Larneuk bred horses have been proving their worth over during 2020 and 2021 has started in style for farm located in Victoria’s Gooram Valley.
Rocket Tiger set of a great deal of speculation after putting together 2 wins from 2 starts including a dominant win at Randwick that has generated a lot of talk about his Golden Slipper hopes.
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O’lonhro has previously been recognized as the leading Sire in Victoria under $10,000.
“Ever since I was a little kid, this is all I’ve ever wanted to do was win a city race and tonight’s the night.”— Racing.com (@Racing) January 15, 2021
Congratulations to @ajchambers25 for scoring his first city winner with Lady Solly. 👏🏻@TheValley @Country_Racing pic.twitter.com/Q6Fe0bkwRt
O’lonhro has produced many winners from a relatively small amount of progeny including the Group 2 winning Mamzelle Tess.
There’s a very good reason why Lonhro has over a dozen sons standing at stud. They work! O’Lonhro is working too and little wonder. A cracking individual who is renowned for throwing them to type, O’Lonhro was unbeaten in his two starts as a 3YO before capping his career at four with a victory in the time honoured Group Two Chelmsford Stakes (emulating his sire and beating home Group One Doncaster Handicap winner, Triple Honour), along with a second in the Group Two Warwick Stakes.
It’s a pretty good family as well … mum, Mamzelle Pedrille, was a Group Two winner in Sydney and is up close and personal with both Group One winner Diamond Drille and, wait for it, I Am Invincible (32 stakes winners). In this industry, it’s not always about what you know, but who your stallion is related to!