Pedigree coming through in style
Grand Bouquet is continuing to race up to her impressive pedigree and black -type beckons the Kris Lees-trained filly.
The Waikato Stud graduate has won three of her last four starts and the last two on the bounce at the Gold Coast.
She has also displayed her versatility, being successful on a heavy track before her most recent win on top of the ground.
Grand Bouquet is a daughter of Savabeel and the three-time Group One-winner Daffodil.
She is also the dam of the stakes performer Snowdrop and the family of the Group Two winner and Group One performer Believe Yourself.
Grand Bouquet is the only foal of Daffodil to be offered at auction and with her background, she was understandably well sought after.
It was the China Horse Club who came out on top at Karaka in 2017, going to $600,000 to purchase her.
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