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CRAN DALGETY RACING STABLES

With the dust settled after the PGG Yearling Sales Of The Stars, trainer Cran Dalgety has shares available in four yearlings secured from the NZ Premier Yearling Sale in Christchurch.

Further details and photos of the relevant yearlings can be accessed below on the latest news link.

The 2013 NZ Trainers Premiership winner, riding the crest of a wave with reigning Grand Circuit champ Christen Me (1:49.1), has had notable success with earlier syndications such as $41,000 buy and subsequent $1.1 million earner Smiling Shard), and other big-winning juveniles, Bit Of A Legend ($50,000 yearling, winner of $760,747), Katy Perry ($17,500 yearlng, winner of $381,478) and Onlyforyou ($35,000 yearling, winner of $265,128).

Cran’s other yearling sales notables include former Grand Circuit star Bettor’s Strike ($70,000 yearling, winner of $890,201), Sparks A Flyin ($11,000 yearling, winner of $627,218 world-wide), London Legend ($22,000 yearling, winner of $456,124), Texican ($70,000 yearling, winner of $283,474, Bettor Move It ($22,000 yearling, winner of $150,850), former Welcome Stakes winner Orl Black ($52,000 yearing, winner of $117,765), Lightning Raider ($55,000 yearling, winner of $119,597 in NZ), London Pride ($22,000 yearling, winner of $116,365 in NZ), Mighty Flying Mac ($55,000 yearling, winner of $154,203) and Regulus ($68,000 yearling, winner of $107,382).

Cran, who has prepared a record five Australasian Breeders Crown Final winners, is hopeful his latest recruits from the sales will have similar success.

Cran, has topped $1 million in stable earnings for the fifth consecutive season and is closing in on 1000 NZ training wins.

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