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Mighty Conqueror's stunning boost to sale

02:00 PM 16 Mar 2020 NZDT
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Mighty Conqueror has provided a massive boost to next Sunday’s Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale with a thrilling win in the $450,000 WA Pacing Cup at Gloucester Park in January.
 
The New Zealand bred Mighty Conqueror is now the winner of $485,838 and his gave his Bathurst sale bound close relative, a Shoobees Place filly (Lot 58), a perfectly timed pedigree update.
 
Hows The Memory, a winner of the Group 2 $50,000 Sibelia Stakes in 1:51.2, and recent Cranbourne winners Sahara Sirocco and Sahara Tiger are closely related to Lot 81, a Roll With Joe colt out of the smart racemare Macrandra.
 
Hurricane Harley, winner of the Group 2 $50,000 Paleface Adios Stakes at Menangle, is out of a daughter of Lot 70, the Well Said-Lindsey Leigh USA filly, while this season’s Victorian cups king Phoenix Prince belongs to the immediate family of Lot 82.
 
Half-brothers to a number of sale entries have been successful in NSW and Victoria recently.
 
Call Me Hector, a winner at Melton in 1:55.2, has a sibling as Lot 3; Rizardo, a double winner at Newcastle, is a half-brother to Lot 92; Illawong Mustang, who won at Ballarat in 1:56.8 and Cranbourne, is a half-brother to Loy 87; the Temora victor Our Sams Home has a half- brother in Lot 35; and the NSW provincial winners King Fisher, Lutzys Dream and A True Sensation are all half-brothers to Lot 68.
 
Pedigrees for all yearlings can be viewed online at www.graemeboard.com Click on 2020 Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale
 
For a hard copy of the catalogue or further information phone Graeme Board on 0408 636 273 or email gboard@bobberry.com.au or the Bathurst Harness Racing Club.
 
 

by Peter Wharton

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