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posted on 11 November, 2014

Two year old half to Jakkalberry brilliant on debut.

Two year old half to Jakkalberry brilliant on debut. JOYFUL HOPE (GB) (f, 2, Shamardal–Claba Di San Jore {Ire}, by Barathea {Ire}), delivered an impressive display on her debut at Rome. After setting a moderate pace, she left her rivals in the dust when asked to quicken by jockey Dario Vargiu. The ches...
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posted on 11 November, 2014

Jakkalberry’s fertility is top notch

Jakkalberry has commenced his first season at stud with outstanding fertility results. On scanning his first ten mares, nine were found to be in foal and he has continued with this these outstanding results as more mares have been scanned. Henk Smit ...
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posted on 22 September, 2014

Jakkalberry’s half-brother cracks Group One performance in Australia

Jakkalberry’s half-brother cracks Group One performance in Australia Jakkalberry’s half-brother Crackerjack King put in an outstanding performance for a close up third behind fellow Group One horses Foreteller and Happy Trails in the Group One Underwood at Caulfield on Saturday. It was Crackerjack King’s third start i...
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posted on 8 July, 2014

So Many Shots resumes racing

So Many Shots resumes racing So Many Shots resumed racing a strong win in the Premio Aurora at Milan racecourse on 1 April 2015. Racing in a handy position So Many Shots extended well in the home straight to go away and win by five lengths.The daughter of Duke of Marmalade has n...
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posted on 30 June, 2014

Kaspersky winner of the listed Premio d’Estate

Kaspersky winner of the listed Premio d’Estate Kaspersky winner of the listed Premio d’Estate at Milan racecourse on the 8 June 2014 makes interesting reading from a pedigree viewpoint. Kaspersky shares the same third dam as Jakkalbery in Crodas (by Shirley Heights) with his fourth dam being Crod...
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posted on 30 May, 2014

The most travelled racehorse in the world?

The most travelled racehorse in the world? While show jumpers may be king, the sport of kings, horse racing, has produced its own well-travelled nags. Arguably the most worldly wise was Jakkalberry, an Australian owned horse trained by Marco Botti and based in Newmarket in England. Stick a pi...
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posted on 27 May, 2014

So Many Shots placed in Italian Oaks

So Many Shots placed in Italian Oaks Jakkalberry‘s relation So Many Shots produced a great performance at Milan racecourse to be placed third in the 2014 Italian Oaks. So Many Shots made up a large amount of ground after racing midfield in the premier classic event for fillies with the ...
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posted on 6 May, 2014

So Many Shot In Line For Italian Oaks Bid

So Many Shot In Line For Italian Oaks Bid SO Many Shots staked her claim for Italian Oaks glory with an easy victory in the Listed Premio Baggio in Milan on Sunday. The Duke Of Marmalade filly is a close relation to the dam of Jakkalberry, Claba Di San Jore. She is out of Claba Di San Jore’s...
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posted on 5 May, 2014

Jakkalberry’s half-sister Freezy purchased

Jakkalberry’s half-sister four win stakes placed Freezy was sold on Wednesday at the Magic Million broodmare sale. Freezy was purchased for AUS$280,000 by Brian Grassick Bloodstock Agent Ireland and made her one of the highest prices of the sale. Ped...
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New news item

New news item The Novara Park based Jakkalberry (Storming Home) was the leading first-season sire after the first day of selling at the NZB weanling sale with three weanlings by him having sold for NZ$59,000 at an average of NZ$19,6667 . The top price for a Jakkal...
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