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BREEDING RACING 2012 Gr1 ANNUAL ISSUE 105 AUG SEP 2012 ISSN 1444-4593 PP 255003 05323 RRP AUST 15.95 (incl. GST) NZ 17.95 (incl. GST) IAH Sales Pty. 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With the 2012 Spring Carnival looming large and subtle hints that Winter has all but run her course Breeding&Racing pauses as we do at this time each year to re ect on the previous 12-months Australian & New Zealand Gr1 season. Remembered as much for how our horses held their heads high abroad locally it was a season of dominance across many categories. Black Caviar (5) (King) Mu asa (4) and Mosheen (4) reigned particularly supreme but equally imperious were Manighar More Joyous Pierro Shez Sinsational and Veyron each of which struck gold on three occasions. And spare a thought for Atlantic Jewel who but for injury might have scaled much lo ier peaks in 2011 12. Readers will notice that for the rst time we do not have separate Australian and New Zealand Gr1 sections. Common borders and a common currency may remain just a possibility however highly interwoven thoroughbred sectors and a greater willingness for Australian trainers to raid across the Tasman beggared the unanswerable question as to why our coverage shouldn t be a collective review of 90 Gr1 races in date order. is edition also includes a serious piece of journalism on Frankel penned by Peter Falconer a similarly erudite analysis by Cassandra Simmonds on the achingly elusive US Triple Crown for 3YOs and a thought-provoking alternative yet complementary approach to traditional handicapping by Ross Brunt. Brilliant as each is none compares in importance to Jason Gregory s coverage of Eliza Park s Living Legends property on the outskirts of Melbourne. Because it s here when the thud of hooves in the homestretch are but dull memories for its champion inhabitants that we have the opportunity to really acknowledge those who have gone before each one leaving their own indelible mark on the turf s footprint. And so to the new Gr1 season where old battles will be renewed heroes and heroines emerge from hitherto unexpected quarters and where history will be the ultimate judge. Bring it on. Gary Knowles Editor-In-Chief I PRODUCED & PUBLISHED BY GADFLY MEDIA ABN 86 066 598 427 Level 1 579 Harris Street Ultimo NSW 2007 Australia Managing Director Gary Allen Reproduction in whole or in part is not permitted without the written authorisation of the publisher. All reasonable efforts have been made to trace copyright holders. This magazine contains general information only and does not purport to be a substitute for expert advice. 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The publisher and the authors do not accept any liability whatsoever in respect of any action taken by readers in reliance on the recommendations set out in this magazine. www.breedingracing.com For FREE Daily Industry News Updates 4 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM FRANKELY FABULOUS IN A WORLD OF HIS OWN ABILITY-BASED HANDICAPPING PAGE 6 PAGE 16 HORSES FOR COURSES CHOOSING THE RIGHT SIRE LIVING LEGENDS A LIFE WELL EARNED PAGE 20 PAGE 24 CASH IS KING UK FUNDING CRISIS US TRIPLE CROWN AS ELUSIVE AS EVER PAGE 28 PAGE 54 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM 5 PHENOMENAL Long-time turf pundit Peter Falconer ponders the almost imponderable just how good is Frankel FRANKELY All but Ribot of the champions Frankel is now being compared to met with defeat at some stage of their celebrated careers... the rating of Frankel has long since been a pre-occupation for thoroughbred enthusiasts far and wide. Where the champion s place genuinely lies at this current stage of his career in the broader scale of history is a question continually raised and asked time and time again. A unanimous decision would almost certainly never be accepted so a Triple-A rating may have a legitimate application in this equine case. For in terms of Analytical procedure Anecdotal evidence and Authoritative opinion Frankel seems to be as good as there has been in at least the past halfa-dozen decades. Following his breathtaking victory in the 2012 Queen Anne Stakes (G1) at Royal Ascot in June Frankel o cially became the highest-rated galloper in the celebrated history of Timeform the world-renowned organization that rst applied mathematical equation to the calculation of thoroughbred racehorse performance. Founded in 1948 Timeform has applied its pioneering rating methods to every galloper raced in Britain for the past 60-odd years. As a consequence the illustrious names with which Frankel can accurately be compared through the company s extensive records reads like a veritable Who s Who of the Sport of Kings. D uring a period when some European nations have teetered on the brink of insolvency and more than the odd international nancial institution has battled to maintain its worth one speci c world commodity that has actually managed to appreciate in value - without even experiencing a solitary stutter - is the acclaimed Britishcampaigned racehorse Frankel. A quite extraordinary son of Galileo trained by the legendary Sir Henry Cecil on behalf of Prince Khalid Abdulla if Frankel were an item that came under the scrutiny of the international credit rating agencies of Moody s S&P and Fitch then a Triple-A assessment would almost certainly be awarded in each individual instance. ough all three of these rms have had far more relevant issues to attend to without venturing into the realms of horse racing 6 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM Frankel first daylight second... (image courtesy of Steven Cargill) Frankel seems to be as good as there has been in at least the past half-a-dozen decades... Frankel s 11-length rout of Europe s best milers on that unforgettable occasion at Royal Ascot in mid-year earned the 4-year-old a Timeform assessment of 147 a gure 2lbs superior to the previous benchmark held by the 1960s champion Sea Bird (145). Previous to Sea Bird 1940s icon Tudor Minstrel (144) had set the standard in the formative years of Timeform and had only once since been equaled when the great Brigadier Gerard (144) earned the very same mark at the beginning of the 1970s. Virtually every decade since Timeform came into being has been represented by an elite performer rated between 140 and 145lbs. Besides Tudor Minstrel in the company s formative period Abernant was awarded a mark of 142 and 1950s legend Ribot (142) was held in similar esteem. More recently the likes of Mill Reef (141) and Vaguely Noble (140) from the sixties Shergar (140) from the seventies Dancing Brave (140) from the eighties Dubai Millennium (140) from the nineties and Harbinger (140) and Sea e Stars (140) from the noughties have all been rated in the same elite bracket. None however were ever judged by Timeform to have been responsible for a performance that eclipsed the assessment of Frankel s Queen Anne victory at the Royal meeting in the current European at racing season. Timeform considered the success to be the greatest win in the company s annals the out t s Flat Editor David Johnson claiming e facts are that Frankel s performance is likely to surpass anything witnessed in Timeform s 64-year history. To give some perspective on just how phenomenal this e ort was in provisionally rating Frankel 147 we still have Excelebration running more than a stone below his previous best (133). Johnson added A point worth emphasizing is the consistency with which Frankel has produced such performances. is is the h time he has produced a rating above 140. Timeform was not alone in its appraisal of Frankel s demolition of Europe s best milers in the Queen Anne. Racing Post s ratings guru Sam Walker wrote a er the victory An unforgettable week at Royal Ascot spearheaded by the best performance in the world this year or any year... Handicappers used to work on a 0-140 scale but we might have to change the wording. From now on it will be known as the 0-Frankel scale. Walker continued Before last week he [Frankel] shared top spot on the RPR all-time list with Dubai Millennium on a mark of 139. He had always promised to go one better but last week he actually went three better by posting a scale-breaking RPR of 142. In the last 20-odd years since we ve been keeping ratings he is way out on his own but that is because he IS entirely out on his own how could any horse possibly beat the colt who won the Queen Anne last week One assessor a little more reserved than his learned colleagues Johnson and Walker following the Queen Anne performance 7 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM FRANKELY PHENOMENAL (cont) I have been bemused that pundits have chosen to make comparisons between Frankel and Brigadier Gerard... Julian Wilson former BBC commentator of Frankel was the British Horseracing Authority s o cial handicapper Dominic Gardiner-Hill. ough the recent Royal Ascot victory did see an upward adjustment of Frankel s rating the weights-andmeasures a cionado still held one particular performance of the 1980s in greater regard. Frankel s victory in the Queen Anne witnessed the British Horseracing Authority handicappers elevating the horse s o cial rating up to 140 from a previous best mark of 138. However that organization s highest-ever gure remained in the same hands having been attributed to Dancing Brave when accredited with 141 following his sublime success in the Longchamp Prix de l Arc de Triomphe of 1986. One area in which the collective opinions of Johnson Walker and Gardiner-Hill could be considered as awed is the fact that none were probably alive at the beginning of the case study period. e trio almost certainly did not see Tudor Minstrel or Abernant race nor hold vivid memories or otherwise of Ribot s unbeaten career. Consequently one industry authority arguably better quali ed to remark on the status of Frankel is octogenarian Julian Wilson. One of the very best known gures ever to work in British racing Wilson was the face of the BBC s coverage of the sport between 1966 and 1997 when he literally brought to the thoroughbred world the very great racehorses of the time. Possibly more than any man alive Wilson can call upon rst-hand knowledge of Europe s nest racehorses of the past 60 years of which Frankel is the latest in a very long line that also includes the likes of Sir Ivor Nijinsky Allez France Alleged and so many other luminaries. Wilson rmly believes that realistic comparisons can be made between modernday racetrack champions at least over the past 50 or so years and especially since Jockey Club ratings came into being . Not surprisingly the Englishman also confesses to being an unabashed Frankel fan. Yes he has earned every plaudit Wilson replies when asked if he is equally enamoured by Frankel as the rest of the thoroughbred racing world. At one stage a er the Guineas and Royal Ascot last year I felt there was a danger that through tactical mismanagement his career might be going o -course but since last Autumn he has been back on track. is 8 Queen Anne Stakes (image courtesy of Steven Cargill) Morning Exercise (image courtesy of Steven Cargill) season he has been more relaxed and more impressive in everything he has done. Asked what endears Frankel most to the British racing living legend Wilson answers His outstanding qualities are his power physique speed acceleration and since this Spring his ability to relax and quicken on demand. Wilson does not however share the same opinion as many others in relation to Frankel s likeness to Brigadier Gerald. In fact he seems to nd the thought hard to fathom. I have been bemused that pundits have chosen to make comparisons between Frankel and Brigadier Gerard he declares. ey are were two very di erent types of horse. e Brigadier was a robust galloper with a huge cruising speed and ultimately tremendous courage. But he was less spectacular than other great Champions. He [Brigadier Gerard] did not like so going he did not take on the Derby or the Prix de l Arc and only scrambled home in two or three races i.e. the St James s Palace Stakes Champion Stakes and Eclipse. Frankel is superior in terms of speed and acceleration. In fact when making comparisons between Frankel and champions of the recent past Wilson is keen to nominate an acutely di erent candidate. A far more appropriate comparison is with Mill Reef. He was more exciting spectacular and brilliant. He was a better 2-year-old than Brigadier Gerard (on o cial ratings) and was only beaten by him in the Guineas because a) running in the Greenham Stakes had taken the edge o him and b) he was upset and intimidated by the antics of Minsky in the preparade ring and paddock. He was never beaten again a er that winning the Derby King George and Arc. FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM Gow-Gates Insurance Brokers Specialising in thoroughbred insurances Gow-Gates has been arranging all forms of Equine Insurance for racehorse owners and breeders for over 30 years. Experience the difference of dealing with a dedicated professional team by contacting us today. For more information P 02 8267 9999 F 02 8267 9998 E info gowgates.com.au W gowgates.com.au Gow-Gates Insurance Brokers Pty Ltd ABN 12 000 837 785 AFSL 245432 FRANKELY PHENOMENAL (cont) Attempting To Compare Apples With Apples Names such as Dubai Millennium Dancing Brave Shergar and Sea Bird are inevitably bandied about when discussions of Frankel s greatness have been entered into but none more so than Brigadier Gerard. One of the very great champions of all-time Brigadier Gerard was a leading 2-year-old of the 1970 European flat racing season before training on at 3- and 4-years to win all but one of 17 career starts. The son of Queen s Hussar concluded his career with just about every British feature event run from a mile (1600m) to 12 furlongs (2400m) on his CV in one of the most comprehensive careers of any era. Brigadier Gerard never once went to post without being partnered by Joe Mercer an acclaimed British jockey who enjoyed a memorable association with Frankel s trainer Sir Henry Cecil and who was an interesting bystander when Frankel lined-up in the latest renewal of the Goodwood Sussex Stakes at the beginning of August. Interviewed by Channel 4 commentator Mike Cattermole during the preliminaries of the race Mercer was reluctant to accept the general consensus of opinion that Frankel is the world s greatest-ever racehorse. Asked for his opinion Mercer observed The Press say he is the greatest horse I doubt that but he is one of the very best we will ever see that s for sure. Subsequently quizzed during the same interview as to which of the two champions did he believe would come up trumps in an imaginary race Mercer responded Frankel or Brigadier Gerard it would be very close. It would be very exciting but very close. Mill Reef Immortalised forever During the exchange between Cattermole and Mercer the point was made that Brigadier Gerard had won 14 races from 14 starts over distances ranging from six to 12 furlongs at the same stage as Frankel had only won 11-from-11 and nothing shorter than seven furlongs nor further than a mile. Frankel s record remained unblemished later that same day following an effortless second successive Sussex Stakes victory and an unbeaten record come the time of his retirement to stud will no doubt add to his legendary status. All but Ribot of the champions Frankel is now being compared to met with defeat at some stage of their celebrated career. Brigadier Gerard ultimately won 16 of 17 starts falling foul to an inform Roberto in the 1972 Benson & Hedges Gold Cup a race now run as the Juddmonte International. Sea Bird was another to win all but one of his starts retiring with a record of seven wins and one second from just eight career outings. Dubai Millennium (9 from 10) and Sea The Stars (8 from 9) too are more recent members of Timeform s top echelon to have won all but one of their respective engagements. Significantly the likes of Mill Reef (12 from 14) Dancing Brave (8 from 10) Shergar (6 from 8) and Tudor Minstrel (8 from 10) were all beaten on two occasions while Harbinger and Vaguely Noble only won two-thirds of their nine career starts. Wilson continued I never thought that I would see a more spectacular performance than when he [Mill Reef] won the Prix Ganay as a 4-year-old by a long-looking 10 lengths but Frankel s success at Royal Ascot this year was certainly on a par if not superior to that. Despite his phenomenal record Timeform considered Mill Reef to be 4lbs inferior to Sea Bird the horse previously regarded to be the nest performer of the period before Frankel assumed the mantle. Wilson is also glowing in his praise of a racehorse few thoroughbred enthusiasts of more recent vintages had the privilege of seeing in action. His successes in the Derby and Arc were so spectacular Wilson says of Sea Bird. He 10 The facts are that Frankel s performance is likely to surpass anything witnessed in Timeform s 64-year history. - David Johnson Timeform Flat Editor was the only Derby winner that I have ever seen who pretty much won in a canter. In the Arc he beat one of the strongest elds in the history of the race almost as easily. His rivals included the unbeaten Prix du Jockey Club winner Reliance II Diatome the Russian champion Anilin the Irish Derby winner Meadow Court and the best 3-year-old in America Tom Rolfe. He won by six lengths and ve lengths from Reliance and Diatome and no one present claimed to have seen a better horse with the possible exception of Ribot. In providing a last additional dimension to the Frankel discussion Wilson was only too happy to answer two questions in regard to Frankel s primary connections with the same forthright manner to which British TV viewers grew so accustomed during a truly golden age in thoroughbred racing coverage. How does Wilson place Frankel FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM AUSTRALIAN STUD BOOK Ensuring the integrity of Thoroughbred breeding in Australia SUBSCRIBE ONLINE TODAY AT WWW.STUDBOOK.ORG.AU GET PRIVILEGED ACCESS TO ALL FEATURES IN THE GENERAL INFORMATION SECTION OF THE SITE PLUS... 