There are exciting times ahead for Sequalo with two of his most promising fillies back in work after showing great potential during their two-year-old campaigns.
Back at the track last week, having enjoyed a short break after winning the Listed Hampden Stakes at Eagle Farm in early June, Missy Longstocking has been aimed by trainer LIam Birchley at Group One racing in Melbourne.
Likely to resume in mid to late September, Missy Longstocking will be set for the Group One Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington on Derby Day.
Meanwhile the Tony Gollan trained Epsilon (pictured last week) is in pre-training at Washpool Lodge - looking a treat after being given time to recover from a minor hamstring injury.
Impressing with a 4 3/4 length debut victory at the Sunshine Coast in late January, Epsilon was somewhat unlucky when defeated by Grey Countess at Eagle Farm a few weeks later.
As can been seen from the above photo she has thrived during her time away from the track and connections are excited about her spring return.