This colt has a real stallion’s pedigree, should his racetrack ability match his looks and conformation. We had him down as one of the three top Savabeel colts in the sale, with the other two making $875k and $400k respectively, which makes the $230k we purchased this colt for real value. His full sister Hasahalo is already a G1 winner of the NZ 1000 Guineas while his lightly raced, promising half-sister All Saints’ Eve is a recent city winner with stakes aspirations in the Autumn. Regardless of anything pedigree related the colt is a tremendous athlete, beautifully proportioned and well balanced. He exhibited a great temperament throughout the sale and seems to have an unflappable demeanour. Being out of an ‘early going’ Australian family the colt shouldn’t take long to come to hand and will likely be seen as a late 2yo post Autumn prior to being targeted at 1400-1600m races the ilk of the Caulfield Guineas. A real standout in the sale, we’re thrilled to have him as part of the team.