Larneuk bred horses have a big weekend ahead, 4 city starters including a Group 1 contender.
2 horses Lady Solly (O’Lonhro) 4 starts, 1 – 2 – 1 $34,550 Moonlover (Ilovethiscity) 36 starts, 9 – 8 – 4 $429,880 and Mamzelle Tess (O’Lonhro) 33 starts, 6 – 4 – 10 $302,430 will be going around at Flemington while El Dorado Dreaming (Ilovethiscity) 11 starts, 1 – 1 – 6 $875,155 will contest the Group 1 $600,000 Coolmore Classic in Sydney.
Larneuk breds have won 7 races and had 16 placings in Australia and Singapore over the last month, including a 3rd in the Surround Stakes, 1400m Group 1 , 3rd in the Cs Hayes Stakes, 1400m Group 3 and a 2nd in the Magic Millions Classic.
The farm continues to build on their reputation as a cost effective location to breed winning racehorses.
Born and bred in Euroa at the beautiful Larneuk Stud by Nev Murdoch – O'Tauto – terrific if those in the north-east and breeding businesses could get behind the Eurell 3yo & sling him a vote for the All Star Mile https://t.co/5999sPzOrw pic.twitter.com/Tjx7UQe69D— Racing Australia (@RacingBreeding) January 25, 2019
With the 2019 breeding season around the corner the impressive results from O’Lonhro and Cluster are sure to see an increased level of interest from Victorian breeders and those wish to participate in the rich rewards of the VOBIS program.
Cluster has established himself as one of the leading 1st season sires in Australia while the award winning O’Lonhro still represents incredible value considering his exceptionally high winners to runners ratio.
Larneuk has produced another round of exceptional yearlings well worth considering.— Knightsbridge (@KBloodstock) March 4, 2019
You will not find them at any of the sales they have all been retained on the farm and are available for viewing by appointment.
Larneuk was established in 1980. The 200 acre property has a 120 mega litre dam for irrigation and a permanent creek.
Larneuk is situated 15km south-west of Euroa in the heart of Victoria’s Thoroughbred country.
Larneuk has all the facilities required to cater for broodmares and the healthy development of the growing Thoroughbred.
Larneuk has a proven record of producing winners and it is where the passion for racing begins.
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