38 Winners in 30 Days

Tara Madgwick - Thursday November 30
38 winners in 30 days made November a month to remember for this red hot sire, who has 44 entries for Magic Millions and if you were having a guess, is not Snitzel!.

Yarraman Park's I Am Invincible has hit top gear in the last 30 days with eight winners alone last Saturday including the brilliant two year-old La Pomme de Pin, winner of the $200,000 Magic Millions Clockwise Classic.

Click here to see his November winners.

His tally for the month also includes new stakes-winners I'm Wesley and Yulong Xingsheng, while Invincible Star and Eckstein both finished close seconds in Group I races at Flemington over the carnival.

Another of his carnival stars, talented mare Viddora, was second, second and fourth in Group I sprints at her past three starts, before having November off and arrives in Perth fresh and ready to fire for the Group I WATC Winterbottom Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.

2017 has brought a new level of success on the track and in the salering for I Am Invincible , whose first foals conceived at a higher fee of $27,500 sold at sales earlier this year and are two year-olds this season.

So far that crop has produced two winners from just 12 runners and includes stakes-placed Fiesta, Oohood and Santos, with a flurry of impressive trial winners in recent weeks suggesting I Am Invincible is poised for another brilliant showing with his juveniles, who last season included Magic Millions 2YO Classic winner Houtzen.

I Am Invincible has a galaxy of stars on offer at the Gold Coast in 2018I Am Invincible had yearlings sell for $1.6 million, $1.5 million and $1.4 million in 2017 and his yearlings slated for sale in 2018 hold the promise of more big results.

This crop of yearlings were conceived at a $55,000 fee and on pedigree are a cut above what has gone before. Click here to see his Magic Millions draft.

They include: a half-brother to Golden Slipper winner and Champion 2 and 3YO Colt Sepoy; colt (first foal) of Group I MRC Thousand Guineas winner Commanding Jewel; three-quarter sister-in-blood to Group I winner Brazen Beau; half-sister to Group II winner and MM 2YO Classic winner Military Rose; a filly (first foal) of Group III winner Girl in Flight; a half-brother to Group III winner and MM 3YO Guineas winner Flying Jess from Maritess; a filly from Group I placed SW No Looking Back; a filly from Group III winner Octavia; a filyl from stakes-placed Red Dress Marley, a half-sister to Group I winner Snitzerland and Group III winner Sboog; a colt from SW Rich Megadale; a filly from Group I placed Sensibility; a colt from SW Tai Tai Tess; a colt (first foal) of Tracy's Image, a half-sister by Encosta de Lago to Australian Horse of the Year Typhoon Tracy; a full brother to Group I placed Hellbent; colt from SW Bippo No Bungus; colt from SW Brilliant Bisc; filly from SW Diamond Cove; half-brother to Group III winner Broadband; colt from SW Emmalene; half-sister to SW Harlem River; filly from SW Hussy by Choice; filly from SW If I Can I Can; and a filly from SW Devoirs.



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