Windsor Park-bred DEBT COLLECTOR flashes his breathtaking talent again


In his first start back since winning the Gr.1 Raffles Cup last October, 2016 Singapore Horse Of The Year DEBT COLLECTOR won brilliantly at Kranji racecourse on Friday night as he heads towards the US$5 million Dubai Turf at Meydan March 25th.

A $30,000 Windsor Park Karaka yearling sales graduate, DEBT COLLECTOR has won 8 of 11 starts - 3 Gr.1 - for prizemoney earnings in excess of S$1.4 million.


 

2016 Stallion Brochure 

Test Mating

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  The foal with the 'x' factor

 
 Windsor Park Stud on Kiwi bred

2017 Melbourne Draft


   
Debt Collector one race away from Dubai after breathtaking comeback win ››
12 Feb 2017 | By Michael Lee, Singapore Turf Club
Windsor Park-bred Singapore Horse of the Year Debt Collector (Thorn Park) showed he had no cobwebs to be blown away after he returned from a break to take out the $125,000 Canada Cup 2017 (1400m) in his trademark spectacular last-to-first style on Fr
Windsor Park bred horses dominate Singapore Racing Awards ››
19 Jan 2017 | By Racenews
Windsor Park bred superstar Debt Collector (Thorn Park), unbeaten in 6 starts in 2016 and winner in excess of S$1.39 million, scooped the major prizes at the 2016 Singapore Racing Awards held this week. A $30,000 Windsor Park Karaka yearling sale
Magic result for Shamexpress ››
14 Jan 2017 | By Racenews
A much admired daughter of First Season sire Shamexpress (O’Reilly) confirmed her promise when selling at the Magic Millions Yearling Sales on the Gold Coast yesterday. The powerfully built bay filly, catalogued as Lot 688, was knocked down to
Another Hong Kong Group race winner for Falkirk ››
10 Jan 2017 | By Andrew Hawkins, HKJC
Trainer John Size is potentially eyeing overseas riches for his game sprinter Amazing Kids (Falkirk) after the five-year-old completed a clean sweep of Sha Tin’s 1000m features with a barnstorming win in the Group 3 Bauhinia Sprint Trophy Ha
Size eyes Dubai with Kiwi speedster  ››
10 Jan 2017 | By NZ Racing Desk
Trainer John Size may be forced to look further afield with his New Zealand-bred sprinting ace Amazing Kids (Falkirk). He produced the son of Falkirk, who as Cousin Colin was a juvenile winner for Awapuni trainer Lisa Latta, for a barnstorming wi
Talented mare on Gr.1 path ››
21 Dec 2016 | By NZ Racing News
Capella has at least one top-flight feature on her summer programme. The Rip Van Winkle mare showed she was approaching her best form again when she finished a close last-start second when resuming at Ellerslie earlier this month.  &ldqu
Trainer Paul O’Sullivan eyes return to Japan for triumphant Aerovelocity ››
13 Dec 2016 | By SCMP
The Gr.1 Takamatsunomiya Kinen is on the cards for the courageous eight-year-old after his gutsy win in the Hong Kong Sprint There was a time not too long ago where connections feared Aerovelocity’s career was over but the dogged veteran c
Bravest of the brave: Aerovelocity again rises to the occasion in Hong Kong Sprint ››
13 Dec 2016 | By SCMP
Paul O’Sullivan called Aerovelocity the bravest horse he has saddled up but the superb training effort to have the tenacious but troubled veteran peak for a second Group One Longines Hong Kong Sprint win will long be remembered. Aerovelocity o
Aerovelocity (NZ) Claims Second Hong Kong G1 Sprint Title ››
12 Dec 2016 | By New Zealand Bloodstock Ltd
Karaka graduate Aerovelocity (NZ) (Pins) produced another supreme performance at Sha Tin today to win the HK$18.5 million Group 1 Longines Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) for the second time in three years. Two years have passed since the Windsor
   
 

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