Fairhill Farm Weanlings on Show at Riverside Stables

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Friday June 26

Mike and Debbie O’Donnell of Fairhill Farm have been great supporters of the Inglis Australian Weanling Sale and will present a cracking draft of 28 youngsters at the 2020 sale on July 8 and are saving the best for last – a half-sister by Pierro to Darley Princess Series winner Fiesta, so let’s check them out -  Lots 1 to 324.

Lot 272 Colt Vancouver x Legible, by Zabeel

Lot 272 - click to watch him walk.

Group II winning dam Legible has had four to race all winners headed by Group II winner Trusting and this colt is by a very promising young sire in Vancouver, whose sire Medaglia D’Oro has produced eight stakes-winners in Australia from mares carrying Zabeel blood highlighted by Group I winner Flit.

Lot 312 Colt Foxwedge x Mofahjah (IRE), by Sadler’s Wells

Lot 312 - Click to watch him walk
Half-brother to eight winners headed by Group II placed Saddler’s Story and stakes-placed Hasta La War. The full sister to this colt made $50,000 at Inglis Classic last year.

Lot 320 Colt Impending x Nardoo, by Krupt

Lot 320 - Click to watch him walk.

From the first crop of Lonhro’s dual Group I winner Impending and is the first foal of a metro winning half-sister to Group III placed Architect and grand-daughter of Irish Group I winner Belle Genius. Comes from the family of Champion Hong Kong Sprinter Lucky Nine.

Lot 324 Filly Pierro x Now Now, by Danehill Dancer (IRE)

Lot 324 - Click to watch her walk.

Saving the best for last - half-sister to Darley Princess Series winner Fiesta, a Group I placed Group II winner of $1.2million in prizemoney. By outstanding sire Pierro, who commands a fee of $137,500 this year and comes from the family of Group winners Stick Around, Charm Scene Land and Group I placed stakes-winner Kingsgate.

Lot 187 Colt Churchill (IRE) x Donatella (IRE), by Sadler’s Wells

Lot 187  - click to watch him walk

Bred the same way as European Horse of the Year 2017 and 2019, Enable being by a son of Galileo from a daughter of Sadler’s Wells. Half-brother to three winners from an unraced daughter of Group III winner Aim for the Top.

Lot 208 Colt Churchill (IRE) x Flying Strike, by Stravinsky (USA)

Lot 208 - Click to watch him walk

Third foal of a winning half-sister to stakes-placed Starry Light from the family of Group I winner Bawalaksana and more recent Group III winner Arbeitsam, a winner of over $1.1million.

Lot 229 Colt Dissident x Heavensentme, by Holy Roman Emperor (IRE)

Lot 229 - click to watch him walk

Half-brother to two winners from a winning daughter of stakes-winner Tequila Knowledge. Traces back to an international family that has produced Group I winning sprinter Donjuan Triumphant.

Lot 269 Colt Vancouver x Lazuli, by Snippetson

Lot 269 - click to watch him walk

By an exciting young sire in Vancouver that has been building momentum in recent weeks with a string of promising winners. Second foal of a winning half-sister to Group III winner That’s Not It.






Lot 170 Filly No Nay Never (USA) x Consolari, by Haradasun

Lot 170 - click to watch her walk .

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Second foal of a winning half-sister to 2018 Darley Princess Series winner Fiesta, a Group I placed Group II winner of more than $1.2 million in prizemoney.

Lot 176 Colt So You Think x Crazyonyou, by Encosta de Lago

Lot 176 - click to watch him walk

Fourth foal of blue-blooded daughter of champion sire Encosta de Lago, next two dams by Danehill and Royal Academy, the female family featuring champion sire Fastnet Rock. Current yearling from the mare, a colt by Choisir, sold for $150,000 at 2020 Inglis Classic.

Lot 177 Colt Rubick x Curvaceous, by Zabeel


Lot 177 - click to watch him walk,

By the sire of Everest winner Yesy Yes Yes and brilliant G2 winner Rubisaki. Half-brother to Group II winner Curved Ball, stakes-winner Isopach and Group II placed Swissac from outstanding producer that has left eight winners from nine to race.

Lot 184 Filly Pride of Dubai x Desert End (USA), by End Sweep

Lot 184 - click to watch her walk .


Half-sister to Group III placed Margham, the dam of stakes-winner Mohave and has a big pedigree update as the two year-old from the mare, Sahra (Hinchinbrook) was an impressive debut winner last week.


Lot 130 Filly Caravaggio (USA) x Blowin in the Wind (IRE), by Danehill

 

Lot 130 - click to watch her walk

From the first crop of Scat Daddy’s brilliant Group I winning son Caravaggio and is a half-sister to five winners headed by stakes-winner Theanswermyfriend. Female pedigree is packed with top class European stakes performers including Group I winners Moonstone and Cerulean Sky.

