The exciting and impressive colt with incredible bloodlines is close to selling out with only limited units remaining in the David Hayes-trained filly.
A son of one of the most exciting sires in Australia racing, Zoustar, this colt has taken to training really well with his temperament, that of a champion and future stallion. He is laid back, casual and focused: an absolute cool customer which has reflected in his breaking and pre-training. It’s those types of horses which have the potential to be stallions.
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The bloodlines also speak for themselves. Zoustar progeny is some of the hottest property in the sale years [and on the racetrack] this season and that’s not even mentioning that this colt’s maternal bloodlines include the legendary Canny Lad.
The miRunners concept sees premium racehorses matched up with Australia’s top trainers with the cost split into 1,000 units to make thoroughbred ownership affordable for all Australians.
With only limited units remaining, you will have to move quickly if you want to buy-into this exciting colt with units available for $275 plus a monthly fee of $15 for your first unit (and $5 for any additional units).
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miRunners was able to purchase Zoushack for only $275,000 at the 2018 Gold Coast Magic Millions. It took a touch of fortune and good timing as only three days later, Zoustar’s Sunlight won the Magic Millions Classic which would have driven the cost higher than miRunners’ budget.
The further success of Zoustar progeny means that it will be unlikely that miRunners will ever be able to afford a Zoustar colt or filly ever again. We spoke to miRunners’ Head of Bloodstock Mick Malone who confirmed this.
“If the Zoustar x Shack colt was going through the sales ring today he would be fetching somewhere between $400,000-$600,000,” explained Malone.
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“After seeing his development again last week I am thinking it would be at the upper end of this range. We absolutely love him.”
Once miRunners’ horses sell out you cannot buy into them. This is your one and only chance to buy into this Zoustar colt and will almost certainly be the last time a Zoustar colt will be offered at only $275 per ownership unit.