Leading Glenlogan Park stallion Jet Spur continued his impressive run of form when two of his progeny won juvenile races in Queensland today.
And both wins provided timely boosts for their yearling relations heading to April’s Magic Millions QTIS 600 Yearling Sale.
Kahui led the way when he led home a Magic Millions trifecta result in the Fox Hotel 2YO Handicap (1300m) at Eagle Farm.
Trained by master horseman Pat Duff, Kahui sat just behind the leaders before grounding down Miss Leibert in the straight for a well deserved success.
The Jet Spur filly had run second at her two previous outings and had already earned her connections $52,500.
With a win and QTIS bonus added to her record her earnings have swept to $94,500.
Kahui, who is from the unraced Carnegie mare Tessa Bianca, was purchased by Duff for $54,000 from the draft of Glenlogan Park at last year’s Magic Millions QTIS 600 Yearling Sale at the Gold Coast.
Her yearling half brother by Ringa Ringa Rosie’s sire Bradbury’s Luck is catalogued as Lot 496 for Clear Summer Lodge at April’s QTIS 600 Yearling Sale.
Meanwhile, the Jet Spur juvenile streak continued shortly after at the Gold Coast when the Paul Nolan trained Tragedy scored impressively on debut over 900 metres.
A $16,000 purchase from the draft of Moranjee Stud at last year’s Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale, Tragedy was given a strong chance following a trial win at his hometrack of Toowoomba on February 15.
Tragedy is the first winner for his dam, the winning Octagonal mare Kylie Girl – she being a half sister to the Black Opal Stakes winner Fraud.
A full sister to Tragedy is being prepared by the team from Moranjee Stud for April’s QTIS 600 Yearling Sale at the Gold Coast.
Jet Spur, a former outstanding sprinting son of Flying Spur, has made his mark since retiring to Glenlogan Park Stud.
On Wednesday Jet Spur was represented by the impressive debut winner and Magic Millions Yearling Sale graduate Tabassi.
The leading young stallion has 41 youngsters catalogued for April’s QTIS 600 Yearling Sale.
PICS – Dan Costello.