One of the best golfers Tasmania has ever produced Elliott Booth has been a dedicated supporter of the Tasmanian Yearling Sale since its inception and this year Booth has two yearlings catalogued both being prepared by Noel Slater.
Lot 17 is a filly by Artsplace stallion Stonebridge Regal out of former good race mare Iden Countess making her a half sister to Iden Black Prince.
2021 Tasmanian Mare of the Year Iden Gorgeous is the dam of Booth’s other yearling a filly.
Lot 21 by the Ill-fated Rock N Roll World, this is Iden Gorgeous’s first foal.
The royally bred Rock N Roll World’s first crop produced 17 winners.
Kerrie Hymes who moved her breeding operation from Victoria to Sheffield on the North West Coast back in 2019 has a three-yearling draft set for Carrick on January 26th.
Under the Tourello Standardbreds banner, Hymes first is a buckskin filly out of Luna Cat show to grab the attention of those who like colours standardbreds.
Another filly Lot 6 is by Dawn Of A New Day out of Trish Bromac who is the dam of dual three-year-old winner last season Caledonian Ranger.
Trish Bromac is a half-sister to Victorian Derby winner Tanabi Bromac. Star juvenile trotter Rockinwithattitude is close up in this filly’s pedigree.
Remember the Queensland skewbald pacer Karamea Snow well Tourello Standardbreds’ other lot is a skewbald filly Tell All.
I mentioned Bridport breeder Richard Hall in the previous article another of his draft is a colt by Yankee Rockstar out of Bute Sister the dam of 9 winners from 9 foals to race.
The second dam Te Phyno the dam of New Zealand Derby winner Bandlands Bute who was crowned NZ 3yo colt and gelding of his year and NZ oaks winner Caps Off.
Hall’s other yearling is a colt by Franco Nelson out of the Dream Away mare Hey Sister.
For further information about the Tasmanian Sale contact either Mark Barton at 0419 488 256 or Gemma Smallmon at 0447 356 549