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Eskimo Prince racehorse Golden Slipper winner

Eskimo Prince racehorse Eskimo Prince was foaled in 1961 and was by Todman out of the mare Chicquita (by Blank)

A champion sprinter, his main wins were in the STC Hill Stakes, 1963 Silver Slipper Stakes, AJC Breeders' Plate, 1964 Golden Slipper Stakes, AJC Sires' Produce, STC Rosehill Guineas and STC Canterbury Stakes.

Eskimo Prince’s Golden Slipper win landed a huge plunge solely orchestrated by his big betting owner Perc Galea who was reportedly the former boss of several of Sydney’s biggest illegal gambling dens during World War 2.

When Eskimo Prince crossed the finish line in the 1964 Golden Slipper, he had left in his wake another top Sydney colt Farnworth and Victoria’s top youngster Star of Heaven (who was from the stable of the great Angus Armanasco).

Trained by Cec Rolls and ridden by Athol Mulley, the jet black coloured Eskimo Prince, adorned in his bright white bridle, epitomised the beauty of the thoroughbred breed as he returned to scale and punters lined the fence of the enclosure to get a glimpse of the best 2YO in Australia.

He was sent to finish his days in the USA but shortly arrival in America, the top vets in that country examined the horse and concluded that Eskimo Prince had only one healthy lung and also had a paralysed throat valve – his Australian race track feats then becoming even more remarkable.

 

 

 

Todman Star Kingdom Stardust
Impromptu
Oceana Colombo
Orama
Chicquitta Blank Foxlaw
Blanquette
Starr Faithfull Equator
Linton Lowrie

 

 

 

 

 

 

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