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Horse Silk Wonder Laish

Wonder Laish

Age:
10 years old - Gelding
Status:
Active
Pedigree:
Halling - Wonder Why by Tiger Hill
Owner(s):
M. G. White
Trainer:
Charles Byrnes
Bred:
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Wonder Laish is a 10 year old gelding and has raced from 2014 to 2017. He was sired by Halling out of the Tiger Hill mare Wonder Why. He was trained by Charles Byrnes and has raced for M. G. White, and was bred in [Add Data] by [Add Data]. Wonder Laish has raced at Ascot-GB, Leopardstown-IRE, Navan-IRE, Newmarket-GB, Windsor-GB with wins at Ascot-GB, Leopardstown-IRE. His stakes wins include wins in the 2017 Premier Handicap, and the 2015 Heritage Handicap.

Tote October Handicap(Premier Handicap): An extended handicap for three yrs old and upwards (100 = 10st) Penalties - (after calculation of the handicap) A winner shall carry 6lb extra for each race won.
Wonder Laish - 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
1st LEO 1 1/2m Turf 2017 Premier Handicap Wonder Laish Slaney Street
Mawaany
Slaney Street Mawaany
6th NAV 2 miles Turf 2017 Premier Handicap Lord Erskine Snow Falcon
Ted Veale
Snow Falcon Ted Veale
8th NEW 1 1/2m Turf 2015 Heritage Handicap Mustard Goathland
Justice Belle
Goathland Justice Belle
1st ASC 1 1/2m Turf 2015 Heritage Handicap DurettoWonder Laish
Polarisation
Polarisation
3rd WIN 1 1/16 m Turf 2014 Maiden Stakes Master Ceramibo Firmament
Wonder Laish
Firmament Wonder Laish
HRN Speed figures powered by Colts Neck data

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