Sunday, March 10, 2013


It’s hardly surprising that there’s been a fair amount of traffic around Written Tycoon yearlings in Adelaide: one of his best performers this month is the lightly raced Tycoon Heights who has now won four from six and his last two on the trot at Morphettville, culminating in a gutsy effort on 2 March.
Two of the Written Tycoons sold for $220,000 each at the Melbourne Premier and among the Eliza Park draft in Adelaide there are colts from Super Bucks (Lot 39), Temple Fire (Lot 42, a half brother to Group One winner Stella Cadente) and Alcestis (Lot 65), plus fillies from Grand Jewel (Lot 371, half sister to seven winners) and Magic By Gosh (Lot 401).

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