The blue blooded young sire Oracy’s value continues to soar, as his close relations continue to feature prominently in feature races.
Saturday saw the talented filly Sea Siren win the G1 BTC Cup, over 1200m, – a race worth the equivalent of R3.2 million in prize money.
It was a first G1 win for Sea Siren, who may now be aimed at the prestigious G1 Doomben 10 000 and G1 Stradbroke Handicap.
Sea Siren is out Express A Smile – herself the granddam of Oracy, one of the leading milers of his generation.
Oracy’s sire, Zabeel, himself has also been in the news of late – his son, Zabeelionaire, became Zabeel’s 42nd G1 winner when he won the recent G1 South Australian Derby. Another son of Zabeel, Greys Inn, is the sire of recent G1 SA Derby winner Royal Bencher.
With such outstanding pedigree credentials, plus a fine race record, matching a superb crop of first foals, Oracy is a stallion to follow for the future.
Celebration time ... Jim Cassidy guides Sea Siren to a big win. Source: News Limited