Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Aku Lah Maharaja Pemusnah

Ni ilmu yang aku dok belajar dalam hutan masa aku dok bertapa. Sekarang ni, semua para para pariah dan juak-juak aku sedang berjuang. Aku dok low profail sebab kes sodok jubor aku tu dok naik turun kat mahkamah. Sementara dok bertapa ni, aku banyak belajar ilmu-ilmu hitam. Aku boleh ludah keluar api, aku boleh bersin dan batok.... klcc tumbang dan macam-macam lagi lah. Lepas aku menang dan jadi Piem, kalian tahu lah nasib kalian. Akan aku ajar dengan sumpah seranah nafsu serakah kesetanan aku. Tungguuuuuuuuu!!!!!



    “About -700m from home, I knew he could take me into the race and he justkeptgiving in the straight.” JBBA Trophy-winning jockey Ronnie Stewart

    QUALITY galloper Kelantan is a horse going places.
    The Stephen Gray-trained Nex7lEealand-bred showed that with a gutsy win in the $450,000 Japan Bloodhorse Breeders' Association (JBBA) Trophy in Race 8 at Kranji yesterday. Mildly supported, he paid $53 for the win.
    Ridden by Australian jockey Ronnie Stewart, Kelantan moved up beautifully like a good horse in the straight to nab $411 chance Music Master by:;/, -length in the domestic Group 2 race over 1,600m.
    Itmaybeyou, winner of the second leg of the Singapore Three-Year-Old Challenge over 1,400m last month in which Kelantan ran fifth, finished a game third, two lengths further back.
    Stewart said there was a bit of bustling early but he was happy to sit around midfield with a bit of cover.
    Added the bang-in-form lightweight hoop: "About 700m from home, I knew he could take me into the race and he just kept giving in the straight. "
    For a fleeting moment, it looked like it was going to be a real big upset when the Hideyuki Takaoka-trained Music Master shot to the lead on straightening and stayed on stubbornly in front.
    Said his jockey, John Sundradas: "He tried his best but this was the first time he ran in a Group race. Too bad he couldn't hold on with that kind of weight. He carried 57kg."
    Yesterday's JBBA Trophy was the third and final leg of the Three-Year-Old Challenge.
    It was the Zaid Ibrahim-owned bay colt's third win in nine Kranji starts. Back in New Zealand, the well-pedigreed Kelantan cost NZ$135,000 ($132,000) as a yearling.
    By the fashionable Cape Cross out of the El Gran Senor mare Stever house, he demonstrated vast potential by scoring one of his two successes in a listed race. He ran second in another.
    Said trainer Gray: "I dedicate this win to my parents because they had Kelantan back home and sent him up to me.
    "It's always nice to be given a good horse to train to win a Cup. It's a great thrill. He's the first Cup horse I've had since Lim's Reward." For the record, Lun's Reward captured the Group 1 Patrons' Boy in June 2003 with jockey Grant Cooksley astride.
    While he savoured yesterday's glory, Gray lamented that his good friend, The New Paper's Deputy Racing Editor Danny Khoo, was not on hand to watch his big moment triumph.
    He said: "Danny is sick. I wish for a speedy recovery. He has been a good friend and I wished he could here today."
    Khoo is hospitalised with a stomach ailment which requires surgery.
    Gray has no immediate plans for Kelantan who, being a : three-year-old, still has plenty of scope for improvement.
    He said: "I'll just give him a bit freshening up and wait for some weight-for-age races."
    But one thing is certain, although he did not say it: Kelantan can be strong force in the Singapore Four-Year-Old Challenge next year.

  2. Another z.ibrahim.......xxxxxxxx
    Kelantan Wins Jbba Trophy With Sensational Performance

    25 Aug 2006
    There was plenty of money for My Royal Captain Crusoe and Itmaybeyou in the $450,000 Group 2 Japan Bloodhorse Breeders' Association Trophy, but as the field crossed the line it was the forgotten Kelantan that took the coveted prize.
    Trained by Stephen Gray and ridden a treat by Ronnie Stewart, Kelantan sat well off the pace in the 1600m event from his wide gate (13). Stewart was tiding his time throughout the run and hoping for just an ounce of luck. When they went for home he was searching for a cart into the final run and lady lack stayed with him when he found Itmaybeyou.
    "I just kept looking for one of the better horses to take me into the race as we straightened and there was Itmaybeyou!" said Stewart
    "I think in the end being drawn out was helpful because there was a bit of buffeting going on in the inside.
    "Stephen had said to me before the race that it e was carrying 51kgs we'd be sitting mid-field and waiting for one last crack at them and I was to do the same here tonight from the wide alley.
    "We know what this horse can and cannot do and everything just panned out for us.
    "It was great, brilliant!" Stewart added.
    "I knew he'd be better at the mile but having said that I didn't think he was necessarily the best horse in the race," said a candid Gray.
    "But he did have a good preparation and he's a good horse. We're very lucky to have a horse this talented and we are extremely grateful to have him in the stable.

    "It was a great win and in particular tonight I'd like to dedicate the win to my good friend Danny Khoo who isn't in the best of health at the moment."

    Kelantan (NZ) (Cape Cross x Stever House) is owned and raced by Zaid Ibrahim and the win was aven sweetar. "He's always wanted to win a Cup and I am delighted that I have been able to do that for him with this horse." Gray added.