Indiana Horse Racing Commission

First Winner for Michigan Sire Zulu Magic

Zulu Magic

Zulu Magic

Michigan stallion Zulu Magic got his first winner on August 19 when his daughter Poof Its Magic scored a 10-1 upset in a $20,000 allowance prep race for the Michigan Sire Stakes at Hazel Park. It was the first career start for the 2-year-old filly, and she won by 2 ¼ lengths in a time of :48.52 for four furlongs. The Michigan-bred runs for breeder and owner Jenny Barbeau and is trained by Reid Gross. Wayne Barnett had the riding call.

Zulu Magic, a multiple winning son of champion and Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) winner Johannesburg, stood the 2016 breeding season at Davidson’s Tracks-N-Time LLC in Midland, Michigan.

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