Friday, March 25, 2011


God’s Own might not have had much luck at Sandown on Wednesday when Lady Pania and God Help Her both put in super runs for second and third respectively, but the promising second season sire did manage to kick off the week with wins to Heavenly Wonder at Cranbourne on Sunday and Kuroda Field at Seymour on Tuesday.
Trained by Peter Moody, bred and raced by David and Jenny Moodie and out of the stakes winning Blazing Sword mare Tonicity, Heavenly Wonder was making her debut at Cranbourne and looks to have her share of promise.
Kuroda Field – bred by Yallambee Stud and out of the King Marauding mare Tycoon Prince (which, by the by, was purchased from Moodie at the 2005 Great Southern) – is trained by David Hayes and was notching up her second win on the trot (with a 17 week break in between).
Kuroda Field was purchased as a wedding present and is named after American Medal of Honor winner Robert T Kuroda (pictured).

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