• hrv vicbred 23
  • Racing Tips
    Domination set to continue in another Group One Domination set to continue in another Group One

    SWAYZEE

    AS HAS been the cause on so many occasions in Group Ones this season, Australian Pacing Gold stock are poised to dominate another major.... Domination set to continue in another Group One

    AS HAS been the cause on so many occasions in Group Ones this season, Australian Pacing Gold stock are poised to dominate another major.

    Rewind to the Chariots Of Fire at Club Menangle on February 18 when 10 of the southern hemisphere’s best four-year-olds battled for supremacy.

    Three were from New Zealand, with one owned by its breeder, while the other six were all sold and purchased through one company – Australian Pacing Gold!

    It was a similar case a fortnight later when eight open class stars contested the $1million Garrards Mile Mile at the world class venue.

    Two were from New Zealand, with another two owned by their breeder, leaving the only four sold in Australia bought via APG.

    Then there was The Rising Sun at Albion Park two weeks ago, with 12 runners engaged in the $350,000 feature.

    Again, three were New Zealand-bred and four are owned by their breeders, leaving five which were sold in Australia…and you guessed it, it was through APG’s yearling sales.

    Fast forward to Saturday night’s stellar Albion Park program and The Blacks A Fake headlines the card.

    A field of 12 will tackle the Grand Circuit event, with five bred in New Zealand and two still owned by their breeder.

    Want to take a stab at how the only five runners in the $400,000 race which were sold in Australia were bought? APG of course!

    Widely-touted as the best pacer anywhere around the globe, Leap To Fame leads the ‘APG family’, which includes his half-brother, Swayzee.

    Unbeaten from five starts this season, the Grant Dixon-trained entire is a raging $1.35 favourite with TAB Fixed Odds despite drawing barrier nine.

    Swayzee has been sensationally backed from $9 to $5 after receiving gate two.

    The siblings will be joined by APG graduates Turn It Up, Expensive Ego and Mach Dan.

    Collectively the ‘Fab Five’ boast 104 wins, 62 placings and earnings of $3,620,797 from 247 starts for an average of $14,659 per outing.

    APG wishes connections of all its buyers the best of luck.

    Related Stories

    Paul Courts

    No comments so far.

    Be first to leave comment below.

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.