Sunline Seeks New Earnings Mark in Duty Free

Sunline Seeks New Earnings Mark in Duty Free
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New Zealand mare Sunline, working at Nad al Sheba Wednesday in preparation for Saturday's Dubai Duty Free.
New Zealand racemare Sunline could become the first Australasian horse to reach the elusive AUS$10-million earnings mark with a victory in Saturday's $US2-million (AUS$4.09 million) Dubai Duty Free, a turf race on the Dubai World Cup card at Nad al Sheba racecourse in the United Arab Emirates. A victory would be worth US$1.2-million (AUS$2.45 million).

Sunline has 25 wins from 33 starts to her credit, including nine of her last 10, and has a career bankroll of $A7,620,532. She has been victorious in Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong, with nine group I win.

"I think we have her in better shape than when she won in Hong Kong," said Trevor McKee, who trains the mare with Stephen McKee.

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