All Eyes On Uncle Mo

Sep 29, 2015

All eyes on Uncle Mo

The oustanding new Coolmore sire UNCLE MO has hit the ground running in the USA - he currently sits atop of the First Crop Sires List and has all eyes looking towards the impact he can make here in Australia this coming season. As a champion two and three year old and a winner of five of his eight starts (including three Grade One races), he is sure to play a huge factor in the makeup of the upcoming First Season Sires list.

Uncle Mo's first crop in the USA is lead by NYQUIST (Uncle Mo x Seeking Gabrielle) who has dazzled on the track to pick up two Grade One wins in just his first four starts. He is joined by UNCLE BRENNIE (Uncle Mo x Moon Music) and UNCLE VINNY (Uncle Mo x Arealhotlover) as first season stakes winners for Uncle Mo.

Anthony Cummings Racing has two Uncle Mo fillies available for prospective clients. The first is a filly out of MONEY BEGETS MONEY (Bite the Bullet x Gainesville) and as a full sister to Criterion's dam MICA'S PRIDE and a half sister to Bull Point's dam ROSE OF CIMMARON this is a precocious pedigree which should prove to be a hit both on the track and in her life thereafter.

The second Uncle Mo filly available is another pedigree oozing with two year old potential. Out of SNAPDRAGON (Galileo x Continuous) this filly is a half sister to Drago (Danehill Dancer) who himself was a stakes quality two and three year old.

Both fillies have a good look around the Randwick stables and will be afforded every opportunity to further their respective families credentials.

If you're keen to race these exciting prospects please contact the stables on +61 (02) 9663 3088 or at sydney@anthonycummings.com.au

*picture courtesy of coolmore.com.au

 

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