Lyndhurst Favourites and a Russian Revolution Colt

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Wednesday March 16

Lyndhurst Stud will present a big draft of 34 for the Magic Millions Gold Coast March Yearling Sale (March 21 and 22) next week with the farm’s resident sires Better Than Ready (13 entries) and Rothesay (10 entries) accounting for the bulk of the consignment and a colt by Russian Revolution sure to attract plenty of interest.

The Lyndhurst Stud flag has been flown with great success over the past 12 months by terrific stakes-winning filly Scorched Earth, who was bred and sold by the Kruger family fetching $90,000 at the Magic Millions in 2020.

Classy stakes-winning filly Scorched Earth was bred and sold by Lyndhurst Stud.

Trained by John Moloney, the daughter of Nicconi has won over $480,000 for her owners with four wins including a stakes victory, numerous stakes placings and the promise of more to come for this fleet footed filly.

The Lyndhurst sires Better than Ready and Rothesay are in their usual good form heading into the March sale.

Better Than Ready has sired more two year old winners than any other sire this season.

Once again, Better Than Ready is the leading sire of two year-old winners in the country with 10 on the board since August 1, which is two more than champion sires Snitzel and Zoustar!

A proven stakes sire that delivers winners every week, Rothesay is best known as the sire of Group I winning sprinter Rothfire and has his best crop of yearlings for some time being offered in 2022.


Click here to see the full draft and below are some selected highlights:

Lots 48 Filly Better than Ready x Elitist, by Stratum

 


From stakes-placed Elitist, who has had three foals to race all winners and comes from the family of Group III winner Mamzelle Perdu and stakes-winners Oamaru storm and Midnite Promise. Bred on similar Better Than Ready x Redoute’s Choice cross to stakes-winner The Odyssey.

Lot 70 Filly Better Than Ready x Flirtare, by Redoute’s Choice


Dam has had two foals to race and both are winners and she is an unraced three-quarter sister to dual Group I winning $4.5million earner Zipping and half-sister to stakes-winner Work the Room. Bred on similar Better Than Ready x Redoute’s Choice cross to stakes-winner The Odyssey.

Lot 115 Filly Better Than Ready x Hot Talk, by Sequalo
 


Second foal of a three-time winner by prolific Queensland sire of winners Sequalo from the family of Champion 3YO Silent Achiever. Better Than Ready has sired six winners from mares by Sequalo.

Lot 117 Colt Better Than Ready x I Am But Fool, by Monashee Mountain (USA)


Dam has had four foals to race and three are winners with two of them by Better Than Ready. Dam is a half-sister to stakes-winner Emmalene and to the dam of stakes-winner Uncommon James.

Lot 209 Filly Spirit of Boom x Monte Bella, by Bel Esprit


Dam has had four foals to race and all are winners, two of them by Spirit of Boom.  Dam is a Melbourne metro winner by Black Caviar’s sire Bel Esprit from an international Black Type family.

Lot 274 Colt Russian Revolution x Right of Way, by Denman

 



One of only two yearlings in the sale by leading first season sire Russian Revolution and is a three-quarter brother to Brisbane metro winner Pentito. Dam is a Sydney metro placed daughter of US stakes-placed import Street Sign (USA).

See the draft at Stable A 6 – 26, B 1- 13.



 

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