HADEER wins Feature race in Singapore 25th September making it 3 wins in a row

HADEER, the six year old gelding by Savabeel out of A Real Princess, dominated the Feature race on the programme, the Class 3 1200m, making it three wins in a row for this talented galloper. Ridden once again by Te Akau apprentice Jerlyn Seow, Singapore’s only female rider, he had drawn the ace barrier – Jerlyn got him away well and held the rail, although he wasn’t given any peace in the run by My Dreamliner, who was determined to take him on. Turning for home however, Jerlyn kicked HADEER clear and he was never threatened in the run home, going to the line with a 3 length margin

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Fortuna director John Galvin, watching from his New Zealand home was very satisfied after watching the resounding victory “Big test for this horse today going to Class 3 for the first time and he didn’t get a lot of peace in the run, but once again, he showed his class and was way too good. Well done to Mark Walker and a lovely ride again by Jerlyn, she really has this horse humming.”

Hadeer – makes it 3 in a row at Kranji 25th September 2021

Trainer Mark Walker was very happy with the Hadeer victory “Fantastic result, this horse really continues to lift his game, lovely ride by Jerlyn, who got a double today. Congrats to  John Galvin and his Fortuna NZ Stable team – Hadeer’s win was their 15th win here in  Singapore for 2021 – they are great supporters of our stable”

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 4 wins, and several minor placings from 14 raceday starts in Singapore, accumulating  S$135,000 in prizemoney to date