Australian Bloodstock Win Wellington Boot

Tara Madgwick - Sunday April 5

The famed Australian Bloodstock colours are carried by a diverse range of horses that include Sydney Cup contender Raheen House, who won at Randwick on Saturday, as well as slick two year-old Zeftabrook, who took out the $200,000 Wellington Boot on Sunday.

The Kris Lees trained filly overcame an outside gate to travel just behind the leaders and was too strong in the run home to score a popular half length win as favourite.



Yet another fast two year-old by Hinchinbrook. Zeftabrook has had two wins and a placing from three starts earning over $165,000 in prizemoney.

Zeftabrook as a yearlingA $190,000 Magic Millions purchase from the Yarraman Park draft for Australian Bloodstock/Ronald Rauscher, Zeftabrook is a half-sister to Group I placed Denmagic and is the third winner from Magic Zefta, a half-sister to Group II winner Go the Knuckle.

The current yearling from Magic Zefta is a colt by Extreme Choice that made $210,000 at the Inglois Classic Yearling Sale for Bell River Thoroughbreds when bought by Ciaron Maher Racing / Astute Bloostock (FBAA).

Magic Zefta is now in foal to Yarraman Park’s young gun sire Hellbent.


 

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Race Result - Hermitage Hill Wellington Boot 1100m

Wellington Track: Heavy(8) Time: 1:08.86
1
Zeftabrook
T: K A Lees J: C Lever 55
2f Hinchinbrook (AUS) x Magic Zefta (AUS) (Viscount (AUS))
2
0.5
Girls Kick On
T: D Lane J: Ms J Taylor 55
2f Scissor Kick (AUS) x Placement (NZ) (Savabeel (AUS))
3
1.0
Lady Of Luxury
T: Bjorn Baker J: Ms W Costin 55
2f Criterion (NZ) x Miss Beauty World (AUS) (God's Own (AUS))
4
7.4
Pee Dee
T: P M Farrell J: G M Ryan 57
2g Outreach (AUS) x Hot'n'dreamin (AUS) (Nothin' Leica Dane (AUS))
5
10.5
Colonel
T: P & P Snowden J: A Layt 57
2c Snitzel (AUS) x Peron (AUS) (Husson (ARG))
6
11.6
Sing Ken Ken
T: T J Fahey J: K Dunbar 55
2f Bon Hoffa (AUS) x Rose Of Tara (AUS) (Song Of Tara (IRE))
7
12.0
Col's Law
T: R & L Price J: Brock Ryan 57
2g Salade (AUS) x Our Greta (AUS) (Rory's Jester (AUS))
8
14.1
Judicial Authority
T: Bryan Dixon J: Clayton Gallagher 57
2g Shooting To Win (AUS) x Vitrum (NZ) (Van Nistelrooy (USA))
9
15.5
Chuisle
T: D Wagstaff J: A Banks 55
2f Super One (AUS) x Bulladini (AUS) (Bernardini (USA))
Inglis Classic Yearling Sale $12,000
V:Fairhill Farm, Mulbring
B: T Bateup
10
18.5
Charming Pat
T: T G Sutherland J: Wendy Peel 57
2g Charm Spirit (IRE) x Rosa's Spur (AUS) (Flying Spur (AUS))
11
23.5
Mortal Engine
T: T G Sutherland J: M A Cahill 57
2c Unencumbered (AUS) x Malbun (AUS) (Commands (AUS))
Inglis Classic Yearling Sale - Highway Session $85,000
V:Murrulla Stud, Wingen
B: Wattle Bloodstock
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