Daily Debutants

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday February 12
The list for Daily Debutants on Tuesday includes the full brother to an Australian Horse of the Year.

Regal Stage was the second highest priced yearling at 2016 Inglis EasterIt’s been a long time coming but at last the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott stable will take the wraps off four year-old Redoute’s Choice stallion Regal Stage, a full brother to $4million earner and champion sprinter Lankan Rupee.

He has accepted for race seven at Gosford, a 1200 metre maiden and is favourite following a recent trial win on January 24.

Regal Stage was a $1.8 million Inglis Easter purchase from the Coolmore draft for Gai Waterhouse Racing / J Blaxland / Nordic Racing & Breeding and is from Group III winner Estelle Collection, who was bought by Coolmore for $1.4 million at the 2014 Teeley Assets Dispersal at Magic Millions.

Coolmore retained the current two year-old filly by Fastnet Rock from Estelle Collection and Art Collection has already gained Black Type with a placing last spring in the Group III VRC Maribyrnong Plate and the yearling colt from Estelle Collection by Fastnet Rock is entered for Inglis Easter as Lot 446.

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