A winning double at Thursday's Cranbourne pushed stallion Written Tycoon to 151 winners for the season.
Impressive first starter Pippie from Chris Meagher's Mornington stable and Jealous Tycoon were Written Tycoon's winners in what has been a magnificent 2017-18 season for the champion Victorian stallion.
A chestnut filly, Pippie is the first foal of the six race winning Coupe Express and she was purchased by John Meagher from the 2017 Inglis Classic Sale for long-time stable clients Heran Brothers from Queensland.
She was consigned by Queensland's Eureka Stud and was knocked down for $60,000.
Ontrack Thoroughbreds Managing Director said Written Tycoon has been one of the shining lights in the current season, thanks to the exploits of his brilliant son Written By, winner of the Blue Diamond Stakes.
"To be fair, Written Tycoon has probably had the biggest mountain to climb of all the leading stallions in Australia. He started off a fairly modest service fee of $8250 and it's fair to say his early books were average mares.
"It's extremely hard for a horse to make such an impact off a low fee base, but first crop youngsters such as the Group One placegetter Masthead, Written Consent and Trump pushed their sire ahead of much higher profile stallions.
"Since then he has been a revelation and he's achieved a phenomenal 73% winners to runners, including five Group One winners and two champion two-year-old colts in Capitalist and Written By.
"I've had a liking for the Written Tycoons for a while and came close to buying Winning Rupert as a yearling and bought a stunning Written Tycoon colt at the Inglis Sales this year.
"He's a real head turner and will go to Bjorn Baker at Warwick Farm after being broken in by Paul Blattman at Whispering Pines in New South Wales.
"He reminds me very much of Brazen Beau at the same time and is from a mare who has thrown two promising horses so far at stud," said Grant Morgan