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When Carlton House quietly disappeared from the Darley stallion roster after just two seasons it contrasted to a career where he was rarely out of the headlines.
Entries are now open for Australasia's leading horses in training sale, New Zealand Bloodstock's Ready to Run Sale of 2YOs, to be held on 20 & 21 November.
Bred and raced by industry powerhouse, Gooree Park Stud, Fighting Sun 2YO, Battle Guardian, has made a hugely impressive debut at Gosford today, winning the Ettalong Diggers Handicap over 1000m.
Horowhenua horseman Chris Rutten has confirmed the sale of dual Group One winning two-year-old, Yourdeel, to Hong Kong.
The ill-fated Atlante sired his first winner at Hastings on Thursday when Callsign Mav took out the NZB Insurance Pearl Series Race (800m).
Matamata trainer Jamie Richards is poised to make an impact at the 2019 New Zealand Thoroughbred Horse of the Year Awards.
Beaten into second place when making his career debut at over 1500 metres at Hawkesbury on July 4, the 3yo Fastnet Rock gelding Dambulla made no mistake at his second try with a dominant performance over 1600 metres at Gosford on Thursday.
Lyndhurst Stud’s long-time front-runner Better Than Ready continues to repel the formidable challenges of Deep Field and Rubick for number of individual winners by a first season sire after Golly Hut broke his maiden at the Sunshine Coast on Wednesday to become winner number 21.
After tracking a five-horse speed battle, Raquel Clark came with a well-timed finish on the Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas-trained filly Bless It Be to win a 1050m maiden at Balaklava on Wednesday to credit her sire Zebedee (GB) with his fourth winner from his first Australian crop.
Given a positive ride by Rachel King, Godolphin’s two-year-old Shooting To Win filly Special Snap broke her maiden over 1200 metres at Warwick Farm on Wednesday to credit her first season sire with his ninth individual winner.
Paris enhanced her already considerable value with a comfortable win at Cranbourne on Wednesday.
Mrs Bouquet has highlighted the toughness of the Toronado stock with two wins in four days in the UK.
Masar, the first horse to win the Derby carrying the blue silks of Godolphin, has been retired to join the Darley stallion roster.
Injury has forced the retirement of this season's French Group I-winning filly Siyarafina.
Pony Club was an important stage on Hugh Bowman’s pathway to a championship career as a jockey and regular rider of world champion racemare Winx.
Fresh Eyes Find Value
A change of scene can put a new perspective on a sire and the Smart Missile example has been lost on nobody, which is why we're looking with fresh eyes on this stallion, who packed his bags and departed the Hunter Valley earlier this year. MORE...
Trade Mares
The days of a blue hen being nurtured throughout her stud career by one farm to produce a well thought out dynasty of stakes-winners is something we see little of in Australia.
Victorian Stallion Parades in August
Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria (TBV) in conjunction with Victoria’s stallion farms, would like to invite you to the upcoming stallion parades across the state.
Sire Dynasties and G1 Success
Analysis of our 58 Australian Group I winners for this season reveals the Danehill sireline as still being the dominant force producing 15 Group I winners which is more than double the number of elite winners produced by the next best sireline.
STALLION ANNOUNCEMENTS 2019
Aquis Announce 2019 Service Fees
Following the announcement of Acclamation’s Group 1 Prix de la Foret winner Aclaim (GB)joining Aquis Farm for 2019, the Fung family are extremely proud to highlight another two outstanding stallions who will form part of one of Australia’s most exciting stallion rosters for the upcoming breeding season.
Dual G1 Winner Ace High to Stand at Rich Hill Stud
Rich Hill Stud will have a full hand to play in the coming breeding season after securing the dual Group One winner Ace High to join their stallion roster.
Fee Set for Grunt at Yulong
Multiple Group 1 winning Grunt(NZ) will spearhead Yulong Investments move into the stallion market in 2019, standing at the operation's Yulong Farm in Nagambie, Victoria for a fee of $13,750 inc.
