Just days after celebrating 12 winners in 30 days the China Horse Club’s members were again enjoying multiple success again at the start of a new month when the Australian based duo of Fabvier and Clear Ripples proved to be dominant winners today.


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Clear Ripples

Fabvier and Clear Ripples are at different stages of their career with the lightly raced Fabvier likely to be tested in stakes races this preparation and Clear Ripples being retired ahead of her first season at stud.

“Fourteen winners in 32 days in a wonderfully tally and I am hopefully we can keep our run going over the coming days and weeks for our members,” said Michael Wallace, Head of the China Horse Club’s Racing and Bloodstock division.

“Fabvier has long been seen as being above average and the dominance of her win today was important to see. That should build her confidence and [trainer] John Thompson can keep her on track for more significant assignments.

“Fabvier is a beautiful filly bred who was bred and raised by Segenhoe Stud and this is the first racehorse we share in partnership with Segenhoe Stud and it is rewarding that Fabvier has won and won so well for Kevin Maloney, Peter O’Brien, Bill Mitchell and the team.

“It was also great to see Clear Ripples close out her career as a comfortable winner. She is raced in partnership with our long-time friends Dato Tan Chin Nam and Tunku Ahmed Yahaya. Hopefully both gentlemen were watching from Kuala Lumpur and enjoyed seeing her kick clear in a convincing display.

“They are both used to great success and have also been having a run of results in their own right, this is another winner they have enjoyed with James Cummings. Clear Ripples now has a date with Deep Field who is again enormously popular at Newgate Farm this season.”

Fabvier saluted by no less than three lengths while Clear Ripples had almost two lengths to spare of her rivals.

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