Cliff's Edge to Stand at Rangal Park

Media Release - Tuesday June 2

Rangal Park Stud are delighted to announce that the talented new stallion CLIFF’S EDGE will stand at their Victorian property for the upcoming season.

Cliff’s Edge is by Canford Cliff’s (IRE) out of the dam Simulation (Snaadee (USA)). As an eight-time winner, the dam showed success from 1000m to 3000m similarly to Cliff’s Edge who was a winner from 1200m to 2040m proving his resilience on the racetrack.

Cliff's Edge will stand at Rangal Park

Cliff’s Edge won 8 races including two Group 2 and two Group 3 and amassed over 1.1 million dollars in prizemoney winning during his 2, 3,4 and 5 year old seasons. Most notably, Cliff’s Edge won the Group 2 Crystal Mile beating Prized Icon by half a length and the Group 2 Alister Clark Stakes impressively beating Levandi both in 2018.

As a $60,000 purchase from the 2016 Inglis Premier Sale, Cliff’s Edge has provided the ownership group which included Victorian breeders Brett Holburt with great joy on the racetrack and an impressive investment return.

Cliff’s Edge will stand for $6,600 inc GST and will stand alongside of Soul Patch, Boom Time and Danerich.

For more information please contact Eric Butler at Rangal Park Stud on 0427 200 763

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