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Lucky Owners

Lucky Owners (幸運馬主) (born 1999) is a New Zealand thoroughbred racehorse who raced in Hong Kong. Sired by Danehill to dam Miss Priority, he won eight races in his career, including the Group One Hong Kong Mile and Hong Kong Derby. He was retired to stud in 2004.


  • In Lucky Owners' debut race on January 11, 2003, he was just a 15/1 outsider 30 minutes before the start of the race. Then his odds started to drop dramatically and became the 7/2 second favourite when the race started. Lucky Owners won this race.



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