Three-year-old Pandemic provided Sepoy with another impressive city winner when saluting by 1.3 lengths eased down on the Kensington track at Randwick under the guidance of jockey Tommy Berry on Saturday, 17 August for the Godolphin stable.
Nineteen minutes later, three-year-old stablemate Landstrasse provided another head-turning performance breaking his maiden by two lengths at Kembla Grange.
Just seven days earlier, the Godolphin stable celebrated the win of their three-year-old son of Sepoy, Subedar, who kicked off the nine-race card at Rosehill Gardens winning the race one.
Three races later, Sepoy's superstar daughter Alizee added a seventh victory at Group level to her race record easily winning the G2 Missile Stakes over 1,200m under the guidance of jockey Hugh Bowman.
Sepoy stands at Northwood Park, VIC this season at a fee of $11,000 including GST.