Barbaric Available for Inspection at Gold Coast MM March

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Lyndhurst Stud are excited to add brilliant Group winning juvenile Barbaric to their roster for 2022 and the good looking son of champion sire I Am Invincible will be available for inspection at the Magic Millions March Yearling Sale at the Gold Coast right up until the sale begins on March 21.

Barbaric is an exciting new addition at Lyndhurst Stud.

“He has let down into a really nice horse, so much so that you’d swear he went to stud last year, but we encourage breeders to come along and see for themselves,” said Lyndhurst Stud’s Jeff Kruger.

“We are Located in Block A and are happy to parade him at any time in the lead up days to the sale or can make him available for private inspection.”

Barbaric is no stranger to the Magic Millions sales complex having been purchased for $900,000 as a yearling from the Segenhoe draft in 2019 by China Horse Club/Newgate Bstock/WinStar Farm and will stand at Lyndhurst Stud in association with Newgate.


“I strongly believe Barbaric was the standout yearling at the Magic Millions Yearling Sale of his year,” said Newgate’s Managing Director Henry Field.

“In fact we had never paid more for a yearling since starting our colts partnership. He was a horse with really good talent that we didn’t get to see the best of.

“He will certainly get his opportunity at stud being managed by the Kruger family who have launched so many excellent sires in Queensland during its long history.”




Barbaric was a G3 winning juvenile.

Barbaric retired lightly raced with two wins from five starts highlighted by his Group III victory in the Canberra Black Opal Stakes at two and has an impressive female pedigree that is a work in progress.

Barbaric is the best of five winners from Group II winning $1.1million earner Mimi Lebrock, who won the Magic Millions 2YO Classic and was also third in the Group I VRC Emirates Stakes and Myer Classic.

He is a half-sister to Group III placed mare Diddles, who sold for $1million at the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale and is also closely related to stakes-winning mare Shoko (a half-sister to Mimi Lebrock), who also sold for $1million last year at the Inglis Chairman’s Sale.

Diddles and Shoko were both covered last year by Barbaric’s sire I Am Invincible, so it’s not hard to see this pedigree improving sharply in the near future.

Completely free of Danehill blood, Barbaric has a pedigree instantly familiar to Queensland breeders with his first two dams by Show a Heart and St Covet and will be well suited to a wide variety of mares.

Barbaric will join Better Than Ready and Rothesay this spring at a fee of $8,800 with Lyndhurst offering a great incentive for savvy broodmare owners.

“If you breed to Barbaric twice in the first two years (at full board odds), you get a breeding right for life!” added Kruger.

Contact Jeff Kruger to arrange an inspection on 0429 076 610


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