Premier Palentinos to Support Bushfire Victims
Media Release - Tuesday February 18

Sun Stud has announced that $1,000 for every Palentino yearling sold at the 2020 Inglis Melbourne Premier Sale will be donated to the bushfire appeal.

The Melbourne Premier – which will be staged at Oaklands Junction from 1-3 March – features 25 of the first crop yearlings by Sun Stud’s dual Group One winner.

“It’s incredible how the industry has rallied to support victims of those devastating bushfires and we were happy to do our bit by donating $1,000 for every Sun Bloodstock owned winner and $200 for every winner sired by a Sun Stud stallion throughout January,” Sun Stud’s managing director, Danielle Cheng, points out. “However, those affected by the bushfires will need support for many months and years to come.

“We’re hoping that the launch of the first Palentino yearlings will coincide with new beginnings for those who were hit hardest by the bushfires.”

* Sun Stud raised $13,200 in January with 2 winners by Sun Stud Bloodstock raced gallopers and 56 wins by Sun Stud based stallions.

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