Now, while all foals at Eliza Park are treated equal – especially with around 250 to choose from! – Sing Hallelujah’s colt has garnered quite a bit of interest: especially as he’s a full brother to STATUE OF LIBERTY’s sprint sensation, Hay List.
According to Eliza Park’s General Manager of Operations, David Somers, the colt is an athletic type and although it might be a while before he gives his big brother a stretch, he’s certainly a good looker.
Meanwhile, Hay List is due to return in the McEwen Stakes-G3 at Moonee Valley on Saturday week (11 September) as a lead up to the Group One Manikato Stakes on 24 September.
The wraps on this horse - who has compiled a record of 9 wins from 11 starts - are huge and it’s definitely shaping up to be one helluva spring carnival.
|Hay List winning the WJ Healy Stakes-G3 at his last start|