There is so much to like about this filly. She is very sensible, has size (currently 14.3 ½ hands) and is a willing worker. She looks the type that could earn you some serious money in the 2015/16 racing season.
Now just in case you haven’t heard much about the cleverly named stallion Always A Virgin – he is a millionaire son of the great Western Ideal. He sired the USTA 3yo Pacing Filly of the Year in 2014 – Colours A Virgin – as well as a colt that many good judges regarded as the best of the three year old boys – Always B Miki.
In Australia his oldest progeny are now just three year olds and the filly Lovelist is a name worth remembering when the Victorian and NSW Oaks are run. She currently has six wins from ten starts on her report card.
If this filly turns out to be a little special, she is also eligible for the lucrative NSW Breeders Challenge Series and Australasian Breeders Crown.
Don’t sit on your hands early in the sale and let a ticket in a $100,000 race pass you by – this could be the winning ticket.