Keyword: Sunline

  • Sunline, winning the Hong Kong MIle.

    Sunline In Prep for Dubai on Saturday

    Sunline, the leading money earner in Australasia (Australia and New Zealand), is expected to start next in the Apollo Stakes (Aust-II) on March 3, her prep for Dubai. Sydney race fans should pack Warwick Farm as the race will feature a return bout between Sunline and local star Tie the Knot, who resides fourth on the list with $5.5 million (Australian funds).

  • Sunline, winning the Hong Kong Mile.

    Sunline To Contest Dubai Duty Free, Not World Cup

    New Zealand mare Sunline will be in Dubai on March 24, but not for the $6 million Dubai World Cup (UAE-I). Sunline had been considered a possibility for the world's richest race, but following a journey to Dubai, her connections decided she would instead contest the $2 million Dubai Duty Free (UAE-II), at about nine furlongs on turf.

  • Sunline and jockey Greg Childs, winning the Hong Kong Mile.

    Hong Kong Jockey Club Fines Jockey Childs

    Stewards of the Hong Kong Jockey Club on Friday fined jockey Greg Childs HK$300,000 (about US$$37,514) for breaching rules of racing by "engaging in conduct prejudicial to the good reputation of horse racing in Hong Kong." The action stems from a conversation Childs reportedly had with another rider, Justin Sheehan, prior to the Hong Kong Mile on Dec. 17 and Childs' reported post-race public comments about the conversation with Sheehan. Childs rode the top New Zealand mare Sunline to victory in the Mile; Sheehan finished third aboard Adam.

  • Hong Kong Jockey Club stewards may look into comments made by jockey Greg Childs in his winning ride aboard Sunline, above.

    Cecil Fined by Hong Kong Stewards; Sunline's Win May Be Reviewed

    California-based trainer Ben Cecil has been fined HK$50,000 (about US$6,410) by Hong Kong Jockey Club stewards as a result of Falcon Flight testing positive for a prohibited substance prior to Sunday's Hong Kong International Cup. HKJC stewards will also reportedly review the circumstances surrounding the impressive victory by Sunline in the Hong Kong Mile. Greg Childs, who rode Sunline, said that he and another jockey discussed strategy prior to the race.

  • Godolphin Racing's Fantastic Light, winning Sunday's Hong Kong International Cup.

    Hong Kong Racing Report: Sunline, Fantastic Light Shine

    The New Zealand-bred and based mare Sunline stole the show in Hong Kong with a whisker's win in the HK$10 million Mile (HK-I) at Sha Tin. What made her win more impressive was her opponent, local favorite Fairy King Prawn, came on strong with a sixteenth of a mile remaining, but the big bay mare held on past the wire. In the other group races on the card, Fantastic Light won the featured International Cup, Falvelon took the Sprint, and Daliapour won the Vase.

  • Australian Recap: Sunline Leaves Them Speechless

    You had to see it to believe it, the way Sunline left nine other group I winners standing in the W.S. Cox Plate (Aust-I). Australia's weight-for-age championship is a race that often leads observers to gush, but this virtuoso performance at first left them speechless.