Rock ‘n’ Pop’s son a smart buy
The Waikato Stud-bred and sold My Boss is proving a tidy piece of business for his Singapore owners.
He was purchased by Asian World Racing for $7500 and that investment has now been more than quadrupled.
After a handful of starts, the son of Rock ‘n’ Pop broke through at Kranji over 1400 metres.
The three-year-old is out of the Pins mare Be Fabulous, a sister to the stakes winner and Group performer Keano.
Be Fabulous’ third dam is the Gr.1 Golden Slipper Stakes winner Courtza, mother of the champion sire O’Reilly.
Group One winner in waiting
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Garry’s Corner – 15 November 2019
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