Runners and Stakes Contenders for First Season Sires

Tara Madgwick - Friday October 9

Loads of interest in first season sires on Saturday with runners in Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, where Frosted (USA) will attempt to keep his good run going.

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The list above shows all the runners on Saturday for first season sires including Extreme Choice, who has two runners in the Listed MRC Debutant Stakes that are both trained by Mick Price, who also trained his sire.

 

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