When a two year-old by So You Think wins a 1000 metre maiden on debut running away we straight away want to put him on a watch list for next season.
The Gerald Ryan trained colt Peltzer kicked off his career with an impressive effort at Kembla on Tuesday storming home to win by a length and a quarter in a brisk 57.28 seconds.
How good was that! The #MillParkRaised & @mmsnippets sold So You Think colt Peltzer scores on debut @kemblaraces for @GRyanRacing & @racingraphael 🏇🏻💨🏆@CoolmoreAus @breednet @anz_news @TDNAusNZ @ColmSantry @JamesBester4 @Aushorse_TBA @racing_nsw pic.twitter.com/AdnITgwW2b
— Mill Park Stud (@millparkstud) April 28, 2020
A $260,000 Magic Millions purchase for Gerald Ryan Racing/David Raphael, he was offered by renowned South Australian nursery Mill Park, who enjoyed a very successful weekend producing three stakes-winners last Saturday in Dalasan, Dawn Passage and Ecumenical.
Peltzer is a three-quarter brother-in-blood to stakes-winner So We Are and is the first winner from Miss Otto, a half-sister by Elusive Quality (USA) to Group II placed Miss With Attitude, the dam of stakes-winner Crown Towers (below).
Peltzer’s grand-dam is by Flying Spur, a sire that has worked previously with So You Think to produce Group I winner Nakeeta Jane.
Mill Park sold the current yearling from Miss Otto, a colt by Street Boss (USA), at Magic Millions Adelaide this year for $75,000 to Kennewell Racing/Group 1 Bloodstock.
Miss Otto produced another filly by So You Think last year and is back in foal to Coolmore’s champion son of High Chaparral (IRE).
Copy Breednet, Image: Crown Towers, TSA News.