One to Watch – Cranbourne

Tara Madgwick - Thursday July 2

Medaglia D’Oro (USA) no longer shuttles to Australia for Darley, but he has given us some great horses during his time here including Golden Slipper winning sire Vancouver and featured at Cranbourne on Thursday with an ultra impressive juvenile winner.

A homebred for Godolphin trained by Anthony Freedman, two year-old gelding Endanger drew wide but overcame that inconvenience to win the 1200m maiden running away by nearly four lengths.
 

 


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-quarter brother-in-blood to Group III winner Java, Endanger is the second and final foal of Group II winning Flying Spur mare Hazard, who died in 2018 after producing just two foals.

Hazard was also a Godolphin homebred and was a half-sister to Group III winners Java (by Medaglia D’Oro), Crucial and Antelucan from good producer Dawn Attack (IRE), a half-sister to Champion 3YO Colt and triple Group I winner Desert King.

The last Australian bred crop of Medaglia D’oro foals are yearlings with 20 selling so far this year at an average $231,000.

 

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Race Result - Frankston Mazda Mdn Plate 1200m

Cranbourne Track: Soft(6) Time: 1:13.64
1
Endanger
T: Anthony Freedman J: Jye McNeil 57
2g Medaglia D'Oro (USA) x Hazard (AUS) (Flying Spur (AUS))
2
3.8
Our Chevalier
T: R D Griffiths J: M J Allen 59.5
3c Redoute's Choice (AUS) x Happy Hussy (AUS) (Hussonet (USA))
3
4.2
Mexican Star
T: J & C Meagher J: Celine Gaudray 51
2f Choisir (AUS) x Mexican Gal (AUS) (Encosta De Lago (AUS))
Inglis Classic Yearling Sale $75,000
V:Fernrigg Farm, Denman
B: Lindsay Park Racing / Andrew Williams Bloodstock
4
5.4
Moshe Pit Gem
T: D Binaisse J: R T Tremsal 57.5
3f Moshe (AUS) x Genetic Gem (NZ) (Montjeu (IRE))
5
5.6
Bondi Tiff
T: Andrew Campbell J: Alana Kelly 55.5
4m Dalakhani (IRE) x Bondi Girl (NZ) (Pins (AUS))
6
5.7
Carmelites
T: A B Logan J: Carleen Hefel 55.5
4m God's Own (AUS) x Djandoubi (NZ) (Guillotine (NZ))
7
6.4
Smug Sister
T: John R Allen J: Ben Allen 57.5
4m O'Lonhro (AUS) x Red Roxie (AUS) (El Moxie (USA))
8
6.5
Zoolander
T: R W Harrison J: Jamie Kah 59.5
4g Bel Esprit (AUS) x Swoosh (AUS) (Fastnet Rock (AUS))
9
6.8
Dunvegan
T: M M Laurie J: J Noonan 59.5
3g Wandjina (AUS) x Imananabaa (AUS) (Anabaa (USA))
10
8.3
Villager
T: Ms A Blackburn J: A B Robertson 59.5
4g Walking Or Dancing (NZ) x Lane's End (AUS) (End Sweep (USA))
11
9.1
Address Melbourne
T: B H Anderson J: A Lynch 59.5
3c Puissance De Lune (IRE) x Lady Of Dormello (AUS) (General Nediym (AUS))
12
11.3
Spirit Of York
T: M E Templeton J: J Maskiell 59.5
4g Bianconi (USA) x Zivargo Lass (AUS) (Royal Academy (USA))
13
11.6
Sunshine Girl
T: Amy & Ash Yargi J: D W Stackhouse 57.5
3f Fighting Sun (AUS) x Super Excited (AUS) (Excites (AUS))
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