New Stakes-Winner Love Conquers All

Tara Madgwick - Monday April 22
Sun Stud sires Magnus and Love Conquers All had stakes success on Saturday with Streets of Avalon winning the Group III MRC Victoria Handicap at Caulfield, while Mr Marbellouz won the Listed BRC Ascot Handicap at Doomben.

Read about Magnus's Streets of Avalon here.

Love Conquers AllA very heavy track at Doomben proved no hurdle for the Kevin Kemp trained Mr Marbellouz, who missed the start, but was still too good in posting a short half head win in the 1200 metre sprint.

The five year-old gelding has an impressive record with eight wins from 15 starts and nearly $300,000 in prizemoney.

Retained to race by his breeders Phillipa and William Kingswell, Mr Marbellouz is the best of three winners from Red Ransom (USA) mar Marbled, who comes from the family of Golden Slipper winner Polar Success.

Marbled produced another colt by Love Conquers All last spring.

Mr Marbellouz is the third stakes-winner for Love Conquers All joining Savanna Amour and I'm a Rippa.

An outcross sire by the now retired Mossman, Love Conquers All has 54.2% winners to runners and is a proven option for those seeking an affordable Danehill free option.


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