Stylish 2YO Winner for Supido

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Our progressive young sire Supido has had a flurry of recent winners and we can add promising two year-old King Yoshi to the list after his stylish victory at the Sunshine Coast on Friday.

Trained by Billy Healey, King Yoshi was third on debut last month and improved at his second start to power home and with the 1000m juvenile event by half a length as favourite.


A $75,000 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale purchase from the Middlebrook Valley Lodge draft for Billy Healey Racing / Furlong Thoroughbreds / SJC Thoroughbreds, King Yoshi is the second winner for Benella, a placed Not a Single Doubt three-quarter sister-in-blood to Group II winner Doubtland.

He was the most expensive yearling from the second crop of Supido.

Benella was one of 170 mares covered last spring by Supido in his biggest ever book of mares and the speedy son of Sebring is up running fifth on the Australian Second Season Sires List by earnings with 16 winners of $1.5million highlighted by his stakes-winning colts Buenos Noches and What You Need.