HADEER makes it back to back wins in Singapore winning by 4 lengths

HADEER, a five year old gelding by Savabeel out of A Real Princess, a dominant last start winner, repeated the dose with another strong all the way win in the hands of Te Akau stable apprentice Jerlyn Seow, Singapore’s only female rider, to take out the Class 4 1200 meter race on the Turf at Singapore’s Kranji racecourse 22nd August. Sent out a clear favourite, Hadeer had drawn nicely in Barrier 2 in a field of 12 runners – the race plan was to jump well and lead – this plan was executed perfectly by Jerlyn and Hadeer was never challenged in the run – turning for home with a nice break, he kicked away further in the straight and kept extending to the line with Jerlyn not moving a muscle on him, finishing with a 4.3 length margin at the line

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Fortuna director John Galvin, watching from his New Zealand home was ecstatic after watching the resounding victory “That was amazing to watch, Jerlyn had to use a bit of petrol to get to the front and the early sectionals were quick, so I was wondering if he could see it out, but in the end it was an effortless win. Full marks to Jerlyn who had a winning double on the night and big kudos to Mark Walker who has really got this horse firing.”

Hadeer – wins at Kranji 22nd August 2021

Trainer Mark Walker who also scored a winning double on the day, was very satisfied with the Hadeer victory “Excellent result, we have really worked this horse out, blinkers on, space his races and he doesn’t mind a wet track either – he has a nice future here in Singapore. Congrats to  John Galvin and his Fortuna NZ Stable team – Hadeer’s win was their 12th win here in Singapore for 2021”

HADEER was a winner in Australia at Pakenham in August of 2019 for his  owners at the time, Shadwell Stud. He was acquired by Jessica Galvin, on the recommendation of Mark Walker, at the October 2019 Inglis Sale for A$22,500 – as a Yearling offered at the Inglis 2017 Easter Sale HADEER had fetched A$620,000 for his prominent NZ breeder, the Taupo based John Bromley.

HADEER is raced by the Fortuna Hadeer Syndicate, an ownership group consisting of 46 individuals and has now had 3 wins, and several minor placings from 13 raceday starts in Singapore, accumulating  S$95,000 in prizemoney to date