We have teamed up again with First Light Racing to secure three outstanding quality colts at the recent Magic Millions QTIS Sale and we’d love it if you can join myself, new training partner Chris Anderson, the team at FLR and fellow owners for our upcoming parade of these colts on Sunday 5th May out at Wishbone Farm at the foot of the Glasshouse Mountains.   The trio of outstanding colts by BETTER THAN READY and SPIRIT OF BOOM will be paraded on the day, and all are eligible for the Magic Millions race series and QTIS Bonus Prizemoney scheme.   Parades, photos, brekky and giveaways - all welcome!  See below for further details.

WHEN: Sunday5 May, 10am-12noon WHERE: Wishbone Farm, 1047 Steve Irwin Way, Glass House Mountains RSVP: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. OR 0412 122 532

Looking forward to a fantastic morning with our owners and guests, which will include: • Class of 2019 yearlings on parade at the beautiful Wishbone Farm • Meet and greet with Rob & Chris • Photo opportunities with yearlings • A breakfast BBQ for all guests • Lucky door prizes - including tickets to the exclusive Stradbroke Eve lunch with the FLR team and a $250 voucher towards a share in a horse!




By Australia's leading First Season Sire BETTER THAN READY, we thought he was quite simply "the colt of the sale". Powerful and precocious with muscle on muscle and a lovely balanced and fluent walk - the perfect mix of strength & athleticism. His Dam was a Group 1 winner as well as winning 3 times as a 2YO and his sire has already amassed 14 x 2YO first crop winners this season. $7,990 for a 5% share



A physically imposing, scopey colt who covers the ground with a beautiful loose walk and big overstep. He represents everything that has made the 'Booms' so popular with his athleticism, movement, balance and power. SPIRIT OF BOOM is Queensland's most successful sire with 8 first crop Stakes winners and this colt is bred on a cross that has produced Stakes Placed 2yo SPIRITS CHOICE. $6,805 for a 5% share



Why have one SPIRIT OF BOOM colt when you can have two! A fantastic value for money buy this colt is a typical forward running Spirit Of Boom type and bred on the same cross as 3-time winner PLUMARO. His dam AUBURN GOLD is a city performed winner of two races and has been covered by S.O.B the last 3 seasons due to the quality of foals she has produced.

$3,540 for a 5% share (only 50% remains)

Any further information on the 3 colts don’t hesitate to contact Tim Wilson This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 0431 887 814

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