Larneuk Stallions now on Magic Millions Horseco Exchange
Larneuk Stallions are now available on Magic Millions Horseco Exchange joining some of Australia’s major Studs, Horseco Exchange makes it easy for mare owners to find suitable stallions, receive offers from farms and all in one easy step.
“we think having Larneuk on Magic Millions Horseco Exchange will give us a lot of exposure to new mare owners that we may not have reached in other ways” Neville Murdoch said.
As the first central platform that allows mare owners to submit their mares to multiple stallion farms, and multiple stallions, Horseco Exchange quickly changed the way farms and owners connected, negotiated and finalised stallion season contracts.
Horseco Exchange in now launched in Australia & New Zealand for the 2018 Season!
FREE for Mare Owners, place your mare to FIND THE BEST STALLION!
32 Mares have already requested a stallion nomination since the announcement!
— Horseco Exchange Australasia (@HorsecoExchange) June 22, 2018
” Magic Millions continue to deliver innovative ideas to the Australian market, Horseco Exchange is bound to be another success for them” Issaree Suwunnavid of Thai based Knightsbridge said.
Horseco Exchange is now open to mare owners in Australia for the 2018 Breeding Season.
With access to over 140 stallions located throughout the Australasian breeding market, it’s never been easier for mare owners in Australia and New Zealand to quickly find and negotiate the best mating possible for the current breeding season.
Best of all, Horseco Exchange is completely FREE to use for mare owners.
The last 12 months has seen the hard work done by Neville Murdoch deliver results for the farm, winners in 3 countries, Group wins in 2 countries.
Wolf Cry, Cluster, O’Lonhro and Honorius… four horses ideally suited to the VOBIS market, four horses priced to suit every breeder’s budget.
Earning the title of “Best Victorian Stallion Under $10,000,” O’Lonhro was recognised for the great job he has been doing for those in the owner/breeder market.
The stud’s stalwart O’Lonhro is, says Murdoch “vastly underrated,” serving only small books of mares in recent years but continuing to do the job – proving a reliable source of sound, tough winners who just keep improving as they mature.
Another winner for O'lonhro today making it a double for the weekend
— Knightsbridge (@KBloodstock) June 24, 2018
A record-breaking Gr.2 Chelmsford Stakes winning son of the mighty Lonhro from the family of I Am Invincible, O’Lonhro is the sire of the classy black type performers Mamzelle Tess and O’Lonera has been represented by recent smart winners Big Reel, Blue Valour, St Paul’s Bay, A Good Yarn, The Mood I’m In, Mr Bellagio and the Country Championship placegetter O’So Hazy.
O’Lonhro stands the 2018 season at $5,500 (incl gst).
The newest boy at Larneuk is the exciting Street Cry stallion Wolf Cry whose first foals are due this spring – and Murdoch is confident that the imposing entire will pass on his own “strength and good looks.”
A $320,000 Magic Millions yearling purchased by James Bester, the Group Two placed Wolf Cry won Australia’s richest maiden on Magic Millions Day and he has plenty of pedigree behind him being out of the Group Three placed Redoute’s Choice mare Starfish, daughter of high class sprinting mare Stella Cadente from the family of Group One winners Filante, Bint Marscay, Bollinger, Benicio and Kenny’s Best Pal.
Wolf Cry’s fee remains at $4,400 (incl gst).
Already proven in his ability to sire eye-catching progeny is Fastnet Rock’s Group Two Theo Marks Stakes winning son Cluster who is being prepared for his fourth season. His yearlings have been extremely well received, at the Gold Coast a filly fetching $72,000 and a colt $50,000 whilst in Tasmania a $45,000 filly was also popular.
Standing at $6,600 (incl gst) is a good-looking horse who has the strength of his sire and the class of Last Tycoon – that outstanding broodmare sire influence being the sire of Cluster’s fast stakes winning dam Tarcoola Diamond.
Making up the Larneuk roster is Gr.3 Craven Plate winner Honorius, two times Group One placed son of Holy Roman Emperor who has been doing such a good job around the world with his 72 stakes winners, eleven of whom are Group One winners.
A half-brother to South African star Igugu, the descendant of the champion Petite Etoile from the ever flourishing Mumtaz Mahal family served his first book last spring and will again stand at $5,500 (incl gst).
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