The Lancasters – Flying In Formation!

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Cheveley’s filly ex Netsuke (by Western Winter) won 5 races, her first foal is a winner, Chinatown family

Syndicate Manager John Freeman was excited to report this week that Drakenstein stallion Lancaster Bomber’s first crop has produced stunning foals.

“Very exciting reports from everyone that has them. I am told that they are all leggy and well girthed, also well coupled with loads of quality about their heads,” said the veteran.

Drakenstein colt ex One Fine Day (by Trippi) won 3 races incl Gr3 and Gr1 placed 2x, her 1st foal is Pinkerton

Lancaster Bomber is a son of International Sire and Sire of Sires War Front. He was Champion Older Horse in Ireland in 2018 and winner of the Gr1 Tattersalls Gold Cup in one of the fastest times in the history of the race.

Drakenstein colt ex Snowdance (by Captain Al) Champion 3yo filly dual Gr1 winner and Gr1 placed 5x

He defeated 23 individual Gr1 winners during his career including Champions Churchill, Blue Point, Lightning Spear, Ribchester, Limato, Thunder Snow, amongst others.

Drakenstein colt ex Sail (by Philanthropist) won 3 races incl Gr2&Gr3 and Gr1 placed 2x

He was one of the top-rated sons of War Front to retire to stud at TFR 123

We’d love to publish your foal brag pics – send to [email protected] and please indicate sex, date of birth, breeding – and a bit of background, if applicable.

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