100 for Reward for Effort

Media Release - Thursday May 30
Chatswood Stud are proud to report their resident stallion Reward For Effort has sired his 100th individual winner for the 2018/19 season (153 wins). He is just the 8th sire in Australia to reach triple figures and only the second Victorian sire to do so with two months remaining this season.

Reward for EffortReward For Effort is also the leading Victorian sire for 2YO winners this season and has even better quality crops yet to hit the track.The milestone was brought up by 3YO Win 'N' Grin who was fittingly bred by Eamon McNulty. Eamon raced Reward For Effort and has loyally supported the stallion every season.

The milestone comes off the back of Not Enough Effort preserving his undefeated record at Flemington last Saturday. Replay. The untapped 3YO will race on after already earning connections over $200k in his first career racing preparation. Sharyn Trolove and Andy Perdon will send his dam, Moonlight Ballet back to Reward for Effort this season.

Victorian breeders have been quick to recognise Reward For Effort's value again this season with bookings already surpassing his 2018 figures.

See who Reward's 100 winners are this season, with the breeder of each horse also listed:http://www.chatswoodstud.com.au/reward-for-effort-100-club/


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