Hungry Heart retires

Daughter of Frankel joins Yulong's broodmare band

HUNGRY HEART winning the The Star Australian Oaks at Randwick in Australia.
HUNGRY HEART winning the The Star Australian Oaks at Randwick in Australia. Picture: Steve Hart

Dual Group 1 winner Hungry Heart (Frankel) has retired from racing and will join Yulong's broodmare band. 

Trained by Chris Waller, the daughter of Frankel (Galileo) has won four of her 21 starts and placed in a further five with her biggest victories coming in the Group 1 Australian Oaks (2400m) and Vinery Stud Stakes (2000m) last year. Bred by Yulong, Hungry Heart's prize money earnings totals over $1.75 million. 

"Our aim at Yulong is to raise elite Champion racehorses," said Yulong's racing, sales and nominations manager, Troy Stephens.

"Hungry Heart, having been raised at our Nagambie base, gives our team a great deal of confidence in our systems and way we are raising our stock."


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