Pups For Sale
Trick x Tulla Misty
Spiral Nikita x Castlerea Delia
Polnoon Chief x Lemon Misty
Whelped 2nd August
**1 dog 2 bitches -
variety of colours**
Sire: Special Trick
Special Trick needs no introduction, a
winner of 33 open races at 8 different tracks and a career in big race competitions both sides of the water over both 4 and
6 bends. He reached a total of 6 category one finals and his biggest achievements include; Runner Up in the Gymcrack, Derby
Semi Finalist, Irish Derby Quarter Finalst, Sussex Cup Finalist, Grand Prix Winner, St Leger Finalist, Prestige Finalist,
Silver Collar Finalist, Corn Cuchullian Finalist and Ballyregan Bob Memorial Winner. He was one of the most game, consistent
and genuine racers of his time, retiring after near 100 races injury free.
Special Trick is extremely well bred,
he is sired by the legendary Spiral Nikita and out of top open race producer Castlerea Delia. Delia has thrown numerous top
open racers including Connoisseur, Special Event, Shaun Me Boy, Sofem etc.
Dam: Tulla Misty
Tulla Misty was top grade at Romford in her racing days, as well as winning at Thurles, Ireland. Her
breeding is second to none, and her damline is constantly producing open race winners. Her dam Lemon Misty has thrown numerous
open winners, and her grand-dam Lemon Miss threw stud dog Droopys Merson as well as many other top class trackers.
Her Dam Lemon
Misty has thrown the likes of:
Walking Sunday -
Finalist in the St Mungo Cup 2002, Finalist in the Â£5000 Regal Gold Cup 2003.
Noirs Jo - Who earned
a rating of 108 (Meldrum) for his run over Romfords 225m course, He was also a neck off Catfords Sprint Track Record, Now
Stands at stud in Sweeden.
Tulla Blackie - Irish
Puppy Derby Finalist 1998, Now Stands at stud in Ireland.
Mr President - Irish
Derby Semi Finalist 2001.
Lodge Dilemma - Winner
of open races Romford, Mildenall, Harlow and Walthamstow.
Bunsamania - Finalist
Enniscorthy Puppy Stake 1998.
Lemon Miss has thrown the likes of:
Lemon Sash - Runner
Up Red Mills Cup 2001 Kilkenny, Champion Unraced Stake Winner 2001 Kilkenny, Winner Cox Cup 2000 Newbridge, Winner Guinness
Trophy Final 2001 Cork, Winner Red Mills Guineas 2001 Waterford, Finalist Longford Derby 2002.
Droopys Merson -
Runner Up Puppy Classic 1998, Regal Puppy Derby Finalist 1998, Winner Blue Ribband 1998, Finalist Scottish Derby 2001, Successful
Lemon Trooper - Winner
Cork Guinness Trophy 1996, Finalist Cork Guinness Trophy 1997, Finalist Red Mills Guineas 1997 Waterford, Finalist Regal 600
1997 Waterford, Retired to Stud.
Lemon Rob - 4th in
the Bar One International 1995 Dundalk, Retired to Stud.
Lemon Smokey - Runner
Up Egan Catering Leger 1995 Shelbourne Park. Retired to Stud (Sired Double T/Rec Holder: Pretty Smokey - Thurles).
is sired by successful stud dog Polnoon Chief who has already established himself as a successful damsire. His daughters have
thrown dogs such as Ace Honcho, Solid Magic, Form of Magic, Deejay Scores to name a few.
These pups are extremely
well bred, being out of Tulla Misty who has a fantastic damline well known for throwing big open race winners and sired by
Polnoon Chief who is proving to be a very good damsire. They are sired by one of the UK’s most exciting new stud dogs,
who is sired by the legendary Spiral Nikita who has thrown many classic winners and out of Castlerea Delia who is a top open
race producer whose offspring have won opens at 23 different tracks.
~ Bitches Â£600
**Â£1200 FOR A PAIR**
Now earmarked and
available to buy!
They are now nearing a year old,
so in excess of Â£400 has already been saved on rearing costs. The pups will be ready to start schooling in
the late summer and hopefully ready to race by the end of the year. A good buy and you wont have to wait long till the exciting
part starts, schooling!
Only for sale at such rock
bottom prices due to us being overstocked with pups at present.
Pups can be reared on for
Â£3 a day at current establishment.
You can go to visit the pups and
choose which one you want or you can choose from the list of earmarks.
on 07976 729 553
Taken end of Nov 2005
Apologies for the quality,
but its hard to get a clear photo when they are charging round the fields.