Mahalangur an exciting prospect
Waikato Stud graduate Mahalangur has continued his impressive march through the city grades in Sydney.
He won for the fourth time from 12 starts when a dominant last-start winner at Randwick at the weekend.
The four-year-old is trained by John, Michael and Wayne Hawkes for prominent owners Max Whitby and Neil Werrett.
Mahalangur was bought out of the Matamata farm’s 2016 Premier Sale draft for $200,000.
He is a son of O’Reilly and the Pivotal mare But Beautiful, who was successful three times up to 1600 metres in England.
She is a half-sister to the dual European stakes winner Ayrad and a well-performed European family.
It features the former champion sprinter Stravinsky, who was subsequently such an Australasian influence at stud.
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