Spy Master. Image: Candiese Lenferna
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Willow Magic Stepping Out

Spy Master. Image: Candiese Lenferna
Spy Master. Image: Candiese Lenferna

Willow Magic has enjoyed three winners and three places in three days.

The Bush Hill resident son of world champions stud phenomenon Dubawi is enjoying a purple patch country wide.

With MK’s Pride getting a much deserved Gr1 win on Saturday, Peter Muscutt stepped out a handsome bay out of a Var mare won third time out after placing in both of his previous starts. Spy Master was ridden by Donovan Dillon over the mile on the Polytrack. The 3yo colt is owned by Mauritian owner Mr Gujadhur and was bred by Riethuiskraal Stud.

Cup Of Magic followed up closely to finish a flying third in the same race, bred by Clifton Stud.

Willow Lane was next to feature at Turffontein. The Bush Hill bred four year old filly won for the third occasion, over a mile for SA’s current leading trainer on the log, Paul Peter – who also trained Gr1 winner MK’s Pride.

Miss Magician placed on Monday. Image: Candiese Lenferna

Miss Magician (owned in partnership by Sean Tarry and the Magical Lady Syndicated headed up by the Racing Association’s head lady Natalie Turner), and Magical Flight also followed up with places at Hollywoodbets Greyville and Turffontein respectively.

Willow Magic has three yearlings on offer at the upcoming National Yearling Sale – Lot 199 is a half-brother to the talented Coin Spinner consigned by Blue Sky Thoroughbreds; Lot 122 is a half-brother to this weeks winner Mix The Magic – out of a half-sister to Hong Kong Gr3 winner Nassa and Gr1 winner Wagner. Lot 115 is out of a full sister to Daring Diva, being consigned by Blue Sky Thoroughbreds as Agent.

Well done to all concerned.

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