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LA Update for 7th May 07

Thursday, 10th May 2007
[html] Little Avondale are reflecting on much stronger results at last Sundays National Weanling Sale at Karaka compared to the corresponding 2006 sale. Last years consignment of 14 weanlings produced gross receipts for the stud and clients of $39,750. Sundays results were a healthier 15 sold for a return of $150,200. LA secured fourth best price of the day, $60,000 for a well grown ... Read More...
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Additions To The Stud

Sunday, 29th April 2007
[html] Over the past few months LA Stud have purchased four mares. The English mare Kalamanda, unraced, who is from the Aga Khan's K family. Heureka, seven times winner, twice at listed level who is closely related to the exciting Red Lord by Redoutes Choice in Anthony Cummings stable. Plus just last week in Sydney the purchase of two mares from two of the hottest familes in the Australian Stud ... Read More...
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Hong Kong Breeders become Towkay Shareholders

Sunday, 15th April 2007
[html] Courtesy of Phillip QuayThe powerful Hong Kong Breeders' Club has bought a large share-holding in leading Central Districts thoroughbred sire Towkay.The deal, for a substantial undisclosed sum, was finalised on Friday when Hong Kong Breeders Club co-founder Peter Yip visited Little Avondale Stud at Masterton where Towkay is based.Yip said Towkay had become very well known as a sire in Hong ... Read More...
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LA Stud Relations And Representatives Shine

Wednesday, 4th April 2007
[html] What a great day for the relations of Little Avondale's breeding stock in the G1 feature at Awapuni on Saturday, the Sires Produce Stakes.First Nightlign (Align - Indian Squaw), is out of a Caroligian mare who stood at LA Stud. Second Fluer De'Here (Dehere - Fleur de chine). Fleur de chine was bred and sold by LA Stud to Gary Plowman for $80,000.Third Alamosa (O'Reilly - Lodore Mystic). Lod... Read More...
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Weekends Results

Sunday, 25th March 2007
[html] Week in week out the Towkays keep on performing.Last week it was the boys turn up in Asia, Armada G2 second, Happee Owner G2 Fourth in the Chairmans Trophey and Sparky Winner 3rd in the Macau Guineas G3.This week the girls stole the show. Lady Cavalier continued her good form to win the rating 83 1600m worth $35,000 at Tauranga in convincing style.Over the same distance and in an another ra... Read More...
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