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I'm Henry

I'm Henry
Sire Entrepreneur (GB)
Dam Ina Bahroo
Grandsire Ribot
Damsire Bahroona (USA)
Gender Gelding
Foaled 1980
Country New Zealand
Color Bay
Breeder L N Fisher & J F Twomey
Owner Mr & Mrs A J Bates
Trainer Colin Jillings
Record 21:8-3-2
Earnings $230,975
I'm Henry is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Ina Bahroo by Entrepreneur (GB). He was born around 1980 in New Zealand, and was bred by L N Fisher & J F Twomey.
Major wins
New Zealand Derby (1984)
Great Northern Guineas (1983)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on 6 August 2010

I'm Henry is a non-stud book Thoroughbred racehorse who won the New Zealand Derby in 1984, a record fourth winner of the race for trainer Colin Jillings (who later added his fifth with The Phantom Chance in 1993.

He was by Entrepreneur (GB), his dam, Ina Bahroo was by Bahroona (USA). I'm Henry was a half-brother to the Listed Race winner, In Pursuit by Diplomatic Star (USA).[1]

Racing record

I'm Henry proved himself to be as good as any horse of his generation both at two and three. He was placed at Group One (G1) level at two and proved himself early in his three year-old season with victory in the Group 2 Great Northern Guineas and Avondale Guineas.[citation needed] In 1983 he also won the G2 ARC Eclipse Stakes, ARC Winstone Guineas and G3, Waikato Guineas.

When the time came for the biggest test of the season, I'm Henry rose to the challenge and won the New Zealand Derby in a three-way photo finish with Jurango and Zepherin.

In 1984 he won the listed, A R C Guineas Trial over 1,400 metres. [2]


  1. ASB: I'm Henry (NZ) pedigree Retrieved 2010-8-6
  2. ASB: I'm Henry (NZ) race wins Retrieved 2010-8-6


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