Born In Bombay sold to race in Hong Kong
Last Updated: 22/07/14 3:20pm
David Probert celebrates as Born In Bombay wins the Britannia.
Britannia Stakes winner Born In Bombay has been sold to run in Hong Kong after connections accepted 'a very good offer', according to the Daily Mail.
Trainer Andrew Balding revealed the news at a Goodwood-organised media event, promoting his team for next week's Glorious Goodwood meeting, who will be headed by Whiplash Willie in the Artemis Goodwood Cup and Scotland in the Neptune Investment Management Gordon Stakes.
Born in Bombay, who raced in the colours of US owner George Strawbridge, was a half-length winner of the Britannia on only his fourth start.
Balding told the Mail: "He is in quarantine already and is off to Hong Kong. I don’t know which trainer here is going to but it was a very good offer."