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Manduro: notched up his ninth winner on Tuesday

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Jericho a new winner
for young sire Manduro

MANDURO notched up another first-crop winner on Tuesday when Jericho obliged in the 7f maiden at Wolverhampton. Jamie Osborne's three-year-old, who was making his first start since being gelded, is the ninth winner for his sire, who stands at Kildangan Stud for €10,000.

A €55,000 Goffs November foal purchase by Lynn Lodge Stud, Jericho was unsold at 48,000gns at Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Sale and again for 20,000gns at last year's Tattersalls Craven Breeze-up Sale.

Jericho is a half-brother to four winners, including the talented sprinter Indian Haven, and out of the Listed-placed Jinsiyah, a daughter of Housebuster who is related to the Kentucky Derby-winning filly Winning Colors.

Multiple Group 1 winner Manduro made a striking impression with his first crop last season, with his representatives headed by the Criterium de Saint-Cloud hero Mandaean and Andrew Balding's Group 1-placed colt Bonfire.




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