Stands at Cambridge Stud
Fee History: 2019-$50,000, 2018-$65,000, 2017-$65,000, 2016-$65,000, 2015-$15,000, 2014-$7,000, 2013-$8,000, 2012-$10,000

Distance Performance

The percentage of races in Australasia in each distance range and the percentage of the stallion's winners in each distance range.
 
Short
Sprint
Mile
Mid
Stay
Long
 Races Avail
44%
24%
15%
10%
5.5%
1.5%
 Winners
15.3%
(116)
25.9%
(196)
26.9%
(203)
15.9%
(120)
14.2%
(107)
1.9%
(14)

NZ Yearling Stats

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Sons of Montjeu at Stud in Australasia

Runners Today

Murtoa
Race 4 Tavi Smiles 3f ex: Keep Smiling10th
Race 6 Code Blue 3f ex: Mansera8th
Tamworth
Race 3 Chur Bro 5g ex: Ria's Pride5th
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Yesterday's Results

4th Devonport Synthetic: Irish Shotgun 5g ex Classic Fingers
9th Sha Tin: Superb Daddy 3g ex Mygoodgrace
9th Sha Tin: Exceptional Nice 4g ex Monroe Magic
13th Sha Tin: One Step Ahead 4g ex Leesing
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Latest News

Three in a Row for Le Gai Soleil
Well-bred filly Le Gai Soleil made it three wins in succession when scoring a comfortably victory on the Kensington track at Randwick on Wednesday over 1550m under leading jockey James McDonald.
One To Watch - Ipswich
A great start to the day at Ipswich for the trainer Tony Gollan with the 2yo Nicconi filly Nicci’s Spirit breaking her maiden over 1350 metres before the progressive Tavistock colt Knight Mariner continued on his winning way in the Sirromet Hcp (1690m).

Top Nicks

Zabeel
41 wnrs, (6 sw) Werther
Stravinsky
18 wnrs, (3 sw) Infantry
Danehill
16 wnrs, (1 sw) My Blessing
Danehill
16 wnrs, (1 sw) My Blessing
Volksraad
12 wnrs, (1 sw) Volkstok'n'barrell
Centaine
6 wnrs, (1 sw) Titanium
Pentire
3 wnrs, (1 sw) The Holy One
Dubai Destination
2 wnrs, (1 sw) Tomelilla
King Of Kings
2 wnrs, (1 sw) Circuit Glory
Casual Lies
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Won Won Too

Sons of Montjeu at Stud in Australasia

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