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To the rst question Wilson responded I don t think that Cecil s training of Frankel is anything special. In fact he made one or two mistakes along the way. Happily they were recti ed and in the end he didn t mess up by far the best horse he has ever trained. I feel that his training of the stayers notably Buckskin Le Moss and Ardross were superior achievements. And to the latter the answer came Eldorado. Frankel ful lled the ultimate ambition of any owner-breeder to breed a Champion. And not just a Champion but almost the perfect racehorse. He will feel that all his expenditure and several heart-breaks have all been worthwhile. Judging by Wilson s views on the topic if there is anyone out there in the racing world still to be convinced that Frankel is the best of the best then it s certainly not the majestic horse s incredibly fortuitous owner. 2000 Guineas (image courtesy of Steven Cargill) Full Race Record for FRANKEL (GB) 2008 Bay colt by Galileo - Kind by Danehill (in Great Britain) Age 2 3 4 Totals 13 Aug 2010 10 Sep 2010 25 Sep 2010 16 Oct 2010 16 Apr 2011 30 Apr 2011 14 Jun 2011 27 Jul 2011 15 Oct 2011 19 May 2012 19 Jun 2012 01 Aug 2012 22 Aug 2012 1st of 12 1st of 3 1st of 5 1st of 6 (2 1 4 lengths len) 1st of 6 (4 lengths len) 1st of 13 (6 lengths len) 1st of 9 (3 4 length len) 1st of 4 (5 lengths len) 1st of 8 (4 lengths len) 1st of 6 (5 lengths len) 1st of 11 (11 lengths len) 1st of 4 (6 lengths len) 1st of 9 (7 lengths len) Runs 4 5 4 13 1st 4 5 4 13 2nd - 3rd - Earnings 266 473 1 106 235 888 363 2 261 071 4 533 10 904 70 962 180 074 28 385 198 695 141 925 170 130 567 100 99 243 198 485 179 487 411 148 Newmarket 2YO Maiden S. 7 000 1m. Nathaniel was 2nd and Genius Beast 3rd. Doncaster Frank Whittle Partnership 2YO S. 17 500 7f. Rainbow Springs was 2nd and Diamond Geezah 3rd. Ascot Royal Lodge S. Gr.2 125 000 1m. Klammer was 2nd and Treasure Beach 3rd. Newmarket Dewhurst S. Gr.1 317 200 7f. Roderic O Connor was 2nd and Glor Na Mara 3rd. Newbury Greenham S. Gr.3 50 000 7f. Track good to firm. Excelebration was 2nd and Shropshire 3rd. The Two Thousand Guineas Gr.1 350 000 1m. Track good to firm (good i. Dubawi Gold was 2nd and Native Khan 3rd. Royal Ascot St James s Palace S. Gr.1 250 000 1m. Track good (good to soft i. Zoffany was 2nd and Excelebration 3rd. Goodwood Sussex S. Gr.1 300 000 1m. Track good. Canford Cliffs was 2nd and Rio de la Plata 3rd. Ascot Queen Elizabeth II S. Gr.1 1 000 000 1m. Excelebration was 2nd and Immortal Verse 3rd. Newbury Lockinge S. Gr.1 175 000 1m. Track good to soft (straig. Excelebration was 2nd and Dubawi Gold 3rd. Royal Ascot Queen Anne S. Gr.1 350 000 1m. Excelebration was 2nd and Side Glance 3rd. Goodwood Sussex S. Gr.1 316 500 1m. Track good. Farhh was 2nd and Gabrial 3rd. York Juddmonte International S. Gr.1 725 000 10 f. Track good to firm (good i. Farhh was 2nd and St Nicholas Abbey 3rd. 12 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM 400 380 360 340 320 300 280 WEIGHT vs TIME FROM BIRTH - Actual weight - Ideal weight WEIGHT KGS 260 240 220 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 0 300 350 50 400 100 150 FOAL GROWTH SOFTWARE Wayne Bedggood Manager CRESSFIELD STUD Track the weight of your foals against the Australian ideal or simply monitor the average daily gain. This new web enabled version also lets you compare foals out of the same mare over various years simply at the touch 200 a button - or compare of 250 foals by the same sire. Upload photos and comments. Most importantly its easy to use. It s a system built by horsemen - for horsemen At Cressfield we use the Horsepower Foal Growth Software as an essential part of our horse husbandry program in particular when it comes to assessing the growth stages of our foals weanlings and yearlings. We have a lot less developmental issues now we can constantly maintain our horse s growth rate. It s been a great addition to our existing strategies and practices assisting us in ensuring we achieve the optimal development of our horses. 1800 681 117 For more details contact - EQUINE NUTRITION SYSTEMS PTY LTD. Website www.horsepower.com.au CLOUDS FROM EARTH By Gary Knowles Galileo observed the Milky Way previously believed to be nebulous and found it to be a multitude of stars packed so densely that they appeared to be clouds from Earth. Wikipedia M ost stallions never sire 10 stakeswinners in a lifetime. In late August Frankel s champion sire and onetime shuttler Galileo (Sadler s Wells-Urban Sea by Miswaki) sired 10 stakes-winners in a week. at s insane. Still just a 14YO Galileo s 115 stakeswinners have come from 793 winners (1 211 starters). at equates to 9.49% stakeswinners to runners with 14.5% of his winners victorious in a black-type race. It is clear brilliant as he is Frankel is no one-hit wonder for a stallion who s become a veritable production line of thoroughbred stars. Astonishingly of Galileo s 60 individual Group winners 50% have taken the step up to win at Gr1 level. Here in alphabetical order with just their Gr1 wins they are ALANDI (05c Darshaan Relko) winner Irish St Leger Gr.1 Longchamp Prix du Cadran Gr.1 ALLEGRETTO (03f Caerleon Crystal Palace) winner Longchamp Prix Royal Oak Gr.1 CAPE BLANCO (07c Presidium Artaius) winner Irish Derby Gr.1 Leopardstown Irish Champion S. Gr.1 Belmont Man o War S. Gr.1 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic Invitational S. Gr.1 Arlington Million S. Gr.1 CIMA DE TRIOMPHE (05c Danehill Crystal Palace) winner Rome Derby Italiano Gr.1 FRANKEL (08c Danehill Rainbow Quest) winner York Juddmonte International S. Gr.1 e Two ousand Guineas Gr.1 Newmarket Dewhurst S. Gr.1 Goodwood Sussex S. Gr.1-twice Ascot Queen Elizabeth II S. Gr.1 Newbury Lockinge S. Gr.1 Royal Ascot Queen Anne S. Gr.1 St James s Palace S. Gr.1 GALIKOVA (08f Blushing Groom Lyphard) winner Longchamp Prix Vermeille Gr.1 Star sire Galileo GOLDEN LILAC (08f Danehill Kenmare) winner Chantilly Prix de Diane Gr.1 Longchamp Poule d Essai des Pouliches Gr.1 Prix d Ispahan Gr.1 GREAT HEAVENS (09f Silver Hawk Icecapade) winner Irish Oaks Gr.1 IGUGU (07f Intikhab Darshaan) winner Greyville Woolavington S. Gr.1 Durban July H. Gr.1 Kenilworth J&B Metropolitan H. Gr.1 Tur ontein South African Fillies Classic Gr.1 IMPERIAL MONARCH (09c Slip Anchor Reliance) winner Longchamp Grand Prix de Paris Gr.1 LILY OF THE VALLEY (07f Pennekamp Last Tycoon) winner Longchamp Prix de l Opera Gr.1 LUSH LASHES (05f Anabaa Arazi) winner Yorkshire Oaks Gr.1 Royal Ascot Coronation S. Gr.1 Leopardstown Matron S. Gr.1 MAHBOOBA (07f Red Ransom Diesis) winner Clairwood Golden Slipper Gr.1 MAYBE (09f Danehill Indian Ridge) winner Curragh Moyglare Stud S. Gr.1 MISTY FOR ME (08f Storm Cat Mr. Prospector) winner Irish One ousand Guineas Gr.1 Longchamp Prix Marcel Boussac Gr.1 Curragh Moyglare Stud S. Gr.1 Pretty Polly S. Gr.1 NATHANIEL (08c Silver Hawk Icecapade) winner Ascot King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S. Gr.1 Sandown Eclipse S. Gr.1 NEW APPROACH (05c Ahonoora Match) winner e Derby Gr.1 Leopardstown Irish Champion S. Gr.1 Newmarket Champion S. Gr.1 Dewhurst S. Gr.1 Curragh National S. Gr.1 NIGHTIME (03f Indian Ridge Bluebird) winner Irish One ousand Guineas Gr.1. NIWOT (04g Noble Bijou Balmerino) winner ATC Sydney Cup Gr.1 RED ROCKS (03c Machiavellian Fairy King) winner Breeders Cup Turf S. Gr.1 Belmont Man o War S. Gr.1 RIP VAN WINKLE (06c Stravinsky Don t Forget Me) winner York Juddmonte International S. Gr.1 Goodwood Sussex S. Gr.1 Ascot Queen Elizabeth II S. Gr.1 RODERIC O CONNOR (08c Danehill Kris) winner Irish Two ousand Guineas Gr.1 Saint-Cloud Criterium International Gr.1 SANS FRONTIERES (06c Shirley Heights Persian Bold) winner Irish St Leger Gr.1 SIXTIES ICON (03c Diesis Law Society) winner e St Leger Gr.1 SOLDIER OF FORTUNE (04c Erins Isle Lord Gayle) winner Irish Derby Gr.1 Epsom Coronation Cup Gr.1 SOUSA (05c Last Tycoon Super Concorde) winner AJC Spring Champion S. Gr.1 TEOFILO (04c Danehill Majestic Light) winner Newmarket Dewhurst S. Gr.1 Curragh National S. Gr.1 TOGETHER (08f Pennekamp J. O. Tobin) winner Keeneland Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup S. Gr.1 TREASURE BEACH (08c Mark of Esteem Bering) winner Irish Derby Gr.1 Arlington Park Secretariat S. Gr.1 WAS (09f Green Desert Ahonoora) winner e Oaks Gr.1 14 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM Located close to Sydney & Hunter Valley. Excellent facilities which include Post & Rail paddocks with electric fencing and shelters in all paddocks. Fully irrigated improved pastures. Foaling down & walk on service to all HUNTER VALLEY STUDS. Veterinary service within close proximity. Very experienced staff with years of experience. Fully qualified vet nurse on farm. Able to cater for dry mares mares & foals yearlings & weanlings and race horse spelling. Horses prepared for all sales. Long or short term agistment. Peter Lyne peter HANDICAPPING FOR A NEW AGE EARN ABILITY RACE CLUB HANDICAPPING FORMULA Owners play a huge role in maintaining the high status of the horseracing industry. ey are responsible for nancing its trainers stable sta and many other service providers. erefore it s only fair that they be given a fair chance to earn prize money in accordance with their horse s ability. In this article I propose a fresh race club handicapping method that ensures owners are given a fair go. Traditionally the handicapper s role is to obtain competitive racing by allotting weights that equalize the eld or each horse s opportunity to win. is can be detrimental to the unlucky horse s owner such as in the following examples. The horse that strikes bad luck in running. is may result in its owners not only failing to earn a prize but in addition being penalized in the following starts. is is due to the race club handicapper taking into account luck in running and rating the horse by where it should have nished. The stayer that only peaks as a four or ve year old and in races over distance. When this horse nally starts winning races under the present system it will soon be rated close to its best form. is is despite its many previous starts where it had a little chance of winning while still maturing and being race-educated. Of course the high quality stayer will have further opportunity to win rich classic races but how many horses can be expected to reach this level The lightly raced horse who finishes close up in a bunch nish in a high class race without earning a prize. On back of this performance the horse is penalized with a new higher weight (race class considered) next start when dropping back to its own previous class. The highly consistent horse who is generally weighted close to its best that keeps getting beaten by an advantaged lowly weighted horse that strikes form on the day. is proposed alternative handicap formula in contrast ensures that racehorses earn prize money that directly corresponds with their ability to gallop on race day and stay sound. e weight that a horse is allotted will be 16 Ross Brunt of Horsegears argues it s time to take handicapping into the 21st century and offers a controversial alternative to yet one that could work in tandem with the traditional model. Stayers would no longer be disadvantaged determined by its average prizemoney earned per start (or earn) and further adjusted via the weight for age scale which ensures that horses of equal ability can compete on an equal terms regardless of sex maturity and race distance. e formula provides horses that have failed to earn money in line with their ability an improved opportunity to do so. Low earning horses will continue to gradually drop in weight and or class until they reach their appropriate level that allows them to earn reasonable prize money. Once they start earning their allotted weight again gradually increases now providing other non-earners the same chance to earn for their owners. e formula purposely rates horses in a technical manner and isn t necessarily designed to replace the handicapper who rates horses by using a large range of form factors along with common sense. erefore recent earners rising in weight in earn ability races have the option to go back to regular handicaps where they will now be comparatively better suited by the weights . DISPENSING WITH THE HANDICAPPER S DISCRETION It is natural that owners and trainers will be unhappy with the handicapper s discretion when they believe their horses have been unfairly weighted. Signi cantly this proposed formula makes weight allotment automatic independent and completely dispenses with the opinion of the handicapper. Press trainers and reputations will have no bearing on the allotted weight. e only complaints can come from fortunate owners whose horses earnings exceed their actual ability. For this new formula races would be assigned initial ratings which will correspond with the intended eld strength. e race ratings are added to each horse s individual rating to determine the allotted weights as detailed below. e varied prize money the race club o er will also add a small class variation between races of the same rating allowing the owners options to chase easier races with lowered prize money or more challenging races with higher prize money for promising types on the way up. As per current practices race clubs can set minimum and maximum weights or restrict races to horses of speci c ratings. Due to the public nature of both the horse and race ratings trainers can enter horses for races with some con dence as to the nal allotted weights. PROMOTES PROMISING YOUNGSTERS AND WELL PLACED HORSES is formula will not encourage the continued racing of successful 2 or 3yos that now as aged horses are well past their best. is protects those older horses su ering from wearing joints internal bleeding lack of desire etc and provides further opportunity for the young promising horse on the way up. As the ratings are primarily based on prizemoney low-earning horses will not be penalized for entering a race over their FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM favoured distance course or conditions therefore rewarding trainers that diligently place their horses to win. If implemented nation-wide the formula would make it easier for quality low earning interstate horses raiding richer racing centres instead of taking advantage of compressed weights and knocking o lesser quality elds locally. By design horses that have won big races on the back of luck or in ated prizemoney will not be suited to these types of races. Knowledgeable weights and form punters will have more scope for seeking out standout picks as the allotment of weights will not have a bias towards a horse s recent form. e earn ability formula and or its raw rating can also be used by punters connections or breeders as a rating to assess a horse s class which unlike form ratings are based on its whole career. HOW THE FORMULA WORKS Step 1. Race club assigns a tentative race rating Race ratings set by the race clubs will vary within a range of approximately 30 to 55. Lower rating races will attract high class gallopers while higher rating races will attract lower class gallopers. For this example we will use a mid range race rating of 40. Once entries are con rmed the nal weight scale of a race may be varied with a moderate lowering or rising of the weights. Race rating 40 Step 2. Obtain each horse s raw rating e weights template may be set as below. Average earn 0 125 250 500 750 1000 1350 1700 2000 2750 3250 4000 5 300 6 700 8000 15 000 30 000 60 000 90 000 120 000 150 000 200 000 250 000 375 000 500 000 High average earnings So You Think For this example we will be using 3 and 5YO geldings that both average a 30 000 earn per start. is provides each with a raw rating of 18 30 000 (average earnings per start) 18 (raw rating gure) Step 4. Add ratings ese raw rating gures are added to the race rating. For this 40 class race this provides both horses a 58 rating (40 18). 