Noogee Park Six to Satisfy

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Monday May 3

The Inglis Australian Weanling Sale at Riverside Stables on Thursday features a draft of six from Jilly Henderson’s Noogee Park, a quality Hunter Valley nursery renowned for producing the Champion Hong Kong Sprinter of 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 - Beat the Clock.

HK Champion Sprinter Beat the Clock was bred and sold by Jilly Henderson.

Bred and sold by Jilly Henderson, Beat the Clock is a four time Group I winner that captured the 2019 Hong Kong International Sprint among his 10 career wins making the son of Hinchinbrook the dominant HK sprinter of his time.

He's not the only Group I winner to emerge from the paddocks at Noogee Park with other success stories including Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign and her Group II Silver Slipper winning brother Time to Reign as well as Group I winner Samadoubt.

Noogee Park will offer the following six weanlings – four of them for Kate Nivison’s Etak Thoroughbreds - that are all BOBS eligible and available for inspection this week:

Lot 36 Colt Vancouver x Artwear, by Royal Academy (USA)
 

Lo36 - click to see his page.

 

Half-brother to two winners and by a leading second crop sire in Vancouver. Dam is a winning half-sister to Group I placed Essence from the family of Champion HK Miler and HK Horse of the Year Beauty Generation.

 

 

Lot 52 Colt Rubick x Buon Auspicio, by Bernardini (USA)

 

 

Lot 52 - click to see his page.

Half-brother to promising 3YO Divine Wit, who was third at his second start at Cranbourne last month. From metro winning half-sister to stakes-winner La Chasseuse from the family of Group III winner Cheverny and stakes-winners Vionnet, Fashion News and Academe.

Lot 142 Colt Nicconi x Lohan, by Choisir
 

Lot 142 - click to see his page.
Half-brother to two winners including Red Hussar, who was fourth in a Group II race in New Zealand after the catalgoue went to print and won again last Saturday. From stakes-placed Lohan and is by the sire of champion sprinter Nature Strip. 

Lot 171 Colt So You Think x Molly Rocks, by Rock of Gibraltar (IRE)
 

Lot 171 - click to see his page.
Half-brother to five winners from terrific producer Molly Rocks, a half-sister to Group winners Silverstream, Speedy Natalie and stakes-winner Calanda. By the great champion So You Think, who has had s stellar season on the track with his service fee raised for this season to $77,000.

Lot 196 Filly Divine Prophet x Princess Henrietta, by Henrythenavigator (USA)

Lot 196 - click to see her page.

From a winning half-sister to smart stakes-winner Jersey Lily, who was also second in the Group I ATC Coolmore Classic.  From a proven Black Type family featuring South African Group I winners Stellite and Zirconeum.

Lot 236 Colt All Too Hard x Snow Spell (GB), by Daylami
 

Lot 236 - click to see his page.

A rare grey by All Too Hard, who has sired three Group I winners this season – Forbidden Love, Behemoth and Wellington. Half-brother to a winner and dam is a half-sister to Group I winner Laverock and full sister to the dam of Champion 2YO and Champion Sire Pierro as well as Group II winner Ambience.


 

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