Debut Win for Expensive Duporth
Tara Madgwick - Wednesday, 1 March 2017
Under-rated sire Duporth has the favourite in the Group I VRC Australian Guineas this Saturday at Flemington in Hey Doc and also sired a debut winner at Sandown on Wednesday that won in the colours of Gilgai Farm's Rick Jamieson.

Good Oh as a yearlingThree year-old filly Good Oh has been given plenty of time to mature by Mick Kent and produced a stylish effort to take the 1200 metre maiden by half a neck.

She took a sit behind the leaders for Craig Williams to travel in fifth before powering to the line to win in a competitive finish.

Good Oh was a $220,000 Inglis Easter purchase for Dermot Farrington Bloodstock from the Kitchwin Hills draft and runs in the distinctive black colours of Rick Jamieson, who was making headlines earlier this week as a breeder when his I Am Invincible colt from Soorena fetched $1.4 million at the Inglis Premier Yearling sale.

Good Oh was the most expensive Duporth sold in 2015 and is the second winner for stakes-winning Snitzel mare Zelsnitz, a grand-daughter of celebrated producer L'On Vite (USA).

A daughter of Fanfreluche, L'On Vite is the dam of Group I winner and sire Holy Roman Emperor (USA) and Group III winner Milanova, who was sold at auction in Sydney back in 2008 for $5million.

Originally standing at Kitchwin Hills, Duporth is looking for a home following the sale of Jindera Park where he stood last year.

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