40 (race rating) 18 (raw ratings of both horses) 58 Step 3. Adjust rating as per the WFA scale An adjustment gure is calculated by subtracting 60 from each horse s WFA weight. We will set the hypothetical race for 1600m in July. e 3YO has a WFA gure of 58 and the 5YO 59. e 3YO s WFA adjustment therefore is -2 (58 60) and the 5YO s is -1 (59 60). e 3YO with a previous rating of 58 nal weight is now adjusted to a nal weight of 56 kgs (58 - 2) and the 5YO s previous rating of 58 is now adjusted to a nal weight of 57 kgs (58 1). 3YO 58 (previous rating) 2 (WFA adjustment) 56 (kgs) 5YO 58 (previous rating) 1 (WFA adjustment) 57 (kgs) Hypothetical and actual race examples e ratings work in an equal and fair manner for all types of horses race classes and distances from country maidens through to Group 1s. Rating 0 1 2 3 4 5 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 33 1. Hypothetical field containing leading horses of varied age and sex. Set for 1600m July 2012. Based on a 30 race rating. Record So You Think Black Caviar Americain More Joyous Atlantic Jewel Pierro 17-12-3-1 22-22-0-0 31-11-4-4 26-19-0-2 7-7-0-0 6-6-0-0 Ave earn 410 000 310 000 187 000 165 000 133 000 491 000 Raw Rtg 32 30 26 26 24 32 Age sex 5YO H 5YO M 7yo H 5YO M 3YO F 2YO C WFA -1 -3 -1 -3 -4 -10.5 Calc 30 32-1 30 30-3 30 26-1 30 26-3 30 24-4 30 32-10.5 Final weight 61 kgs 57 kgs 55 kgs 53 kgs 50 kgs 51.5 kgs e 2YO colt Pierro is the highest earner per start on the back of his rewarding Golden Slipper win but being only a 2YO is handicapped with a reasonable 9.5 kgs from the top weight. So You ink has bene ted from winning rich middle distance races that are not available to sprinters and by comparison all considered this arguably provides Black Caviar an edge at the weights. 2. Hypothetical match race. Black Caviar verses Hay List. Set for 1200m July 2012. Based on a 30 race rating. Record Black Caviar Hay List 22-22-0-0 23-15-6-0 Ave earn 310 000 111 000 Raw Rtg 30 22 Age sex 5YO M 7yo H WFA -3 -1 Calc 30 30-3 30 22-1 Final weight 57 kgs 51 kgs (Table for use as a guide only as further increments can be added) Hay List is considered an unlucky horse to have run into all time champion Black Caviar and its raw rating of only 22 supports this view. In this hypothetical race Hay List and his connections are given every chance to square the ledger. Has Hay List been hard done by or is Black Caviar really that much better FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM 17 HANDICAPPING FOR A NEW AGE (cont) 3. Actual Handicap field Canterbury 1900m July 2012. Based on a 48 race rating. Record My Highlight (NZ) I Walk The Line Umatain Miss Shamardal Money Never Sleeps Pippindell Surge Draw Aura Noir (NZ) Demoriane 8 4-1-0 17 2-1-1 33 5-2-3 39 3-6-5 26 5-7-7 36 5-4-5 36 4-1-10 13 1-1-0 14 2-1-1 Ave earn 5 600 4000 5 300 4 100 2 200 2 000 2 400 1 000 1 700 Raw Rtg 12 11 12 11 8 8 8 5 7 Age sex 5YO M 4YO M 5YO M 5YO M 5YO M 5YO M 5YO M 4YO M 5YO M WFA -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 Calc 48 13-3 48 11-3 48 12-3 48 11-3 48 8-3 48 8-3 48 8-3 48 5-3 48 7-3 Final weight 58 kgs (59) 56 kgs (58) 57 kgs (57) 56 kgs (56.5) 53 kgs (55.5) 53 kgs (54) 53 kgs (54) 50 kgs (54) 52 kgs (54) My Highlight has won 4 from 8 starts and deserves the top weight. At the bottom of the weights is Aura Noir with only 1 win from 13 starts. In brackets are the actual allotted handicap weights (minimum 54kgs) which are typically similar to the independently allotted earn ability weights. 4. Actual Maiden field Cessnock 1550m 23 July 2012. Based on a 55 race rating. Record Diafire Eirejack Honours Essential Sir Neon Balmain Gem Intangible Queen Ruby Rue Wealth of Nations 3-0-0-0 6-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 13-0-1-2 7-0-0-1 6-0-0-0 5-0-0-0 4-0-0-1 Ave earn 375 275 675 323 203 110 100 344 Raw Rtg 2 2 3 2 1 0 0 2 Age sex 4YO G 3YO G 3YO G 5YO G 3YO F 3YO F 5YO M 4YO M WFA -1 -2 -2 -1 -4 -4 -3 -3 Calc 55 2-1 55 2-2 55 3-2 55 2-1 55 1-4 55 0-4 55 0-3 55 2-3 Final weight 56 kgs 55 kgs 56 kgs 56 kgs 52 kgs 51 kgs 52 kgs 54 kgs A eld made up of similar lowly preformed horses which are therefore closely handicapped. is was an actual set weights race. Hay List would receive 6kg from Black Caviar The earn ability formula and or its raw rating can also be used by punters connections or breeders... 18 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM BEARCAT (Danehill-Fitting by Marscay) 15.3hh Entered stud 2006 (AUS) TO N SW N EW 3 c3ST 00 in G 1000m track record holder at Hong Kong s Happy Valley From a prolific family of Group winners producers and sires Sire of 36 winners of 1.1 million in prizemoney The full-brother to Golden Slipper winner CATBIRD and from the family of dual Gr2-winning sire MAIZCAY and blue hen mare DONNA CARA Leading WA based first season sire in 2009 2010 his progeny headed by brilliant filly Time to Climb who won three of her first four starts including the Magic Millions Perth 2YO Classic. Also sire of stakes-placed Ziva Star smart metropolitan winners Kiddy Cat Bear Rio Little Larrikin and promising three year-old Mister Panon Standing alongside Bon Hoffa at Bowness Stud Murringo Via Young NSW 2594 Contact John North Ph 02 6384 6270 Mob 0428 846 270 Email bownesstud hotmail.com Website bownessstud.com Broodmare Yours As Always HORSES FOR T ime to sort through all the stallion options and nd that one bloke who is the perfect match for your broodmare. Time to weigh up whether you use a brand spanking new unproven bloke or go for an older fellow who has runs on the board. e bene ts of new are that stallions tend to leave their best crops in their rst three crops but the downside is that 40% of new stallions NEVER leave a stakeswinner. Try that for a double-edged sword ergo as a breeder you re o en damned if you do and perhaps more likely to be damned if you don t. If you feel your breeding plan can t cope with a generally high failure rate among young stallions it s best to look at the proven chaps. But how do you rate the proven stallions e industry is full to exploding of di erent statistical measures. Mark Twain s quote Lies damned lies and statistics springs to mind when attempting to sort Editor-at-large Rene Geelen reports It s that time of year again when breeders have to make the tough calls. out which of the various gures you should apply in your hunt for a successful stallion. e basic gures for every stallion give you his foals named foals runners winners stakes-winners and placegetters group winners Gr1 winners and prize money earned. In simple terms you can pick any of these gures and divide them by another to give a ratio. Dynamic Syndications advertisements use prize money earners to runners while Rob Waterhouse believes a good stallion should have 10% stakes-winners to winners. e various stud websites use a range of these measures but most commonly they use stakes-winners to runners stakesperformers to runners and occasionally stakes-winners to foals. Personally I have a preference for stakeswinners to foals the percentage gure is lower than using runners as a base so stallion owners tend to steer clear of it. at s because COURSES Being a breeder is tough work around 7% of all foals born are reported as dead before they are yearlings... comparing stakes winners to runners gives a higher number and therefore looks better. But a breeder is producing a foal. erefore it is a logical base for any statistical measure and will give a truer picture of the expected outcomes for a breeder. Being a breeder is tough work around 7% of all foals born are reported as dead to the Stud Book before they are yearlings. is includes stillborn foals as well as the myriad of other accidental deaths that can occur between birth and 18 months 20 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM old. Sadly there is truth in the old farmers maxim if you have livestock you ll also have dead stock . It is because of the di culties in breeding that breeders should understand and utilise the information available to them. Why make things harder for yourself by choosing a stallion that isn t going to give you a push in the right direction e best place to start is with an understanding of the overall industry. What are your basic chances of success all other things being equal Once you know this then you can work out how to beat the odds and get in that winners circle more o en. Arion Pedigrees sent B&R the full 2001 foal crop and their race records. ere were 17 794 foals born in Australia that year and now that over 99% have retired from racing they provide a good sample of what a breeder can expect as a baseline for measuring success. Rating Stakes Winner Stakes Placed Winner Non-winner Nmd Unraced Unnamed Total 268 247 5 768 4 657 2 771 4 083 % of Foals 1.5% 1.4% 32% 26% 16% 23% (includes the 7% that die young) El Moxie did it the hard way It may be that a stallion s stock mature slower than the commercial market wants... Stallion Yof - To Stud Fastnet Rock (AUS) 2001 - 2005 Redoute s Choice (AUS) 1996 - 2000 More Than Ready (USA) 1997 - 2001 Lonhro (AUS) 1998 - 2004 Street Cry (IRE) 1998 - 2003 Encosta de Lago (AUS) 1993 - 1997 High Chaparral (IRE) 1999 - 2004 Medaglia d Oro (USA) 1999 - 2005 Exceed and Excel (Aus) 2000 - 2004 Bernardini (USA) 2003 - 2007 Commands (AUS) 1996 - 2000 Stud Coolmore Stud Arrowfield Stud Vinery Stud Darley Darley Coolmore Stud Coolmore Stud Darley Darley Darley Darley Service Fee 2012 220 000 137 500 121 000 110 000 110 000 82 500 77 000 77 000 66 000 55 000 55 000 Foals 627 1088 1697 556 928 1636 890 619 1007 435 1068 Rnrs 394 795 1302 409 700 1245 551 330 797 202 811 Wnrs 260 607 927 293 460 838 314 205 511 89 579 SW 33 89 99 33 56 91 35 31 51 15 47 Gr1 10 21 11 4 13 19 7 7 4 4 6 SW foals 5.3% 8.2% 5.8% 5.9% 6.0% 5.6% 3.9% 5.0% 5.1% 3.4% 4.4% Total 17 794 Using these gures as a base this table can be used to attribute an arbitrary gure to stallion success. To show just how hard these gures are to achieve we can take a look at the 65 stallions who stood their rst season in 1991 and had more than 10 foals. Arion Pedigrees provided this data for the July 2012 article Only the Good Die Young . Achievement Arbitrary Rating No stakes winners Less than 1.5% stakes winners 1.5% to 3% 3% to 6% 6% to 9% Over 9% Useless Worse than baseline OK Good Excellent Awesome 11 4 1 1 (Danehill 14%) 27 21 Stallions As you d expect from the most expensive stallions they t into the top three categories. While some may appear to have slightly lower SW foals ratios than seems fair for their price keep in mind that they all have le multiple Gr1 winners and this elevates them above the rest of the population in terms of desirability. For those who can t a ord one of the expensive lads this idea of measuring performance can still be used to hunt out a bargain priced well-performed stallion. e stallion is less expensive for the sole reason that his progeny aren t sought in the commercial ring. But that is not always an indicator that the stallion is rubbish. It may be that his stock are generally plain looking (yet functional) or that they mature slower than the commercial market wants. A good example is recently deceased El Moxie. He started his stud career without fanfare in Tasmania the winner of 6 minor races in USA from 19 starts. e attraction was his pedigree his dam was a half sister to the great Northern Dancer and the family is littered with successful sires. His rst crop of 18 foals was nothing special but his second crop of 29 foals contained Gr1 Caul eld Guineas winner Alfa and two other stakes-winners. Soon a er that win by Alfa El Moxie s talents were recognised by Emirates Park Stud and they bought him for their Victorian operation. El Moxie was a solid performer for Emirates Park leaving 17 stakes winners at a rate of 2% to foals and le 6 Gr1 winners. Emirates Park nominations manager Bryan Carlson says El Moxie was underrated by many but was a very good sire especially given his opportunity. e problem with stallions like him is that they start with lower quality mares and this re ects badly in the sales ring which creates a bit of a vicious cycle. Broodmare owners see the sales results and stay clear with their better mares and the stallion has to keep doing it tough. A stallion like El Moxie might get a little lost in the ght for commercial glory but he provided an opportunity to breed a top racehorse for those who take the time to hunt for a good performer. Here are some of his better performed progeny 21 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM HORSES FOR COURSES (CONTINUED) SILENT WITNESS (99g Bureaucracy Grosvenor). Top of e 2005 International 4YO Classi cation (sprint). Joint second on e 2003 International 4YO Classi cation (sprint).18 wins to 1400m HK 47 196 900 135 912 000 Hong Kong Sprint Gr.1-twice HKJC Bauhinia Sprint Trophy HK-1twice Centenary Sprint Cup HK-1-twice Chairman s Sprint Prize HK-1-twice Nakayama Sprinters S. Jpn-1 HKJC International Sprint Trial H. HK-2-twice Queen s Silver Jubilee Cup HK-2 Sha Tin Vase HK-2 Sha Tin Sprint Trophy HK-3 Sound Print H. Hennessy H. Mastermind H. Gay Eighties H. 2d HKJC Champions Mile HK-1 Cathay Paci c Hong Kong Sprint Gr.1 Queen s Silver Jubilee Cup HK-1 3d Tokyo Yasuda Kinen Gr.1 HKJC Chairman s Sprint Prize HK-1 4th Nakayama Sprinters S. Gr.1 HKJC Cathay Paci c International Sprint Trial HK-2. ALFA (93c Kaoru Star Without Fear). Joint second on e 1996-97 Australasian 3YO Classi cation.10 wins-6 at 2-from 800m to 2050m A 878 900 VATC Caul eld Guineas Gr.1 MVRC AAMI Vase Gr.3 VRC Poseidon S. L VATC JD MacDonald S. L TRC Fosters Classic L TTC Gold Sovereign S. L TRC Tilford 2YO H. TTC Examiner Debutant P. Country Club Hotel 2YO H. Silver Ingot 2YO Cup 2d Victoria Derby Gr.1 VATC Yalumba S. Gr.1 AJC Challenge S. Gr.2 STC Hill S. Gr.2 AJC Show County H. L VRC Debonair S. L 4th AJC Epsom H. Gr.1 VRC Lightning S. Gr.1. EL MIRADA (94g Bletchingly Passing Glance). 