Another Invincible Winner for Edmonds

Tara Madgwick - Wednesday March 20
He trained Houtzen to win a Magic Millions 2YO Classic, so you can see why Toby Edmonds loves an I Am Invincible and he unleashed a stylish debut winning two year-old by the super popular sire at Doomben on Wednesday.

Zac Attack as a yearlingZac Attack tracked the leader scored a half length win in the 1110 metre juvenile event, making it two juvenile winners in two days for her owners Yap Racing and Emmanuel Bloodstock who were successful on Tuesday with the Toby Edmonds trained Snitzel filly Virginia Dream.

A $320,000 Magic Millions purchase from the Mill Park draft for Blue Sky Bloodstock, Zac Attack was bred by Mill Park in partnership and is the first winner from stakes-winning Hussonet (USA) mare Hussy By choice, who comes from a hot and happening family.
Her dam Little Flower is a half-sister to Group I ATC Spring Champion Stakes winner Maid of Heaven and talented two yea-rold Castelvecchio, winner of the $2million Inglis Millennium.

Mill Park sold the current yearling from Hussy by Choice, a filly by Not a Single Doubt, for $725,000 to Graham and Linda Huddy's Peachester Lodge at the 2019 Magic Millions.

Hussy By Choice has a weanling filly by I Am Invincible to follow.

Zac Attack is the 14th Australian two year-old winner this season for I Am Invincible.

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