Lady racehorse Perth Cup winner
Bianco Lady was
bred in New Zealand and was by the sire Rangong from Marree.
In her career,
this gallant staying mare had 34 starts for 10 wins, 5 seconds and
2 thirds for a total of $296900.
Owned by Jack
Cave she was initially trained by Bob Thomsen.
Her career highlights
include winning the 1983 Perth
Cup by an impressive six lengths, a Sandown
Cup in Melbourne and was considered by many to be very
unlucky in finishing fifth in the Melbourne
Cup won by Gurners Lane from the champion Kingston Town
beaten by just a length and a quarter despite suffering interference
At her next start
she stayed well out of trouble and bolted in with the Sandown
Bianco Lady also
won the prestigious Group III AJC Chairman's
Handicap in 1982 and the Canterbury Cup - now known as
At stud she threw
the Guineas winning Bianco Flyer who was her first foal by Godswalk.