Exciting filly updates Natural Blitz

Mogumber Park sire Natural Blitz received an international update to his pedigree on Saturday and there’s another local one looming in the weeks ahead.

Natural Blitz (Dehere) is from a family of stakes winners.  His NZ bred dam Mohave Dancer (Zabeel) was a Listed winner of the AJC Reginald Allen Hcp and her Sunspeed son claimed G2 victories in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

His younger half-sister Our Mohave (Fusaichi Pegasus) provided more black-type when her exciting filly Mohave Princess won LR Devon Air Stakes at Clairwood on Saturday.  She was sent to South Africa as a foal after making $18,000 at the 2011 Magic Millions National Sale.

Mohave Princess (Mount Nelson) moved up smartly to collar Dubawi front-runner Magrooma down the straight course in Durban.  She asserted her authority in the final stages to win going away by over a length.  Trainer Gavin Van Zyl has numerous options for the filly during the July carnival.

Closer to home, Natural Blitz stayer Destroy will race second-up in the G3 Hyperion Stakes (1600m) at Belmont this Saturday.  The Jeff Noske trained gelding will climax a short winter campaign in the G3 Strickland Stakes (2000m) on June 29.

Destroy won the LR Bunbury Cup (2200m) in March and he is one of 14 first-crop winners by Natural Blitz.  They have saluted at a 61% strike-rate.

Mogumber Park’s Colin Brown has catalogued a well-bred Blackfriars colt at the Perth Magic Millions Winter yearling sale this Sunday.  Listed as Lot 67, he is a half-brother to winners in England and Hong Kong.

Natural Blitz also has a filly coming down from Temuka Park for Sunday’s Sale.  Catalogued as Lot 65, she is the first foal from a daughter of Ascot stakes winner Oxidation.


South African stakes winner related to Natural Blitz

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