7 wins-1 at 2-from 800m to 1600m A 1 132 390 AJC All Aged S. Gr.1 VRC Bobbie Lewis H. Gr.3 Qld Tatt s RC Mercedes-Benz S. Gr.3 VATC Victoria H. Gr.3 QTC Ascot H. L VRC Skipton H. TTC Examiner Debutant P. 2d AJC Apollo S. Gr.2 MVRC Alister Clark S. Gr.2 VATC Autumn Classic Gr.2 NSW Tatt s RC Ming Dynasty H. L VATC New Statesman H. W Dunlop H. VRC Tauto Welter H. 3d AJC Spring Champion S. Gr.1 Queen Elizabeth S. Gr.1 STC Canterbury S. Gr.2 AJC Dulcify H. L Newcastle JC Spring S. L VATC Lobster Cave P. 4th AJC Doncaster H. Gr.1 VRC Newmarket H. Gr.1 Lightning S. Gr.1 STC George Ryder S. Gr.1 AJC Expressway S. Gr.2 STC Canterbury S. Gr.2 VATC Victoria H. Gr.3 Moonga S. Gr.3 VRC Debonair S. L. WINESTOCK - MUNSON (MAC.) (00g Akaaber Greenwood). 8 wins-3 at 2-to 1400m A 626 050 M 1 874 200 VRC Sires Produce S. Gr.1 Inglis Premier 2YO S. Macau Ballinrobe H. MRC Knowledge 2YO H. 2d MRC Veuve Clicquot Chairman s S. L Macau Andan H. Admiralty H. 3d STC Pago Pago S. Gr.2 4th VRC Moomba P. L MRC Zeditave S. L Macau Directors Cup L. 22 Redoute s Choice massive 8.3% SW Foals Get a list of stallions in your budget range and area and do a little bit of homework to find the better performers... JOYFUL WINNER (00g Last Tycoon North elds). 11 wins from 1200m to 1600m NZ 33 200 HK 16 375 250 M 1 219 000 25 540 000 HKJC Queen s Silver Jubilee Cup HK-1-twice Macau Hong Kong Trophy L HKJC London H. Chinese New Year Cup H. HSBC Premier Cup ARC Newmarket Business Association 3YO H. HKJC Kam Shan H. Cuckoo H. Tung Chung H. 2d HKJC Champions Mile Gr.1 Chevalier Cup H. Chinese New Year Cup Wanganui JC Konami H. 3d HKJC Champions Mile HK-1 Tokyo Yasuda Kinen Gr.1 HKJC Queen s Silver Jubilee Cup HK-1 Chairman s Trophy HK-2-twice Cathay Paci c International Mile Trial HK2 Lung Kong H. 4th HKJC Champions Mile Gr.1 Cambridge Breeders S. Gr.3 HKJC Sha Tin Trophy HK-3. EAGLE REGIMENT (07g Bureaucracy Nisku). 6 wins at 1000m to 2011-12 HK 5 735 400 HKJC Kent & Curwen Centenary Sprint Cup HK-1 Members Cup Albert H. Chevalier Li s & Escalators H. Eisenach H. Riding for the Disabled Cup 2d HKJC Club Community Trophy Samsung H. Bukit Timah H. Someone who has used these measures to great e ect is Roger Gorham the breeder of Sincero. One of the reasons for his choice of Umatilla was his record of 3.6% SW foals in conjunction with ve Gr1 winners (Sincero is his sixth Gr1 winner). Aged 18 when Sincero was conceived Umatilla had fallen out of favour in the marketplace his age and his slower maturing stock being the core reasons for this. is made him a ordable for Gorham. But his stud record was good and Gorham could further analyse Umatilla s best performers and use this to nd the right mare for him. It might seem backwards to nd the stallion rst but it comes from my experience in the dairy industry. Bulls are put through a progeny test to nd out if they are any good and the racing industry s statistics provide this for breeders to do the same judgments says Gorham. Gorham took the punt on Yours as Always and also took the hit when he sold Sincero for only 8 000 as a yearling. But he bred a Gr1 winner with the rst foal o his farm. e second foal raised on the farm is stakes placed as a 2YO and is being aimed at the One ousand Guineas so there might just be something good in the water out at Forbes Remember it really pays to do some investigation and use the numbers that are out there. e stud performance and statistics for all stallions standing in Australia and New Zealand can be found for free on the Arion website (under the Stallion Roster tab). Get a list of stallions in your budget range and area and do a little bit of homework to nd the better performers. is then becomes your shortlist and you can then make all the other exciting decisions that are part of being a breeder. Apply your own theories as to what conformation suits your mare throw in pedigree theories if that is what oats your boat and always always negotiate for the best price. FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM LIVING THE LIFE THEY EARNED By Jason Gregory Springtime in Melbourne and thousands of horse racing tragics descend on the southern capital for a bet to party and to watch the passing parade of champion horseflesh. A growing number of those are now turning le up Sunbury Road instead of continuing into town immediately a er leaving the airport for the short drive to Living Legends. e diversion is entirely understandable as even a cursory look at the current residents of the Eliza Park property - dubbed the international home of rest for champion horses would give any race fan tingles. Better Loosen Up Apache Cat Brew Silent Witness Paris Lane Fields of Omagh Regal Roller Rogan Josh Bullish Luck and Doriemus. Others such as Bomber Bill Saintly Northerly and Sky Heights will pop in for a special visit from time-to-time. All war horses all captured the public s imagination. Living Legends CEO and veterinary director Andrew Clarke told Breeding&Racing that the range of human visitors to Woodlands Historic Park was just as widely varied as the emotions they displayed during their stay. We get the seniors who want to rekindle a link with a horse the young people who have never patted a horse and we get the people who have backed a horse for this reason or that reason and want to celebrate a past victory - or commiserate over a loss Dr Clarke said. We have had people bring plaster and wanting to take a plaster casting of their feet you just never know. ere are so many di erent reasons why people want to come and pat one or all of the horses and it can at times get fairly emotional for them. One day a large group of Asian tourists tumbled out of two jet planes and immediately boarded tour buses for the short trip to Living Legends. eir mission Silent Witness. e Australian-born legend of Hong Kong racing won his 17th consecutive race the Queen s Silver Jubilee Cup on 24 April 2005. He raced 29 times for 18 wins and Aus 9 million in prize money. A statue to commemorate his deeds stands at Hong Kong s Sha Tin Racecourse but the average punter could never get close to their turf idol when he was racing for a pat and happy snap. Dr Clarke said the tears later owed over high tea and conversation back at Woodlands historic homestead. Dr Clarke recalls another time when an executive bloke who took three business calls in the 50-metre walk from the front gate to the homestead two hours later sat around fondly and emotionally recalling his childhood. e equine residents are taken in by Living Legends at the request of owners who want the steeds who captured the public s imagination on the racetrack to remain in the limelight. Dr Clarke said that the horses overwhelmingly retained in retirement the Last year Might and Power Better Loosen Up & Northerly were used to launch the Spring Racing Carnival at the MCG... characteristics that made them great champions on the track. Better Loosen Up for example who is a little arthritic at 27 years of age remains unfazed by anything and with the gentlest of natures is the property s go-to horse. Way back when Better Loosen Up was the Eveready battery of racing he would give them a start always look beaten but pass the post rst with nothing le to give. ere is nothing of the horse it is just incredible he performed as well as he did and took on the world and won the Japan Cup (1990). We tell people that Blu (Better Loosen Up) is a stock pony. (With a winter coat) he gets very hairy and looks like a Shetland pony but he is our go-to horse though if we have kids or seniors who want a pat. Dr Clarke said that a recent visit by primary school children from a social integration 24 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM Living Legends program franked the worth of Living Legends. ey have got no money and they were badly-abused kids but cocky little buggers in some ways. When they got here they grabbed handfuls of carrots and raced down to the paddock. But they had never been near a horse and then just sort of stood back and were really worried at the start of the day but at the end of the day they were cuddling this old bloke (Blu) like they were the Man from Snowy River. You would reckon they had climbed a mountain. e horse itself still thunders around the paddock he shares with 1994 Caul eld Cup and Mackinnon Stakes victor Paris Lane. He still throws punches at old Paris Lane there Paris Lane keeps to himself a lot Dr Clarke reveals. He is not the most sociable horse but they all have their personalities. Case in point Might and Power. He will run around the paddock and it scares you how fast he goes he is like a speedboat. We have photos of him running and you look into his face and his eyes and he is saying I run Dr Clarke said. Yeah yeah we know. Might and Power will turn 20 next year but still cocks his head like a young colt and feisty as ever his eyes dart as he shi s from one foot to the other. He turns his funny old bent legs on a dime and nips at the outstretched hand before he stops and stares at Better Loosen Up being fed in the neighboring paddock. In 1997 the Zabeel (NZ) Benediction (IRE) gelding was rated the world s best stayer a er leading all the way to take out the Caul eld and Melbourne Cups double. is free-running style of racing systematically destroyed everything behind him and won him a legion of followers. On the day B&R visited he was more intent on destroying his dinner. He is in a funny mood today Dr Clarke explains. His dinner is late he is a grumpy old thing. is is him all over the food is late and he would also be pretty annoyed that he wasn t fed rst. e horse himself is apparently partial to the ladies but loves most attention that comes his way. Nick Moraitis Might and Power s owner apparently wept when he saw how much joy children visiting the farm would get from the great champion. Dr Clarke believes the feeling is mutual. I have photos of Might and Power with some kids and showed them to Nick Moraitis and he had tears rolling down his cheeks. As a racehorse he was tough and was neversay-die and just loved the ght but the old horse is never happier than when he has kids around him. Dr Clarke noted though that visitors to Living Legends most enjoyed hearing about what sets the di erent horses apart from each other. Rogan Josh is a typical Bart just good in the head. Bart has them just so nice and so . We have had Saintly here - you will wear your hands out patting him before he gets sick of it. On the other hand though Bomber Bill just wanted to be le alone. ese horses have strong personalities but they probably have never been pushed beyond their limit. One thing that interests me is that most of these horses had roughly 40 lifetime starts. We are seeing really good performers who were probably pampered a bit and have not gone through a lot of tough races and from trainer to trainer. Dr Clarke said Silent Witness was perhaps the most mentally tough horse he had met. Dr Clarke ew with him from Hong Kong. ey put you in these little stalls and drag you across Hong Kong airport to get you to cargo with planes screaming overhead. But it didn t worry him it was like he was on a picnic. He didn t care. Indeed that is something all Living Legends residents must learn to handle as the tra c from Melbourne Airport winging its way over the farm is nearly constant. Brew for 25 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM LIVING THE LIFE THEY EARNED (cont) instance is a study in relaxation as he keeps munching the grass as an A380 Airbus passes close overhead. But while the accidental resident may be unfazed by aircra he was not always so relaxed around modern machinery. e 2000 Melbourne Cup winner was being tried-out as a police horse but pig-rooted across Melbourne s tram-dominated Swanston St on his rst day in the probationary uniform. e constabulary tried again the next day and took him to South Melbourne where it was a little quieter but he tried to push an older horse into a tram. He failed the academy and that was the end of that. He currently shares a plot with Apache Cat the extraordinary sprinter who had ve consecutive Gr1 victories a streak only matched by Tulloch. e baldy-faced chestnut gelding became just as famous though for his beautiful and striking markings as his deeds on the track. Sometimes there are three horses to a paddock but two is preferred as they can buddy up and ignore the third horse. Just like kids. But a time when three were hemmed in together provided Dr Clarke with one of his favorite memories on the farm. Blu was in a paddock with FOO (Fields of Omagh) and Bomber Bill and they hooned around the paddock and Blu led the eld. Might and Power Silent Witness and Apache Cat have that obvious X-factor but Blu you think he is really quiet and friendly but he is one of those who would play really tough on a footy eld. Might and Power currently shares a paddock with the former Anthony Cummings-trained stayer Zavite who is a pony when measured up to the great horse. It is perhaps fortunate they never met on the track Dr Clarke said that one night Might and Power came out on top a er a stoush with Doriemus that saw chunks of hair torn from the former stayer they must have been arguing over a previous Melbourne Cup. But according to Dr Clarke that is not the only thing point on which they might disagree. Doriemus would do anything for a carrot he is a thinker. If horses played chess he would play chess. Might And Power with admirers You get the sense that if there was a carrot on the roof of that shed over there he would get a ladder and climb up and get it but if Might and Power thought there was a carrot on the roof he would kick the shed down. ey would both get the carrot but they are like people and just take a di erent approach to life. But it is not all a quiet life for residents. Fields of Omagh and Bullish Luck for example will go to Eliza Park for periods and Doriemus will head to owner Simon O Donnell s property near Kilmore for several months over winter. Shortly a er Breeding&Racing s visit Brew was headed to Sydney for a promotional tour including an appearance on Channel Seven s Sunrise program. Last year Might and Power Better Loosen Up and Northerly were used to launch the Spring Racing Carnival at the MCG and made guest appearances at the Caul eld Cup the Cox Plate and the Melbourne Cup. ey also le the Woodlands set-up for brief periods for trips to Tasmania and South Australia. Living Legends which is open seven days a week to the public from 10am to 4pm is unique internationally and the property has great historical links with the Australian turf. Better Loosen Up It would be great to get (2011 Melbourne Cup hero) Dunedin when he finishes & Sacred Kingdom has gone to the breeders... Dr. Andrew Clarke is is despite it being tough with a poor farming history mainly due to it being in a rain shadow a dry area on the lee back side of a mountainous area. Colin Hayes once said good trees on a property were a sign that you could breed good horses and he is possibly proven right once again with a cursory look at former Woodlands residents. e associations include two-time Caul eld Cup and Doncaster Handicap winner Whittier seven-time Australian Champion Sire Heroic AJC Derby Caul eld Cup and Cox Plate winner Manfred Melbourne Cup-winner Hallmark and Ajax who won 18 consecutive races but is probably best remembered for going down by half a length at 40 1-on in the 1939 Rawson Stakes. Joining the ranks of Living Legends in coming months will be Doomben wonderhorse Chief de Beers who secured all of his 20 wins at the track and the big chestnut harness legend Sokyola who was retired a er eight seasons in the hopples with 76 wins and two Miracle Miles. And who does Dr Clarke have on the wishlist Living Legends plan to welcome in coming months It would be great to get (2011 Melbourne Cup hero) Dunedin when he nishes and Sacred Kingdom has gone to the breeders but hopefully we will be able to get him as a visitor like Northerly. Living Legends www.livinglegends.org. au is a charitable organization that relies on government sponsorship and corporate and private donations. 