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Where the Winners Were

Week Ending 17---2---2018

Mr Pago by Magnus at Albany W A
Prix D’Excellence by Magnus at Albany W A
Tiffany’s Belle by Bel Esprit Hoboken by Statue of Liberty at Ascot W A
Breathtaking by Squamosa at Launceston
Bord De Gain by Moshe at Moonee Valley
Dimoshot by Moshe at Werribee
Eagle Spirit by Magnus
Fred’s A Goer by Bel Esprit at Albury
You Say Bolt by Bel Esprit at Albury
If You Will by Moche at Albury              

11 Winners For The Week

 

Fighting Sun Popular In N Z

The only yearling in the Karaka catalogue, lot 534 by Fighting Sun, commanded quite a bit of interest before being knocked down to a representative of Waikato Bloodstock for $120,000.

He was a good type of colt, he showed his vendor an excellent return for outlay as he was pin hooked for $62,000 at the Great Southern weanling sale, he was an inclusion in the Springmount draft.

The colt was bred by a long term client of Sun Stud, Queensland based breeder, Wayne Comerford..

Second dam in the pedigree is Whipping, an unraced half sister to Zipping, surely one of Lloyd Williams favourite horses.

 

Where the Winners Were

Week Ending 10---2----2018

Royal Statue by Statue of Liberty at Bunbury
Naduri by Fighting Sun at Warrnambool
Cape Sounion by Bel Esprit at Warrnambool
Haski by Magnus at Ararat
Spirit of Lager by Bel Esprit at Ararat
Rapt In Black by Love Conquers All at Rockhampton
Enbiharr by Magnus at Caulfield
Mr Marbellouz by Love Conquers All at Doomben
Just God Lucky by Mosman at Kembla Grange

9 Winners for the week

 

Where the Winners Were (S)

Week Ending  3—2—2018

Empire Liberty by Statue of Liberty at Geelong
Whycatchhim by Magnus at Toowoomba
Souzi by Magnus at Ballarat
Familja byMagnus at Gawler
Chase The Wind by Bel Esprit at Ipswich
Levonas by Statue of Liberty at Albany
Fortensky by Love Conquers at Canterbury
Viceroy by Magnus at Canterbury
First Choice by Love Conquers All at Singapore
Lady Esprit by Bel Esprit at Caulfield
Previous Love by Love Conquers All at Doomben

 

Where the Winners Were (S)

Where the Winners Were (S)

Week Ending 27 –1 -- 2018

Constant Justice by Magnus at Singapore
Sun Fighter by Fighting Sun at Wyong
That’s Freedman by Statue of Liberty at Moyuya
Spirit of Aquada by Bel Espirit at Pakenham
Spirit or Lager by Bel Esprit at Pakenham
Try A Lil Harder by Statue of Liberty at Pakenham
Van Wlnkle by Magnus at Rockhamton
Iconic by Bel Esprit at Morphettville
You Remember Me by Statue of Liberty at Kingscote

 

Where the Winners Were

Week Ending 20—1—2018

Bellaria by Magnus at Werribee
Emoclew by Love Conquers All at Kembla Grange
Bella Luciana by Bel Esprit at Ballarat
Try A Lil Harder by Statue of Liberty at Gunnedah
Irish Moshe by Moshe at Ascot W A
Lilley Beau by Magnus at Launceston
Carlingford by Magnus at Pakenham Park
Bella Mia by Bel Esprit at Cranbourne
Belwazi by Bel Esprit at Cranbourne
Mr Marbellouz by Love Conquers All at Toowoomba
Fill The Flute by Statue of Liberty at Camperdown
Liberty Pearl by Statue of Liberty at Deepwater

Mahamedeis by Magnus at Flemington

Enbihaar by Magnus at Morphettville  

 

First Winner for Fighting Sun

Platinum Mam’selle provided her sire, the unbeaten Fighting Sun, with his first winner when she rendered a sound performance in scoring at Trentham, NZ on Saturday.

The filly will chase higher honours now, as her sights are set on the Group 3 Phoenix Park two year old Classic, over 1200 metres, in early February.

She looks as if she will, as she finished very strongly and still won with a bit in hand, she is a promising youngster.

Her trainer doesn’t mince matters either; she could then go on to the Group 1 Courtesy Ford Manawatu Sire’s Produce Stakes over, 1400 metres at Awapuni in the autumn.

“The filly learnt a lot from her first start, she keeps getting better,” said her trainer, Lisa Latta.

There is a lot of upside to Platinum Mam’selle, according to rider, Mark Du Plessis, “the run was very encouraging, she gave me a good feel, she is a nice filly, “he said.

She is the second foal of her dam, Miss Fascination, by Redoute’s Choice, all four dams are winners .

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Where the Winners Were

Week Ending 13—1—2018

Tailored by Bel Esprit at Geelong

Arundel Star by Moshe at Geelong

Scuzi by Bel Esprit at Hamilton

Empire Liberty by Statue of Liberty at Cranbourne

Mosh Vain by Moshe at Wagga

Takookacod by Moshi at Wagga

Hoski by Mossman at Kilmore

Platinum Mam'selle by Fighting Sun at Trentham 

 

Where the Winners Were

Week Ending 7—1—2018

El Venetran by Moshe at (Canberra)

Black Mosheen by Moshe at (Stawell)

Youl Thrasahem by Bel Esprit at Stony Creek

Magnesium Rose by Magnus at Caulfield

Biscay Barb by Magnus at Elwick

Mc Garrett by Magnus at Sandown

Lord Laurie by Magnus at Albury

Magromeus by Magnus Stawell

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A big week for Magnus

 

Magnus fires up in the West

Magnus claimed his third Group 1 success as a sire when Great Shot won the million dollar Railway Stakes, at Ascot in far off Perth.

And a similar performance was repeated on Saturday last, at the same venue, when The River was successful, he is also by Magnus, except there was no million dollar prize attached to the race, and Lady Magnus won at Terang.

Magnus is an excellent sire, he has a dominant seventy per cent record of runners to winners, progeny of well over $25 million, his yearlings averaged in 2017 over $90,000, and selling up to $215,000, that reads better than bank interest.

He was a good racehorse that was beyond question; he competed at the highest level, a Group1 sire that is the ultimate.

Besides winning at Group1 level he faced up to the elite company of Weekend Haussler, Miss Andretti and the invincible, Takeover Target, he conquered the world.

Magnus is a product of a super sire line being by Flying Spur, a Golden Slipper success, one of a quartet of winners of the Slipper, trained in succession by Lee Freedman.

Flying Spur defeated Octagonal, and the very good filly, Millrich, is was a stellar year for two year olds.

It was obvious that Magnus was bred for speed, his dam, Scandinavia, had sheer brilliance, as did her sire, Snippets, he was something to behold, the family of Wilander, Black Caviar, and the highly promising sire, All Too Hard.

His second dam, Song of Norway, by Vain, he raced as if had a wing on every hoof, a champion racehorse and the ultimate as a sire.

In the official general sire’s table, 50 sires are listed, 5 based in Victoria, Written Tycoon at 11, Magnus 18, Reward For Effort 35, Manhattan Rain 43, Reset 50.

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Magnus continued on his the winning spree at Kyneton for Sun Stud, winning the final race when Bellaria won and Moshe got into the winning vein with a winner at Gosford.

 
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