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High Caste

High Caste (NZ) (18)
Sire Bulandshar (GB)
Dam The Begum
Grandsire Blandford
Damsire Chief Ruler (GB)
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1936
Country New Zealand
Color Bay
Record 72:35 (3dh); 19,7[1]
Earnings $71,356[1]
High Caste (NZ) (18) is a thoroughbred racehorse out of The Begum by Bulandshar (GB). He was born around 1936 in New Zealand.
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on 10 May 2009

High Caste was a Thoroughbred racehorse stallion bred in New Zealand that raced successfully there as a two and three year-old.

He was subsequently sold for 7,000 guineas, and then raced in Australia. He won many Weight for Age races in both New Zealand and Australia.

High Caste had 72 starts and won 35 races (including 3 dead-heats), 19 seconds, 7 thirds and was unplaced in 11 races.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Pring, Peter; "Analysis of Champion Racehorses", The Thoroughbred Press, Sydney, 1977, ISBN 0-908133-00-6


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