First Trial Winner for Pariah

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday September 7

Arrowfield Stud’s young Redoute’s Choice sire Pariah had his first barrier trial winner at Deagon on Tuesday morning when the Natalie McCall trained colt Berava led all the way to win.

He mustered speed quickly from the gates and scored by a little over a length running slightly slower time than the next heat won by Mishani Sunshine, a daughter of another first season sire in The Mission.

 

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Berava was an $80,000 Magic Millions purchase from the Willow Park draft for his trainer and is a half-brother to Sydney metro winning juvenile Hinchbeast and another winner being from Shamrock Slipper, a winning half-sister by Jet Spur to stakes-winner Interspersed.

Berava was an $80,000 Magic Millions purchase from the Willow Park draft.


A Group III winning son of Redoute’s Choice, Pariah stands at Arrowfield Stud at a fee of $16,500.

 

 

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