Dancer’s Rose blooms

Heading to the races for her fourth start, the Corumbene Stud-bred and sold Dancer’s Rose produced the goods on June 22, breaking her maiden by a nose in the Quality Cutting Tools Maiden Plate over 1600m at Kembla Grange.

Purchased from the 2012 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale from the draft of Corumbene Stud, Dancer’s Rose was knocked down to Randwick Bloodstock Agency for $225,000.

By Dehere, the filly is out of the Corumbene Stud-bred and raced Danehill Dancer mare Kylie, a winning half-sister to the Listed winner Willy Jimmy. A grand-daughter of the Group Three WH Stock Stakes and Rose Of Kingston Stakes winner Hula Wonder, Dancer’s Rose (pictured below) is raced by Ralph Johns Family Syn (Mgr: R Johns), C T Blake, S Kaddour, S Nicholas, P P Saad & Mrs J Blake and is trained by David Payne.

The first foal to race from the mare, Kyle’s second foal was unfortunately destroyed, and the mare is now currently in foal to the G1 Golden Slipper winner Sebring, who was also bred and sold by Corumbene Stud.

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