Dundeel x New York Lights filly - Missy


About Missy (Dundeel x New York Lights)

miRunners owns 100% of Missy who is a stunning grey filly. miRunners acquired her for $67,500 at the Inglis HTBA sale at Riverside, Sydney in April 2024.

Missy is by multiple Group 1 producing Stallion Dundeel out of the Manhattan Rain mare New York Lights. At the time of writing Dundeel has produced 52 stakes performers, 28 stakes winners, 8 group 1 winners with standouts being the likes of Celestial Legend, Militarize, Super Seth, Castelvecchio, She’s Ideel, Hope In Your Heart and Atyaab. As a racehorse Dundeel had 19 starts for 10 wins 4 seconds and a third amassing $5,392,165 in prizemoney. Major wins for Dundeel included:

Gloaming Stakes (2012)

Spring Champion Stakes (2012)

Randwick Guineas (2013)

Rosehill Guineas (2013)

Australian Derby (2013)

Underwood Stakes (2013)

Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2014)

Dundeel was the horse of the Year in NZ in 2013-14, Champion 3YO in NZ in 2012-13, champion Middle Distance Male in Australia & NZ in 2013-14.

New York Lights is an 8 year old mare by Manhattan Rain and is a three quarter sister to Moonovermanhattan. This is her second foal, her first foal is a two year old.



All you need to know about trainers Peter Moody and Katherine Coleman

Missy is trained in Victoria by multiple group 1 winning trainers Peter Moody and Katherine Coleman who are based at Pakenham. Peter Moody is one of Australia’s leading trainers, boasting over 60 Gr1 wins to his name. His illustrious career includes conditioning the world’s highest-rated galloper, Black Caviar, as well as training other notable champions like Typhoon Tracy and Dissident. With career prizemoney exceeding 170 million dollars, Moody’s impact on horse racing is undeniable.

Katherine Coleman, previously worked as an assistant trainer, has been an integral part of Moody Racing for over a decade. In 2023, she joined forces with Peter Moody to form a training partnership. Together, they continue to make waves in the horse racing world. Notably, their first season in partnership saw 28 of their 44 race wins achieved by fillies or mares, demonstrating a successful “ladies first” strategy.