Akhadan-Sarajaavo Grey by Sarajaavo
His best known progeny Terbium is a homebred for David Brook who is the chairman of the flood bound Birdsville Racing Club.
Brook also raced Terbium’s sire Terango who now stands at Greg Lesnikowski’s Strathwood Park where Terbium was reared and educated.
A son of the Danehill stallion Akhadan, Terango was a smart enough racehorse in South Australia where he won 7 and placed in 12 of his 46 starts. He raced on until a 6yo and placed three times at stakes level but never earned that all-important black-type win to make commercial appeal.
Contact: Greg Lesnikowski 08 8536 4054
$3,000.00 + GST
Daylami (IRE) - Far Hope by Barathea
Voila Ici was a 13 time winner of more than $1.8million in prizemoney.
The Irish-bred stayer was brought out to Australia on the same flight as champion sprinter Black Caviar, when she returned from a successful trip to Royal Ascot in England.
His best performance on our shores was a second placing in the group 1 Underwood Stakes behind Ocean Park in 2012 and did line-up in the Caulfield and Melbourne cups of that year,After spending time with Peter Moody and fellow trainers Shea Eden and Saab Hasan.
He’s traveled the world. He’s been to Dubai, Japan, France, Italy and England so he has not been out in the paddock being a horse,” she said.
His first foals hit the ground in 2016-17.
Contact: David Huxtable 0427 273 337
$3,300.00 + GST