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Cape of Good Hope (horse)

Cape of Good Hope (GB)
Sire Inchinor
Dam Cape Merino
Grandsire Ahonoora
Damsire Clantime
Gender Gelding
Foaled 1998
Country British
Color Chestnut
Breeder Mrs. D. Ellis
Owner Exors of the late R. Carstairs
Trainer David Oughton
Record 44: 7 - 7 - 10
Earnings $2,808,526
Summary
Cape of Good Hope (GB) is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Cape Merino by Inchinor. He was born around 1998 in British, and was bred by Mrs. D. Ellis.
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on 29 March 2008


Cape of Good Hope (GB) (好望角, foaled 1998) is a British thoroughbred racehorse based in Hong Kong. Sired by Inchinor to dam Cape Merino, the chestnut gelding was trained by David Oughton. Despite being overshadowed by champion sprinter Silent Witness in Hong Kong, Cape of Good Hope some success on international stages.

In 2005, he became the champion of the inaugural Global Sprint Challenge series by winning the Australia Stakes in Australia and Golden Jubilee Stakes in the United Kingdom respectively.

Career highlights

  • 1st – 2005 Australia Stakes (G1)
  • 1st – 2005 Golden Jubilee Stakes (G1)
  • 3rd – 2005 Lightning Stakes (G1)
  • 3rd – 2004 Golden Jubilee Stakes (G1)
  • 3rd – 2003 Hong Kong Sprint (G1)

See also

Millionaire Racehorses in Australia

References




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