Limited opportunity to get involved with this outstanding Sebring colt

Kim was absolutely wrapped to have secure Lot 968 Sebring x Groovy Choice colt at the Magic Millions Yearling Sale $150,000 plus GST. A striking brown colt by Golden Slipper winner and Champion sire Sebring is the second foal of the two time winner Groovy Choice. The colt’s dam Groovy Choice has had one foal to race for a winner and is half-sister to Group 3 winning sprinter Taikun and Listed Stakes winner Super Groove and with a strong female pedigree page which is littered with multiple black type winners.

“The colt is very athletic yearling who comes from a very strong family on the dam side. The colt is well balanced, racy type who possess a lovely loose action and great walk. Just a lovely yearling with loads of upside and scope, a nice early foal that looks an ideal two year old and has the pedigree to train on to be a nice three year old and older horse. The colt possess many of the attributes that I look for when selecting yearlings. The colt looks an like a ready made 2yr old and an ideal type to target the very lucrative Magic Million race series. There has been a lot of interest in the colt and has been very popular amongst both new and current clients of the stable and with limited opportunity to be apart of a high quality colt he certainly will be snapped up quickly ” Added Kim

If you would like more information about racing this exciting Sebring colt with Kim and Mark Waugh please don’t hesitate to contact Kim on her mobile  0418 205 333 or via the contact us page

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Lot 968 Sebring x Groovy Choice Colt

  Lot 968 Sebring x Groovy Choice Colt                                                                                                                        

Oxford Poet and Shiraz oppose one another in the Carrington Stakes on Saturday

Talented sprinters Oxford Poet and Shriaz will head to Randwick on Saturday where the pair will take to the field opposing one another in race 7 The Carrington Stakes over the seven furlongs.

Oxford Poet & Blake Shinn on their way to victory at Rosehill

                          Oxford Poet

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Oxford Poet resumed last start in workman like fashion finishing third over 1000m at Warwick Farm a fortnight ago and has continued to make good impression stripping fitter from that outing as he heads to his  second up assignment over the preferred distance of 1400m. “Oxford Poet is very well, he went really well first up over the sprint distance and will once again no doubt prove most competitive over the 1400m, a distance that he loves and does race extremely well second up. Tommy hopefully should be able to amble across from the good gate and slot into a nice spot close to the speed from an ideal gate” added Kim. Tommy Berry has secured the ride aboard Oxford Poet, with the pair jumping from barrier 5

Shiraz continues his prep against the quality field of sprinters with Kim more than happy with the gelding’s lead up both on and off the track as she steps Shiraz to the 1400m for only the third time in his career. “Shiraz is great, he has been plagued by awkward gates in all runs this prep finishing on the placegetters heels after not having the best of luck in all of his runs for the stable. He has been getting fitter with each run and heads to Randwick rock hard fit. I have elected to tinker with his gear and he will wear a tongue tie on Saturday for the first time” added Kim. Tye Angland reunites with Shiraz, with the pair jumping from barrier 7

Nicely matured: Classy sprinter Shiraz returns at Rosehill on Saturday. Photo: bradleyphotos.com.au

                       Shiraz 

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Under lights at Canterbury Park

Recife Beach and No Bad Blood both head to Canterbury Park where they will continue their campaigns racing under lights on Friday night.

Recife Beach was a touch unlucky after being held up and never gaining clear running at vital stage when racing over the track and distance a fortnight ago with the stable confident of a strong showing despite another tricky barrier draw. “Recife Beach is really well, he scored a confidence building victory at Scone two runs ago and has continued to please since his last run, where I felt he was a touch unlucky. Friday nights race is a similar field to last start and I will sit down and study the speed maps, these small fields have been quite tactical of late” added Kim. Tim Clark continues his association with Recife Beach, with the pair jumping from barrier 6 in race 4 Alm Handicap over 1550m.

Recife Beach breaks through at Scone

Recife Beach breaks through at Scone

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No Bad Blood has continued to please following a gallant third placing over the track and distance last Wednesday, taking his place in race 7 Toohey’s New Evening Star. The Danzero gelding has had his foot on the till in recent starts finishing no further back than 2 lengths from the winner at his previous two runs with the stable confident of another strong showing despite an awkward barrier. “I have been very happy with No Bad Blood he continues to please both on and off the track and whilst he will need to overcome an awkward barrier on Friday I’m sure he will once again acquit himself well” added Kim. Tim Clark will again take the ride aboard No Bad Blood, with the pair jumping from barrier 10.

No Bad Blood

                            No Bad Blood

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