Friday, December 3, 2010


Not surprisingly, STATUE OF LIBERTY hogs a lot of press via dynamic sprinters such Hay List and Mic Mac, the latter of whom will be chasing Group One glory in New Zealand this summer.
However, it’s not hard to see why the son of Storm Cat has such global appeal when you take into account his strike rate in the last 10 days.
Commencing the ‘roll’ with a double on 20 November through New Colossus (4YO gelding) at Mornington and Liberty Green (2YO filly) in England, Statue of Liberty followed up with Baggsy (3YO filly) in England on 21 November, Morna (3YO filly) in Italy on 22 November, a treble on 26 November – Ragazza Veloce (4YO mare) on the Sunshine Coast, Serva Padrona (3YO filly) in France and Podgie’s Boy (2YO colt) in England, a stakes win on 27 November with Golden Star (a previous Group One winner in Macau), a double on 28 November with Call For Liberty (5YO gelding) in Germany and Uppercut Action (2YO colt) in Sweden and, on Wednesday (1 December) another double with Liberty Trail (4YO gelding) and Custard Cream Kid (4YO gelding) in England.

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