Stands at Westbury Stud
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Yesterday's Results

3rd Otaki: Simona 4m ex Melroy
4th Otaki: Straight Sets 7g ex Set For Joy
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Latest News

Star Filly for Swiss Ace
Less than twenty-four hours after being crowned champion South Island Two-Year-old for her deeds last season, Miss Federer gave notice she will be a force to be reckoned with in her three-year-old campaign when she captured the Listed New Zealand Bloodstock Canterbury Belle Stakes (1200m) against her age group rivals at Riccarton.
Another Stakes-Winner Bred by Gerry Harvey
A horse who could have been bought for $55,000 as a yearling at Karaka produced a high-class sprinting display to win Sunday’s HK$3,25 million Group 3 Sha Tin Vase (1200m) in Hong Kong.

Australian Yearling Stats

NZ Yearling Stats

Distance Performance

This graph represents the amount of races in Australasia in each distance range and the percentage of the stallion's winners which come in each distance range.
Eg: 23.5% of races are 1201m to 1400m and 24.6 of this stallions winners are in that range.

Top Nicks

More Than Ready
9 wnrs, (2 sw) Little Giant
Danehill
17 wnrs, (1 sw) Passing Shot
General Nediym
5 wnrs, (1 sw) Fitzroy
Hussonet
5 wnrs, (1 sw) Staccato
Danzero
4 wnrs, (1 sw) Julius
Zeditave
3 wnrs, (1 sw) Rocky Malone
Kilimanjaro
2 wnrs, (1 sw) Secret Spirit
My Halo
2 wnrs, (1 sw) Miss Federer
Elusive City
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Speedy Meady
Kaapstad
1 wnrs, (1 sw) First Serve
No runners today. Click for more.

Yesterday's Results

3rd Otaki: Simona 4m ex Melroy
4th Otaki: Straight Sets 7g ex Set For Joy
Click here for more results.

Latest News

Star Filly for Swiss Ace
Less than twenty-four hours after being crowned champion South Island Two-Year-old for her deeds last season, Miss Federer gave notice she will be a force to be reckoned with in her three-year-old campaign when she captured the Listed New Zealand Bloodstock Canterbury Belle Stakes (1200m) against her age group rivals at Riccarton.
Another Stakes-Winner Bred by Gerry Harvey
A horse who could have been bought for $55,000 as a yearling at Karaka produced a high-class sprinting display to win Sunday’s HK$3,25 million Group 3 Sha Tin Vase (1200m) in Hong Kong.

Top Nicks

More Than Ready
9 wnrs, (2 sw) Little Giant
Danehill
17 wnrs, (1 sw) Passing Shot
General Nediym
5 wnrs, (1 sw) Fitzroy
Hussonet
5 wnrs, (1 sw) Staccato
Danzero
4 wnrs, (1 sw) Julius
Zeditave
3 wnrs, (1 sw) Rocky Malone
Kilimanjaro
2 wnrs, (1 sw) Secret Spirit
My Halo
2 wnrs, (1 sw) Miss Federer
Elusive City
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Speedy Meady
Kaapstad
1 wnrs, (1 sw) First Serve