Yarraman Park’s flagship sire I am Invincible has had a benchmark season and a big part of his success has come from his two year-olds, who include stylish debut winner Fleeting Feeling, who saluted at Cranbourne on Thursday. Trained by Tony McEvoy, Fleeting Feeling carries the colours of well-known owners Graham and Linda Huddy and scored a long neck win in the 1000 metre maiden.
A $260,000 Inglis Easter purchase for McEvoy Mitchell Racing / R Connolly from the Yarraman Park draft, Fleeting Feeling is a full sister to metropolitan winners I’ll Decide and I Am Impressed, so only has to be as good as her siblings to be winning in town. She is the third winner for Octagonal mare Impressions, a full sister to Group II winner Hosannah, the dam of Group II winner Altar.
I Am Invincible has sired 25 Australian two year-old winners this season including three stakes-winners in Houtzen, Invincible star and Kobayashi.
He is fully booked at a fee of $110,000 this spring.