Saturday, October 17, 2009


Eagle Farm trainer Liam Birchley has a big opinion of his Danbird 3YO Nesting who fought on brilliantly at Doomben on 14 October to record a comfortable win over the 1040m.
Having only his first start, Stathi Katsidis sat Nesting just off the pace for most of the journey before pouncing in the fine stages.
Bred by the Hong Kong Breeders' Club, Nesting was actually sold at the New Zealand Summer Sale to Lakeview Stud who then placed the Danbird (below) gelding with Birchley.
Nesting is out of the Bletchingly mare Hacienda - who has now produced seven winners - and is a half sister to Group One winner and influential sire Snippets.
Hacienda is also a half sister to stakes winners Quick Score, Asawir, True Blonde (granddam of Golden Slipper winner Forensics) and stakes placed Singles Bar (dam of Not a Single Doubt).

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