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Another seven up for Bertolini

15/03/10 - The leading all-weather sire in Britain and Ireland keeps firing in winners all around the world

Few things can be taken for granted in racing and breeding but one safe bet is that in any given week, somewhere around the world there will be a Bertolini-sired winner.
The past week was no exception with another seven three-year-old winners added to his tallies in both the northern and southern hemispheres.

Singapore, New Zealand, Italy, Australia and Hong Kong were the respective locations for this week’s winners and, once the first two-year-old races start in Europe in just a few weeks’ time, you can expect to see Bertolini’s name up there among the early leaders.

Sha Tin’s Sunday meeting saw victories for Pizzazz, a three-year-old colt out of the End Sweep mare Endrita, in the 1400m handicap, with the following race falling to Public Figure, a three-year-old gelding out of Goodness Me (Kings Island), who won over a mile.

Garozzo scored a 1300m maiden win at Bendigo in Australia on 11 March, the same day that Rio Magno, a colt out of Dramatic Entry (Persian Bold) and bred by Michael Boland, won over the same distance in Pisa and Bertiful took the 1000m maiden at Riccarton Park in New Zealand.

In Britain and Ireland, Bertolini has led the all-weather sires’ table for the whole season and is still in front, by both individual winners and prize-money.