26 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM AAMI Victoria Derby Australia s Oldest Classic Crown Oaks Australia s First Fillies Classic Saturday 3 November 2012 flemington Sponsored by AAMI Thursday 8 November 2012 flemington Sponsored by Crown Entertainment Complex Of 1 500 000 and 10 000 trophies. First 900 000 and trophies valued at 8 000 1 000 & 1 000 to owner trainer and rider Second 270 000 Third 135 000 Fourth 67 500 Fifth 37 500 Sixth 30 000 Seventh 30 000 and Eighth 30 000. 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BRITISH RACING S FUNDING CRISIS B eyond the lush green downs and wellheeled gentry beamed to the world from England s major racetracks Great Britain has become the sick man of world racing and he is getting sicker. ere is plenty of anecdotal evidence from other more nancially buoyant racing nations around the globe as to what the cure is however administering the necessary medicine is proving no simple task. e British Horseacing Authority is hoping future negotiations with bookmakers over funding of the sport will prove more rewarding than the Government-controlled Levy for the past y years. e current Levy o ers just around 70m of gross pro ts or around 1.5% of turnover. Successive Governments have continually ignored the arguments presented by the BHA that the Levy on British Bookmakers racing turnover is insu cient and as a consequence prize money for the races below listed class for the 61 tracks has remained poor in general terms and speci cally when compared to training costs. e Department of Media and Sport has indicated proposing to reform the Levy and require all betting operators licensed in Great Britain to enter into commercial deals with the BHA. In looking at the broader picture at a micro level I visited Folkestone racecourse a picturesque country track near the coast in Kent - for an evening meeting on July 12 to get a gauge rst-hand on some of the issues facing racing in Britain. e meeting was dedicated to an Armed forces 80s party night and their charities with the a er-racing entertainment provided by Bootleg Blondie and a local DJ from Kent FM radio. Even the racecourse Manager European correspondent John Gilmore ponders the deep-seated funding reforms needed to save racing in Great Britain. Emma Santer got in on the act running a sponsored marathon round the track for charity. I was privileged with a Press Pass but for those who didn t have one the entry price of 21 (which included an extra 4 for the entertainment plus a further 2.50 for a programme) seemed a bit steep to me. In France entry to a similar meeting would cost between 1.5 -3 euros. Total prize money for each race on the six race card ranged from just 2 500 for a maiden race to 3 500 for a handicap and this despite all the races being sponsored. A similar course in France would see prize money up to 3 times this level. Sadly the continual rain during the meeting spoilt the party and had an e ect on the attendance with only 1 600 passing through the gates when around 5 000 had been expected. Epsom trainer Olivia Maylam won the third race a Class 5 Handicap over 5 furlongs with the 3-year-old lly Charming (Invincible Spirit). Of the winner s purse she commented e owner Mrs Ward won 1876 and it s true this would just cover about 1.5 months of the monthly 1 200 training fees. I am lucky having owner breeders for my 16 horse stables. e BHA however needs to push for more from the bookmakers as prize money at this level is way too low for everybody involved in training and owning racehorses. Jockeys in England now receive 112.32 per at race ride and 152.42 for each jump race ride. Out of this they have to pay all their costs. But a lot of jockeys are without a regular contract and rides are struggling to make ends meet. A jockey receives just 7% of the winning prize money and 3.5% when placed. ROA chief executive Richard Wayman What could be a life saver is if Britain allowed pubs and caf outlets to take tote bets as an extension of their business... In Charming s Folkestone victory winning jockey Seb Saunders won an extra 167 (on top of his 112.32 fee) and the two placed runners a further 3.5% of 704 and 352 respectively - not much di erent than the riding fee of the non placed runners. Clearly the long-term e ect of low prize money has the potential of opening up a can of worms one where gambling could become more important. Some owners may resort to recuperate annual training fees this way for example by laying their horse. For the vast majority of owners the potential nancial gains of ownership are not their motivation for becoming involved in racing however that doesn t mean to say they should not have the incentive to cover their training fees as in France where it s possible by winning just two or three small races a year. Folkestone racecourse is run by Arena Leisure a private company. ey own six other tracks apart from Folkestone and along with Northern Racing - who operate 10 racetracks are the two major private racecourse operators both owned by the Reuben brothers. e other major player is a trust run by the Jockey Club who own Newmarket and thirteen others. But unlike Arena Leisure and Northern Racing all pro ts are ploughed back into the sport. 28 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM All at sea Charming wins at Folkstone Successive Governments have continually ignored the arguments presented by the BHA that the Levy on British Bookmakers racing turnover is insufficient. e frustration of continual low levels of prize money had ironically come to a head at Worcester racecourse - another track run by Arena Leisure - only the day before. Several of the jump races at the meeting fell short of the minimum tari agreed between racecourses and the Horseman Group. Originally the plan was to boycott the meeting but this way the track would have retained all the prize money so they decided on a di erent approach. Total prize money for the 9.10 novice hurdle race fell 900 short of the minimum 3 900 for a race at this level as set out by the Horseman s Group in its tari scheme. Trainers declared their horses to run but then withdrew 11 of them leaving the Nigel Twiston Davies-trained horse as the last one entered. He would have a walk over and the winner s purse would be distributed amongst the trainers to cover the 140 nes they faced with the balance donated to the injured jockeys Fund. e actions at Worcester illustrate just how frustrated horsemen and horsewomen have become with prize money and unless something is done [they] should vote with their feet claimed Racehorse Owners Association chief executive Richard Wayman. Of course such action is a last resort and our initial aim should be to work with the BHA and racecourses to create an environment where horses get a fair share of revenue with all the parties bene ting by working together to grow income streams there are two key income streams for British Racing the Levy from betting turnover approximately is 70m and the media right payments made to racecourses are approximately 84m. O -Course Bookmakers represent around 96% of the betting shop market with the tote having been sold to Betfred (a leading Bookmaker last year) contributing the other 4%. ey have been very clever in the past few years to avoid paying certain elements of the Levy on racing with leading bookmakers Ladbrokes and Hills moving their internet and phone betting services o -shore to Gibraltar. ey also take bets on other sports like football tennis and golf which is more lucrative than racing as no Levy is paid on turnover to the sport concerned. Betting on sports other than racing now represents more than 50% of the bookmaking business. 29 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM BRITISH RACING S FUNDING CRISIS (cont) Folkstone betting shop e result has seen a knock-on e ect with a 8% fall in racehorse prize money since 2007 as racehorse betting turnover decreased. e Levy has fallen dramatically in recent years as the betting industry has exploited shortcomings in the legislation by moving their internet and phone business o shore commented Wyman. I believe that this needs to be replaced by a modernised approach based on a commercially negotiated agreement between racing and betting [sectors] and which overcomes the existing issues. e Government is committed to replacing the outdated Levy mechanism with this sort of arrangement and we will obviously continue to work with them to achieve this aim. All British Racecourses receive income from daily media coverage into the 7 000 betting outlets via the two broadcasters Turf TV and Satellite Information Service who operate this service. ere is a set rate per race regardless of the class of race and these payments add up to 84 million. However what percentage of this money is used to increase prize money levels on top of the allocation from the Levy s 70m is a contentious issue. e reality is as the funding model has changed (Levy reducing and media rights increasing) prize money has su ered because the amount that racecourses contribute out of their own revenue is entirely discretionary pointed out Wayman. For years racecourses contributed around 30m annually to prize money - this being out of their media rights race sponsorship advertising and admissions. As media rights 30 increased with live TV coverage into betting outlets this has now risen to 45m last year. But the truth is there is still a long way to go before we could consider this to be anyway close to being fair. at said I should stress that the contributors vary from course to course and some take a far more responsible view than others. As intimated a major problem for the British Horseracing Association is that the Levy charged on British racing only applies to revenue generated from businesses licensed in Britain. is loophole has allowed most of the major bookmakers to move their online operations abroad to ensure revenues generated are not included in Levy negotiations. Matthew Hancock MP for Newmarket is proposing to stop this loophole with a proposed bill to Parliament at the next September session. It will introduce legislation to make bets liable for Levy payment at the source of the bet not the o shore tax haven as it stands at the moment declared Hancock. Bookmakers have not been happy how betting exchanges operate in Britain. Bookmaker William Hill had taken legal proceedings in London designed to force betting exchanges to contribute to racing. A 20th July Judicial review decided customers of betting exchanges need not pay towards a Levy. William Hill announced on August 3 it would appeal against this decision. Many believe Betting Exchanges allowing people to lay and take bets attract professional gamblers betting in large volumes should be taxed as bookmakers. Under Current Legislation only Betting Exchanges require a betting license Betting on foreign racing [televised into betting shops] is not subject to any Levy funding for British racing... those who lay or take bets do not. e BHA originally aligned with William Hill in taking legal proceedings against Betting Exchanges withdrew at the last minute a er Betfair signed a 5 year commercial agreement with them to pay 10.75% of its racing pro ts. is is expected to be worth more than 40m. Betfair licensed in Gibraltar has been making voluntary payments to racing over the past few years. According to William Hill they still believe the case is about the correct interpretation of who is a bookmaker and who ought to pay a Levy. e one troubling aspect of the Betfair deal is if the BHA considered they had a case against Betfair how would signing any nancial agreement change that opinion Intriguingly in France Betfair was refused a betting licence when the French betting market was opened in June 2010 the French considering laying and placing a bet between unlicensed individuals contradicted these principles. e British Government has failed to address the issue of organised in-running groups booking rooms at race tracks and FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM s It k ac b ENETREN E P A LINIMENT 500mL 2.5L 200mL 5L A medicinal fluid rubbed into the skin to combat sprains strains and rheumatism. Penetrating and absorbing liniment with mild antiseptic qualities. Relief of sprains strains and rheumatism in horses. Can be used to help maintain and protect the animal s muscular system by applying both before and after training. Enhances natural repair and reduces internal scarring. Stimulates blood circulation to muscles ligaments and tendons underlying the area of application. IS AVAILABLE FROM YOUR NEAREST WHOLESALER PENETRENE A LINIMENT www.ausrichter.com info ausrichter.com (02) 9517 1166 BRITISH RACING S FUNDING CRISIS (cont) using betting exchanges to bet and lay in large sums. is occurs without being considered a normal business operation as is the case for on-course bookmakers and where they should be taxed in the same manner. Since 2005 bookmakers have been allowed to have gaming machines in betting shops. ese B2 gaming machines now represent 40% of betting shop pro ts where they exist and this is another reason why British racings revenue has fallen. Another downside one with a social cost is that a Gamcare study in 2010 showed 450 000 people in Britain had a gambling problem. Satellite Information Services via its international branch has been increasingly beaming in live coverage from France Germany South Africa and South America for example of televised races to British betting shops. is allows outlets to show racing all day and up to midnight with a big advantage considerably lower costs compared to what they have to pay for English racing. at s because betting on foreign racing is not subject to any Levy funding for British racing. It also lls in the gaps when British racing is cancelled due to bad weather in the winter and makes up the di erence by having at least six meetings throughout the day in betting shops. As has been inferred in a previous item on the success of French racing the other big danger potentially facing the British industry is that owners may increasingly transfer their horses to be run in France. at s understandable given that average prize money levels even on country tracks are up to three times higher than the equivalent handicap and maiden race at tracks like Folkestone. A good example is Eoghan O Neil. In 2010 he moved from just outside Newark in Nottinghamshire to near Le Mans in the Orne region of France. His English owners followed him and he has had quite a successful couple of years. Ditto Karl Burke and his wife Elaine who train at Spigot Lodge in North Yorkshire and who are regular visitors with runners in France. e prize money for lower grade races is so much better than in Britain declared Burke. A horse can nish 5th in a handicap and still cover the return cost of transport from my yard in England. But the Burke s are not looking to move their training operations to France. I have looked at this option and instead would be looking in the future to possibly move to the south coast area of England and just pop over the channel to France with our horses on a regular basis. Everything considered expat Australian BHA chief executive Paul Bittar has a tough task on his hands. is includes future negotiations with bookmakers and racecourses concerning obtaining adequate funding levels from