Jump to: navigation, search

Our Sir Vancelot

OUR SIR VANCELOT

Sire:

Vance Hanover (USA)

Dam:

Teeny Teeny (AUS)

Broodmare Sire:

Overtrick (USA)

Sex:

Colt

Foaled:

1990

Country:

New Zealand Template:Country data NZ

Colour:

Bay

Breeder:

VL & SV Allamby

Trainer:

Brian Hancock

Record:

97:48-13-13

Fastest Mile Rate:

At 3: 1:58.0
Aged: 1:55.4

Prizemoney:

A$2,197,990

Group One Wins

1996
1997
1997
1997
1997
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
M H Treuer Memorial
Western Australian Pacing Cup
Inter Dominion Final
Miracle Mile
M H Treuer Memorial
South Australia Cup
Western Australian Pacing Cup
Inter Dominion Final
Australian Pacing Championship
Inter Dominion Final
  • Correct as at February 21, 2009

Our Sir Vancelot is a New Zealand, standardbred stallion. Known as Sir Vancelot in New Zealand, he won a record three straight Inter Dominion finals, 1997[1], 1998[2] and 1999.[3] This is a record that was equalled in 2008 by Blacks A Fake.[4]

In addition to the three Inter Dominions, he also won the 1997 Miracle Mile.[5]

Over his career, he won 48 races, from 97 starts for a total prizemoney earnings of $2,197,990.[6]

He is currently stands at Warwick Stud[7], in Victoria for AUD$2,200.[8]

Sir Vancelot is also the name of the van Hamish and Andy drove around the UK in.

References



Share

Premier Equine Classifieds

Subscribe

Subscribe to our newsletter and keep abreast of the latest news, articles and information delivered directly to your inbox.

Did You Know?

Modern horse breeds developed in response to a need for "form to function", the necessity to develop certain physical characteristics in order to perform a certain type of work... More...


The Gypsy Cob was originally bred to be a wagon horse and pulled wagons or caravans known as Vardos; a type of covered wagon that people lived in... More...


Archaeological evidence indicates that the Arabian horse bloodline dates back 4,500 years. Throughout history, Arabian horses spread around the world by both war and trade.... More...


That the term "Sporthorse" is a term used to describe a type of horse rather than any particular breed... More...