Sharing the Sebring Memories
Tara Madgwick - Monday February 25
Hardly a selfie but a wonderful memory for myself and my family - Leading our beloved family member back after his Golden Slipper win in 2008 - Sadly missed, never forgotten, eternally loved.

- James Hazzisevastos

I used to be the stallion manager at Widden Stud for almost 5 years. I lived Sebring (and the other stallions) every day and night for my entire time at Widden. I knew him better than any other stallion I have ever had the pleasure to get to know. He could be a pain of a horse to look after but he was very, very special to me. 

He had his quirks and little habits. He was a gentle giant. Anyway I thought I would send in my picture with Sebring as respect for this fallen legend and a picture where he is saying hello to my son – Dean Macaskill.

We will all miss Sebring but we should savour the last of his progeny.This special colt is by Sebring out of Action Annie, so is a half-brother to Buffering. I was hoping to go back to Sebring this year so it will be hard to let this fella go. RIP you Champion. - Luke Trevanion, Hillside Downs

Everyone's favourite Sebring, 2017 above, and 2018 below. The two colts in the front enjoying the day off school each year – Matthew Christie.

I loved meeting Sebring at the 2018 stallion parade. – Penny Austin

Tony Nemaric enjoyed his meeting with Sebring.

I was so lucky to see him in August. Condolences to Widden. – Heidi Richardson

I got a few lovely snaps of Sebring back in 2010/11 out at Widden. His handler at the time had taught him a few tricks, he would rear on command amongst others. – Katherine Simpson

Mandy Ikin had an audience with Sebring.

Does this count as a selfie? – Alex Whitaker

Breednet's Mark Smith was a big Sebring fan and took the following images that highlight the joy Sebring brought to his fans.

Sebring, ever the showman, would be well pleased with this send off!

Sebring in upcoming sales: