Horse Silk Rising Breeze

Rising Breeze

12 years old - Gelding
Shirocco - Moon Tree by Groom Dancer
David Brookes
Tom R. George
Gerard Belloir
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Rising Breeze is a 12 year old gelding and has raced from 2013 to 2014. He was sired by Shirocco out of the Groom Dancer mare Moon Tree. He was trained by Tom R. George and has raced for David Brookes, and was bred in [Add Data] by Gerard Belloir. Rising Breeze has raced and won at Ascot-GB, Catterick-GB, Nottingham-GB, Haydock-GB, ParisLongchamp-FR. His stakes wins include wins in the 2014 Classified Stakes, and the 2013 Maiden Stakes.

2014 Catterick Twelve Furlong Series Handicap(Bobis Race): Class 4-Restricted To 3YO Colts, Geldings, & Fillies Rated 0-85.
Rising Breeze - Race Results, Speed Figures, and Past Performances
Date Finish (speed) Fin Trk Distance Surface Race 1st (HRN Speed fig) Finish (HRN Speed) 2nd 3rd Time
5th CAT 1 1/2m Turf 2014 Handicap Galizzi Indira
Indira Mendelita
7th ASC 1 1/2m Turf 2014 Handicap Trip To Paris Our Gabrial
Our Gabrial Hooded
4th HAY 1 5/16 m Turf 2014 Handicap New Story Idder
Idder Watersmeet
1st NOT 1 1/4 m Turf 2014 Classified Stakes Rising Breeze D'Avignon
Master Dancer
D'Avignon Master Dancer
7th HAY 1 mile Turf 2014 Handicap Red Stargazer Chatez
Chatez Stormardal
7th LON 1 1/8 m Turf 2013 Prix de Conde (G3) Elliptique Diaghan
Diaghan Skyrockets
5th LON 1 mile Turf 2013 Prix des Chenes (G3) Ectot Elliptique
Elliptique Daraybi
1st NOT 1 1/16 m Turf 2013 Maiden Stakes Rising Breeze Floating Ballerino
Floating Ballerino Astrowolf
HRN Speed figures powered by Colts Neck data

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