Wednesday, August 7, 2013


Eliza Park International staged an ‘inspection soiree’ for its new owners – the Sun International Group – and over 60 racing enthusiasts, owners and trainers from Hong Kong and Macau, at the Kerrie headquarters on Tuesday.
With a parade of stallions, 2YOs and yearlings, the visitors – many stepping onto the farm for the first time – enjoyed the bloodstock, hospitality and yes, the weather!
Sure, it was cold, but it wasn’t raining. That said we had contingencies in place … the breeding shed, or as CEO Cameron Croucher referred to it – the ‘honeymoon suite’ (and yes, some terms clearly have no language barriers!) – was converted into an entertainment area for the event.

Most importantly, it was clear that everyone departed with a highly favourable impression of what the Australian thoroughbred industry has to offer.
Eliza Park International's owner, Mr Ting Kong Cheng with Wanted

Bel Esprit wows the watchers

Sun International's Marketing VP, Gigi Ho

Danielle Cheng, John Jeffs, David Chester, Gai Waterhouse & Tony Cruz

Director & CEO Cameron Croucher addresses attendees in the 'honeymoon suite'

Working out

Industry icon, Sir Patrick Hogan

Studying the 'form'

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