Bullish Luck a son of the 1990 Breeders' Cup Mile winner Royal Academy stretches out in the Dubai World Cup. A champion miler in Hong Kong whose original name was Al Moughazel, he was sold to Wong Wing-keung of Hong Kong who changed his name to Bullish Luck. At age 5, Bullish Luck found his own, winning the 2004 Hong Kong Gold Cup and finishing second to Alexander Goldrun in the Hong Kong Cup.
In 2005 Bullish Luck won the Champions Mile (video below) at Sha Tin and put an end to the seventeen-race win streak of stablemate Silent Witness. His performances in 2005 earned him the Hong Kong Champion Miler title. In 2006, Bullish Luck won his second Champions Mile, he was voted Hong Kong Horse of the Year honors.