WS stallion’s hot roll continues
Ocean Park’s winning onslaught continued today in Australia today when the Waikato Stud resident sired another winning double.
Kolding was successful at Randwick while Fabric struck at Flemington to take the stallion’s tally to nine winners in eight days.
Trained by Chris Waller, the progressive Kolding has now won his last three in succession and looks destined for a higher grade.
He was a $170,000 Karaka graduate and is a half-brother to the Gr.2 Awapuni Gold Cup winner Sampson.
It is also the family of the dual Group Two Australian winner Make Mine Magic.
Part-owned by Mark Chittick, Fabric is trained by Danny O’Brien and has the pedigree to strongly suggest she can also make her mark in stronger company.
The filly is out of the Pins mare Haberdashery and a half-sister to the stakes winner Sewreel.
The dam is a half-sister to the Gr.1 Queensland Derby winner Lachlan River.
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