Half-Sister to Oaks Winner by Shamus Award

 In 2015

Gilgai Farm have Tweeted a stunning picture of the half-sister to Group I VRC Oaks winner Jameka by Cox Plate winner Shamus Award.

FShamusawardxminegame_400The filly is the fourth foal for Mine Game, a modest winner by General Nediym that was bought as a Magic Millions Yearling back in 2007 for $190,000 by bloodstock agent Dermot Farrington as agent for Gilgai Farm.

Her first two foals are now winners with Myboycharlie (IRE) filly Jameka hitting the jackpot this spring with her resounding win in the Group I VRC Oaks.

Cox Plate and Australian Guineas winner Shamus Award covered 165 mares in his first season at Widden Stud last spring and has some sensational foals on the ground.