Lot 136 Colt Shooting to Win x Brightlands Star, by Starcraft

Lot 136 - click to watch him walk

Pedigree update for this colt as he is a half-brother to recent Macau Guineas winner Hostwin Saturn and is the fourth foal of a winning half-sister to Group I winner Zip Zip Array and stakes-winner Zipanese. The family also features multiple Group I winners Niconero and Nicconi.


Lot 142 Colt Rubick x Caesarissa, by Holy Roman Emperor (IRE)

 

Lot 142 - Click to watch him walk

Third foal of a winning mare from the family of dual Group I winner Russian Revolution. Her Deep Field weanling colt last year made $70,000 at this sale.

Lot 167 Filly Brazen Beau x Conclusive, by Not a Single Doubt

Lot 167 - click to watch her walk

First foal of an unraced sister to stakes-placed Desert Fox from the family of Group II winner Millennium and stakes-winner Mohave.

Lot 107 Filly Choisir x Zhen Zhen, by Galileo (IRE)

Lot 107 - click to watch her walk

By proven Group I sire Choisir from a metro winning daughter of legendary sire Galileo from the family of Group I winning filly Catchy ad Group II winner Cats Whisker.


Lot 108 Filly Churchill (IRE) x Zipanese, by Bellotto (USA)

 

Lot 108 - click to watch her walk

From the first crop of champion son of Galileo and is a half-sister to two winners from Group I placed stakes-winner Zipanese, a full sister to to Group I winner Zip Zip Array. The family also features multiple Group I winners Niconero and Nicconi, a leading sire.

Lot 110 Colt Flying Artie x A Spotte of Magic, by Magic Albert
 

Lot 110 - Click to watch him walk

First foal of a daughter of Group III winner Spottswoode, a full sister to Champion NZ 3YO Filly and Australian Group I winner Sixty Seconds.

Lot 115 Filly Churchill (IRE) x Allez France, by Hennessy (USA)

Lot 115 - click to watch her walk

 

Half-sister to six winners including stakes-winner Superfly and stakes-placed Montelimar from stakes-winner Allez France.
 

 

 

Lot 33 Colt Capitalist x Satirical Lass, by Flying Spur

Lot 33 - click to watch him walk

Another cracking type by Capitalist and is the third foal of good Sydney metro winner Satirical Lass, a half-sister to Group III placed Smart as You Think. Traces back to a classy European family that has enjoyed success in Australia through the likes of Group I winner Summer Passage and Group II winner Shania Dane.

Lot 72 Filly Pierro x Sweet Maggie, by Danehill Dancer (IRE)


Lot 72 - click to watch her walk
Half-sister to Group III winner Vinnie Eagle and four other winners, her dam a half-sister to dual Group I winner Nashville. By Pierro, who goes from strength to strength and stands this year at a fee of $137,500. The yearling full sister to this filly made $80,000 at 2020 Inglis Classic.

Lot 81 Colt Deep Field x Touch of Greatness, by Don Eduardo (NZ)

Lot 81 - click to watch him walk

 

Half-brother to stakes-placed Hair Trigger, who has also been very successful in Hong Kong and by a young sire that has also made his mark quickly in Hong Kong with several very smart winners. Yearling half-brother to this colt by Deep Field’s full brother Shooting to Win made $80,000 at 2020 Karaka.

Lot 93 Filly Exosphere x Venus Amoris, by Choisir

Second foal of a winning half-sister to stakes-winner Tactical Advantage from a daughter of stakes-winner Actress. This is the famed Gooree Stud family of Group I w inners Desert War, Laser Hawk and Romantic Touch.


Lot 93 - click to watch her walk


Lot 1 Filly Rubick x One More Tequila, by Onemorenomore

 

 

Lot 1 - click to watch her walk
By the sire of outstanding performers Yes Yes Yes and Rubisaki and is second foal of winning daughter of stakes-winner Tequila Knowledge.

Her first foal, a colt by Pierro, made $140,000 at Inglis Premier this year.

 

Lot 5 Filly Ribchester (IRE) x Our Lonnie, by Lonhro

 

 

Lot 5 - Click to watch her walk

 

From the first crop of Champion European Miler Ribchester and is first foal of unraced half-sister by champion sire Lonhro to Group I VRC Oaks winner Kirramosa. Has a diverse pedigree with quality Kiwi female family, her third dam Group I winner Olga’s Pal, the Co- Champion NZ 3YO Filly of her generation.

Lot 6 Filly Capitalist x Our Scene Steeler (NZ), by Danasinga
 

 

 

Lot 6 - click to watch her walk

From the second crop of foals by Golden Slipper winner Capitalist, who has had 95 yearlings sell this year at an average $168,715. From Group III placed Our Scene Steeler, the dam of three winners, two of them metropolitan winners.

Lot 26 Colt Deep Field x Roman Sandals, by Holy Roman Emperor (IRE)
 

Lot 26 - click to watch him walk

By the leading second crop sire by winners in Deep Field, whose fee has increased to $55,000 this spring. Half-brother to two winners from the family of Group II winner Millennium and  stakes-winner Mohave.

Watch this space for more great opportunities from Fairhill Farm.






 

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