World Champion sprinter Harry Angel to stand in Australia in 2019
World champion sprinter Harry Angel will join the Darley roster in Australia for the forthcoming breeding season, standing at Kelvinside.
NEW TO STUD 2019
Sire: Lonhro (Octagonal)
Dam: Yavanna (Redoute's Choice)
Standing at: Darley NSW $33,000
Trapeze Artist - Snitzel (Redoute's Choice) x Treppes (Domesday)
Standing at Widden Stud: $88,000
Grunt - O'Reilly (Last Tycoon) x Ruqqaya (Van Nistelrooy)
Standing at Yulong Lane: $13,750
National Defense - Invincible Spirit (Green Desert) x Angel Falls (Kingmambo)
Standing at Sun Stud Victoria: $11,000
Siege Of Quebec - Fastnet Rock (Danehill) x Rose Of Cimmaron (Bite The Bullet)
Standing at Aquis Victoria: $13,200
SALES
GENERAL SIRES
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Snitzel342179 (12)$23,916,555
I Am Invincible329174 (28)$17,266,123
Street Cry12167 (7)$15,855,478
Fastnet Rock271114 (10)$12,437,480
Not a Single Doubt22795 (13)$11,631,878
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Snitzel342179 (12)$23,916,555
I Am Invincible329174 (28)$17,266,123
Sebring322151 (11)$11,261,230
Written Tycoon289146 (6)$10,107,635
Smart Missile252127 (8)$8,282,784
Star Witness
STARCRAFT x LEONE CHIARA
290 runners this season for 130 winners and 3 stakes winners.
FIRST SEASON SIRES
Better Than Ready Hits 21
Lyndhurst Stud’s long-time front-runner Better Than Ready continues to repel the formidable challenges of Deep Field and Rubick for number of individual winners by a first season sire after Golly Hut broke his maiden at the Sunshine Coast on Wednesday to become winner number 21.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Sidestep216 (1)$2,557,890
Better Than Ready4521 (3)$1,933,920
Rubick4715 (1)$1,404,620
Brazen Beau316 (1)$1,366,140
Deep Field5118 (2)$1,346,035
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Better Than Ready4521 (3)$1,933,920
Deep Field5118 (2)$1,346,035
Rubick4715 (1)$1,404,620
Shooting to Win279$560,645
Dissident407$434,620
Dissident
Sebring x Diana's Secret
First Season Sire Runners Today: Cluster (1), Dissident (1), Ghibellines (1), Hallowed Crown (2), Mawingo (1), Olympic Glory (1), Proisir (1), Puissance De Lune (1), Shooting To Win (1),
For the full first season sires info incl daily runners, sires table, stats, news and more - CLICK HERE
SECOND SEASON SIRES
Tenth SW for Epaulette
24 hours after siring his ninth stakes-winner with a Listed win in Ireland for Insignia of Rank, Epaulette added a tenth when four year-old mare Lapulced'acqua took out the Group III Premio del Giubileo at San Siro in Italy.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Zoustar12564 (6)$7,342,425
Spirit of Boom12560 (4)$5,579,615
Dundeel7436 (4)$4,175,300
Epaulette9555 (6)$3,716,371
Shamus Award7835 (3)$2,771,345
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Zoustar12564 (6)$7,342,425
Spirit of Boom12560 (4)$5,579,615
Epaulette9555 (6)$3,716,371
Sizzling9541 (1)$2,543,342
Unencumbered7437 (1)$2,305,912
Sizzling
Snitzel x Admirelle
101 runners this season for 40 winners and 1 stakes winner.
Second Season Sire Runners Today: Albrecht (2), Dawn Approach (4), Declaration Of War (3), Dundeel (1), Epaulette (1), Eurozone (3), Fighting Sun (1), Fiorente (1), Kuroshio (1), Mahisara (1), Shamus Award (1), Sizzling (4), Spirit Of Boom (2), The Factor (3), Unencumbered (4), Zoustar (3),
For the full first season sires info incl daily runners, sires table, stats, news and more - CLICK HERE
The future sires still on the track identified and analyzed. From the AAA rating jewels in the crown to those just hitting the radar.
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