New stakeswinner for Redoute’s Choice in South Africa


New stakeswinner for Redoute’s Choice in South Africa

Redoute’s Choice is wasting no time working on his second century of stakeswinners.

His 3YO son Wylie Hall (ex Beauty Belle, by Ideal Planet) scored a half-length victory for in the R150,000 Nijinsky Derby Trial 2000m LR at Turffontein on Saturday.

Pictured: Arrowfield & Bellerive yearlings parade for buyers in this morning’s glorious weather at the Inglis Newmarket stable, Randwick. (PHOTO: Arrowfield Stud)

Wylie Hall was bred by John Kelly and offered by Newhaven Park at the 2011 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale. The purchaser at $205,000 was World Wide Bloodstock.

Wylie Hall is a half-brother to champion Hong Kong sprinter Absolute Champion, from an outstanding family that has also produced G1 Anamato and G3 Mearas to Redoute’s Choice, as well as G1 Dealer Principal (by Flying Spur) and multiple Group 1 winner Grand Armee. Beauty Belle foaled a colt by Manhattan Rain last spring.

She’s Clean became the 100th stakeswinner for Redoute’s Choice on 23 February, and Bonaria, Chiaramonte and Wylie Hall have quickly taken his lifetime tally to 103.

The two-time champion sire has 32 yearlings on offer at the Inglis Australian Easter Sale which begins tomorrow in Sydney. They include four colts and a filly in the Arrowfield draft – view them here or at the “”Big Barn”” at the Inglis Newmarket Stable in Randwick.

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