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bradbury's luck / hidden dragon - Event Date: 22 Feb 2007

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    Posted: 22 Feb 2007 at 4:42pm
   just like the forums thoughts on 2 stallions ( yes i do have shares in them both ) 1/ bradbury's luck and 2/ hidden dragon
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 I've sent a mare to Bradbury's last year and he's a very nice individual  , but surprisingly does not look like an early maturer ( rory's jester type  )to me . Smile
Thanks HH
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I suspect that Bradbury's Luck might have been far better off if he had not  been pushed so hard as a young horse.
 
A look at his shins will tell you that. 
 
His mum (who suffered the same trainer) was a good 2yo, but far better at 3yo. 
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I'm a fan of Hidden Dragon. Thought his Hong Kong performances were very good. His dam was a very good race mare and has produced winners. Rest of the family is excellent.
 
Hidden Dragon himself is a lovely type with a beautiful temperament. Gave him a few pats at the MM sales complex in August 2006.
 
I feel he should at least become a handy sire.
 
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I am a fan of Bradbury's luck as I suspect is Kingston . He is a nicely conformed , athletic type with a great temperment .
But the the thing I like about him is the male /female duplication of Kong (grey soveriegn ) line . This is a line that with the right duplications seems to be on the rise  .
 
Thanks HH  Smile
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yes HH, nothing wrong with a double of the old Kong ClapLOL
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