14 June 2016

MONGOLIAN KHAN SYNDICATE SECURE CHAMPAGNE SHISHA FROM TWO BAYS FARM FOR $320,000.

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The top lot for the Mongolian Khan at Windsor Park Stud Syndicate was Champagne Shisha, a five-time winner by Dehere bought out of Victoria’s Two Bays Farm draft. Closely related to the dual Group One English Oaks and 1000 Guineas winner Minding, the mare is a half-sister to the European Group One performer Winged Cupid and she has been served by champion sprinter Brazen Beau.

11 June 2016

STELLAR SALES OUTCOME AT 2016 GOLD COAST BROODMARE SALE

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Two Bays Farm achieved a stellar sales result at the 2016 Gold Coast Broodmare Sale.

The $320,000 sale of Champagne Shisha, in foal to Brazen Beau, to the Mongolian Khan Syndicate topped the sales result for the farm. Other key results were Marheta, in foal to More than Ready, who sold for $150,000 and Hamam, in foal to Shooting to Win, for $120,000. All mares in the Two Bays Farm draft sold for an average nearing $100,000 each.

“Congratulations to all the buyers, we wish them the very best of luck with these lovely mares,” Rob Carlile, Manager, Two Bays Farm said.

Two Bays Farm is a boutique thoroughbred nursery on the Mornington Peninsula, purpose-built to cater for broodmares, foals, weanlings and yearlings. The farm is set on nearly 200 acres at Flinders, a location chosen for its fertile soils, temperate climate and undulating pastures.

 

1 June 2016

STRONG DRAFT FOR 2016 GOLD COAST NATIONAL BROODMARE SALE

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Two Bays Farm has sent a strong draft of 11 broodmares to the 2016 Gold Coast National Broodmare Sale.

On day one of the sale, two commercially-mated mares are up for sale:

  • Marheta (Lot 692) – a Group 1-performed mare, in foal to More than Ready.
  • Mayan Prophecy (Lot 698) – a Snitzel-related filly, in foal to Zoustar.

Both have been popular with lookers, Farm Manager Rob Carlile says.

Two Bays Farm is a boutique thoroughbred nursery on the Mornington Peninsula, purpose-built to cater for broodmares, foals, weanlings and yearlings. The farm is set on nearly 200 acres at Flinders, a location chosen for its fertile soils, temperate climate and undulating pastures.

 



                
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