Monday, August 20, 2012


Written Tycoon might have only been in Queensland for a month of so but he hasn’t wasted any time making an impact up north.
While he started August with three winners in Victoria – including a double (and a second) at Geelong on 10 August – the Champion Sire has produced two winners on his new home turf in the past week … and both appear to well and truly have the goods.
Sporting Page (ex. Desert Strike by Straight Strike) won his second race from as many starts when he scampered home over 1050m at Rockhampton, following up from a debut win at Rocky on 26 July. And keep in mind that the winning margin at his first start was 9 lengths!
Kim Craft appears to have a good one on the books too following the victory of Written Eleison over 1000m at the Sunshine Coast yesterday, leading all the way to score by over two lengths.
Written Eleison (ex. Madam Lush by Danehill Dancer), who hails from the family of Group One winners Wahid, Imposera, Teranaba and Imprimatur, should be backed every time she goes around on a Sunday!
Eleison evidently comes from the Greek, Kyrie Eleison, which translates to a term used regularly in church, but maybe not as often as on the racetrack: “Lord, have mercy”.

Written Tycoon is standing this season at a fee of $15,400 inc. GST, but for those Victorian broodmare owners who would like to utilise the stallion this spring, Eliza Park is offering a special  “15k no more to pay” bonus which will entitle breeders to a 2012 service nomination to Written Tycoon, return transport from Eliza Park Victoria to Eliza Park Queensland, a veterinary contact, agistment and foaling down for wet mares.
For further information phone either Mark Lindsay on 0416 334 338 or Phil Marshall on 0407 853 782.

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