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Eremein was a notable Australian Thoroughbred racehorse. He was a chestnut gelding foaled in 2001 and bred by Bhima Stud in New South Wales. Eremein was by Timber Country (USA) from Marrego (won $78,520) by Marscay.[1]

His best wins were the Rosehill Guineas and the Australian Derby in 2005, and the Ranvet Stakes, BMW and AJC Queen Elizabeth Stakes in 2006.[1] Injuries and the Equine Influenza outbreak affected his chances to prove himself as one of the best Australian Thoroughbreds of recent years.

He had 27 starts for 12 wins, 7 seconds and 2 thirds for AUD$4,260,445 in prizemoney. [1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 ASB - Eremein Retrieved on 2009-6-19


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