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Mister Sea Wolf Captures the $1 million The Gong
After Yes Yes Yes captured the $14 million The Everest and Kolding added the $8,500,000 Golden Eagle to his win in the Group 1 Epsom Handicap, the topweight Mister Sea Wolf (IRE) kept the run going for champion trainer Chris Waller when he scored a record-breaking win in the inaugural running of the $1 million The Gong (1600m) at Kembla Grange on Saturday.
Epsom Unlikely for Shannon Stakes Winner Mister Sea Wolf
Woodside Park Stud's shuttler Cable Bay (IRE) is making a name for himself with his first runners in Europe and he is getting some help in keeping his name in lights from his half-brother Mister Sea Wolf (IRE) who earned his fourth stakes win in Australia when capturing Saturday’s Group II Shannon Stakes (1500m) at Rosehill Gardens.

Australian 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 20 of this stallions winners are in that range.

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Latest News

Mister Sea Wolf Captures the $1 million The Gong
After Yes Yes Yes captured the $14 million The Everest and Kolding added the $8,500,000 Golden Eagle to his win in the Group 1 Epsom Handicap, the topweight Mister Sea Wolf (IRE) kept the run going for champion trainer Chris Waller when he scored a record-breaking win in the inaugural running of the $1 million The Gong (1600m) at Kembla Grange on Saturday.
Epsom Unlikely for Shannon Stakes Winner Mister Sea Wolf
Woodside Park Stud's shuttler Cable Bay (IRE) is making a name for himself with his first runners in Europe and he is getting some help in keeping his name in lights from his half-brother Mister Sea Wolf (IRE) who earned his fourth stakes win in Australia when capturing Saturday’s Group II Shannon Stakes (1500m) at Rosehill Gardens.

Top Nicks

Akarad
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Instrumentalist
Diktat
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Mister Sea Wolf
All Chatter
2 wnrs Samuel James
Perugino
2 wnrs Murphy
Bellotto
1 wnrs Go The Wolf
Bletchencore
1 wnrs Ramano's Wolf
Brief Truce
1 wnrs Wolf King
Canny Lad
1 wnrs Opera Bill
Centre Stalls
1 wnrs Princess Leah
Dangerous
1 wnrs Amadeus