Nasrullah

Zabeel and Sir Tristram blood

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4 hours ago, elvis said:

I have a share in a Zed. Just ran today. Should win over a trip next season. Called Mizzena. Best of luck with yours. 

 

Next half of this season will be a big one for Zed's babys... his biggest crop will be firing up.

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On 9/19/2018 at 8:49 PM, rosie one said:

Zabeel / Sir Tristram blood.

My current project. :)

Zed/Rose and Storm ... he finally had his first seven horse field jumpout in levin.

Great result he was quick out and ran on for thrid and it was only 850m.

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1 hour ago, Chestnut said:

He's lovely - what a gorgeous head and beaut muscle in the chest, has he thickened out a bit with the work?

 

He was huge when he came back into work.

Its taken mths to get him to racing trim :)

Thanks for yoir positive remarks.

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18 hours ago, Treat said:

Very Ellegant good win in Aus. pretty exciting filly for Zed.

AUSTRALIA
Ethereal Stakes twitter.png
 

2nd by Lonhro a grandson of Zabeel. 3rd out of a Zabeel mare 

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On 9/12/2018 at 6:16 PM, Dibbles said:

Verdi  (Zabeel x Miss Opera) is another son standing at stud in the Sth Island. Half to Sir Slick, Puccini and Shortblackmini (dam of Amarula and Little Wonder).

Photo’s of Verdi’s first foals around now and looking very nice youngsters 

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3 hours ago, Nasrullah said:
AUSTRALIA
Ethereal Stakes twitter.png
 

2nd by Lonhro a grandson of Zabeel. 3rd out of a Zabeel mare 

Can't really beat that blood.... Verry Elleegant a double of Cotehele House/Eight Carat 

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On 10/26/2018 at 3:58 PM, Pegs Pride said:

Have a Zed/Kasella (Kaapstad) filly about to start racing.

Showing a real turn of foot too.

Been a mission to get her there.

Good luck Peg.

My lad is off for a couple weeks in a paddock while the grass is long and green.

Went to Otaki trials a couple days ago.... teaching him to settle is the challenge at present didn't get much help for that when a jockey next to him kept bumping and then cutting him off at the top of the straight. Will do a couple more trials and then hopefully off we go to races.

 

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