Pyro - the first Sweet Lou to be offered at public auction

Pyro - the first Sweet Lou to be offered at public auction

The first progeny of champion racehorse Sweet Lou have been to the marketplace in North America and the response was staggering. At the Harrisburg sales, a weanling colt by Sweet Lou named Pyro fetched USD$80,000! Pyro a very athletic type was form the Somebeachsomewhere mare Whetstone Hanover.

The future is for ‘down under’ breeders, don’t hesitate to book to Sweet Lou whose progeny are strong, athletic and are very intelligent.

Bettor’s Delight’s newly crowned champion son Lazarus finished New Zealand Cup week in style with victory in the Woodlands Stud free for all at Addington. Forced to sit parked, he was too tough for his rivals in the Group One feature, he returned a New Zealand record for the 1950 metre trip, pacing a 1.52.4-mile rate and pacing a closing ½ in 55.7.

Pegasus Spur’s daughter Maori Time continued to dominant the Australian open trotting ranks with victory in the Group One Bill Collins mile at Melton. Leading all the way in the $50,000 feature, Maori Time now has $313,000 in the locker and she returned a 1.55.4-mile rate.

At the same race meeting, American Ideal’s millionaire son Bling It On was a winner of the Group 2 Smoken Up. With over $1.1 million on his card Bling It On paced 1.51.4 and now heads to the Interdominion in Perth. What a great week for the Woodlands Stallions!