Larneuk Have 2 Group Runners at Flemington Saturday
Larneuk is continuing a run of success at Group level in Australia and this weekend there are 2 Larneuk bred runners in one of the biggest racing days of the year.
El Dorado Dreaming (Ilovethiscity) already a Group 1 winner in the Sires Produce is well in the betting for the $300,000 Group 2 Mumm Wakeful Stakes for Three-Years-Old, Fillies.
Mamzelle Tess (O’lonhro) a multiple Group placed mare steps out in the $500,000 Group 1 Empire Rose Stakes for Three-Years-Old, Fillies.
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, 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.
Larneuk is focused on giving every horse raised on the farm the best possible chance in the future. Under the expert horsemanship of Neville Murdoch the farm has been producing some quality horses.
Last weekend on Cox Plate day the Larneuk bred horses performed well.
Mamzelle Tess ran a respectable second in the Group 3, already placed in multiple Group races this mare has been knocking on the door and it can not be far away from breaking through with a Group victory.
El Dorado Dreaming already a Group 1 winner and Group placed Larneuk raised EL Dorado Dreaming finished 3rd in the Group 2 Aquis Farm Fillies Classic, there is little doubt this horse will go on to more Group success in Australia.
2018 has proven the value Larneuk offers with success at Group level and featuring in the inaugural $1.3m KOSCIUSZKO at Randwick on Everest Day, as well as big wins in South Africa and Singapore, the farm continues to produce winners around the country week after week.