South Island Racing Awards finalists named

Miss Federer has been named the 2019-20 New Zealand Bloodstock Southern Filly of The Year. Photo:...
Miss Federer has been named the 2019-20 New Zealand Bloodstock Southern Filly of The Year. Photo: Race Images South
The finalists for the South Island Racing Awards have been named.

The winners will be announced at a cocktail function in the Tea House at Riccarton Park Racecourse from 5.30pm to 7.30pm on Friday, October 2. The Canterbury Jockey Club race meeting will be held the next day.

The function was due to be held on September 11 but was postponed due to the level 2 Covid restrictions.

The finalists are:

Two-Year-Old
Chokito
Lovebug
Ohio Showgirl
Showemhowitsdone

Three-Year-Old
El Gladiador
Feel The Rush
Lightning Jack
Miss Federer

Sprinter
Enzo’s Lad
Kiwi Ida
Sensei
Ticket To Ride

Miler
Killarney
Monza Circuito
Out Of The Park
Who Dares Wins

Stayer
Camino Rocoso
Dee And Gee
Sitarist

Jumper
Adequacy
Delacroix

Horse of the Year
To be awarded to one of the above finalists.

New Zealand Bloodstock Southern Filly of the Year
Miss Federer

Broodmare of the Year
To be announced on the day

Stallion
Ghibellines
Raise The Flag

Trainer
John & Karen Parsons
Michael & Matthew Pitman
Terri Rae
Kelvin & Aimee Tyler

Jockey
Kozzi Asano
Tina Comignaghi
Chris Johnson

Apprentice
Kozzi Asano
Kavish Chowdhoory
Rohan Mudhoo

Owner
Kevin Hickman
Karen Parsons
Kelvin Tyler

Breeder
Mrs KN & WE Calder
AG, KJ, MC & PR Dennis
Nearco Stud

- Racing News

 

 

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