Savabeel filly hits the mark at Karaka

 
Savabeel filly hits the mark at Karaka27 Jan 2020

Cambridge Stud enjoyed another good sale when Te Akau went to $360,000 for a Savabeel filly sold on behalf of Max Whitby.

“She’s a really good sort of filly, one for the race (Karaka Million) and typical of the progeny by this unbelievable sire,” David Ellis.

“The filly has plenty of class and a strong pedigree. She’s a natural runner and from a filly that won on debut as a two-year-old when beating our Champion Two-Year-Old Warhorse, so that shows what a good filly she was."

The Savabeel youngster is out of the Karaka Million runner-up and Group One performer Silk Pins.

“She’s always been one of our standouts in the draft and bred on the same Savabeel - Pins cross as Probabeel. It’s a cross that has worked very well,” Cambridge Stud’s Scott Calder said.

“Silk Pins was a very good two-year-old and this filly has always looked very sharp.

“She looks like a Savabeel filly that will run early. Hopefully she’s one that you can start thinking about campaigning towards the Karaka Million.”