Three Bridges Thoroughbreds foundation sire Stryker continued his strong start to the month of March when posting his fifth winner in eight days when Greviste cast off maiden status at Ballarat on Wednesday.
Official Australian Studbook statistics detailing the most popular sires of 2016 show Unencumbered as one of the most popular sires in Victoria last year.
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds enjoyed much success at the 2017 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale last week selling 17 yearlings across both Sessions for $1,517,500 and our young gun sire Unencumbered also made his mark with stock selling for up to $150,000.
It was a big payday for the Darren Weir-trained Stryker gelding Perpetual Crisis at Flemington on Saturday when he powered home to win the $250,000 Inglis Dash over 1100 metres.
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds young gun Unencumbered made a pleasing debut at the 2017 Magic Millions Yearling Sale where his offspring sold for up to $120,000.
Scoring a tenacious debut win at Ipswich on Saturday was two year-old Stryker filly Pinstryke, who provided a nice pedigree update for her yearling half-sister by Unencumbered headed for the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale.
Opening his account with a resounding five and a quarter length win at Vaal in South Africa on Thursday was three year-old gelding Unrehearsed.
No first season sire with progeny on offer at the 2017 Magic Millions Yearling Sale has Magic Millions credentials quite like Unencumbered.
Beating older horses at Ascot on Wednesday was progressive three year-old Stryker filly Persian Princess, a $24,000 Inglis Select Weanling purchase from the Three Bridges draft for John Chalmers Bloodstock.
The 2017 Magic Millions Yearling Sale at the Gold Coast from January 11 to 15 is now online and Three Bridges will be heading north with a stunning draft of nine youngsters, four by our exciting young sire Unencumbered.