racing turnover in Britain and racecourses contributing more from the revenue they receive from media payments. Fi y years of a Levy rate set by the Government in power has failed to deliver any more than the current 1.5% of turnover for funding a gure way too low when at least 4-5% is the accepted minimum. It seems quite amazing that o -course bookmakers over the years have been able to use the product of another using racing for pro t while diversifying their businesses in other elds. is is illustrated by current gures that point to them keeping close to 90% ( 630m) for themselves and giving back just 10% ( 70m) to racing although racecourses do receive an extra 84m from media payments which bookmakers contribute towards by paying for live television coverage of races each day and related information. [Increased sports betting] has [resulted in] a 8% fall in racehorse prize money since 2007 as racehorse betting turnover decreased. But the fact remains that the British system of funding levels from bookmaking is failing the racing industry and has been for a long time. It s a tough game for trainers owners and stable sta with bread and butter selling maiden and handicap races having total prize money levels in the 2 000- 3 500 area against annual training fees averaging around 18 000 a year. e gures just don t add up. What could be a life saver is if Britain allowed pubs and caf outlets to take tote bets as an extension of their business o ering a Tierc type bet as in France and where the punter has to pick the rst three four or ve in a selected race. Clearly the industry in Great Britain is at a crisis level and one gets the impression looking round the world that the only successful racing nations are those o ering a monopoly tote pari-mutuel system or a tote service with a partial bookmaking system. Unless something serious is done to change the status-quo and quickly the future of grass-roots racing in Great Britain appears decidedly bleak. Addendum e Arena Northern Group subsequently announced two of their tracks Hereford and Folkestone were due to close at the end of the 2012 season. Folkstone bookmaker 32 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM EQUILUME LIGHT MASK S e n Sherlock TD Minister for Research & Innovation presented the award to Dr Murphy at UCD s Lyons Research Farm in recognition of her work to develop her invention a therapeutic light mask for horses into a marketable product. e Equilume light mask for horses is used to advance the breeding season in oroughbred mares so that their foals are born close to their universal birthday of January 1st (and September 1st in the Southern Hemisphere). e reason oroughbred horse breeders want to adjust the reproductive cycle of mares is that the industry applies a universal birthday of January 1st (in the Northern Hemisphere) to all foals. is means that if a horse was born in August it is called a yearling just 5 months later but it is too immature for sale. Other uses of the Equilume light mask include reducing extended gestation lengths in mares due to foal early in the year treating horse jet-lag and enabling competition horses to shed their winter coats earlier in time for the start of the show circuit. Dr Murphy a researcher in UCD s School of Agriculture and Food Science is currently working with Enterprise Ireland to build a UCD spin-out company around the technology which will be called Equilume Ltd. Congratulating Dr Murphy Minister Sherlock said Barbara s story is an inspiring example of how great ideas can be converted into valuable products with the potential to revolutionise an entire industry. e Equilume light mask provides timed low-level light to a single eye. It limits levels of the hormone melatonin which is usually produced in darkness and inhibits a mare s reproductive activity during winter months. Keeping mares indoors under arti cial lights has long been used to encourage mares to breed earlier. Keeping the lights on until 11 pm during winter fools a mare s reproductive system into thinking it is spring and advances the mare s reproductively active cycle. is new technology will allow breeders to keep their mares outside in their natural environment while the special light in the mask adjusts their reproductive cycle. In addition to the horses being in a healthier environment the breeders will save around 1 400 a season per animal on the costs associated with indoor WINS IRISH AWARD During July in Dublin Ireland Dr Barbara Murphy Head of Subject for Equine Science at University College Dublin (UCD) won the Enterprise Ireland 2012 One to Watch Award. Dr Barbara Murphy with her One To Watch award. It limits levels of the hormone melatonin usually produced in darkness and inhibits a mare s reproductive activity during winter months... maintenance of horses labour bedding and arti cial light. Professor Peter Clinch UCD VicePresident for Innovation said I would like to congratulate UCD s Dr Barbara Murphy a nalist on the NovaUCD 2011 Campus Company Development Programme on winning the prestigious Enterprise Ireland 2012 One-to-Watch Award. Dr Murphy s new venture Equilume is an excellent example of a spin-out company in the process of being established to translate an innovative idea arising from a UCD research programme into a commercial entity to provide a solution to a problem in the equine market place and which has the potential to provide skilled job opportunities. Dermot Cantillon one of Ireland s leading commercial oroughbred breeders and owner manager of three stud farms in Ireland and the USA trialled Equilume s light mask this year and noted e Equilume light mask has enormous potential for many breeds and categories of horses. I have been excited since being introduced to the concept and having used the masks during this year s breeding season I am very con dent that they will be a major world-wide commercial success. UCD s technology transfer team at NovaUCD facilitated the identi cation and protection of the intellectual property arising from Dr Murphy s research. Dr Murphy was also a participant and an award winner on the NovaUCD 2011 Campus Company Development Programme. is Programme assists UCD academic and research entrepreneurs in bringing their innovative ideas from intellectual concepts to fully developed and sound commercial businesses. Dr Keith O Neill Director of Lifesciences & Food research commercialisation at Enterprise Ireland said Enterprise Ireland is delighted to work with Dr Murphy to bring her invention to the market. She has used the funding provided by Enterprise Ireland to demonstrate that her invention works and to cultivate contacts in the 34 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM Mares [can be kept] outside in their natural environment while the special light in the mask adjusts their reproductive cycle... industry who can help her trial the technology. Enterprise Ireland is continuing to work with Dr Murphy to build a spin-out company to access an initial total addressable market estimated to be in excess of 60 million. e production of oroughbred foals is big business in Ireland as the world s 3rd largest producer of oroughbreds Ireland currently produces around 10 000 foals every year in an industry which is worth 1 billion to the Irish economy. Dr Murphy has already demonstrated her prototype to horse breeders in Kentucky USA and in Japan who are very interested in her product. She plans to incorporate Equilume Ltd in 2013 and to manufacture the light mask in Ireland. Victoria Racing Club and Patinack Farm Pty Ltd proudly present the Patinack Farm Classic (A leg of the 2012 Global Sprint ChallengeTM) Saturday 10 November 2012 Flemington Sponsored by Patinack Farm Pty Ltd Group 1 (53rd of Series) 1200 Metres Of 1 000 000 and 2 500 trophies. First 600 000 and trophies valued at 2 500. Second 180 000 Third 90 000 Fourth 45 000 Fifth 25 000 Sixth 20 000 Seventh 20 000 and Eighth 20 000. Race Bonus A 600 000 bonus will be paid to connections of the winner of this race if the horse has won a Leg of the Global Sprint Challenge run outside Australia since 1 October 2011. FOR THREE-YEARS-OLD & UPWARDS Standard Weight for Age No Allowances for Apprentices Entry & Acceptance Information Entries ( 550) close 12 noon Tuesday 25 September 2012 Late Entry First Declaration Further Late Entry Final Declaration ( 1 650) ( 880) ( 55 000) ( 11 000) 12 noon Fri 28 Sept 12 noon Tues 23 Oct 12 noon Mon 5 Nov 10am Wed 7 Nov Entry & Acceptance to be made at RISA Trainers Service Centre Tel 1800 138 704 All times stated are Melbourne Time. All fee amounts are inclusive of GST. Enquiries James Earls VRC Racing Manager ( 61 3) 8378 0720 or email j.earls vrc.net.au FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM VRC4195HP 35 RED BLOOD CELL & HAEMOGLOBIN An Australian human biotech company has shown to increase Red Blood Cells & Haemoglobin by up to 13% in racehorses. BREAKTHROUGH THE PEDIGREE OF A THOROUGHBRED MERELY SETS THE BLUEPRINT... A er 2 years of work Australian Biotechnology Company Phosphagenics Limited and Equine Nutrition Australia have entered an agreement to commercialise products utilizing Phosphagenics TPM technology through the R&D company Equine Ergogenics Australia. CEO of Equine Ergogenics Australia Mr Rob Neely said e application of TPM delivery technology (a form of phosphorylated Vitamin E) has shown to enhance and increase the absorption of many vital nutrients. From a practical perspective most ergogenic aids can be classi ed into one of four categories 1) those that perform as claimed 2) those that may perform as claimed but for which there is insu cient evidence of e cacy at this time 3) those that do not perform as claimed and 4) those that are dangerous banned or illegal and therefore should not be used. What we set out to do originally was solve the age-old problem of getting selenium into a horse s body at a level that is considered RDI. Out of those successful initial trials in 2010 we realised that if we could obtain the same level of bio-availability with blood building vitamins and minerals we may be able to extend the OBLA (Onset of Blood Lactate Accumulation) which is when a horse starts to slow down in the straight as others run on. Researchers in the past have suggested that when this happens it signi es a signi cant shi from predominantly aerobic metabolism to predominantly anaerobic energy production. Equivalency of delaying OBLA would potentially have the e ect of a horse in a 1200 metre race being able to run on an extra 156 metres before lactate threshold is reached. RED BLOOD CELL RESULTS FROM RACING In December 2011 trials were conducted on 18 in-work racehorses at a stable on the Mornington Peninsula. e results of the proof-of-concept were outstanding with increases of Red Blood Cells (Rbc) and Haemoglobin (Hb) a er only 7 days of supplementation (up to 9%) and even higher levels a er 14 days of supplementation (up to 13%). ese trials had 3 control arms including the current Gold Standard Blood Building product against which the TPM formulation showed signi cant improvement. 36 There is a common misconception that iron is the only nutrient required for blood cell production... Increased Red Blood Cell and Haemoglobin activity is known to increase Vo2Max and delay lactate thresholds both very important when training horses. Mr. Neely said e vitamins and minerals are all allowable under the rules of racing and none of them are on the banned list as they are not drugs iron copper cobalt and zinc are important trace minerals required for red blood cell formation and metabolism. Vitamin B6 B12 and folic acid are essential vitamins in this process. ere is a common misconception that iron is the only nutrient required for blood cell production however a de ciency of any of the other minerals and vitamins mentioned above can reduce red blood cell and haemoglobin formation regardless of how much iron is available to the horse. Further GCP trials for APVMA registration data on up to 76 in-work racehorses are about to begin at two locations on the Mornington Peninsula as this edition goes to print. Over the period since 2006 Phosphagenics Limited based in Melbourne has demonstrated clinically that its TPM technology based on phosphorylated Vitamin E has been used successfully to increase the absorption and bioavailability of CoQ10 and Omega-3 oils in humans and animals respectively. ese nutrients are amongst the most sought-a er dietary supplements available worldwide. Phosphagenics TPM delivery technology for humans is now being applied to equine dietary supplements to improve the oral absorption of actives. It is expected that TPM will prove equally e cacious for products in the equine nutrition industry. AND NOW THEY HAVE USED THE SAME TECHNOLOGY FOR BREEDING is year the companies put to use their earlier trial results with a combination of TPM and Selenium to see whether it would positively a ect development. Recent trials in Weanlings and Yearlings at an R&D farm have yielded very promising results. e studies have shown that proprietary formulations of TPM with selenium increased the absorption of selenium into the blood stream by over 50% and GPx activity increased on average up to 6-fold when compared to the Selenium alone treatment group. When combined in ENA s new Weanling PrepTM the results are visible. e photos here are of a oroughbred Weanling purchased at the Magic Millions National Broodmare and Weanling Sale June 2012. e colt by the stallion Over was only fed Weanling Prep (recently released feed from ENA) Lucerne hay and pasture. e photo on the le was taken on the 6th June 2012 and the photo on the right is the same colt only 13 days later on the 19th June 2012. For more information go to www.equine-ergogenics.com or follow the trial results on twitter equineergogenic FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM To view the New Evolution Equine Aquatrainer email info equineaquatrainer.com www.equineaquatrainer.com RADAR hile it is generally true that a stallion is cheap for a reason it is not automatically true that the reason equates to lack of racetrack success. But for breeders who have less to spend - and let s face it that s most of us it is a matter of sorting out the wheat from the cha . Once you have a breeding plan it is time to gure out which of the 366 sires in this price bracket we ve taken poetic license and assumed at 11 000 you ll get your GST back will help you get to your goal. Are you happy to take a punt on an unproven sire in the hope that it is the next Encosta de Lago (debuted at 8 500) Or are you less about the mad punt and more about risk management Or somewhere else on the spectrum Regardless of what the ads might say there are some gems hiding in amongst the cheaper section. Sort of like buying a great pair of jeans at Target and enjoying the compliments from people wearing Louis Vuitton. Of the 131 sires in the unproven department there are 20 with similarities to Encosta de Lago (a Gr1 winner). If you value race-track performance and you are willing to take a punt on a young gun check out this list. UNDER THE Plenty of quality sires sail under the radar in the all-important 10 000 and under category. Ren e Geelen says all you need is a strategy for unearthing value. Gr1 Winners As Yet Unproven Stallion Ccode Yof - To Stud Benfica (AUS) 2008 - 2012 Captain Sonador (AUS) 2006 - 2011 Reward for Effort (AUS) 2006 - 2011 Zoffany (IRE) 2008 - 2012 Pressday (AUS) 2007 - 2012 Reaan (AUS) 2005 - 2009 Roman Emperor (NZ) 2005 - 2010 Anacheeva (AUS) 2007 - 2012 Bon Hoffa (AUS) 2002 - 2009 Bushranger (IRE) 2006 - 2010 Dick Turpin (IRE) 2007 - 2012 Myboycharlie (IRE) 2005 - 2009 Shellscrape (AUS) 2006 - 2011 Skilled (AUS) 2007 - 2012 Turffontein (AUS) 2004 - 2010 Alfred Nobel (IRE) 2007 - 2011 Snapy Halo (ARG) 2004 - 2011 Rebel Raider (AUS) 2005 - 2011 Wicked Style (USA) 2005 - 2010 We Can Seek (Chi) 2001 - 2008 Sire Lonhro (AUS) Shamardal (USA) Exceed and Excel (Aus) Dansili (GB) Domesday (AUS) Hussonet (USA) Montjeu (Ire) Anabaa (USA) Belong to Me (USA) Danetime (IRE) Arakan (USA) Danetime (IRE) Dane Shadow (AUS) Commands (AUS) Johannesburg (USA) Danehill Dancer (IRE) Southern Halo (USA) Reset (AUS) Macho Uno (USA) Seeker s Reward (CAN) Stud Darley Raheen Stud Chatswood Stud Coolmore Stud Eliza Park Cornerstone Stud Princes Farm Chatswood Stud Bowness Stud Eliza Park Mungrup Stud Vinery Stud Wattle Grove Darley Blue Gum Farm Lynward Park Stud Cangon Stud Wyndholm Park Oaklands Stud Ilala Stud Service Fee W 11 000 11 000 11 000 11 000 9 900 9 900 9 900 8 800 8 800 8 800 8 800 8 800 8 800 8 800 8 800 7 150 6 500 5 500 5 500 1 100 There are some gems hiding in amongst the cheaper section. At the other extreme if you value production performance there are 235 stallions that have had runners (in this price bracket) and of those only 25 have le a Gr1 winner during their stud career. As expected with this price bracket many of these stallions are older and the average age of these 25 stallions is a tick over 17. ere are however some younger ones in here that are worth further investigation. ey may be cheap because the market has overlooked them but those breeding to race should never under-estimate a stallion that has a Gr1 on their produce record. Gr1 winner Shellscrape 38 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM Of the 131 unproven sires there are 20 with similarities to Encosta de Lago Reaan carries the Hussonet stamp Strada 2 SW already Sires Of Gr1 Winners Stallion Ccode Yof - To Stud Bradbury s Luck (AUS) 2002 - 2006 Oratorio (IRE) 2002 - 2006 Lucky Owners (NZ) 1999 - 2004 Ustinov (Aus) 1998 - 2003 Viking Ruler (AUS) 1998 - 2003 Viscount (AUS) 1998 - 2002 King Cugat (USA) 1997 - 2002 Monashee Mountain (USA) 1997 - 2001 Oamaru Force (AUS) 1997 - 2003 Zariz (AUS) 1997 - 2002 Sire Redoute s Choice (AUS) Danehill (USA) Danehill (USA) Seeking the Gold (USA) Danehill (USA) Quest for Fame (GB) Kingmambo (USA) Danzig (USA) Geiger Counter (USA) Mukaddamah (USA) Stud Glenlogan Park Coolmore Stud Widden Stud Moorookyla Park Thoroughbreds Mornmoot Stud Oakland Park Stud Barree Stud Eliza Park Noorelaine Farm Kooringal Stud Gr1 winners Service Fee Age 10 10 13 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 1 3 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 6 000 11 000 6 600 6 600 6 600 7 700 5 000 8 800 3 850 5 500 And then there are those stallions in the middle and this might be where the best value can be found. ese are the young stallions with only a few crops racing that have le stakes winners o low service fees who just need that one really good horse to catapult them into commercial desirability. e following table shows stallions in this fee bracket that have le a stakes winner or better from their rst two crops to race. Oldest Progeny Global in 2012 Oldest Aus-bred Progeny in 2012 13 Emerging Sires To Watch Stallion Ccode Yof - To Stud Zizou (AUS) 2004 - 2008 Chateau Istana (GB) 2002 - 2007 Flying Pegasus (Aus) 2002 - 2007 Henny Hughes (USA) 2003 - 2007 Excellent Art (GB) 2004 - 2008 Saxon (AUS) 2001 - 2007 Strada (AUS) 2002 - 2007 Any Given Saturday (USA) 2004 2008 Shaft (AUS) 2004 - 2008 Street Boss (USA) 2004 - 2009 Amadeus Wolf (GB) 2003 2008 Excites (AUS) 2003 - 2007 Manton (AUS) 2002 - 2007 Nothing to Lose (USA) 2000 2007 Valixir (Ire) 2001 - 2007 Sire Fusaichi Pegasus (USA) Grand Lodge (USA) Fusaichi Pegasus (USA) Hennessy (USA) Pivotal (GB) Danehill (USA) Danehill (USA) Distorted Humor (USA) Flying Spur (AUS) Street Cry (IRE) Mozart (IRE) Danewin (AUS) Danehill (USA) Sky Classic (CAN) Trempolino (USA) Stud Turangga Farm Oaklands Stud Touchstone Farm Rangeview Stud Coolmore Stud Heytesbury T breds Riverdene Stud Darley Darley Darley Chatswood Stud Vinery Stud Tareena Stud Willowbend Stud Lomar Park Stud Stud Ability 2YO Gr2 wnr in Singapore Gr2 wnr in SAF Gr2 wnr in Aus 2 Gr3 wnrs in USA and 4 Listed wnrs in USA Gr3 wnr in UK and 4 Listed wnrs in NH 2 Listed wnrs 2 Listed wnrs 2 Listed wnrs in USA 1 Listed wnr (Gr1 placed at 2) 1 Listed wnr in NH 1 Listed wnr in UK 1 Listed wnr 1 Listed wnr 1 Listed wnr 1 Listed wnr Service Fee 11 000 7 700 4 400 7 700 8 800 5 500 4 400 11 000 7 700 11 000 9 900 6 600 5 000 7 700 8 000 3 4 4 4 3 4 4 3 3 2 3 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 3 3 4 4 3 3 2 Yrlgs 4 4 4 4 Happy hunting and don t forget that everybody s circumstances are di erent. If you think your mare is a great match with a stallion and you re prepared to put your money where you mouth is then go for it particularly if you re breeding to race. A er all the sire you fancy doesn t have to nick with all the mares out there just with yours FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM 39 UNDER THE RADAR - SIRES 10 000 AND UNDER AUSTRALIA (CONTINUED) Stallion Ccode Yof - To Stud Adam (AUS) 1994 - 2001 Al Aseel (AUS) 2007 - 2011 Al Samer (AUS) 2002 - 2006 Alert (Arg) 2002 - 2007 Alfred Nobel (IRE) 2007 - 2011 All Chatter (USA) 1994 - 1999 Amadeus Wolf (GB) 2003 - 2008 Anacheeva (AUS) 2007 - 2012 Annenkov (Ire) 2002 - 2010 Anton Pillar (AUS) 2005 - 2010 Any Given Saturday (USA) 2004 - 2008 Apologia (AUS) 2002 - 2007 Arazi (USA) 1989 - 1993 Arena (AUS) 1995 - 2000 Arlington (AUS) 2004 - 2012 Assafa (AUS) 2001 - 2007 Astronomer Royal (USA) 2004 - 2009 Azevedo (AUS) 1999 - 2006 Back the Crown (AUS) 1997 - 1999 Bagger Vance (AUS) 2000 - 2004 Balmont (USA) 2001 - 2007 Barbajuan (IRE) 2001 - 2009 Bearcat (AUS) 1999 - 2006 Beatus (AUS) 2004 - 2011 Beaufort Scale (USA) 2001 - 2006 Beneteau (AUS) 2007 - 2011 Benfica (AUS) 2008 - 2012 Best Choice (AUS) 2007 - 2012 Bianconi (USA) 1995 - 2000 Bite the Bullet (USA) 1987 - 1992 Bon Hoffa (AUS) 2002 - 2009 Bradbury s Luck (AUS) 2002 - 2006 Bramshaw (AUS) 2004 - 2008 Brief Truce (USA) 1989 - 1994 Brocco (USA) 1991 - 1995 Bryannbo s Gift (NZ) 2003 - 2010 Bull Ripper (AUS) 2002 - 2011 Bushranger (IRE) 2006 - 2010 Byblos (CHI) 1995 - 2002 Canny Show (AUS) 2008 - 0 Cape North (NZ) 2002 - 2007 Captain Sonador (AUS) 2006 - 2011 Carry the Crown (CAN) 1990 - 1995 Caught Courting (NZ) 1999 - 2008 Centaza (AUS) 1993 - 2000 Champions Gallery (GB) 2003 - 2010 Changeintheweather (USA) 1999 - 2004 Chateau Istana (GB) 2002 - 2007 Cheval de Troy (NZ) 2001 - 2007 Choistar (AUS) 2006 - 2011 Citizen Kane (ARG) 1996 - 2004 Clang (AUS) 1993 - 1997 Clangalang (AUS) 1999 - 2004 Classic de Lago (AUS) 2003 - 2008 Classic Endeavor (USA) 1998 - 2008 Collate (AUS) 2001 - 2007 Conatus (AUS) 1999 - 2004 Condamine (AUS) 2003 - 2008 Conleys Choice (AUS) 2004 - 2009 Count Albrecht (AUS) 1997 - 2003 Count Me In (USA) 2002 - 2006 Critical List (AUS) 2000 - 2005 Sire Rubiton (AUS) Forestry (USA) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Southern Halo (USA) Danehill Dancer (IRE) Phone Trick (USA) Mozart (IRE) Anabaa (USA) Danehill (USA) Flying Spur (AUS) Distorted Humor (USA) Danehill (USA) Blushing Groom (FR) Danehill (USA) Red Ransom (USA) Danehill (USA) Danzig (USA) Helissio (FR) Crown Jester (AUS) Gilded Time (USA) Stravinsky (USA) Danehill Dancer (IRE) Danehill (USA) Rubiton (AUS) Storm Cat (USA) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Lonhro (AUS) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Danzig (USA) Spectacular Bid (USA) Belong to Me (USA) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Encosta de Lago (AUS) Irish River (FR) Kris S (USA) Zabeel (NZ) Fusaichi Pegasus (USA) Danetime (IRE) Hussonet (USA) Canny Lad (AUS) Cape Cross (IRE) Shamardal (USA) Vice Regent (CAN) Danehill (USA) Century (AUS) Dansili (GB) Gone West (USA) Grand Lodge (USA) Zabeel (NZ) Choisir (AUS) Ibero (ARG) Bellotto (USA) Clang (AUS) Encosta de Lago (AUS) Silver Buck (USA) Catbird (AUS) Danehill (USA) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Geiger Counter (USA) A.P. Indy (USA) Danehill (USA) Stud Glenvale Park Meringo Stud Emirates Park Kooringal Stud Lynward Park Stud Wyndholm Park Chatswood Stud Chatswood Stud Allandale Park Barree Stud Darley Jubilee Stud Independent Stallions Lomar Park Stud Lincoln Farm Allandale Park Eliza Park Bowthorpe Stud Riverside T breds Lynward Park Stud Allandale Park Taunton Vale Aurora Racing and Stud Sutket farm Arrowfield Stud Darley Bombora Downs Swettenham Stud Bengalla Stud Bowness Stud Glenlogan Park Larneuk Stud Independent Stallions Durham Lodge Shipton Lodge Southern Cross Lodge Eliza Park Egmont Park Red Gums Stud Nuimara Farm Raheen Stud Allandale Park Greenvale Park Stud Braeside T breds Kilto Park Merlo Downs Stud Oaklands Stud Royston Stud Clear Mountain Fairview Willowbend Stud Willow Grove Stud Moranjee Stud Ilala Stud Burwood Stud Plaintree Farms Charsons Park Royalle Performance Horses ALAB Manner Lodge Racing Ability G1Winner Winner GWinner G1Winner G1Winner GWinner G1Winner G1Winner SWinner 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750 4 400 1 320 6 600 3 300 5 500 11 000 11 000 3 300 6 600 6 600 8 800 6 000 4 400 2 200 1 650 5 500 1 000 8 800 5 500 5 000 2 200 11 000 1 100 6 600 1 200 6 000 5 500 7 700 3 300 4 400 2 000 5 500 3 300 4 000 1 100 5 500 5 500 2 200 1 100 2 200 4 000 2 500 To Stud 2001 2011 2006 2007 2011 1999 2008 2012 2010 2010 2008 2007 1993 2000 2012 2007 2009 2006 1999 2004 2007 2009 2006 2011 2006 2011 2012 2012 2000 1992 2009 2006 2008 1994 1995 2010 2011 2010 2002 0 2007 2011 1995 2008 2000 2010 2004 2007 2007 2011 2004 1997 2004 2008 2008 2007 2004 2008 2009 2003 2006 2005 yof 1994 2007 2002 2002 2007 1994 2003 2007 2002 2005 2004 2002 1989 1995 2004 2001 2004 1999 1997 2000 2001 2001 1999 2004 2001 2007 2008 2007 1995 1987 2002 2002 2004 1989 1991 2003 2002 2006 1995 2008 2002 2006 1990 1999 1993 2003 1999 2002 2001 2006 1996 1993 1999 2003 1998 2001 1999 2003 2004 1997 2002 2000 age 18 5 10 10 5 18 9 5 10 7 8 10 23 17 8 11 8 13 15 12 11 11 13 8 11 5 4 5 17 25 10 10 8 23 21 9 10 6 17 4 10 6 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- 1998 Dick Turpin (IRE) 2007 - 2012 Diogenes (AUS) 1998 - 2003 Discorsi (AUS) 2003 - 2010 Dixie Prospect (USA) 2006 - 2012 Dodge (AUS) 1994 - 1999 Dr Doute s (AUS) 2005 - 2011 Dr Green (NZ) 2002 - 2007 Dracula (AUS) 1995 - 1999 Dreamscape (AUS) 2005 - 2010 Drumbeats (AUS) 2005 - 2011 Dubai s Choice (AUS) 2003 - 2009 Dubleo (USA) 2002 - 2005 Due Sasso (AUS) 2003 - 2007 Dusty Moon (AUS) 2005 - 2010 Dutch Harry (AUS) 1998 - 2004 Easy Choice (AUS) 2004 - 2009 Easy Rocking (AUS) 1996 - 2001 Eavesdropper (USA) 2000 - 2005 Econsul (NZ) 2001 - 2007 El Cumbres (CHI) 2002 - 2008 El Maggiore (AUS) 2000 - 2005 El Nino (USA) 2003 - 2008 Elvstroem (AUS) 2000 - 2005 Encores (NZ) 1992 - 1997 Encosta de Spoken (AUS) 2006 - 2009 Esperero (USA) 1995 - 2001 Exceedingly Good (AUS) 2005 - 2009 Excellent Art (GB) 2004 - 2008 Excites (AUS) 2003 - 2007 Falak (USA) 1994 - 2000 Falvelon (AUS) 1996 - 2003 Famous Roman (AUS) 2004 - 2011 Felix the Cat (USA) 1994 - 1998 Ferocity (AUS) 2002 - 2006 Festival Hall (IRE) 1996 - 2000 Fired (AUS) 2001 - 2005 Five Dynasties (USA) 2001 - 2007 Sire Dieu d Or (AUS) Realisateur (USA) Lion Hunter (AUS) Sadler s Wells (USA) Danehill (USA) Danehill (USA) Danehill (USA) Danehill (USA) Danehill (USA) Danehill (USA) Danehill (USA) Danehill (USA) Danehill (USA) Danehill (USA) Secret Savings (USA) Latarmiss (IRE) Quest for Fame (GB) Southern Halo (USA) Storm Cat (USA) Hussonet (USA) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Encosta de Lago (AUS) Lonhro (AUS) Lord Dane (AUS) Danehill (USA) Arakan (USA) Marscay (AUS) Galileo (IRE) Dixie Union (USA) Canny Lad (AUS) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Fusaichi Pegasus (USA) Quest for Fame (GB) Choisir (AUS) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Southern Halo (USA) Scenic (IRE) Moon Rocket (JPN) St Covet (AUS) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Barathea (IRE) Kingmambo (USA) Pins (AUS) Hussonet (USA) El Prado (IRE) Storm Cat (USA) Danehill (USA) Marscay (AUS) Encosta de Lago (AUS) Forty Niner (USA) Exceed and Excel (Aus) Pivotal (GB) Danewin (AUS) Diesis (GB) Alannon (Aus) Danetime (IRE) Storm Cat (USA) Lion Hunter (AUS) Sadler s Wells (USA) Beautiful Crown (USA) Danehill (USA) Stud Carin Park Stud Racing Ability G1Winner NR NR Stud Ability Winners SWinners Runners Winners G1 Winners SWinners Winners Winners NR Winners NR GWinners GWinners G1 Winners GWinners NR Winners Winners Winners Placegetters NR Winners NR Winners G1 Winners NR Winners NR NR GWinners NR Winners GWinners NR NR NR SWinners Winners NR SWinners NR GWinners SWinners Winners Runners Winners Winners GWinners Winners NR Winners NR GWinners SWinners Winners GWinners NR GWinners Winners Winners Winners Runners Service Fee 3 300 1 100 750 3 000 11 000 2 750 3 300 1 800 1 000 8 800 4 400 2 200 2 750 11 000 6 600 2 750 4 950 4 400 2 750 4 400 550 3 400 5 500 3 000 9 900 8 800 1 320 5 500 6 000 2 200 6 600 5 500 3 300 5 500 7 700 3 300 5 500 5 500 2 200 2 000 3 850 8 800 5 500 4 400 6 600 2 750 5 500 4 400 2 200 1 650 1 200 4 400 8 800 6 600 1 250 9 000 4 400 3 300 11 000 2 000 3 500 4 400 To Stud 2004 1994 2007 2003 1996 2005 2006 2005 2011 2008 2012 2000 1997 1995 2003 2011 2008 2006 2006 2008 2010 2005 2011 2008 1998 2012 2003 2010 2012 1999 2011 2007 1999 2010 2011 2009 2005 2007 2010 2004 2009 2001 2005 2007 2008 2005 2008 2005 1997 2009 2001 2009 2008 2007 2000 2003 2011 1998 2006 2000 2005 2007 yof 1997 1989 2003 1996 1991 2000 2000 1997 1998 2001 2004 1996 1992 1991 1998 2001 2002 2000 2002 2001 2006 2000 2006 2002 1994 2007 1998 2003 2006 1994 2005 2002 1995 2005 2005 2003 2002 2003 2005 1998 2004 1996 2000 2001 2002 2000 2003 2000 1992 2006 1995 2005 2004 2003 1994 1996 2004 1994 2002 1996 2001 2001 age 15 23 9 16 21 12 12 15 14 11 8 16 20 21 14 11 10 12 10 11 6 12 6 10 18 5 14 9 6 18 7 10 17 7 7 9 10 9 7 14 8 16 12 11 10 12 9 12 20 6 17 7 8 9 18 16 8 18 10 16 11 11 crops 8 18 5 9 16 7 6 7 1 4 0 12 15 17 9 1 4 6 6 4 2 7 1 4 14 0 9 2 0 13 1 5 13 2 1 3 7 5 2 8 3 11 7 5 4 7 4 7 15 3 11 3 4 5 12 9 1 14 6 12 7 5 Rosemont Stud Baerami T breds Bengalla Stud Southern Cross Lodge Mungrup Stud Carin Park Stud Greta West Stud Peacewood T breds Rosemont Stud Swettenham Stud Jacaranda Park Thoroughbreds Cornerstone Stud Yarradale Stud Brackley Park Kedarona Stud Meadow Farm Manner Lodge Taunton Vale Red Gums Stud Bombora Downs Mungrup Stud Allandale Park Yarradale Stud Red Gums Stud Raheen Stud Ridgeview Park Secret Hill T breds Egmont Park Widden Stud Lyndhurst Stud Glenrae T Breds Vinery Stud Mungrup Stud Burwood Stud Oakwood Farm Noorelaine Farm Wattle Brae Stud Emirates Park Woodside Park Mornmoot Stud Bowthorpe Stud Merlo Downs Stud Blue Gum Farm Stewart Park Meopham Swandale Stud Wattle Brae Stud Coolmore Stud Vinery Stud Thompson Lodge Glenlogan Park Cromartry Park Glenona Stud Oaklands Stud Fairlands T breds Magpie Creek Thoroughbreds Minumurra Stud G1Winner G1Winner GWinner Winner Winner Winner SWinner Winner Winner Winner G1Winner G1Winner SWinner G1Winner SWinner NR Winner NR GWinner GWinner GWinner G1Winner G1Winner Winner SWinner SWinner G1Winner GWinner SWinner G1Winner GWinner GWinner Winner GWinner GWinner Winner Winner NR G1Winner SWinner G1Winner G1Winner NR Winner G1Winner GWinner NR SWinner GWinner G1Winner G1Winner Winner G1Winner GWinner Winner GWinner GWinner Unplaced GWinner FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM 41 UNDER THE RADAR - SIRES 10 000 AND UNDER AUSTRALIA (CONTINUED) Stallion Ccode Yof - To Stud Floral Dynamite (Aus) 1999 - 2006 Flying Pegasus (Aus) 2002 - 2007 Fomalhaut (USA) 1999 - 2005 Foreplay (AUS) 2001 - 2006 Freeze (AUS) 2000 - 2005 Frightening (AUS) 1999 - 2008 Furio (AUS) 2003 - 2008 Fusaichi Ole (JPN) 1998 - 2007 Fusee (AUS) 2002 - 2005 Galaxy Storm (AUS) 1997 - 2005 Gallo di Ferro (USA) 1994 - 1998 Garrison Savannah (NZ) 2000 - 2006 Giacosa (Aus) 2004 - 2008 Glacial Gold (USA) 2008 - 2010 Global Crossing (AUS) 2000 - 2008 Globetrotter (USA) 2005 - 2010 God s Own (AUS) 2002 - 2006 Golden Aura (AUS) 1991 - 2000 Golden Snake (USA) 1996 - 2002 Gonski (AUS) 2002 - 2007 Good Journey (USA) 1996 - 2003 Grand Reve (AUS) 2003 - 2008 Greenwood Lake (USA) 1997 - 2001 Grey Swallow (IRE) 2001 - 2007 Hala Bek (Ire) 2003 - 2010 Happy Giggle (AUS) 1997 - 2001 Heeby Reiby (AUS) 1997 - 2004 Helene Mascot (IRE) 2004 - 2011 Helike (Usa) 2001 - 2007 Helter Skelter (AUS) 2000 - 2007 Hemingway (IRE) 1998 - 2002 Henny Hughes (USA) 2003 - 2007 Heritage (AUS) 2002 - 2006 Hidden Dragon (AUS) 1999 - 2006 Home on the Grange (AUS) 1999 - 2004 Honor in War (USA) 1999 - 2008 Host (CHI) 2000 - 2008 Hotelier (AUS) 2003 - 2009 Husson Lightning (AUS) 2004 - 2008 I Am Invincible (AUS) 2004 - 2010 Ice Point (ARG) 1998 - 2004 Illustrious Blue (GB) 2003 - 2012 Immovable Option (IRE) 1996 - 2002 Incumbent (AUS) 2004 - 2008 Intergaze (AUS) 1993 - 2000 Izmir (AUS) 2005 - 2009 Jayemzed (AUS) 2002 - 2009 Johdane (AUS) 2001 - 2005 Julio Rex (AUS) 2002 - 2008 Kaphero (AUS) 2003 - 2009 Keano (NZ) 2005 - 2011 Keep the Faith (Aus) 2000 - 2006 Keffelstein (AUS) 2002 - 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Sire of 14 runners 8 Winners 6 Placed Including Callan Park Lyndas Never Late Fantisha Betty Rocks Little Boutique Ivanhoe Bedeys Mistake Offset Prince. MASKED ASSASSIN Danzero x Duk Duk Advertised Service Fee 4400 (special deals available) Oldest progeny now yearlings. Inspect them at the Magic Millions sales. DUSTY MOON Moon Rocket x Zaozip From only 6 starts - won or placed 4 times. 