Does Fairhill Farm Have Another Fiesta?
Tara Madgwick - Tuesday February 5
Mike and Debbie O'Donnell of Fairhill Farm sold the majority of their yearling crop as weanlings last year, but they still have some real quality at home with four lovely youngsters to be offered at Inglis Classic next week including a stunning filly by I Am Invincible.

Fiesta is an Inglis Classic star for Fairhill FarmFairhill Farm sold a filly by I Am Invincible from Now Now during the Gold Riband session at the 2017 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale to Star Thoroughbreds and Chris Waller for $150,000.

Racing as Fiesta she was an immediate success winning the Group III ATC Widden Stakes at two and finishing seventh in the Golden Slipper.

Better was to come at three with Fiesta blossoming as a spring three year-old to win the Group II ATC Silver Shadow Stakes before placing in the remaining legs of the Darley Princess Series to be crowned the inaugural winner.

With over $600,000 in prizemoney, Fiesta may add to the tally on Saturday when she runs in the $1million Inglis 3YO Sprint first up from a spell. 

She has been a massive winner for all connected with her making the 2019 Fairhill Farm draft a must inspect.

Lot 78 Filly Hinchinbrook x Desert End (USA), by End Sweep – GOLD RIBAND 

Half-sister to five winners including Group III placed Margham, the dam of Listed MRC Blue Diamond Preview winner Mohave.

Lot 90 Filly I Am Invincible x Limbo Down (NZ), by Fastnet Rock – GOLD RIBAND

Full sister to brilliant two year-old Sydney metro winner Limbo Soul from the family of Group III winner Handsome Ransom and stakes-winner Danajaya.

Lot 172 Filly Super One x Bulladini, by Bernardini (USA)

Fourth foal of an unraced half-sister to Group II winner Bound for Earth from Group I VRC Oaks winner Bulla Borghese.

Lot 430 Filly Super One x Kontiki Dane (NZ), by Danewin

First foal of a Sydney metro winning grand-daughter of US Group I winner Pen Bal Lady (GB, the dam of two time Auckland Cup winner Prized Lady.

See the horses at Barn 1 Stables 65,67 and 78 – 80.