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Crystal Bound for Spring Riches

The Noorilim Park bred and part owned Not A Single Doubt filly has top class spring racing in her sights.

Heading to the races for only the third time, the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace trained filly won the Listed Cap D'Antibes Stakes (1100m) down the Flemington Straight.


Bred by Noorilim Park, she is the 2018 foal out of Zabeel mare Crystalised (NZ). Crystal Bound showed great sprint and could now head to the Danehill Stakes or the Thoroughbred Club Stakes, with a chance to then run in the Manikato Stakes or the Coolmore Stud Stakes.


Read about her win on racing.com here, or on breednet here.

She was sold as lot 211 at the 2020 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale for $400,000.


Noorilim Park-bred horses had a great weekend, as Easy Single, the first foal from Special Lover, won at Swan Hill on Friday. The streak continued on Sunday when Crystal Dynasty (Tavistock), the half sister to Crystal Bound, broke her maiden at Donald on Sunday.


The success is particularly rewarding for Noorilim Park given their long term investment in the family. Peter Carrick paid $1.3m for Crystalised as a yearling at the 2010 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale.


Crystalised has a yearling colt by Impending and will be covered by Farnan this week.



Given all were born and raised on the rich, Goulburn Valley pastures of Noorilim Park, it's no surprise to see their success this spring.






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