SAROA Owner of the Month for December – Bevan and Lynette Crowell

SAROA Owner of the Month award for December went to Bevan and Lynette Crowell who had wins with Magic Dee, One More Jack (pictured above) and Lady Pavli Chenko. Bevan chats to Gary and Matt on the Punter’s Club

Our Owner of the Month award for December, was awarded to Bevan and Lynette Crowell for the wins of Magic Dee, Lady Pavli Chenko and One More Jack.

The Crowell’s told us that:

Our current horses racing with Shane Oxlade include Magic Dee, Lady Pavli CHenko, One More Jack, Follow the Prompts, Manor King  Lady Berlinetta & Touch.

Previous horses include Ustinov’s Fury, It’s Been a Battle & Famous Jayne.

We have a few more only just in training or being broken in and all are trained by Shane.

We have been with Shane for close to 10 years with our relationship going way past racing.

Magic Dee (by Zebedee) out of the Magnus mare Stardust One has had 9 starts for 1 win, 4 seconds and 2 thirds and shows plenty of promise. She was bred by SAROA member Ralph Satchell, her sire unfortunately passed away in October last year. Magic Dee was the first foal of the dam who has also foaled a filly by Mint Lane.

Stardust One is out of a Marscay mare Dubai Dream who has left a stakes winner Al Dhafra (by Fusaichi Pegasus) winner of seven races and over $300,000, her only other performer of note is French Fantasy (by French Deputy) a winner of three races and dam of good winners in Ellie’s Encore (by Choisir) and her full sisters Peggy’s Cove and Portland Place and the Excelebration colt Dodecanese.

Lady Pavli Chenko (by Shooting To Win) has also shown ability, she is out of the Commands mare Capital Commander, an excellent performer winner of nine and of around $435,000. Lady Pavli Chenko like her stablemate Magic Dee is a first foal of the mare with one other named filly Adventura (by I Am Invincible) who is yet to race.

The granddam is the oddly named Chicken Little (by Telesto) also a handy winner and has also left Little Favours (by Favelon) winner of more than $120,000

At the time of writing One More Jack (by Typhon) had won three in a row, starting at Port Lincoln and then winning two at home track Strathalbyn. The stallion stands at Glenrae Stud at Port Broughton and is the sire of Artful Rambler and Balwarra Gold amongst others. One More Jack is out of the Hussonet mare Husson Spirit and is a home bred. She has also left Balwarra Spirit.

The granddam Ispirata (by Lure) was bred in Ireland and has left others including four time winner The Hussy (again by Hussonet). The third dam Ispahan bred a Group I winner in France, Cloudings.

One More Jack while not fashionably bred shows a lot of potential and we wish Bevan and Lynette the very best with him and their other horses.