Moohaajim colt.

£2250 per 5%/£1125 per 2.5

Description

The Ontoawinner buying team have secured another cracker at the recent Goresbridge breeze up sales, which were this year held in Newmarket.

We are delighted to have secured our top target at the sale, a cracking Moohaajim colt out of an Acclamation mare who was a winner of 3 races.

Moohaajim is a son of the Group 1-winning miler and leading sire Cape Cross (by Green Desert), whose stallion sons feature Sea The Stars. Moohaajim was a leading sprint juvenile who was timeform rated 116 at two after he won the Group 2 Mill Reef Stakes and had been beaten by just a neck when runner-up to Reckless Abandon in the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes, his grandam won the Group 3 C L Weld Park Stakes at that age. He finished third to Olympic Glory in the Group 3 Greenham Stakes first out at three.

The dam- Rebel Aclaim was a winner of 3 races and placed a further 7 times during her race career. She is the dam of 2 winners from 3 runners including Just Approve who was a winner at 2 in France. The grand dam was a listed winner and has produced black type horses.

Our colt is a fantastic specimen, he did one of the top breezes on the day and we were delighted to secure him at the price we paid.

Adrian Keatley on the Moohaajim Colt – 24/07/2020 – “We stole this horse at the money paid. He was the nicest horse to walk into the ring all day. He has plenty of scope and is a real galloper, delighted to have him.”

Pricing

2.5% Share

    • Share Price £1125
    • Monthly Fees £75

5% Share

    • Share Price £2250
    • Monthly Fees £150

10% Share

    • Share Price £4500
    • Monthly Fees £300

Details

Age: 2
Wins: unraced
Places: unraced
Sire: Moohaajim
Dam: Rebel Aclaim
Trainer: Adrian Keatley

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Trainer: Adrian Keatley

About Adrian

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Workaholic Adrian served his time as a teenager working for jumps trainer Francis Flood, and rode as an amateur for a few seasons. He then became assistant trainer to Oliver McKiernan for six years. In 2010, he packed his bags and headed out in Australia

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