Toorak Confirmed For Darci Brahma
26 Sep 2006 Darci Brahma will bypass the Gr I $1 million Kelt Capital Stakes at Hastings on October 7 and head to Australia for the remainder of his spring racing.

Darci Brahma was a group one winner as a two-year-old in Australia and will be chasing his second Australian group one success when he contests the A$350,000 Toorak Handicap (1600m) at Caulfield on October 14.

"We left him in the Kelt and it was an option, but we probably see him more of a sprinter-miler now," said trainer Mark Walker.

"To start in the Kelt would have meant he would have to step up from 1400m to 1600 and then to 2000m at his first three starts in a new campaign."

Darci Brahma produced a truly courageous performance when chasing home the great mare Seachange in last Saturday's Gr I $150,000 Stoney Bridge Stakes at Hastings.

Darci Brahma refused to give in as the two fought head-to-head over the final 200 metres, going under by just a short head at the finish.

Adding to the merit of Darci Brahma's performance was the fact he lost a shoe in the early stages of the race.

"He was a bit footsore on Sunday morning," said Walker.

"Losing the plate couldn't have helped, but you can't take anything away from Seachange."
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Third Win for Red Beach (NZ)
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Red Beach (NZ) Too Strong at Pukekohe
04 May 2019Pencarrow filly Red Beach (NZ) (Darci Brahma) notched up the second win of her six-start career with a dominant performance in Friday’s $10,000 Patumahoe Plumbing 1600 at Pukekohe.
Wild Seas (NZ) Storms Home at Hastings
29 Apr 2019Half an hour after the Pencarrow colours were carried to victory in the Group 2 Travis Stakes at Te Rapa, they also featured in a highly impressive performance at Hastings on Saturday.
Supera (NZ) Superb in Travis Stakes
29 Apr 2019With a powerful come-from-behind performance at Te Rapa on Saturday, Supera (NZ) (Savabeel) became the third $100,000 Group 2 Travis Stakes (2000m) winner in the last eight years for the blue and white hoops of Pencarrow.
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