Breednet Track First Season Sires at the Trials

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday October 5

At this time of year there is great interest in the progeny of first season sires stepping out at the trials so Breednet are tracking them and producing a weekly report.

The report catalogues the performance of all progeny of first season sires up until they race offering a quick way to see anything of interest that may be in the pipeline.

These horses remain on the list up until they go to the races, so the list only features UNRACED two year-olds.

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First season sires with trial winners on the list this week are: Pariah, Spieth, Supido and The Mission.

Widden Stud's Supido is likely to have his first runner this Saturday at Ascot.

Some of the horses are entered to race - Ferrari Man (Menari), Mishani  Mistress (Kobayashi) and Kosta’s Crown (Supido), who has won both of his barrier trials in WA.

New to the list is Invader, who has had four triallers this week.

Click to read the full report.

 

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