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Lance Day
Australia
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19 Dec 2010 12:25


MUST BE ONE OF THE FAVOURITES FOR NSW GOTY.
He has won a group 1 and group 3 in 2010.


Michael Williams
Australia
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19 Dec 2010 14:00


Lance Day wrote:

MUST BE ONE OF THE FAVOURITES FOR NSW GOTY.
He has won a group 1 and group 3 in 2010.


brilliant dog...any other year would be fav for the title this year he has to contend with likes of elite blue size,blue lorian and smooth fancy just to name the main chances imo cheers madmick


Bryan Freemantle
Australia
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19 Dec 2010 21:39


Blue Lorian should be winning the GOTY - performed all over Aus in Group Races will good success

What ever happened to the day when we used to have 6 or 7 nominations for the GOTY and they were all worthy of a spot ???





Kevin Gordon
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19 Dec 2010 23:28


We have retired Lochinvar Marlow after his G3 Christmas Gift win on Saturday night. Most people are aware he tore a hip at The Meadows in The Top Gun, Robert repaired it quickly with the Christmas Gift & Gosford Gold Cup in mind however he pulled up sore in the hip Saturday night and would need to have 4 weeks off. We decided that the dog has earned the right to retire to stud, last Saturday night’s win was all about the dog and his future, so we would be greedy to look at any other decision. There are only 4 open age Group races at W.P. in the year, The Easter Egg, Paws of Thunder, Winter Stakes and Christmas Gift, all the other Group race
are age restricted, Lochinvar Marlow won 2 of them. We are also hopeful he will be a finalist in the NSW greyhound of the year.

His sire (Bombastic Shiraz) is the leading sire of Group winners in 2010 Australia wide and his dam (Sensation Lee) is either No 1 or 2 leading brood bitch of Group winners Australia wide in 2010.

Sensation Lee won 29 races inc 4 track records, 2 of he litter brothers were Group performers in Brilliant Lee and Leefull. The only other pup in Marlow’s litter was Lochinvar Vogue who won the Group 2 Sydney Cup (and over $100k).In the next litter of only 4 to Primo Uno, 2 have raced to date including Determined Lee W.P
winner and Uno Kendra Group 2 winner.

Marlow will stand at Rocky Ridge Farm and will be available from mid January.

Kevin Gordon


James Saunders
Australia
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20 Dec 2010 00:00


i thought he lost a stride coming for home when he was three in lengths in front his great chase let him fend off the challenge.excellent breeding, son of the bomb looks a bright future at stud.


Sandro Bechini
Australia
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20 Dec 2010 00:04


kevin gordon wrote:

We have retired Lochinvar Marlow after his G3 Christmas Gift win on Saturday night. Most people are aware he tore a hip at The Meadows in The Top Gun, Robert repaired it quickly with the Christmas Gift & Gosford Gold Cup in mind however he pulled up sore in the hip Saturday night and would need to have 4 weeks off. We decided that the dog has earned the right to retire to stud, last Saturday night’s win was all about the dog and his future, so we would be greedy to look at any other decision. There are only 4 open age Group races at W.P. in the year, The Easter Egg, Paws of Thunder, Winter Stakes and Christmas Gift, all the other Group race
are age restricted, Lochinvar Marlow won 2 of them. We are also hopeful he will be a finalist in the NSW greyhound of the year.

His sire (Bombastic Shiraz) is the leading sire of Group winners in 2010 Australia wide and his dam (Sensation Lee) is either No 1 or 2 leading brood bitch of Group winners Australia wide in 2010.

Sensation Lee won 29 races inc 4 track records, 2 of he litter brothers were Group performers in Brilliant Lee and Leefull. The only other pup in Marlow’s litter was Lochinvar Vogue who won the Group 2 Sydney Cup (and over $100k).In the next litter of only 4 to Primo Uno, 2 have raced to date including Determined Lee W.P
winner and Uno Kendra Group 2 winner.

Marlow will stand at Rocky Ridge Farm and will be available from mid January.

Kevin Gordon

I agree Kevin, Good luck with him mate and good choice of stud,a s well.

What fee do you think you will start him at given the heavy competition around?


Paul Dicks
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20 Dec 2010 00:07


Beautifully bred and showed he was a really classy dog. Truly deserves a stud career and standing him with Sam is a great start.


Rod Strachan
Australia
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20 Dec 2010 00:12


Excellent news Kev, hope he does really well at Sam and Trish's. Might even look at this one day in the future.

CLICK HERE
Rod





Chris Hislop
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20 Dec 2010 00:18


Well performed & a brilliant damline. Good luck with him at stud Kevin, he should do well.



Lance Day
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20 Dec 2010 06:07


Rod Strachan wrote:

Excellent news Kev, hope he does really well at Sam and Trish's. Might even look at this one day in the future.

CLICK HERE
Rod

Hey Rod that looks a great mating.



Lance Day
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20 Dec 2010 06:08


Good luck at stud Kevin . Should go well with Sam.


Michael Williams
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20 Dec 2010 06:18


HERE is his breeding and career form

CLICK HERE
EXTERNAL LINK
+2009 group 3 laurie helaion memorial maiden winner
+2010 group 1 paws of thunder dominator
+2010 group 3 xmas gift winner

+10 of his wins were from boxes 4 and 5

+wenty park 29.71
+gardens 29.41 & 23.48 both near record
+gosford 29.72

+$184,945 in prizemoney

...He has to be a hit at stud being by a son of bombastic shiraz and a daughter of brett lee that has produced the likes of lochinvar marlow,lochinvar vogue and uno kendra so far...people with outcross bitches should take this fellow into serious consideration has he posses some of the best australian blood available...good luck to everyone involved with the dog and anyone who gives him a chance at stud cheers MAD MICK


Jane Crawford
Australia
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20 Dec 2010 08:07


Congratulations Clair & Kevin on a wonderful career with Marlow.

He'll be an in demand sire I'm sure as his breeding is fantastic.

May even consider this - CLICK HERE
JC.


Paul Jennings
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20 Dec 2010 09:13


What are the aussie opinions on the raz cross his gives with both Wee Sal and Golden Fox with Royal Impact bitches CLICK HERE


Chris van Vegchel
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20 Dec 2010 10:30


Well done Lochinvar Marlow and all the best in the stud ranks. What a great dog he has been.



Lance Day
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20 Dec 2010 14:37


Paul Jennings wrote:

What are the aussie opinions on the raz cross his gives with both Wee Sal and Golden Fox with Royal Impact bitches CLICK HERE

Lovely bit of breeding Paul.


Paul Jennings
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20 Dec 2010 17:44


What were main characteristics or traits of Golden Fox and her offspring?



Lance Day
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20 Dec 2010 20:01


Paul Jennings wrote:

What were main characteristics or traits of Golden Fox and her offspring?

They were speed machines and there were many of them.
Top stud dogs and broodies.


Paul Jennings
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20 Dec 2010 23:08


Lance Day wrote:

Paul Jennings wrote:

What were main characteristics or traits of Golden Fox and her offspring?

They were speed machines and there were many of them.
Top stud dogs and broodies.

Would they be tougher or more gutsy than than the I'm Blessed
line?



Lance Day
Australia
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22 Dec 2010 14:29


Paul Jennings wrote:

Lance Day wrote:

Paul Jennings wrote:

What were main characteristics or traits of Golden Fox and her offspring?

They were speed machines and there were many of them.
Top stud dogs and broodies.

Would they be tougher or more gutsy than than the I'm Blessed
line?

Paul it is hard to compare different lines against each other as they all have their good and bad points.

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