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Amazing Run Of Success For Kilgravin Lodge

Amazing Run Of Success For Kilgravin Lodge

A Group 3 double highlighted a hugely successful weekend for Matamata-based Kilgravin Lodge.

In the past weekend Kilgravin Lodge graduates produced the winners of 14 races.
The Gr. 3 race winners were Lady Cumquat and Intimate Moment who won their assignments at Awapuni and in Sydney respectively.

Lady Cumquat’s Gr. 3 success came in the Manawatu Classic while Intimate Moment scored in the Percy Sykes Tribute Stakes.

Incredibly Kilgravin Lodge graduates won five races in Macau where those first home were Great Idea, Top Vegetable, Pak Lok Angel, Scandicmaster and Classical Music.

In Singapore Kilgravin Lodge was to the fore with Deauville registering his first race-day success.

In Australia, the Kilgravin Lodge flag was flown by Silver Lotus, Brave Ali, Saint Or Sinner and Correio.

Meanwhile, at Ellerslie there was a double success with Dufellforte and Rose Of Virginia.

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