Continued Success for Larneuk and O’Lonhro
It was another big weekend for Larneuk and O’Lonhro with a city winner in Brisbane and a Group 2 placing in Melbourne and O’So Hazy steps out next week in the $1.3 million Kosciuszko!
Mr Bellagio (AUS) 2013 16 starts, 4 – 3 – 4 $93,300 took the 4th race at Doomben, Mr Bellagio is a 5 year old gelding by O’Lonhro out of the Viscount mare, Aprisa. He has had 16 starts for 4 wins with the latest start being yesterday when 1st at Doomben on October 6, 2018 in the Trevor & Trudy Plate (C3) over 1350 metres.
Success for Victorian breeder @kedarona Narelle Bravington with MR BELLAGIO, a member of its 2015 @inglis_sales Premier Sale draft winning well at @DoombenRacing yesterday for trainer Liam Birchley. He is a son of @StudLarneuk sire O'LONHRO
— TBV (@vicbreeders) October 7, 2018
Mamzelle Tess (AUS) 2012 Career: 31 starts, 6 – 3 – 10 $269,430, Mamzelle Tess is a 6 year old mare by O’Lonhro out of the Sarason mare, Phoenix Crown. She has had 31 starts for 6 wins with the latest start being yesterday when 3rd at Flemington on October 6, 2018 in the Blazer Stakes over 1400 metres. Mamzelle Tess has been stakes placed. Mamzelle Tess has been placed in a Group 2 and a Group 3 this year.
Great performance by Mamzelle Tess (O'lonhro) in the Blazer Stakes at Flemington to finish 3rd it pays #larneukbred
O’ So Hazy (AUS) 2013 Career: 15 starts, 5 – 3 – 3 $208,520 O’ So Hazy is a 5 year old mare by O’Lonhro out of the Rock Of Gibraltar mare, Yes Vaigly. She has had 15 starts for 5 wins.
Great to see the Larneuk homebred & Scott Spackman trained mare O' SO HAZY has secured a slot in the $1.3 million Kosciuszko! The 5YO mare is a daughter of resident sire O'LONHRO pic.twitter.com/4cUwgUyv92
— TBV (@vicbreeders) September 19, 2018
O’Lonhro has been consistently producing winners around Australia and it is no surprise he won the Best Sire in Victoria under $10,000 award.
O’Lonhro has gotten off to a good start at stud with his first few crops producing Mamzelle Tess, the winner of six and Group placed in May, stakes placed O’Lonera – also a 6-time winner with over half a million in the bank – O’Lonh Star (6 wins), Big Reel (6 wins), O’ So Hazy (5 wins). All up … nearly 70 winners of circa $4 million. That’s pedigree and performance AND excellent value with his fee just $5,500 inc. GST.
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