Herewegohoney, by Sageburg
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This exciting 5 year old mare has won her only start in a P2P in Ireland. We purchased her from the Tattersalls May Sale and we are thrilled to welcome her new Grade 1 winning National Hunt trainer FERGAL O'BRIEN to #TeamMPR.
Here's Fergal with her at Tattersalls, talking about why she was purchased!
Her Tattersalls biography reads: "A very smart winner of her debut at Necarne when outclassing her rivals in good style. This video should be viewed to fully appreciate the ease with which this daughter of Sageburg moved into contention two out and simply cruised to the lead before the final fence. In truth it seems likely that when stepped up into better class of race she will be more comfortable and it will suit her high cruising speed even better. A slight stumble after the last tested her resolve but she quickly jumped back into the bridle and went away to win in very convincing fashion. She looks a very smart addition to this catalogue."
Watch her P2P race win here:
She is by SAGEBURG, who was top-class over 9-10f for his owner The Aga Khan, including in the Group 1 Prix d'Ispahan and is from the family of Arc winner Sagamix. His progeny include Grade 1 performers ROUGE VIF, and CH'TIBELLO. Read about her sire here: https://harasdetoury.com/etalons-morpheus-sageburg-saillies/etalon-sageburg. You can see her walk video in the gallery.
Fergal told us that he bought ALAPHILIPPE from the same vendor - he is a Grade 2 winner and has won 4 of his 6 races since joining Fergal, also from the P2P sphere.
She's a lovely mare, with a super temperament, who we all instantly took to at the sale in Newmarket and we can't wait to see her line up for us later in the year!
Training Update (6th September): She really is a fine specimen of a horse and one who we're very pleased to have on side for the coming national hunt season. We have done a bits and bobs of walking with her to this point but the key was getting a good break and some spring grass into her, as she will have been worked hard to get to the P2P track. Fergal is delighted with how she has come back in and will now start to get her fit! He sent us the image of her in her stable (see the gallery) today.