Eagle Farm 2YO Trial Results

Tara Madgwick - Monday September 23
Sydney wasn't the only location for official two year-old trials on Monday with Queensland also getting in on the act with five heats at Eagle Farm that included a winner for Aquis Farm's first season sire Spill the Beans.

The Steven O'Dea trained youngster was having his second trial and skipped away to win by more than three lengths.




A Group II winning son of champion sire Snitzel, Spill the Beans has been super popular for Aquis with Queensland breeders and stands this spring at a fee of $11,000.

Other trial winners at Eagle Farm were Market Trader (Snitzel), Gotta Kiss (Not a Single Doubt), Queen Kay (Zoustar) and Lady Grazier (Not a Single Doubt).




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