Certainly No Everyday Lady

In Bloodstock & Breeding, Farm News, Thoroughbred Racing by Ben Ready

Listed-winning Charge Forward mare Everyday Lady will form part of Aquis Farm’s exciting Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale draft, added as Lot 1875 in the Supplementary catalogue.

A winner of the Listed Manihi Classic in March, the 4yo mare was at unlucky runner next time out when beaten just over a length and a half at Listed level by Despatch, who would go on to claim the Gr.1 Goodwood Handicap two runs later.

Continuing to highlight her class, the Will Clarken-trained mare finished a solid fourth last start in the Gr.1 Robert Sangster Stakes, beaten just two lengths, finishing in front of Lady Cosmology who franked the form with victory in the Gr.3 Proud Miss Stakes next time out.

Currently racing in tremendous heart, Everyday Lady holds nominations for numerous Group and Listed races during the Brisbane Winter Carnival including the Gr.2 Moreton Cup, the Listed Lightning Handicap and the Listed Helen Coughlan Stakes on June 1, with the mare being aimed towards the Gr.1 Tatts Tiara June 22.

Everyday Lady is out of the Redoute’s Choice mare Any Other Day, a half-sister to the Gr.3 winners Phantom Thief and Saturday Fever, this is the family of Champion 3YO and Horse of the Year Weekend Hussler as well as Husson’s dual Gr.1 winner Lucky Hussler.

The only stakes-winning daughter by Charge Forward catalogued in the Broodmare sale, breeders will be well aware of the success the son of Red Ransom has achieved as a broodmare sire, producing the triple Gr.1 winner and Magic Millions 2YO Classic winner Sunlight, Gr.1 Golden Slipper winners Estijaab and She Will Reign, as well as this season’s Gr.2 Silver Slipper Stakes winner Time To Reign.

It is also interesting to take note of that fact that stakes-winning daughters of Charge Forward have been responsible for two of his three Gr.1 winners as a broodmare sire.

One of 42 broodmares and race fillies catalogued by Aquis Farm in the sale, buyers have the opportunity to purchase outstanding bloodlines in foal to a host of exciting young stallions including Aquis Farm’s own Kiss And Make Up, Divine Prophet and Spieth.