Darley begins Festive season at Rosehill

Darley mare Dysphonia boosted the value of her half-brother catalogued for the 2011 Adelaide Magic Millions when she won the Listed Festival Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday.  The Peter Snowden trained mare beat a crack field to notch her first stakes success.

Dysphonia (Lonhro) has won six races and earned over $228,000.  She is a daughter of Night Shift mare Stutter and the mare’s colt by Reset is being prepared for the Adelaide sale by Balnarring based Everton Thoroughbreds (as agent).

Lindsay Park filly Flor Do Mar also helped the prospects of her full-sister being prepared for the 2011 Adelaide Magic Millions when she won at Morphettville yesterday.

Flor Do Mar is a daughter of Swettenham sire Dash for Cash and she won on debut in the Allan Scott Park Plate (1000m).  The david Hayes trained filly cruised home to score by almost two lengths.

Flor Do Mar is the fifth individual winner for the Rory’s Jester mare Storm Tossed.  Her latest yearling is a member of the Lindsay Park Stud draft.