Shaamaal Nibris in Good Form
Shamal Nibris kicked off this year’s racing season impressively by winning first up in the Martyrs Cup at Abu Dhabi recently. He won well and the win took his rating over 100 which now makes him eligible to compete in the Dubai World Cup carnival. He then followed up that run with a second place in the Listed National Cup in Abu Dhabi.
Red Comet – retired due to injury.
Share For Sale
We have a 5% share in War God for sale. The partner would like $4,000 ono.
As most of you know, this horse put it all together in his last campaign winning four races. We are hopeful he will step up further next campaign.
Check his form out here
All Square|Simon Miller – just about to start her fast gallops – Simon liked what he saw in her first education campaign and the trial form around her has held up so we have fingers crossed that we may have a runner.
Avastaar|Neville Parnham – has returned to work – Neville says he is developing into a really nice type.
Hit Tune |Fred Kersley – unfortunately this fellow has done a tendon – because he is a horse with a lot of talent we will give him a chance to make it back to the race track.
Nicconi’s Boy|Neville Parnham – the Nicconi stock are flying and from what Neville has seen of our boy he looks to have a motor – he cruises in his work and everyone that jumps on-board love him – he has gone to the paddock for six to eight weeks to get over a bout of shin soreness.
Pick Up Line|Fred Kersley – has gone to the paddock.
Something Big |Neville Parker – will most likely return to work in early January.
Street Bandit |Neville Parnham – came into work 22 November – spelled well so we are looking forward to him re-capturing his form and win another couple of races this campaign .
Wadijadoo|Neville Parnham – will run Thursday at Bunbury in a 1208 metre maiden – Neville says he is going really well this time in so we are hopeful he will show the ability he has.
War God|Neville Parnham – went to the paddock early November for a well-earned rest after winning four races in his campaign.
Azurite|Tony Mc Evoy – frustrating not to have a won a race this campaign – has placed in three of his five runs – had to be scratched from Moonee Valley recently as he knocked his tendon in track gallop – so Tony has no option but to back off him until it settles.
Count of Limonade|Darren Weir – is in the paddock recovering from an injury – as he is a real wet tracker we are considering sending him to Sydney as they have more wet track days than any other State.
Hula Star|Robbie Griffiths – after winning her first race – she then succumb to several small niggling issues – then at her second start she pulled up with cardiac arrhythmia (which can happen to race horses) – we will continue with her campaign – she has a motor.
Noro Lim|Archie Alexander – has just returned to work – Archie said he looks fantastic and has put on 30 kilograms.
Pemberley|Ciaron Maher – has gone into pre-training – cannot wait to get this exciting young stayer back to the races.
Caillebotte|Matthew Dunn – raced on Saturday at Eagle Farm finishing fourth – will step up to a more suitable distance next start – Matthew is very happy with his progress this campaign.
Court Case|Mark Walker – has gone for a break after a frustrating campaign of places – the horse doesn’t help himself as he goes back in running and needs to be on the outside – the good news though is that he has been paying his way.
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Shamaal Nibris|Doug Watson – great to win first up this campaign and followed up by a second place at Listed level.