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All Our Mob

All Our Mob
Sire What A Guest
Dam All Sold
Damsire Northern Spring
Gender Gelding
Foaled 1989
Country Australia
Color Chestnut
Trainer Bryan Guy (at 2, 3 & 4) and Gai Waterhouse (at 5, 6 & 7)
Record 74:13-17-15 [1]
Earnings AUD$2,596,494 [1]
All Our Mob is a thoroughbred racehorse out of All Sold by What A Guest. He was born around 1989 in Australia.
Major wins
Stradbroke Handicap (1994)
Newmarket Handicap (1995)
Mackinnon Stakes (1996)
All-Aged Stakes (1997)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on November 7, 2009

All Our Mob (foaled 1989) was an Australian Thoroughbred racehorse who was a four-time Group One winner. He was by What A Guest (IRE) out of All Sold (Northern Spring (IRE)-Tickets). All Our Mob, who had always shown plenty of speed but a tendency to wilt over the closing stages, blossomed in the latter half of his four-year-old season, in the autumn of 1994. This campaign featured a number of placings in high-class company, including the Doomben 10,000, and culminated with his first Group One win, in the Stradbroke Handicap. The then Federal Opposition Leader, Alexander Downer, tipped All Our Mob in the race, and explained that winning was what ‘All our mob is going to do’ against ‘Mr Keating’ at the next election. All Our Mob returned at five for a brief spring campaign, which included a second to Schillaci at Caulfield, and defeated Hareeba in the autumn’s Newmarket Handicap. Over the next two years, All Our Mob was placed in numerous Group One races, including the Epsom and Doncaster Handicaps and the Cox Plate, and recorded further Group One wins as a seven-year-old in the Mackinnon and the All-Aged Stakes.

See also

  • Millionaire Racehorses in Australia


External links

  • [1] Gai Waterhouse's Hall of Fame
  • [2] Pedigree of All Our Mob


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