Sunday, September 19, 2010


Eliza Park’s growing reputation in South East Asia received another boost on Friday and Saturday nights with victories to Unpickable (DELAGO BROM) at Kranji (Singapore) and Blue Sky (BEL ESPRIT) at Sha Tin (Hong Kong) respectively.
Unpickable – who races out of the Steve Burridge stable – picked up his fourth victory in Singapore with a hard fought win.
Bred by Tasmania’s good doctor, Graham McLeod, Unpickable is out the Never Quit mare, Quit Smokin’, a dual stakes winner and closely related to Blue Diamond winner Canonise.
Across the water, Blue Sky was equally impressive in Hong Kong – having his first run of the new season – and also notching up his fourth win for trainer Caspar Fownes and expat hoop, Brett Prebble.
Amazing performance actually – a furlong out he looked to have little chance and about as much room to move as a backyard outhouse. Full marks to Prebble’s steering: click here for a replay.
Blue Sky is out of the Supremo mare Aquatint and was bred by Eliza Park.

Supreme Best made it three from three in three days when successful at Macau's Taipa track on Sunday night (19 September).
Notching up his second win in Macau, Supreme Best is by Bel Esprit from the Canny Lad mare Ultima Vita and was bred by Rob Ferguson in NSW.

Supreme Best (by Bel Esprit) scored at Taipa on Sunday night.

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