CASINO KEEPS BRINGING IN THE CASH

ALL Too Hard’s sire Casino Prince claimed both the First Season and the Second Season Sire Titles and had a booming 2014 Magic Millions sale with his progeny averaging over $100,000.

Local trainer Danny Bougoure, who prepared Magic Millions 2YO Classic runner-up Oakleigh Girl, took home Casino Prince’s two-top lots for $320,000 and $250,000 respectively.

Several other major trainers and agents were eager to acquire the latest batch of Casino Prince youngsters among them; DGR Thoroughbreds (bound for James and Bart Cummings), Anthony Cummings, Star Thoroughbreds (x 2), Spicer Thoroughbreds and Bjorn Baker.

Bougoure beat off an army of challengers to secure his two led by Lot 330, a bay filly by Casino Prince out of Group 1 VRC Turnbull Stakes winner, Devil Moon for upwards of $300,000.

He paid slightly less for an equally well-bred filly by Casino Prince out of Group 1 MRC Thousand Guineas winner, Serious Speed.

2017-03-30T16:15:55+00:00 January 14th, 2014|