With eight winners in the last seven days highlighted by a treble on Friday which included a double at the Canterbury night meeting, Written Tycoon further cemented himself as a leading winning-producing sire, currently sitting with only three stallions above him on the Australian Sires’ Table for winners.
Wednesday saw the Archie Alexander-trained Write Your Name, a three-year-old colt out of the stakes performed Jillimarg, record his second victory at just his third start.
Having won on debut before a narrow second to Secret Vega, with that winner going on to finish a narrow third behind Ringerdingding at stakes level at his next start , the Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock raced colt shows promise and is one to follow through the grades as he progress and matures.
A double the very next day was highlighted by stunning the three and a half length win Busuttin Racing’s Bezos at Seymour.
Sold through the Woodside Park draft at the Inglis Premier yearling sale draft to Busuttin Racing, the three-year-old colt jumped from a mid-line barrier before working across the field to lead, running his rivals ragged in what was an exciting winning performance.
With a pair of runners at Friday night’s Canterbury meeting, it was Triple Crown Syndications mare Wooshka, who did exactly that, jumping to the lead before travelling sweetly in front for Corey Brown.
Holding off all challengers, the Snowden Racing-trained mare has now recorded three wins and two placed efforts from just 10 career starts.
A handful of races later, Written Tycoon’s name was back in lights as Lindsay Park Racing’s Blue Tycoon achieved his sixth race win.
Ridden by Sam Weatherly, Blue Tycoon’s performance was in a similar vein to that of Wooshka, leading throughout and fighting all the way to the line for the win. What was remarkable about the victory was that Blue Tycoon has now recorded race wins in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.
Your next opportunity to secure a yearling by Victoria’s Leading Sire is at January’s Magic Millions Yearling Sale where 53 lots have been catalogued, while a further 23 form part of the record-breaking Inglis Classic Yearling Sale catalogue in February, just a few weeks before the G1 Oakleigh Plate, a race pencilled in for Written Tycoon’s Blue Diamond Stakes-winning son Written By.