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Sidereus' son takes time honours

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A well-related son of Sidereus posted the quickest time on Monday during the final breeze-ups ahead of the Magic Millions Gold Coast 2-year-olds in Training Sale.

Just over 70 juveniles took part in the spring session at the Gold Coast Turf Club, and other young prospects from three earlier breeze-ups around the country, ahead of Tuesday’s auction.

A member of the Symphony Lodge consignment, the Sidereus youngster stopped the clock at 10.24 seconds.

Trophy-winning half-brother

To be offered as Lot 29, he is a half-brother to the Magic Millions WA 3YO Trophy winner Epic Grey (Wicked Style {USA}) with their dam the Break The Vault mare Embellish. They represent the family of the G1 George Ryder S., winner Quick Flick (Spectacular Spy {USA}).

The second-fastest time was put up by Lot 52, Kenmore Lodge’s Deep Field colt who is a son of Hadavision (USA) (Vision And Verse {USA}). The dam of two winners, she was a multiple black type winner in North America.

A colt, Lot 217, by More Than Ready (USA) out of the Zabeel (NZ) mare Britomart clocked 10.44s. The dam is a half-sister to the G2 QTC Cup winner Into The Night (Rhythm (USA).

Lot 156 is a son of Snitzel and Spirit Of Joy (Big Brown {USA) breezed up in 10.55s and his dam is a half-sister to the multiple stakes winner Zagreb (Zabeel {NZ}).

Lot 182 by Fastnet Rock is a three-quarter sister to the recent G2 Shannon S., winner Noire (Foxwedge)

A significant pedigree update has come the way of Lot 182, a filly by Fastnet Rock from Valadon (Woodman {USA}) is a three-quarter sister to the recent G2 Shannon S., winner Noire (Foxwedge).

Selling will commence at 11am, Queensland time.

Following the auction, the focus will switch to the Spring Racehorse Sale.

Two lots to go under the hammer at this Sale have won in the last week with Catesby (Shamardal {USA}) successful at Warwick Farm and Mini Model (Sepoy) was a winner at Canberra.