Gold Front Thoroughbreds goes into the Perth Magic Millions following the sale of six-figure fillies by Russian Revolution and Vancouver on the Gold Coast last week.
The Russian Revolution – Belle d’Amour filly (Lot 791) made $120,000 to the bid of Bennett Racing and the Vancouver – Elite Rock filly (Lot 6) was knocked down for $100,000 to Lindsay Park Racing
They were offered as agent through Hunter Valley-based Cannon Hayes Stud which is operated by David Morrissey. Gold Front’s Alan & Sue Olive board their star mare Awesome Planet (Giant’s Causeway) at Cannon Hayes and she has a colt on the ground by Exceedance.
Perth breeders Mark and Patricia Chadwick also sold a Russian Revolution – Fully Chargeable filly (Lot 67) through Telemon Thoroughbreds to Triple Crown Syndications for $155,000. “She’s a gorgeous filly,” Telemon’s Dan Fletcher said. “We’re delighted she has gone into a great system and will get every chance. So much looking forward to watching her career.”
Yarraman Stud sold a Zoustar colt (Lot 832) for $350,000 on behalf of Graham Daws and colts by Trapeze Artist (Lot 385) and Hellbent (901) in association with Keith Biggs. Millfields Park bought the Trapeze Artist for $160,000 and Darby Racing the Hellbent for $170,000
WA buyers included Grant & Alana Williams who purchased a So You Think – Oxford Angel filly (Lot 348) for $140,000 in association with agent Suman Hedge.
Peter Morley (Belhus Racing) and Santo Guagliardo (Ridgeport Holdings) weighed in with $100,000 each for fillies by Deep Field (Lot 166) and Pierro (Lot 557). The Belhus filly will be trained by John Price at Cranbourne and the Ridgeport filly will be a stablemate of Guagliardo’s recent Morphettville winner Out Of Aflica with Will Clarken.