Victorian Sires: O’Lonhro Producing Some Exciting Horses
Earning the title of “Best Victorian Stallion Under $10,000,” in 2017 O’Lonhro was recognized for the great job he has been doing for those in the owner/breeder market.
This year he has continued to produce some very exciting horses, An imposing near black stallion built very much in the mould of his eleven times Group One winning sire (sire of 68 stakes winners), O’Lonhro won the Gr.2 Chelmsford Stakes (a race also won by Lonhro on two occasions) in record time.
He has been siring winners out of a wide range of mares and has been represented by winners in across the spectrum from stayers to sprinters.
Nan’s Lonhro demolished the opposition at his first trial and was a very unlucky second at his debut today, there is plenty more to come for this horse.
O’So Hazy a sprinting mare that ran 3rd in the Country Championships and is already fancied as a chance in The Kosciuszko – the $1.3million sprint race exclusively for NSW country-trained horses. This talented mare has over $200,000 in winnings to her name.
O’Lonera is establishing himself as a stayer of some ability having already put together over $500,000 in winnings and having won multiple metropolitan races in Victoria.
Mamzelle Tess this mare is a metropolitan winning sprinter having put together over $220,000 in winnings, she was a strong 3rd in the PROUD MISS Group 3.
For breeders looking for a little piece of the Lonhro magic, O’Lonhro is affordable at a fee of $5,500 and is completely free of Danehill blood.
Coming as he does from the family of red hot Hunter Valley sire sensation I Am Invincible, O’Lonhro has the pedigree to please the owner breeder looking to access the best bloodlines close to home and within budget.
For further information on O’Lonhro who stands alongside Cluster, Honorius and Wolf Cry contact Neville Murdoch on 0418 105 706 www.larneuk.com
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