A colt by The Brothers War x Maltese (Tale Of The Cat (USA)) was the star of the morning last week at Lindsay Park Racing in Euroa recording the quickest furlong for the day for the first-year progeny.
In what was a very impressive display, the colt was thoroughly enjoying his work with trainer Tom Dabernig heard on the commentary saying ‘I really like this colt a lot’.
Peter Moody was also very impressed with colt at the Magic Millions Yearling Sale in January in which he said ‘'I loved this colt and I am rapt we are bringing him home' after purchasing the colt for Wylie Dalziel Racing.
“He was always a lovely neat colt” remembers Kooringal Stud Manager Angus Lamont, in what seems very typical of the breed, “they are maturing early, light on their feet and very precocious” he said.

A number of The Brothers War yearlings have been broken in and are heading to trainers predominately throughout NSW and the ACT, which will be for outright sale or with shares available.
Lamont acknowledged that there was only a small number of yearlings by The Brothers War at the various sales this year but “we were thrilled with the response we had from buyers that were keen to see more.”
There has also been very good reports coming out from well-respected breakers including the likes of Ryan Pendergast. 
Pendergast worked for several years as the breaker for Gai Waterhouse at Randwick and has extensive knowledge of handling and breaking in young racehorses.
“We have broken in a number of yearlings this year by The Brothers War, we have found them to be quite tractable with great attitudes. They have been naturally well balanced and move nicely over the ground”, Pendergast said.
Pendergast went on to say, “all in all we have seen some really nice The Brothers War Yearlings pass through here so far and we are quite keen to see the first of them reach the racetrack.”
A number of The Brothers War yearlings have also spent time at Clayton and Michelle Russell learning their craft and have also left a big impression. 
The Brothers War is producing “very smart yearlings and we are confident they will hit the track with an early 2-year old impact of runners”, they are “tough and athletic well-balanced horses” Russell said.