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French-bred Quaker Jet is one of the hottest trotting stallions in Australia at the moment.

The son of the great Love You Fra has had two group 1 winners in the past month.

And he also now has a daughter on track to have a big say in a group 2 in Harness Racing Victoria's Summer of Glory Carnival.

Fancy rounded out 2021 for Quaker Jet by saluting in the group 1 Vicbred Super Series 3yo trotting fillies final at Melton on New Year's Eve.

Fancy was one of 12 individual Australian-bred winners for Quaker Jet - his oldest crop was four years-old - for the season from 20 starters.

They won a total of 42 races.

Then the highly credentialled five-year-old mare Im Ready Jet landed Australia's first group 1 of 2022, the Maori Mile at Bendigo.

The two-year-old and three-year-old classic winning mare now has four group 1s to her name and is Quaker Jet's biggest earning Australian-bred foal.

Now another of his daughters is starting to make her mark.

La Serena has taken out the first two heats of the Vicbred Platinum Trotting Mares Sprint Championship and is on her way to the group 2 final at Melton on February 4.

in her second heat victory she led home a Quaker Jet quinella with Electrojet running second.

With all this happening for Quaker Jet, what better time to look at acquiring one of his foals.

Yabby Dam Farms is offering three lots by Quaker Jet at the Nutrien Equine Yearling Sale at Oaklands Junction on Sunday, April 3.

LOT 212 - QUAKER JET Fra-PAR ICI (Ready Cash Fra) Colt

This is Par Ici’s first foal.

She was sparingly raced, winning 1 of 12 starts and also being placed in the Group 1 Need For Speed Princess 3yo Final and Group 1 Vicbred Super Series 2yo fillies’ final.

Par Ici is out of NZ-bred mare This Way NZ to provide a Sundon US cross.

This Way’s only three foals to race are all winners, also including Honey Bourbon (Sam Bourbon Fra) 4 wins and This Quaker (Quaker Jet Fra) 2 wins.

This Way is also a full sister to Idid It Myway NZ (1:56.6, 16 wins, $217,307) and Any Old Way NZ (15 wins, $153,834).

LOT 218 - QUAKER JET Fra-PRETTY PEGGY SUE (Pegasus Spur US) filly

Pretty Peggy Sue has the distinction of being the dam of two Group 1 winners - Kinvara Sue (Yankee Spider US) and Pretty Majestic (Majestic Son Ca). Another foal Rave On Hall is Group1 placed.

Kinvara Sue won 13 times ($163,890) , being an outstanding 3yo when she posted 8 victories including the Group 1 Vicbred Super Series 3yo fillies’ final. She went on to take out the Group 1 Vicbred Super Series 4yo mares’ title as well.

Pretty Majestic had 10 wins for $170,000, winning the Group 1 Victoria Trotters’ Oaks.

She also raced in New Zealand, winning the Group 3 NZ Northern Trotting Stakes and being named the 2020 NZ Aged Trotting Mare of the Year.

Pretty Peggy Sue is a member of one of Australia’s most prolific-winning trotting families with her fourth dam being the legendary Maori Miss – dam of the great Maori’s idol.

Pretty Peggy Sue is out of Maorimoon, the dam of four winners, including Master Maori (Extrovert US) 26 wins, $203,875.

This colt is ELIGIBLE for Nutrien Sales Classic Series, Vicbred, Breeders Crown, New Zealand Sires Stakes and Victorian Need for Speed.

LOT 221 - QUAKER JET Fra-READY TO SHINE (Ready Cash Fra) Filly

A filly offering the increasing French bloodlines of legendary stallions Love You Fr – the sire of Quaker Jet Fra – and Ready Cash Fra, as well as Sundon US.

Ready To Shine is out of Adellas Dash NZ (Sundon US). Adellas Dash won 16 races, including the Group 1 Victoria Oaks.

Adellas Dash is a half-sister of Pocket Fantasy, the dam of last season's champion 2yo trotting Plymouth Chubb (1:56.6, 14 wins, $223,930) and 5 other winners.

The family also features champion NZ trotter Speeding Spur, which also raced with distinction in the United States in a career boasting 28 wins with a best 1:52.8 and $1.3m in stakes.

Adellas Dash is the dam of 4 winners, including Glenferrie Dreamer (Dream Vacation US) 1:52.8, $332.841 and Glenferrie Burn (Muscle Hill US) 1:55.5, 18 wins, $234,430.

This is Ready To Shine’s first foal.

This colt is ELIGIBLE for Nutrien Sales Classic Series, Vicbred, Breeders Crown, New Zealand Sires Stakes and Victorian Need for Speed.

Photo: FANCY

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