Life is still Miraculous

Not A Single Doubt’s 22 stakeswinners are almost evenly divided between the sexes (12 colts, 10 fillies), but this season his 3YO daughters Gypsy Diamond & Villa Verde have taken the limelight.

Today Teeley Assets’ homebred filly Miracles Of Life (ex Dazzling Gazelle by More Than Ready) stepped up to join them with an ebullient victory in the $250,000 SAJC Euclase S. 1200m G2.

Barbie, as she is affectionately known, had not won since her Blue Diamond G1 triumph in February 2012, but recent second placings in Listed company hinted that another big win was within her capability. She has now averaged earnings of around $87,000 per run in an 11-start, 5-win career that began at Morphettville in December 2012 with a spectacular 5.5 length debut victory.

Gypsy Diamond (MVRC Fillies Classic G2) and Villa Verde (ATC Challenge S. G2) were also Group 1-placed during Sydney’s Autumn Carnival.

Making up Not A Single Doubt’s 7 stakeswinners in 2013/14 are Every Faith (SAJC Laelia S. LR), Into The Red (BRC Gold Edition Plate LR), Risen From Doubt (VRC Maribyrnong Trial S. LR) and Mystic Power, a dual stakeswinner in Malaysia.

Miracles Of Life and her dam, in foal to Not A Single Doubt, will take starring roles in the  Teeley Dispersal  at the Magic Millions National Sale later this month. However, the filly is also among the nominations for next Saturday’s $500,000 SAJC Goodwood G1.

Not A Single Doubt stands at a 2014 fee of $33,000 inc. GST.  

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