Adam Sangster has been based in Australia since 1991 and has adopted Australian citizenship. He was managing partner of Collingrove-Victoria while David Hayes trained in Hong Kong for 10 years until June.The buy-out signals the intention of Hayes to concentrate on his training activities from stables at Lindsay Park and Flemington. A new satellite barn is set to open at Randwick in Sydney early next year.Adam Sangster said he will continue to expand the Collingrove operation and stand stallions at Nagambie. He will also continue to manage the racing and breeding operations for the Sangster family in Australia."Collingrove's policy of offering all of its yearlings for sale will remain," Sangster added.Current stallions under the Sangster-Hayes partnership include current Coolmore commuter Hold That Tiger, a Storm Cat son based at Ashford in the north. The others rostered in 2005 are former shuttlers Bianconi and Perugino, Melbourne Cup winner Jeune, Court of Jewels and Dash For Cash.
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