Woodlands Stud was proud to prepare and sell the ‘top lot’ at the 2018 Australasian Classic Yearling Sale at Karaka. Lot 157 was a son of champion stallion Bettor’s Delight out of Linda Grace. Prominent Australian owner Jean Feiss went to $230,000 for this stunning colt, he will join ‘The All Stars’ team.
Bettor’s Delight enjoyed a top day at the sales with three of his colts all bringing in over $100,000 + for their vendors.
New season sire Sweet Lou was the only other stallion on the day to produce a six figure sum colt, which was a great story for him moving forward as a stallion.
Thank you to all buyers who purchased a yearling from our draft and a big shout out to all our staff who worked tirelessly towards this day, knowing it is our ‘Grand Final’!
On the race track American Ideal sired a treble at Cambridge when Ideal Holiday, Ivana Flybye and Real Eagle all greeted the judge, Kardeslar won the Hororata Cup and his freshman son Eye See Double remains unbeaten following his Kindergarten Stakes victory at Globe Derby.
Bettor’s Delights daughter Delishka was driven a treat to win the Group 3 ‘Sibellia Stakes at Menangle in 1.51.1, Tiger Tara won on the same card and Bettors Fire was a Gloucester Park winner.
Pegasus Spur had good winners in CK Spur at Auckland, Amanda’s Spur at Cambridge and Pegasus Elegance at Menangle.