CAPE Guineas winner Noah From Goa is one of the 67 Gr1 winners amongst the 262 first stage entries for the HK$93 million LONGINES Hong Kong International Races published on Wednesday, 24 October.
A R325,000 graduate of the 2014 Emperor’s Palace National 2-Year-Old Sale and formerly trained by Mike de Kock, Noah From Goa was third in the 2016 Gr1 LÓrmarins Queen’s Plate to Legal Eagle and was also multiple Gr2-placed in Dubai in 2017, when part-owned by Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa.
The Tiger Ridge gelding holds a dual entry in the Longines Hong Kong Cup and the Longines Hong Kong Mile.
Now based in Singapore where he has already won for trainer Ricardo Le Grange, Noah From Goa is a 6yo.
He is one of 191 individual horses for the total number of nominations to the four Gr1 contests on Sunday, 9 December, with 70 horses holding entries in more than one race.
The LONGINES Hong Kong International Races is a highly-coveted quartet of outstanding championship races and each contest will offer record prize money this year.