Richard Gibson is headed to Sudko, Rubik’s group number three son, who imported from Australia 10 months ago, ahead of four-year-old Gallopper’s Hong Kong debut, which was delayed as Dragon Admiral at Happy Valley on Wednesday night. I hope you have solved the puzzle.
In Australia, subject to sensational spelling (the intentional spelling of words in a non-standard way for special effects) and then called Sudoko, the horse finished third in last year’s group three. Up front, he won two of the first three races alongside Luke Curry. Red Anchor Stakes (1,200 m), rumored jockey His club recruiting target is Hugh He Bowman.
The 2021 edition of the Moonee Valley Race, named after David Hayes’ late father Colin from 1990 to 2004, is shaping up well. Its winners, Generation, recorded another Group 3 win, plus he secured three Black-type places, and his two Group 1 sprints on Melbourne’s tight-turning track kept him close behind. Finished in 4th place.
Now known as the Dragon Admiral, this private purchase arrived in Hong Kong two months after he won the bronze medal and, given the rain-affected surface, finished Group 3 in great time. contest was held.
However, Dragon Admiral’s post-import health condition prevented him from participating in the likes of Wellington and the Cordyceps Six by actively participating in Gibson’s training program, much to the resentment of his new handlers.
“The first day he arrived at the stables, he was sore almost all over his body. No serious injuries were found on the horse, but he was too uncomfortable to train,” Gibson said.
“Unfortunately, he missed the entire season. increase.
“I think he’s a stronger horse than he was last year and it’s been encouraging for him to try. It’s always a bit of a question mark coming into the first race after a long break, but no one in the stable. But we are happy that he is back in excellent health.”
Gibson has booked Alexis Badel to ride the Dragon Admiral in Wednesday’s Class 3 Kam Shan Handicap (1,000 m).
Six-time winner Wright Honorable will attempt the Class 4 Shekpick Handicap (1,650 m), and Gibson is hoping for a good result from Luang Maia’s mount.
“Old Wright Honorable was a great servant in the stable,” said Gibson, 8, who won the Shatin 1200m last season. In Off 59, Off 56, Off 58 (twice), Off 59, Off 61 he had five course and distance wins.
Gibson, whose rating has risen from 123 to 128 after winning the Group 2 Premier Bowl (1,200m) in Sha Tin on 23 October, said Wellington said on Tuesday, “I will do my first brief exercise since the race. ” reports that it is planned.
Gibson, who evaluated the overseas entries for Wellington’s main target, the Group One Longines Hong Kong Sprint (1,200m), held in Sha Tin on December 11, commented that it was too early to make any predictions.
“From experience, I throw a little salt on international entries. It’s hard to analyze them at such an early stage. But this race has attracted a great Group 1 winner,” said Gibson. Told.