Sacred Falls makes his presence felt at Magics
WS have been delighted with the rousing reception of a pair of Sacred Falls youngsters received in Australia.
Through Sledmere Stud’s draft, Waikato Stud offered two home-breds by multiple Group One winner Sacred Falls during the Magic Millions Sale on the Gold Coast this week.
First through the ring was a colt who was knocked down for A$140,000 to the joint bid of Cumani Racing, AUS and Boomer Bloodstock International. He is out of Miss Caruso, a Pins mare who won five races.
Her only foal to race is Slam Bam, a daughter of the late O’Reilly who has won twice. They are from the family of the home-bred Kinjite (Centaine), who was successful three times at Group One level.
WS’s Sacred Falls filly caught the eye of leading trainer Phillip Stokes Racing, who went to A$120,000 to secure her. She is a half-sister to two winners, their mother being the Savabeel mare Promenade with the dual Group One winner Legs (Pins) a highlight on the pedigree page.
WS will be offering 21 yearlings by the hugely popular Sacred Falls during the Book 1 Sale that opens at Karaka later this month.
A huge thank you to those who supported us and shopped from the WS offerings.
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