Quality Book 2 Magic Millions yearlings sell on Monday
A close relation to up and coming galloper Supreme Khan highlights the quality Book 2 draft by Windsor Park Stud on account of Eureka Stud for the Gold Coast Magic Millions Sale.
Studmaster Rodney Schick has great anticipation particularly around the 5 entered being by his young sires Rageese, A Group 1 performing 2yo and son of Street Cry with a beautiful female family going back to the great Emancipation and Vanbrugh, a Group 1 winning 3yo son of Encosta De Lago that was also a Randwick debut winning 2yo.
“I’ve taken these 5 over as part of a strategy to get as many of the progeny of Rageese and Vanbrugh into Australian market. I really believe these stallions have great credentials to make it in Australia and I am making sure that they get their opportunity to do so. These are cracking types, full of quality , mature well-muscled individuals and look to be precocious. We have had excellent feedback on both stallions from the trainers on their progeny”. Schick said.
“Rageese is stamping his stock and on the back of the feedback he has served a big book this season so there is good word out there. His filly in Sydney, Lan Kwai Fong, has performed creditably without luck and has a promising future. Meanwhile, Vanbrugh although he hasn’t had a runner yet has had a couple of jumpout winners at Pakenham and a filly with Margret Falkner who she hoids in high regard. The word is very good on them and like himself, they should be very nice later 2yo’s and early 3yos.
Here are the lots on offer
Lot 1096 – Vanbrugh – Sorestan. Strongly made filly with a great mind and from a high quality family.
Lot 1121 – Rageese – Tickled Pink. Attractive, athletic filly from a young Fastnet Rock mare.
Lot 1191 – Rageese – Cash In Transit. Early running colt from a young Snitzel mare.
Lot 1218 – Rageese – DJ Lightning. Powerful, quality colt from a stakes winning 2YO and fast international family.
Lot 1246 – Vanbrugh – Frivolous. Strong, mature filly from the fast family of multiple Group winner Falkirk and Karaka Mile bound Supreme Khan.