Farm's Domesday has had a good week with his lone yearling at the Inglis
Classic Yearling Sale selling for $100,000 and his progressive five year-old
Doom 'n' Boom scoring a good win at Sandown last Wednesday.
Trained by Leon and Troy Corstens for a team of Spicer Thoroughbreds owners,
Doom 'n' Boom forged clear to win over 2100 metres by the best part of a length
and has now won five of 18 starts earning just shy of $90,000 in prizemoney.
Doom 'n' Boom was a $120,000 Inglis Easter purchase for Spicer Thoroughbreds
from the Goodwood Farm draft and is a half-brother to Group I winner Manawanui
from good producer Lady Remlap, who interestingly produced a filly by Holy
Roman Emperor (IRE) last spring.
Spicer Thoroughbreds again showed their liking for Domesday when paying $100,000
for a colt from Dom Perion at the 2017 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale on Monday.
He is the third foal of metro winning Redoute's Choice mare Dom Perion and was
offered by Grange Thoroughbreds.
Domesday has two entries for the 2017 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale and three
for the 2017 Magic Millions Adelaide Yearling Sale.
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