Bursea Lady.

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Ontoawinner are delighted to offer another fantastic filly by Showcasing, we bought this filly from the same consigners of Quiet Reflection in Powerstown Stud who loved this filly, she really takes the eye.

The stallion, Showcasing needs no introduction to our owners as we have owned 2 of his top 5 produce in 2x Group 1 winning Cartier Champion Sprinter Quiet Reflection and the Group 2 Mill Reef winner by 7 Lengths Toocoolforschool. Showcasing is still on the up with Group 1 winning 2 year old Advertise who has a live chance in the 2000 Guineas on May 4th 2019 and 2 year old Group 2 winning Speedster for Archie Watson in Soldiers call who has a big chance in the Royal Ascot 5f Group 1, the Kings Stand stakes. Showcasing is a top class stallion who stands at £55k.

The Dam, Million Faces is a very well related filly who is sure to produce some classy foals, she already has a Muhaarar Colt yearling who will sell at some point this coming year, she is being covered by all the right stallions to produce classy horses.

This filly really takes the eye, all of our buying team loved her and we can’t believe we got her for £12k, the guys at Powerstown were stunned she went for such low money having been a £68k foal and 85k yearling, we were under bidders on her as a yearling last year where we stopped at £75k and now we have her at £12k at a breeze up, she did a great time as well so she can run. This filly speaks for herself.

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Details

Age: 3
Wins: unraced
Places: unraced
Sire: Showcasing
Dam: Million Faces
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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