Valiant Stud Inglis Easter Five

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Wednesday April 1

Fergal Connolly’s Valiant Stud will offer five stunning Inglis Easter yearlings - including a colt with a Golden Slipper pedigree - on behalf of clients and they are available for inspections right up to sale day at Valiant Stud on Rouchel Rd, Aberdeen.

Contact Fergal 0428783717 to make an appointment and see the draft below.

Lot 51 Colt Written Tycoon x Magic Obsession, by Magic Albert

First foal of a half-sister to Group III winner Red Excitement and is closely related to Golden Slipper winner Capitalist, who is also by this colt’s sire Written Tycoon. There is a real Golden Slipper flavour to the pedigree as third dam Compulsion is a Group III winning full sister to Golden Slipper winner Merlene and fourth dam Bold Promise is by Golden Slipper winner Luskin Star.

Lot 128 Filly Vancouver x Parker’s Piece (NZ), by Northern Meteor

First foal of winning half-sister to Group III winner Petty Cury and stakes-winner Rio Fortune. From the second crop of Golden Slipper winner Vancouver, whose first crop includes stakes horses Canadian Spice, Postcode and Ticket to Ride..

Lot 175 Colt Into Mischief x Russian Moon (USA), by Malibu Moon

Three-quarter brother-in-blood to US Group III winner and promising young sire Can the Man. Second foal of an unraced grand-daughter of Kentucky Oaks winner and blue hen Blush with Pride, grand-dam of Champion 3YO Filly Rags to Riches.

Lot 222 Filly I Am Invincible x Spirit Mania, by Lucky Owners

Second foal of a winning sister to Group II winner Alpha Miss. Her full sister Soul Obsession was fourth in the Magic Millions Clockwise Classic on debut last year at her only start so far and won a recent Flemington jumpout for the Anthony Freedman stable.

Lot 249 Filly Vancouver x Toyshop, by More Than Ready (USA)

First foal of a winning three-quarter sister-in-blood to champion mare More Joyous from the Joie Denise family that has also produced Group I winners Sunday Joy, Tuesday Joy and Fenway.


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