Wednesday, March 2, 2011


Yes, it looks more like a jet but this brand was designed by Essendon (Bombers) devotees Max and Judi Clarke who sold a Hard Spun from Sheedy’s Sheila (Lot 267) to Todd Ireland for $58,000 at Oaklands Junction on Day 2 of the Premier.
Max and Judi, who own a property at Strath Creek in Victoria’s north east, had the good fortune to race the mighty stallion Keltrice who won the Lightning Stakes-G1 and went on to produce Group One Hong Kong winner Del Este.
Not surprisingly, Sheedy’s Sheila – named after former Essendon coach Kevin Sheedy – is a daughter of Keltrice who has been represented by seven stakes winners as a broodmare sire.

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