Jet Spur leads the Australian 2YO sires’ premiership for individual winners and he added another for good measure in South Korea on the weekend.
The Glenlogan Park stallion is on top of the Australian 2YO table with 11 winners ahead of Redoute’s Choice (9) and he has established a bigger break on the first-season ladder over second-placed Stratum (8).
Sen Pride (2c Jet Spur – Foxxy Cleo by Peintre Celebre) rounded it out to an even dozen when he won over 1000m in Seoul last Saturday. He won by a nose second time out after being placed on debut in March.
His dam Foxxy Cleo won at Doomben, Eagle Farm and Ipswich (twice) in just 11 starts for trainer Desleigh Forster. The mare made $20,000 when sold by Eureka Thoroughbreds for the Milligan family at the 2007 Magic Millions National Sale.
Exported to South Korea in foal to Jet Spur, she delivered Sen Pride the following September. Her latest foal (born to northern hemisphere time) is a colt by Forest Camp (Deputy Minister) who was a G2 winner of the 1999 Del Mar Futurity.
Wanggol is another South Korean based colt ready to break through for Jet Spur. He was runner-up to Aussie bred filly Lovely Woman (Lion Heart) at Busan last month.
Wanggol (2c Jet Spur – Kosciusko Country by Timber Country) was sold for $18,000 by Clear Summer Lodge at the 2009 Magic Millions HIT Sale. His dam tailed off at her only start at Kembla in March 2003 while second dam Julep (Sir Tristram) was a Listed winner of the VRC Talindert Hcp at Flemington.
Glenlogan Park has just announced Jet Spur’s service fee will rise from $15,000 to $17,500 (+ gst) for 2010.