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Whitelocks follow successful blueprint for breeding

  • Wed, 11 Jul 2018
  • Frank Marrion
Kayla Marie downs Havtime in the G1 Sires Stakes in April and in a national record 1.54.7 mile rate.  Braeden and Caroline Whitelock enjoyed a banner season racing the top juvenile fillies Princess Tiffany and Kayla Marie.

Kayla Marie downs Havtime in the G1 Sires Stakes in April and in a national record 1.54.7 mile rate. Braeden and Caroline Whitelock enjoyed a banner season racing the top juvenile fillies Princess Tiffany and Kayla Marie.

Braeden and Caroline Whitelock are well known for producing rugby players but they have also shown a great deal of expertise in breeding standardbreds. The latter has always been in the background with Caroline being a daughter of All Black Nelson Dalzell, who bred, owned and trained pacers at Culverden. They included two-time Kaikoura Cup winner Diamond Moose and his El Patron sister Lady El, who won eight races for trainer Robin Butt. The Whitelocks have retained a link to that family…
 

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