Sacred Falls filly kick-starts top day

All Hallows’ Eve has significantly boosted her future broodmare value with victory in this afternoon’s G3 JHB Carr S. at Randwick.

The daughter of Sacred Falls was bred by Waikato Stud and Rosemont Stud and they race the Sacred Falls filly who produced a stirring finish in the straight to open her black-type account.

She kicked off a red-letter day for the farm, who also bred and sold Listed Warstep S. winner Atishu for $260,000 at Karaka and co-bred Caulfield winner Blue Ocean with O’Shea’s wife Isabelle. He was sold as a weanling for $22,000.

All Hallows’ Eve was coming off a sixth placing in the G3 PJ Bell S. and showed encouraging improvement to round off strongly from back in the field to post her third career victory and a significant one to boost her value at the end of her racing days.

She is a sister to stablemate and G3 Tibbie S. winner All Saints’ Eve and a half-sister to the G1 New Zealand 1000 Guineas winner Hasahalo.

Their dam Halloween is from the family of Savabeel’s Group-winning brothers Savvy Nature and Addictive Nature.

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