Too Darn Hot (GB) x Tavispirit 22’ Filly

Shares are now available in this statuesque, energetic filly by ‘sire on fire’ Too Darn Hot out of Tavispirit, a mare hailing from New Zealand racing royalty who has blue blood flowing through her veins. This filly has a pedigree bulging with Group and black-type winners featuring some legendary names and will have you dreaming of winning the Thousand Guineas or the Oaks.

Blue Point x Delta Girl 22’ Colt

Shares are now available in this strong-looking colt with real swagger from the family of Group 1 and Everest-placed sprinter I Wish I Win, who has a pedigree overflowing with speed, two-year-old performers and Group winners, making him an ideal two-year-old proposition.

Tassort x Valuta 22’ Filly

Shares are now available in this powerful, compact filly by sire in demand Tassort out of Valuta, who hails from the family line of Black Caviar. She is a carbon copy of her sire in the looks department and has a pedigree dripping in speed and two-year-old performers and looks like a precocious type herself.

Ole Kirk x Areti 22’ Filly

Shares are now available in this stunning, classy chestnut filly with movie star looks from the first crop of dual Group 1-winning and multiple Group-placed sprinter-miler Ole Kirk from two-year-old winner Areti. She has a pedigree chock-full of European Group winners and place-getters and is one of the best types you will see.

Ole Kirk x October 22’ Colt

Shares are now available in this well-related, athletic, handsome colt by Ole Kirk from October, who was an absolute bargain from the Inglis Classic Sales. He has a pedigree brimming with legendary Group winners, two-year-old speed and versatility, with his family winning from 1000m to 2400m, and is one not to be missed.

North Pacific x Miss Stratophonic 22’ Colt

Shares are now available in this striking colt with smouldering good looks from the first crop of Group 3 winner North Pacific (by Brazen Beau) out of Miss Stratophonic (by Stratum), a mare with strong blueblood female lines littered with Australian Group-winning sprinter-milers.