Sweet Lou’s debut crop in the Northern Hemisphere have provided many highlights during the season and at Pocono this weekend he has qualified four of his progeny into the rich Breeders Crown finals. Sweet Lou’s sons are headed by late season bloomer No Pas Amor who was a 1.50.6 winner in his division, he will be accompanied by Love Me Some Lou and Blood Money. His world record breaking daughter Warrawee Ubeaut has made the fillies final. American Ideal’s daughter St. Somewhere took her fillies Breeders Crown division at Pocono also. She paced 1.52.4 in her victory and is a live chance in the final!
Closer to home American Ideal had good winners in Aztec Bromac at Menangle, he now has over $320,000 in career earnings, at Cambridge he sired a double when Rain Man and Mrs Zippy greeted the judge and out west The Trilogy was a winner at Kellerberrin.
Bettor’s Delight has unearthed two very serious three-year-old sons on both sides of the ditch this week past. At Addington Ultimate Sniper put some serious rivals to the sword in his sire’s stakes victory, he ran home in 27.5 to win by very easily and at Melton, Demon Delight remains unbeaten after 3 starts, he romped to a 1.52.7 victory and looks the early season stand out amongst his peers. The Bettor’s Delight juggernaut was on show in New Zealand, with a quartet of winners at both Addington and Ashburton and he sired a treble at Forbury Park.