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New winner for
first-season sire Multiplex

FIRST-SEASON sire Multiplex, the son of Danehill who stands at Mickley Stud, got a sixth winner today when Radio Gaga won the 6f maiden at Haydock on her racecourse debut.

Radio Gaga was bred by Mickley Stud and he is owned by Multiplex Racing and trained by Ed McMahon. She has not been through a sale ring.

She is a half-sister to Obe Gold (Namaqualand), a 15-time winner who was successful once at Listred level, and to Ardbrae Lady, the filly by Overbury (better known as a NH sire) who won the Express Stakes and finished third in the Moyglare Stakes (G1).

Multiplex is from the Juddmonte family of Warning, Commander In Chief and Rainbow Quest. His best performance on the track was when taking the Prix La Rochette (G3), finishing second in the Prix du Chemin de Fer du Nord to Spirito Del Vento and when third in the Prix Messidor (G3) to Stormy River.

He retired to stud at a fee of £4,000, which fell to £3,000 for the past two seasons. His four yearlings at the recent DBS Premier Sale averaged £12,000 with a top price of £20,000.

Multiplex has had 14 runners so far, with Luv U Forever achieving a Listed placing.




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