One to Watch – Kembla

Tara Madgwick - Thursday July 25
Golden Slipper winning sire Sepoy has delivered his second blue-blooded two year-old winner this week for Godolphin at Kembla on Thursday.

SepoyEarlier this week Group I winner Earthquake’s little half-brother Pandemic opened his account andyou can read about him here.

The James Cummings trained Subedar was favourite for the 1300 metre maiden and duly opened his account with a half length win.

Subedar is the fourth winner from four foals to race from Anabaa’s dual Group I winning daughter Virage de Fortune, who was bought by Darley for $3.4 million at the 2007 Inglis Easter Broodmare Sale.

A grand-daughter of the legendary mare Emancipation, Virage de Fortune is yet to produce a Black Type horse, but does have more to come in the pipeline with a rising two year-old by Exceed and Excel called Reverse and she is in foal to Darley’s Group I winner Holler.

Subedar’s sire Sepoy stands at Darley Victoria this spring at a fee of $11,000.

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