The field for the Southern Cross heats at Globe Derby on Saturday night may not have been big in numbers but they certainly had plenty of quality.
The two-year-olds colts and geldings heats were a great advertisement for the South Australian Yearling Sale with both heats’ winners being sold at the 2022 sale.
First heat was won by NO NOTTHEBUTTONS a colt by Art Major from the McArdle mare Princess Fiona bred by Peter and Leslie Medhurst and purchased by Aaron Bain Racing and Summitt Bloodstock for $28,000. NoNotthebuttons is in the stable of Emma Stewart.
The other heat for the boys was won by BAY JIM MAJOR (Major Secret- Jimbaran Bay) bred by Stephen Norman at Allenby Lodge and trained by Les Harding was purchased by Daniella Madalinski for $8,500, Daniella was a first time buyer at the sales and now has a colt who is a live chance in the $30,000 final.
Star Man, also by Major Secret, was runner up to Bay Jim Major is also a graduate to the 2022 sale.
The two-year-old fillies divisions winners were Lil Miss Crocker owned and bred by Gary Crocker under his banner Walk Proud Pty Ltd and Miss Idaho
The Three-year-old’s heats the colts and geldings Lethal Louie (Sweet Lou x More Than All Right) and Hes All Torque (Pet Rock x Torque Lively), while the fillies race went to Delightfull Tammy (Bettors Delight x Rockin Tammy).