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Sumthingaboutmaori

Sumthingaboutmaori

Sire:

Pine Chip

Dam:

Maori Princess

Broodmare Sire:

Entrepreneur

Sex:

Mare

Foaled:

September 1, 1998

Country:

Australia

Colour:

Bay

Breeder:

R MC D Healy & Co Pty Ltd

Owner:

Brian Healy

Trainer:

Brian Healy

Driver:

Gavin Lang

Record:

75:31-8-8

Fastest Winning Mile Rate:

At 2: TR2:05.4
At 3: TR2:03.7
Aged: TR2.00.9

Prizemoney:

$461,499

Group One Wins

2003

2004

2004
Australasian Trotting Grand Prix
South Australian Trotters Cup
Inter Dominion Trotting Championships
  • Correct as at 1 November, 2007

Sumthingaboutmaori is an Australian standardbred horse. She was foaled in 1998, a daughter of the Maori Princess, out of the famous Maori Miss family.

Owned and bred by Brian Healy, her usual driver was Gavin Lang, although throughout her career other drivers were used. Her crowning glory was a victory in the 2004 Inter Dominion Trotting Championship held at Moonee Valley. She was a horse that may not have had the success of other horses in other eras but due to her racing nature she endeared herself to the harness racing public, which was highlighted in 2006 when she lead out the field for the Inter Dominion final at Moonee Valley as highlights of her career were shown on a big screen.




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