In Demand; Only A Couple Shares Left In Popular Magic Millions Horses



Following a very successful open day at John O'Shea Racing on Sunday, we have just a couple of shares left in our hugely popular Mossman x Creative Chance Filly and Sizzling x Dabrowski Colt.

The filly, who represents fantastic value for just $4,500 for a 5% share (all expenses paid until November 30th) has just one 5% share remaining. The good bodied, strong walking filly caught the eye of Jason Abrahams and John O'Shea at first inspections at the Magic Millions June yearling sale- "I really liked this filly when I first inspected her prior to the sale, she possesses a purposeful walk and great attitude and both John and I thought $40,000 was an absolute bargain". "We've had good success with cheaper fillies, and a good example of that is Butterboom who we also purchased for $40,000 as a yearling before selling her at the MM broodmare sale for $360,000".

This filly's second dam is multiple stakes winner CREATIVE PLAN- a winner of 5 races including 2 a two year old. Creative Plan is a three-quarter sister to multiple Hong Kong Stakes winner JEUNE KING PRAWN (Danehill). Her sire Mossman has produced Group 1 winners including MOSSFUN (Golden Slipper), PLUCKY BELLE''E (Coolmore Classic) and sprint sensation BUFFERING''' who saluted in Group 1 company on seven occasions.

Pictured: Mossman x Creative Chance Filly


The Sizzling x Dabrowski Colt was a real stand out for John O'Shea this year. 30% of shares were snapped up on Sunday, leaving us with just 10% left to offer. This quality colt is by first season sire SIZZLING out of the Encosta De Lago mare DABROWSKI. Dabrowski is a half sister to New Zealand's leading three year old in 2011/12 ROCK 'N' POP (Fastnet Rock) who was a winner of the Group 1 NZ Two Thousand Guineas. This colt has no shortage of Group 1 pedigree to his page with his grand dam POPSY, a winner of the NZ DERBY and ARC Championships. She went on to produce 10 runners for 9 winners including ROCK 'N' POP and multiple stakes winner LILAKYN.

This colt is also from the family of black-type earners BEKS, STEELY DAN, PRINCE STANDAAN and BATTLE HAWK. Most will remember Sizzling (Snitzel) for his Group 1 win in the BRC T J Smith. Currently standing at Newgate Farm, Sizzling is the only Group 1 winning two year old at Stud by Snitzel.

His breaker Daniel Robinson branded him 'one of the most proffesional horses' he's broken in this season!

Pictured: Sizzling x Dabrowski Colt


Both yearlings are BOBS Nominated, have been paid up for the Golden Slipper and the Magic Millions Race Series! Contact Emma Walsh on 0404392680 or email racing@championthoroughbreds.com.au to secure your share!


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