Two Winners for Who’s There

Tara Madgwick - Friday February 22
Bileena Stud will offer a yearling from good producer Who's There at the 2019 Magic Millions Gold Coast March Yearling Sale that had important updates from Canberra on Friday with not one but two of his siblings saluting.

Flying Yankee as a yearlingThree year-old All American gelding Flying Yankee made a winning debut for the Matthew Dale stable, scoring a dominant three length win in the 1000 metre maiden as a short priced favourite.

A $10,000 Magic Millions Gold Coast March Yearling Sale purchase from the Bileena Stud draft for Flying Start Syndications, Flying Yankee looks capable of winning plenty more races!

Four races later and four year-old Star Witness mare Who's Knocking won her sixth race from 12 starts when posting a short neck win in the open handicap taking her prizemoney total in excess of $130,000.

Who's There has had three winners from four foals to race and her current yearling is a colt by Nicconi that will be offered as Lot 145 at the 2019 Magic Millions Gold Coast March Yearling Sale.

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