A winning city double for SUPER EASY in Australia on Wednesday is a timely reminder for buyers, trainers and investors to take note of the Hallmark Stud sires progeny set to go under the hammer at the Karaka May Sale next week.
Easy Eddie (ex Twin Town) who is prepared by Joseph Pride, provided Super Easy with his first winner of the day with a dominant front running performance at Canterbury over 1250m. It was the third win from just 8 starts for the promising three-year-old gelding.
Pearls and Prawns (ex Pussycat Holiday) followed suit with an all-too-easy two-and-a-quarter-length win at Ascot, bringing up the talented filly’s fourth win from five raceday outings.
With his oldest racing progeny now three-year-olds, Super Easy maintains his 100% runners-to-winners record in Australia, and furthermore is the only sire in the top 20 second season sires in Australia to do so.
He is 13th leading Australia 2nd Season Sires by Wins for 2017-18 Season.
“We are absolutely delighted to see Super Easy continue to have good success in Australia” said Mark Baker of Hallmark Stud.
“He was a very genuine racehorse who is so easy to like, and he has passed on all his good traits to his progeny who are doing really good things on the racetracks”.
A former Singapore Horse of the Year, Super Easy is by multiple Group One winner Darci Brahma, and is out of the Gold Brose mare Parfore who is also the dam of Australian stakes winners Tiger Tees, Terravista, Ball of Muscle and Our Lucas.