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.
Friday night at Moonee Valley Lady Solly the 5yo O’lonhro mare took the LADBROKES 55 SECOND CHALLENGE HEAT 10. The win clocked up over $140,000 in winning for the horse.
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!