Kantor Sells Half Share In The Rascal

A disappointment in the recent Gr1 Sydney Cup, the Intello gelding Young Rascal has moved stables with South African owner Bernard Kantor selling a 50% interest, for an undisclosed sum, in the talented galloper.

OTI announced that they bought in and that the gelding will remain in Australia.

Trained by William Haggas, Young Rascal was sent to Australia for the Sydney autumn carnival, winning the Gr3 Manion Cup.

That win saw Young Rascal installed the favourite in the Gr1 Sydney Cup but he failed to run up to expectations, finishing seventh behind Etah James.

He will join the stables of Archie Alexander at Ballarat.

Young Rascal owns entries in both the Caulfield Cup and the Melbourne Cup.

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