Lion roars at Geelong

Lion roars at Geelong19 Apr 2021

Logan Street Lion looks to have the brightest of futures, judging by the quality of performance he delivered on debut at Geelong.

The 3-year-old son of Tavistock made his first appearance on Tuesday and in the hands of Damian Lane sat on the pace and drew clear with ease to post an impressive two length victory.

He is prepared by master trainer Chris Waller and on the strength of that effort won’t have any trouble adding to his record against stronger opposition.

Logan Street Lion was bred by Tim Harrison and purchased out of Te Runga Stud’s draft at the New Zealand Bloodstock National Yearling Sale by Albert Bosma’s Go Racing syndication company for $120,000.

He is a son of the Stravinsky mare Napa Sky, who won three times and finished runner-up in the G3 Research Stakes.

She is now the dam of six winners and is a sister to the G2 Tatt’s Winter Stakes winner La Sizeranne and a half-sister to the dam of Tavistock’s G1 Australian Derby winner Tavago.