FIRST WINNER FOR CAPE BLANCO

May 27, 2015

FIRST WINNER FOR CAPE BLANCO

First Winner for Cape Blanco Tara Madgwick - Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Cape Blanco (IRE) had his first yearlings sell in Australasia earlier this year following his stint at Cambridge Stud in New Zealand and Galileo’s multiple Group I winning son is reported to have sired his first winner last weekend in Russia.
 

Cape Blanco

Cape Victory was bred in the US by Tada Nobutaka out of Alegendinmyownmind, a daughter of Cape Cross and Oaks placegetter Midnight Line.

She was sold at last year's Fasig-Tipton July Yearling Sale for $40,000 and subsequently exported to Russia.

Cape Blanco covered some very good mares at Cambridge and had 44 yearlings sell here this year across all sales averaging over $90,000 with a top seller of $450,000

OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY TO BECOME INVOLVED IN AN OUTSTANDING CAPE BLANCO FILLY BRED IN THE PURPLE!!

Closely related to TWO GROUP 1 WINNERS in CHAMPAGNE and ST REIMS

 

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