Darby Racing Secures 3 Promising European Staying Horses at Tattersalls Horses in Training Sale
In a thrilling acquisition for Darby Racing, the renowned racing syndicate has added three exceptional European staying horses to its stable during the recent Tattersalls Horses in Training Sale. Each of these horses exhibits incredible potential and brings an aura of excitement to Darby Racing and prospective owners.
The first of the trio, Lot 91, goes by the name Farnborough, and he's a colt sired by the legendary Sire, Galileo, out of the stakes-winning mare Sing Softly. This high-quality colt is relatively lightly raced, but he made quite a statement in his last outing, clinching victory by an impressive 5-length margin. The responsibility of nurturing Farnborough's lightly raced talent falls to the skilled hands of trainer Bjorn Baker at Warwick Farm.
Pictured above - Farnborough
Lot 610, named Gulf Of Mexico, another remarkable colt by Galileo. His dam, Anthem Alexander, was a Group 2 winner, and Gulf Of Mexico has already shown his mettle by finishing fourth in a Group 3 race. With a promising career ahead, he is set to be trained by the talented Annabel Neasham, also based at Warwick Farm.
Pictured above Gulf Of Mexico
The third jewel in Darby Racing's acquisition crown is Lot 1079, known as Broadfield. This striking gelding has already competed in four races, securing two victories and a second-place finish. His impressive form makes him an exciting prospect, and he is set to continue his training from the accomplished duo of Peter & Paul Snowden at Randwick.
Pictured above Broadfield
The addition of these three exceptional European staying horses to Darby Racing's roster has created a buzz in the racing community. Racing enthusiasts and fans eagerly await their future performances on the track, and hopes are high that these European imports will continue to shine and bring glory to their new owners.
For further information on any of these quality stayers, please contact Mark Holland on 0405 226 266 or firstname.lastname@example.org