First Thronum Yearlings on Show at Inglis Premier

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Thursday February 18

The Sun Stud colours were carried to victory by brilliant Group II winning Snitzel sprinter Thronum, whose first yearlings have been impressing buyers in pre-sale inspections ahead of next week’s Inglis Premier Yearling Sale.

Sun Stud's Thronum has his first yearlings on offer at Inglis Premier.

A strongly built, short coupled sprinter like his champion sire, Thronum proved his Group I credentials with a fighting half length second to Hellbent in the Group I MVRC William Reid Stakes (1200m).

Thronum covered a good book in his first season at Sun Stud and has some lovely yearlings on offer as listed below.

Lot 398 Colt Thronum x Thorsborne, by Hinchinbrook – Sun Stud

Second foal of a metro winning sister to Group II winner Diamond Tathagata and half-sister to stakes-winner Ancestry.


Lot 599 Filly Thronum x Evasive (NZ), by One Cool Cat (USA) – Sun Stud



Half-sister to three winners including Lil Piper, who has won again at Morphettville since the catalogue went to print. Dam is a half-sister to Group I winner Zabrasive and daughter of stakes-winner Danasia, from the family of Group I winner Cheeky Choice.

Lot 607 Colt Thronum x Francesca Bel, by Bel Esprit – Bucklee Farm


Third foal of a winning half-sister to stakes-placed Larson and Swining Babe, dam of stakes-placed Resistant. Bred on successful Snitzel x Bel Esprit nick that has produced Group III winners Swats That, Immortal Love and Sylvia’s Mother.

Lot 681 Colt Thronum x Probationary, by Northern Meteor – Flinders Park

Half-brother to promising winner Patrolling from a winning Northern Meteor mare from an international Black Type family featuring  multiple US Group I winner Marlin.

Lot 692 Filly Thronum x Role Reversal (GB), by Shamardal – Sun Stud

Third foal of a placed half-sister to Group III winner Signoff from a European Black Type family featuring Champion 3YO Stayer Rule of Law, winner of the Group I St Leger.

Lot 739 Colt Thronum x Vintage Quality, by Elusive Quality (USA) – Two Bays Farm

Half-brother to stakes-placed Lady Loire and another winner from an unraced half-sister to stakes-winner Vintner (dam of stakes-winner Fitou) and to the dam of Group III winner Cellarman and stakes-winner Cellargirl.

Lot 803 Colt Thronum x Dower (NZ), by Pins – Sun Stud

Half-brother to Group I placed stakes-winner Dowager Queen, the dam of stakes-placed Queen of Rocks, from stakes-placed Dower.


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