First Foal for Hellbent

Tara Madgwick - Thursday July 25
The breeding season is underway in the Hunter Valley with Segenhoe Stud releasing a gorgeous picture of the first foal for Yarraman Park's Group I winning I Am Invincible son Hellbent.




Co-bred by Noorilim Park, the colt is the fourth foal of stakes-winning Fastnet Rock mare Anatina, who was also second in the Group I ATC The Galaxy.

Hellbent covered 182 mares in his first season last spring and stands at Yarraman at a fee of $27,500.




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