All shares have gone in this exciting filly.
She’s working well at Caulfield.
Anthony Cummings says she is tough, has a very long stride and is an ideal Oaks filly.
Needless to say we have high hopes for her this spring.
More to come from Shergar Thoroughbreds.
I’ve bought a share in a horse!
Let me introduce her.
She’s a loose walking Kiwi staying filly with all the credentials of a VRC Oaks filly. Go you good thing!
She’s by tough New Zealand sire Golan who’s best son to date is 2007 VRC Derby winner Kibbutz. And her dam, Rose Chapel, has produced a number of Group winners.
David Hayes is going to train her at Lindsay Park’s Euroa property. David says she’ll run as a two year old for education, take a break then attack the spring next year.
In the next few weeks we’ll name her.
Filly Brochure Golan x Rose Chapel-1.pdf