Bred and sold by Three Bridges, royally bred two year-old Snitzel colt Epic Moment was an impressive winner at Cranbourne on Friday.
The juvenile maiden at Pakenham on Thursday was won by improving Stryker filly Bay Harmony, a $5,000 Inglis Great Southern Weanling Sale purchase for Sportsarena Thoroughbreds from the draft of Three Bridges Thoroughbreds.
All roads now lead to the Gold Coast with the 2016 Magic Millions National Weanling Sale to kick off on Sunday May 29 and leading Victorian vendors Three Bridges Thoroughbreds excited to showcase the first weanlings by our Magic Millions 2YO Classic winner Unencumbered.
Foaled and raised in the care of Peter Liston and his family at Three Bridges Thoroughbreds for her breeder Peter Katelanis of Medallion Thoroughbreds, progressive Redoute’s Choice mare Into the Mist scored a valuable win in the Group II SAJC Queen of the South Stakes at Morphettville last Saturday.
Posting his sixth consecutive win at Flemington on Saturday was lightly raced Sebring stallion Supido, a $190,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Three Bridges Thoroughbreds draft.
Australian bred three year-old New Predator scored his first Black Type success when taking out the Group II Drill Hall Stakes at Greyville in South Africa on Friday providing a great result for Three Bridges Thoroughbreds, who now own his dam and will sell his half-sister at the MM National Weanling Sale.
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds are pleased to announce that service fees on promising young sires Stryker and Unencumbered will remain as they were in 2015 representing great value in a competitive marketplace.
Posting his fifth consecutive win at Flemington on ANZAC Day was lightly raced Sebring stallion Supido, a $190,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Three Bridges Thoroughbreds draft.
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds provided the top lot at the 2016 Inglis VOBIS Gold Yearling Sale this week with our stunning colt by Stryker from Actrice that fetched $85,000.
Our promising young sire Stryker featured with an interesting winner at Newcastle on Saturday with Sky Racing presenter Caroline Searcy tasting her first success as an owner/breeder.