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Unbeaten Little Cow eyes on future overseas campaign

18/11/2012

The Danny Shum-trained Little Cow continues to show his talent on the right path to be one of the up-and-coming rising sprinters in Hong Kong when he produced an all-the-way victory in the Kau To Shan Handicap over the distance of 1,200m by beating Super Caga by four lengths. Eastern Promise finished in third.

The four-year-old son of Holy Roman Emperor opened his winning account by powering off his rivals to score a four-and-a-quarter length glory on his debut run in town.

Jumping well from gate 10, Little Cow revealed his natural early speed to take the lead along the fence in a fast sectional and he kept accelerating in the straight to finish the six-furlong event in a time of 1m9.46s.

Shum said his unbeaten star has the potential to compete against with the big guns in the future. "We're quite confident before the race as he's a horse with plenty potential and we will be very competitive at higher levels or some overseas campaign."

Little Cow beats Super Caga by four lengths in KAU TO SHAN HANDICAP.
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Little Cow beats Super Caga by four lengths in KAU TO SHAN HANDICAP.

 

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