New Wave of Mishani Babies Trial at Deagon

Tara Madgwick - Wednesday August 9

Two heats for juveniles at Deagon on Tuesday morning were filled with the latest batch of Mishani bred babies trained by Les Ross with heat winners sired by Kobayashi and Telemon Thoroughbreds first season sire Sun City.

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A fast precocious Group III winning juvenile by Zoustar, Sun City had three Mishani bred youngsters trial including the filly Mishani Suspect, who won her 650m heat.

He has around 30 first crop two year-olds and stands at a fee of $4,400 this spring.

Sun City stands at Telemon Thoroughbreds, click for a Hypo mating.

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