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Bluebloods : Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale 2013
February 2013 49 brother to Wilkes (FR)). Nicobar has had just 13 runners but 11 have earned prizemoney (five winners). Dunaden's dam La Marlia is an unraced daughter of Kaldouneevees (a grandson of Caro) and from the unraced La Rotunda (by Romildo, a son of Busted) while the next dam Sugarberry raced twice and is by Comrade in Arms (Brigadier Gerard). Between them his first three dams had 21 foals, 13 raced and four won, Dunaden of course is easily the best. His fourth and fifth dams Maple Sugar (Northern Treat) and Bayleaf (by Roybet, a son of Le Fabuleux and from Si Sage by Sicambre) produced six winners between them, the best being Gr.3 placed Northern Spy, a brother to Sugarberry. This is family 4d (tracing to English 1000 Guineas winner Manganese) and Dunaden's sixth dam Si Sage, bred in 1963, won the Prix de Malleret. Dunaden's 10th dam Terre de Sienne (Alcantra II-Basse Terre by Omnium II)), born in 1913, is a half-sister to the outstanding French performer (Grand Prix de Paris, Prix Royal Oak) and Champion French Sire (1921, 24, 29) Bruleur (Chouberski) and to the Gr.1 winner and good broodmare Basse Pointe (Simonian). Dunaden, a rare survivor of the Tourbillon male line, has Klairon 5mx6f, Northern Dancer 5mx6m and Grey Sovereign 6fx6m. Dunaden was bred in France by Comte Edouard Decazes de Glucksburg, who has had the distaff line for many generations and is a member of a family with a long history as thoroughbred breeders. Comte Edouard, born in 1921, is a son of businessman and thoroughbred breeder Victor Louis Jean Severe Decazes de Glucksberg, fourth Duc de Decazes, and Marie Catherine Germaine Couturie (daughter of the owners of the famous thoroughbred nursery Chateau de Mesnil). Lucas Cranach THIS German-bred horse was third behind Dunaden (1.4 lengths) in the 2011 Melbourne Cup after a close fifth in the Caulfield Cup on his Australian debut. He beat fellow imports Illo and Manighar in the MRC Peter Young Stakes-Gr.2 (1800m) the following February at his next outing, but it was to be his final start and he was retired this January after being injured in training. After an unplaced run at two in Germany, Lucas Cranach (Mamool-Lots of Love by Java Gold) won his first four starts at three, the first three at 2400m in Germany and then a Listed event at 2100m in France in November 2010. He won a Gr.2 in Germany and was runner-up in a Listed event in France (both 2400m) before a fifth of 10 in the Grosser Preis von Berlin-Gr.1 behind Arc winner Danedream before his sale to Australia. He retires with a record of six wins and two placings in 12 starts for earnings of $814,000. He is a great-grandson of Sadler's Wells and is inbred to that horse's sire Northern Dancer 4m,5mx5m. His sire Mamool (In The Wings-Genovefa by Woodman (USA)) counted the Grosser Preis von Baden-Gr.1 and the Cologne Preis-Gr.1 in Germany and the Yorkshire Cup-Gr.2 among 10 wins (1600m-3250m), while his dam Lots of Love (by the Graustark grandson Java Gold) won four races at a mile in Germany up to Listed level and produced four winners. She is a daughter of a stakes placed juvenile winner Lost Love (Acatanengo- L'Oise by Alpenkonig). Next dam Lara (Botticelli) is a half-sister to six stakes winners. This is family 16 and his fifth dam Loire by Neckar was an outstanding broodmare in Germany and hails from the family of German Derby winner and sire Anthanasius (Ferro). Mawingo DOOMBEN Cup winner Mawingo was also sourced in Europe by Australian Bloodstock (co-director Jamie Lovett) and this team also raced Lucas Cranach, but their success has come at a cost. "On the back of Lucas Cranach we were able to buy Mawingo," Lovett said, "but now everyone is taking notice of the German form, and getting a horse like Lucas Cranach has made it hard for all us to buy at the right price." Mawingo won two of his seven starts in Europe including Munich Bavarian Classic-Gr.3 (2000m) and was fourth in the German Derby-Gr.1 and fifth in the Premio Roma-Gr.1. He won over 1600m at Flemington on debut in April 2012 and trainer Anthony Freedman took him straight to Brisbane where he was third in the Hollindale Stakes-Gr.2 before beating Lights of Heaven in the 2000m Doomben Cup-Gr.1 (another import, Manighar, was third). He was third in the Brisbane Cup- Gr.2 (2400m). Two trial wins later in the year were followed by two unplaced runs and he hasn't appeared since an eighth of 14 behind Ocean Park in the Underwood-Gr.1 on September 22. His sire Tertullian (Miswaki-Turbaine by Trempolino) won 12 races up to 1500m in Europe, several at Gr.3 level and has sired more than 100 winners (11SW). His dam Montfleur (Sadler's Wells) was unplaced in two starts and her dam is the Gr.3 winner Mackie (Summer Squall), dam of six winners including stakes winners Mr Mellon (Red Ransom) and Seeking the Best (Seeking the Gold). She is a half-sister to Kentucky Derby-Gr.1 winner Sea Hero, Gr.1 winner and sire Hero's Honor and Gr.2 winners Glowing Honor and Wild Applause (dam of sires Eastern Echo and Roar) out of stakes winner Glowing Tribute (Graustark). Mawingo's seventh dam is La Troienne (Teddy), one of the great names in thoroughbred pedigrees. 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