AUCKLAND REACTOR had a red-letter day on March 21, 2021 when he sired eight winners in three different countries!
Heading the vanguard was the former New Zealand gelding Itz Alldown To Luck, who won by three lengths in 1:51.4 at his first start on American soil at The Meadowlands. Out of a P Forty Seven mare, the five-year-old had won two of his only four starts in NZ.
The Great Buzz, another ex-Kiwi, won again at Miami Valley Raceway, Ohio, going 1:52. The six-year-old gelding is from a mare by Bettor’s Delight.
AUCKLAND REACTOR was also represented by winning doubles at Launceston and Bridgetown (WA).
Jaffa Josh NZ, a six-year-old out of a Dream Away mare, made it three for three on Australia soil with a career-best 1:56.6 performance at Launceston, while Coveffe Hustler (ex Mystical Shark mare) won for the seventh time in 1:59 earlier on the same card.
The three-year-old filly Secret Reaction (ex Armbro Operative mare) and Reddington Reactor (ex Parson’s Den mare) both emerged successful at Bridgetown.
Weeroona Boy (ex Badlands Hanover mare) completed back-to-back successes at the Kapunda Cup meeting, scoring by 19 metres.
In New Zealand, Key Reactor maintained his solid form with a fighting win on the grass at Motukarara, his second success this season. The gelding is out of a Grinfromeartoear mare.