AEROVELOCITY 


                                                                                  Photo: Kenneth Chan, SCMP

THE WINDSOR-BRED WARRIOR WITH THE HEART OF A CHAMPION

Reigning Hong Kong Champion Sprinter Aerovelocity returns to win the Centenary Sprint Cup, HK-1 in dominant style. Watch the race HERE


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Aerovelocity as good as it gets in sprinting division ››
02 Feb 2016 | By Sam Walker, World Class, Racing Post
AEROVELOCITY will finish 2016 as one of the best sprinters in the world. There's no doubt about it. There may be 11 months to go, but judged on Sunday's success in the Centenary Sprint Cup he's already right at the top of the tree. He was dominant o
Avondale Cup key for Sacred Master ››
02 Feb 2016 | By NZ Racing Desk
Sacred Master’s next performance will tell Tony Pike if the up and coming stayer is ready for a Group One start. The Mastercraftsman four-year-old has made impressive progress to this point with five wins from his 11 appearances. “If he
Woodsman rewards connections' perseverance ››
02 Feb 2016 | By Richard Edmunds, The Informant
Patience and perseverance has been rewarded for the connections of Woodsman (Mastercraftsman), who scored the fourth win of his career in today’s $20,000 Putauaki Cup at Te Teko. Trainer Tony Gillies, who also shares in the ownership of the fo
Comeback king Aerovelocity eyes Japan return after Centenary Sprint Cup success ››
02 Feb 2016 | By Michael Cox, SCMP
Overseas Group One targets are back on the agenda for Aerovelocity, but working out when and where will just have to wait, with trainer Paul O’Sullivan waiting for the dust to settle after his horse’s comeback win in an eventful Group
One of a kind All White heads to Japan ››
28 Jan 2016 | By Racenews
Windsor Park Stud’s one-of-a-kind white filly was a massive draw-card leading into this year’s National Yearling Sale, and one buyer came to Karaka from across the world and refused to go home without her. After a desperate bidding duel
Loophole earns bragging rights over little brother ››
18 Jan 2016 | By NZTM
Two wins from Loophole past two starts have given him temporary bragging rights over his younger brother and stablemate Preferment. Carrying 59 kilograms over 2000 metres on at Randwick yesterday, Loophole beat Dance Of Heroes by half a length
Master's Floozie preserves outstanding Tauranga record ››
18 Jan 2016 | By The Informant
Thee Auld Floozie kept her impeccable record at Tauranga intact when she made it three from three at the Gate Pa venue with a comfortable victory over 1600 metres yesterday. The high-class daughter of Mastercraftsman came into the Crockford Real Est
All Black meets All White ››
14 Jan 2016 | 
New Zealand rugby icon Sir Colin Meads was dazzled by a unique youngster at Windsor Park Stud this week. The successful owner took an understandable shine to the Cambridge farm’s white filly when inspecting yearlings with Albert Bosma&rsquo
Pour Moi’s Sacred Elixir secures spot in Karaka Million  ››
10 Jan 2016 | By Richard Edmunds, The Informant
Sacred Elixir booked his place in the field for the Karaka Million when he flew home for a nose victory over The Soultaker (Iffraaj) in the Countdown to Karaka Million 1200 at Ellerslie today. The Pour Moi gelding had been beaten by a nose in his on
   
 

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