2018 Yearling Parade THIS SUNDAY!



It's that time of the year again! We'll be hosting our 2018 yearling parade at John O'Shea Racing (7A High Street, Randwick) on Sunday, March 11th kicking off at 10am. The parade will feature our yearlings purchased from Magic Millions, Karaka, Inglis Classic and Premier sale as well as our racehorses in training with John at the time.

Yearlings featured (list will be updated with any new purchases):
Helmet x Paeroa Colt
So You Think x Cosabella Filly
Sacred Falls x Savasong Filly
Ocean Park x Twilight Granita Colt
Not A Single Doubt x Irish Love Filly
Zoustar x Dutch Romance Filly

Current Racehorses in training:
American Honor
Atlantic Edge
Chauvinist
Creative Moss
Foxy Lulu
Kuro
Regine
Parlay Vous

For catering purposes, please RSVP by Wednesday March 7th to Emma Guymer by emailing racing@championthorouhbreds.com.au or call 0404392680



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