Sydney, NSW (PRWEB) September 01, 2012
Horse Racing Syndicae Specialists Dynamic Syndications are offering a filly from the best family in the NZ Stud book in a twenty (20) share partnership with full owner’s privileges for $9,900 per share.
This Commands – Making Fey filly is bred on the Commands/Zabeel cross rated an A+++, the highest possible rating.
The exact cross has produced four (4) stakes winners including Gr1 winner Purple, Gr2 winners Rain Affair and Altar and LR winner Royal Commands.
The Dam, Making Fey was a three (3) time Sydney winning and stakes placed Zabeel mare.
She has produced five (5) horses to race, for five (5) winners including the Gr1 winning 2yo, APERCU and city winners Lapse and Tijirarni.
Commands became the leading sire of individual winners for third consecutive year in July. He has sired 48 individual stakes winners with 6 Gr1 winners.
Commands progeny now has won over $59m in prizemoney and finished third in number of stakes winners in the 2011/12 season.
After careful consideration leading Sydney trainer Chris Waller was given the responsibility to train the filly.
Chris has won the Sydney trainer’s premierships for the past two years and recorded 131.5 metropolitan wins in the 2011/12 racing season.
The share price includes: Fall of hammer price, GST, acquisition costs, insurance, holding costs, horse husbandry, education, registration, establishment and legal costs.
Ensuring our clients get the best bloodlines available, at Dynamic we do significant due diligence investigations allowing us to offer a cost effective involvement in thoroughbred racing.
Clients are constantly updated on her progress with information sent at a minimum of once a week.
Conformationally she is very athletic, stand over good ground, has a good length of reign, good angulations to pasterns and shoulders, good width of jaw, deep girth, strong hindquarter and an excellent overstep.
Australian Olympic equestrian silver medallist Shane Rose has successfully educated our filly.
For more information on the Commands – Making Fey filly, please visit Australin Horse Syndicator - Dynamic Syndications website