Two out of three for Wylie Hall son

It’s been an exciting week for the stallions that we manage; four winners for Dynastyin five days of racing, two winners for Gimmethegreenlight over the weekend, two winners (and three second places on Sunday) for Master Of My Fate, two winners for Trippi, winner for Philanthropist, stakes winner for Querari, another winner for Twice Over and two winners (including a Gr3 winner) for Wylie Hall.

I love that old adage “no racing man ever committed suicide with an unraced 2yo in his barn”. It seems to take longer every year to see the new 2yo’s make their presence felt. But finally we are having fun. After last week I have no doubt that anyone that has a share in Wylie Hall or one of his youngsters has suicide very far from their thoughts. It’s looking pretty darn good for this son of Redoute’s Choice and his fans.

His family are on fire overseas (they added two Gr1 wins in the past week) and back home with only 7 runners to his credit Wylie Hall is off to a VERY good start indeed; 3 winners of 4 races (and counting), two of them won on debut and Twilight Moon has now won two stakes races. The Paul Matchett trained colt won the Gr3 Protea Stakes (VERY EASILY) on Saturday, just two days after Ashley Fortune provided Wylie Hall with his 3rd winner De La Cruz.

Wylie Hall was the first of this powerful new pack of Freshman Sires to get off the mark with the first winner of the juvenile season. He is also the first of these new Freshman Sires to get a stakes winner and now he is the first of that bunch to have two stakes wins to his credit; in fact he leads the 2yo Sire Log by number of stakes races won and AEPR, not just the Freshman Sire log BUT the entire Sire of 2yo’s log!! see below:

His stakes winner Twilight Moon was placed 2nd on debut and has since won two stakes races in a row! So his last four runners (excl Barrier Trials) have logged 3 wins and a place – see below. We have copied two reports from Cape Breeders for your enjoyment:
Wylie Hall is the leading sire of 2yo’s by number of stakes races won. See official NHRA stats below:
With these promising results so early in the season we have every reason to believe that the report that we are compiling to shareholders for Wylie Hall’s AGM will be hopelessly out of date by the time that we get to the AGM.

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