is a half sister to stakes winner Mucho Dinero.
We keep harping on about it, but Clangalang is one of the best bets going … especially for owner/breeders.
His fee of $5,500 is enormous value and it’s worth keeping in mind that his colt from Genuine Blonde topped this year’s Tasmanian yearling sale at $80,000.

“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.”
- Barack Obama 

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