Eagle Eye De Kock Offers Shares In Two Yearlings

Inglis Premier Yearling Sale 2023

Mike de Kock acquired two prime lots at the 2023 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale this past weekend, and he’s inviting partners to take up shares with himself and Larry Nestadt, who has already entered the partnership.

Lot 98 – A Written Tycoon filly

Mike bought Lot 98, a filly by Written Tycoon (AUS – already the sire of 12 G1 winners) out of Sarraqa (Snitzel), who is an unraced daughter of champion race- and broodmare, National Colour, herself a half-sister to Rafeef and Mustaaqueem.  See pedigree below and headline photo, above.

Click here for pedigree – Lot 98

Lot 532 is a colt from the first crop of superstar sprinter Blue Point (IRE), from a unraced mare by Redoute’s Choice, and with a super international female line. See pedigree and photo below.

Click here for pedigree – Lot 532


Lot 532 – Blue Point colt

Speaking on his website from Melbourne, Mike said: “They are exciting specimens that I was fortunate to buy at this top sale. Our first partner is Larry Nestadt, our-long time supporter and friend in South Africa and also a staunch patron of my son Mathew in Australia. We’re looking for other partners to take shares with us. Both will be going into training with Mat and Robbie Griffiths at Cranbourne.”

To secure your share in one or both of these yearlings and to compete for massive prize monies, call Griffiths/De Kock Racing Manager Corey Smith on (+61) (0) 439 912 370 or mail [email protected].

All correspondence will be treated confidentially.

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