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FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM Red Gums Thoroughbreds FEE 6 000 Dixie Prospect (Dixie Union Tabheej by Mujtahid) Australian breeders. Represents a quality bloodline not previously available to By successful US sire Dixie Union whose yearlings have an average sale price of 115 000. Will complement mares from bloodlines of Danehill Mr Prospector and Royal Academy. Gold Membership Nominations to Dixie Prospect are available which entitle breeders to Year 1 - 3 mares Year 2 - 2 mares Lifetime -1 mare at an introductory fee of 9 000 (incl GST) Canny Show the STC Golden Slipper. best in the land. (Canny Lad Ladies Day by Ascot Knight) FEE 5 000 The best bred son of Canny Lad the Champion G1 winner of Canny Show is an imposing 16.3hh and his damline is the He is an ideal match for mares from the bloodline of Danehill Sir Tristram Mr Prospector and Royal Academy. Gold Membership Nominations to Canny Show are available which entitles breeders to Year 1 - 3 mares Year 2 - 2 mares Lifetime -1 mare at an introductory fee of 7 000 (incl GST) Denmarket (Lord Dane Business Babe by Bletchingly) Redoute s Show (Redoute s Choice La Papaya by Alleged) Pure Theatre (Nureyev A Goodlookin Broad by Broad Brush) A son of Lord Dane by Champion Sire Danehill. Winner of the Group 2 Roman Consul Stakes defeating Stratum and De Beers. Sire of only 1 to race which has won 2 from 6 starts. FEE 3 000 Son of Champion and Multiple FEE 3 000 Champion Sire Redoute s Choice. From a half-sister to Grand Lodge A son of the Champion Nureyev. Progeny earnings of over 2.2 mil Sire of winners from 1000 m to 2400 m FEE 3 000 BENEFITS TO BROODMARE OWNERS INCLUDE FREE TRANSPORT TO AND FROM STUD AND 60 DAYS FREE SPELLING RED GUMS THOROUGHBREDS 62 Walmar Road Kootingal NSW 2352 Contact Andrew Bell m 0409 155 394 e andrew.redgumsstud gmail.com or James Green m 0403 098 738 e redgumsnoms gmail.com Web www.redgumsstud.com.au UNDER THE RADAR - SIRES 10 000 AND UNDER AUSTRALIA (CONTINUED) Stallion Ccode Yof - To Stud Star Marauder (AUS) 1999 - 2002 Star of Rory (AUS) 1992 - 2000 Strada (AUS) 2002 - 2007 Strategic (AUS) 1992 - 1997 Strategic Maneuver (AUS) 2005 - 2011 Street Boss (USA) 2004 - 2009 Stromberg Carlson (AUS) 2001 - 2005 Stryker (AUS) 2006 - 2011 Summa Cum Laude (AUS) 1995 - 2002 Sunday Knight (AUS) 1999 - 2003 Swift Alliance (AUS) 2005 - 2011 Swinging Bachelor (AUS) 2003 - 2007 Sworn to Action (AUS) 1998 - 2004 Tailings (USA) 1995 - 2000 Tanabota (AUS) 2003 - 2007 Tete de la Course (AUS) 2005 - 2011 The Hammer (AUS) 2001 - 2008 Therock (AUS) 2006 - 2011 Thorn Dancer (NZ) 2006 - 2011 Tickets (AUS) 2006 - 2011 Timber Trader (NZ) 1998 - 2003 Time Thief (AUS) 2005 - 2010 Top Echelon (AUS) 1999 - 2003 Torch Relay (AUS) 2006 - 2010 Tough Speed (USA) 1997 - 2004 Trade Fair (GB) 2000 - 2006 True Hero (USA) 1990 - 1996 Turffontein (AUS) 2004 - 2010 Sire Marauding (NZ) Rory s Jester (AUS) Danehill (USA) Zeditave (AUS) Royal Academy (USA) Street Cry (IRE) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Fastnet Rock (AUS) Bite the Bullet (USA) Sunday Silence (USA) Don Eduardo (NZ) Royal Academy (USA) Brave Warrior (AUS) Forty Niner (USA) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Galileo (IRE) Snippets (AUS) Fastnet Rock (AUS) Thorn Park (AUS) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Woodman (USA) Redoute s Choice (AUS) Umatilla (NZ) Lonhro (AUS) Miswaki (USA) Zafonic (USA) The Minstrel (CAN) Johannesburg (USA) Stud Racing Ability NR Stud Ability Winners Winners SWinners G1 Winners NR SWinners Winners NR Winners Winners NR Winners Runners SWinners Placegetters NR Placegetters NR NR NR Winners NR GWinners NR SWinners GWinners Winners NR Service Fee 1 650 750 4 400 8 800 4 400 11 000 5 500 11 000 1 100 3 000 5 500 1 100 2 200 1 100 3 300 2 200 3 300 3 850 3 300 9 900 2 200 11 000 3 300 4 400 2 450 4 950 2 200 8 800 To Stud 2002 2000 2007 1997 2011 2009 2005 2011 2002 2003 2011 2007 2004 2000 2007 2011 2008 2011 2011 2011 2003 2010 2003 2010 2004 2006 1996 2010 yof 1999 1992 2002 1992 2005 2004 2001 2006 1995 1999 2005 2003 1998 1995 2003 2005 2001 2006 2006 2006 1998 2005 1999 2006 1997 2000 1990 2004 age 13 20 10 20 7 8 11 6 17 13 7 9 14 17 9 7 11 6 6 6 14 7 13 6 15 12 22 8 crops 10 12 5 15 1 3 7 1 10 9 1 5 8 12 5 1 4 1 1 1 9 2 9 2 8 6 16 2 River Hills Stud Riverdene Stud Darley Bullarook Park Darley Raheen Stud Three Bridges T breds Mount Mellick Stud Akaroa Thoroughbreds Fairlands T breds Dagun Park Stud Woodwinds Farm Goldfields Almavale Bombora Downs Sovereign Stud Widden Stud Minumurra Stud Darley Craiglea Stud Park Crest Stud Armidale Stud Alwyn Park Blue Gum Farm Winner SWinner G1Winner Winner G1Winner Winner GWinner Winner NR GWinner Winner Placed Winner Winner NR Winner Winner Winner GWinner G1Winner SWinner Winner Winner GWinner GWinner GWinner G1Winner Newmarket Insurance Brokers Pty Ltd INTEGRITY TRUST KNOWLEDGE SECURITY KNOW-HOW THE ONE STOP INSURANCE SHOP FOR THE THOROUGHBRED INDUSTRY Newmarket Insurance Brokers Pty Ltd 32 South Terrace Adelaide SA 5000 Telephone (08) 8211 8444 Toll Free 1800 882 355 Web www.newmarketib.com.au 48 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM Winners every week - Sire of recent SW MR MOET (Strickland Stakes - G3) as well as stakes placed Shoot For Glory (Belmont Classic - L) MOSAYTER USA (Storm Cat-Bashayer by Mr Prospector) By champion sire STORM CAT - 170 SWs 35 Gr.1 winners accomplished sire of sires - Tale Of The Cat Giant s Causeway Hennessy Statue Of Liberty. Bred on the same Storm Cat Mr Prospector cross as (and from the same family as) TALE OF THE CAT (63 SWs) and 17 other stakes winners. From one of the world s greatest families - his grandam HEIGHT OF FASHION a three times Grp winning dam of 6 SWs inc Gr.1 winners NAYEF (sire of 2 Gr.1 winners) & NASHWAN (36 SWs) and Gr.2 winning successful sire UNFUWAIN (45 SWs). Winners every week - Sire of this month s SW MR MOET (Strickland Stakes - G3) Third dam HIGHCLERE a dual Gr.1 winner family of the legendary ROUND TABLE. Proven sire of winners inc this year s Perth winners MR MOET (SW) FINAL CUT (2YO) SOLSAY MICKEY DRIPPIN ROSE MY SWEEL LIL DONTLOITERMOSOYTER ORCHESTRATED POWER etc 4 400 (inc GST) BACK in Central West NSW. Sire of hard tough consistent country to city winners - 52% winners to runners. MARECHAL (Danzero-Gourette ) Proven sire of 67 winners inc GIRLS GO RACING (9 wins and 282 560) SW GRAND DUELS (10 wins incl VRC Aurie s Star LR Kensington S-LR MRC Christmas S-LR SAJC W H Wylie H-LR also 3rd VRC Newmarket H-G1 Lightning S-G1 and 774 910) also Sydney winners GANDALF THEWHITE (6 wins) Brisbane winners PAGAN COUNTY (5 wins) ERIPSNI (6 wins) etc. Bred on NORTHERN DANCER STAR KINGDOM BRIGADIER GERARD ROUND TABLE cross. Produced from placed Gourette (dam of 5 to race 5 winners) daughter of Group 2 winner R B Chesne son of great Brigadier Gerard. MARECHAL a 1 2 brother to dam of Aust stakes winners MR TRICKSTER and JUST A KISEKI a SW female family. 2 200 (inc GST) ARGYLE THOROUGHBREDS Panura via Orange Louise Ellis P 02 6366 4234 M 0427 899 827 E arglye_thbreds bigpond.com W www.argylethoroughbreds.com.au UNDER THE RADAR - SIRES 10 000 AND UNDER AUSTRALIA (CONTINUED) Stallion Ccode Yof - To Stud Tycoon Ruler (AUS) 1999 - 2005 Typhon (AUS) 2007 - 2012 Universal Ruler (AUS) 2004 - 2010 Upsized (AUS) 2002 - 2008 Ustinov (Aus) 1998 - 2003 Valixir (Ire) 2001 - 2007 Viking Ruler (AUS) 1998 - 2003 Viscount (AUS) 1998 - 2002 Vital Equine (IRE) 2004 - 2008 Volitant (AUS) 2001 - 2007 Von Costa de Hero (AUS) 2005 - 2010 Walking or Dancing (NZ) 2004 - 2011 Warhead (AUS) 2004 - 2009 Waterford Road (AUS) 1992 - 1999 We Can Seek (Chi) 2001 - 2008 West Quest (CAN) 1991 - 1997 When Bells Clang (AUS) 2000 - 2008 Where s That Tiger (USA) 2003 - 2009 Wicked Style (USA) 2005 - 2010 Widden Valley (AUS) 2006 - 2011 Wilful Default (AUS) 2007 - 2012 Wonderful World (AUS) 2003 - 2008 Zaha (CAN) 1996 - 2001 Zariz (AUS) 1997 - 2002 Zephyr s Tornado (AUS) 1990 - 1996 Zizou (AUS) 2004 - 2008 Zoffany (IRE) 2008 - 2012 Zupaone (AUS) 2003 - 2008 Sire Last Tycoon (IRE) God s Own (AUS) Scenic (IRE) Catbird (AUS) Seeking the Gold (USA) Trempolino (USA) Danehill (USA) Quest for Fame (GB) Danetime (IRE) Flying Spur (AUS) Encosta de Lago (AUS) Falvelon (AUS) Viscount (AUS) Danehill (USA) Seeker s Reward (CAN) Gone West (USA) Clang (AUS) Storm Cat (USA) Macho Uno (USA) Anabaa (USA) Dubawi (Ire) Agnes World (USA) Kingmambo (USA) Mukaddamah (USA) Zephyr Bay (AUS) Fusaichi Pegasus (USA) Dansili (GB) Flying Spur (AUS) Stud Clear Mountain Fairview Durham Lodge Peacewood T breds Moorookyla Park Thoroughbreds Lomar Park Stud Mornmoot Stud Oakland Park Stud Touchstone Farm Oxford Park Darley Wattle Brae Stud Craiglea Stud Craiglea Stud Ilala Stud Grenville Stud Evergreen Stud Farm Oaklands Stud Meringo Stud Patinack Farm Clear Mountain Fairview Kooringal Stud Stormberg Stud Turangga Farm Coolmore Stud Rangal Park Stud Racing Ability SWinner NR GWinner Winner GWinner G1Winner G1Winner G1Winner GWinner GWinner GWinner GWinner Placed SWinner G1Winner Winner Unplaced Winner G1Winner Winner Winner G1Winner SWinner GWinner NR SWinner G1Winner GWinner Stud Ability Winners NR NR Winners G1 Winners SWinners G1 Winners G1 Winners Winners Winners NR NR NR Winners NR GWinners NR NR NR NR NR Placegetters SWinners G1 Winners Winners SWinners NR Runners Service Fee 4 400 1 650 5 500 1 650 6 600 8 000 6 600 7 700 6 600 3 300 11 000 4 400 2 200 1 100 1 100 4 400 750 2 200 5 500 2 200 2 200 8 800 2 200 5 500 1 320 11 000 11 000 5 500 To Stud 2005 2012 2010 2008 2003 2007 2003 2002 2008 2007 2010 2011 2009 1999 2008 1997 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2008 2001 2002 1996 2008 2012 2008 yof 1999 2007 2004 2002 1998 2001 1998 1998 2004 2001 2005 2004 2004 1992 2001 1991 2000 2003 2005 2006 2007 2003 1996 1997 1990 2004 2008 2003 age 13 5 8 10 14 11 14 14 8 11 7 8 8 20 11 21 12 9 7 6 5 9 16 15 22 8 4 9 crops 7 0 2 4 9 5 9 10 4 5 2 1 3 13 4 15 4 3 2 1 0 4 11 10 16 4 0 4 A must for mare owners Broodmare Monitor Foaling Alarm System Solid waterproof transmitter attached to head stall. NO MORE LOST SLEEP Magic Breed lets you know precisely when your mare is about to foal. Used and recommended by leading studs in Australia and overseas. Magic Breed (Aust) Pty Ltd PO Box 5803 Cairns Qld 4870 Ph fax (07) 4053 2379 Email info magicbreed.com.au www.magicbreed.com.au NZ Ph (06) 3584 009 ACN 002 209 716 SOME S AVAILA ETS FOR H BLE IRE 50 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM Salade (Snitzel - Just As Beautiful) S nitzel s attractive son Salade made a huge impression when he stormed home to win the Group Two ATC Pago Pago Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill Gardens at his first race start a performance that earned him a place a week later in the Golden Slipper. He will be the first son of Snitzel to stand at stud and should appeal to many breeders given the popularity and success achieved by this still young son of Redoute s Choice. Snitzel who is proving to be a great source of 2 year old speed. Salade s dam Just as Beautiful won two races and placed in the Black Opal Stakes. She comes from the excellent family of Felidoma via her outstanding daughter Winged Beauty. Standing at Carrington Park Stud Carrington Falls - FEE (inc. gst) 6 600 Discounts for multiple bookings. Contact Peter Beauman 0412 458 333 Samantha Hunt 0416 120 750 www.carringtonparkstud.com.au 2012 INGLIS ART AWARDS 1st prize Joseph Zbukvic - Early Trackwork Kyneton (watercolour) The winner was chosen from 134 entries from around the world... 2nd prize Tony Pridham Nothing More to Give-Master Tiangar A picture paints 1 000 words it is said. It can also be worth a decent sum for the winning artist in an art prize. For well known Victorian water colour artist Joseph Zbukvic line honours for his artwork Early trackwork Kyneton in the 2012 Inglis Equine Art Prize added up to 15 000. e winners were announced at a gala function held on August 9 in the old stables at Inglis Sydney headquarters in Randwick. In addition to Zbukvic s winning prize runner-up Tony Pridham also from Victoria received prizes of Antler luggage and Yalumba wine to the value of 2 500 for his work Nothing more to give - Master Tiangar . e theme for this year s awards was At the Track and was judged by Australian portrait artist Na sa Naomi renowned equine artist Alister Simpson and Inglis Deputy Chairman Arthur Inglis. According to Ms Naomi e standard of the nalists was very high and we saw many beautiful variations of the theme. But it was Joseph s watercolour that captured the atmosphere and realism of early morning track work while at the same time maintaining a wonderful abstract quality. Equine artist Alister Simpson added Inglis ought to be commended as they have given artists of all genres the opportunity to showcase their work to an audience they otherwise would not have reached. e standard of the competition will undoubtedly help li the standard of equine art in Australia. Inglis deputy chairman Arthur Inglis commented One of the objectives of the Inglis Equine Art Prize is to encourage all artists to enter. I am delighted to see how many 52 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM non-equine artists have embraced this including our winner. I congratulate all nalists on the standard of their work and in particular Joseph Zbukvic for his stunning watercolour. e winner was chosen from 134 entries from around the world a number that was reduced to 34 nalist works of art representing 30 artists from four countries. In its second year the prize was established by Arthur Inglis and Mike Coward of Australian Art Sales as a way of promoting and protecting classic thoroughbred and equine art in Australia and internationally. Public viewings of the works were held during August. Katey Baddeley - Write a New Chapter (pencil) Bernice Dey - Down the Straight at Ascot (pastel) Brian Clinton - The Winning Streak (oil) Jeannie Littlewood - Black Caviar (oil) Lyn Beaumont - Black Caviar Track Work (oil) Robbie Cook - Black Caviar (pencil) Robbie Cook Phar Lap (pencil) Peter Smeeth Simply the Best 90x120cm oil Lyn Beaumont So You Think 84x100cm oil Paul Farley - Black Caviar Victorious 21st (oil) FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM 53 WILL WE HAVE Churchill Downs on Derby Day (image courtesy of Shutterstock) ANOTHER After an agonizing wait of 34 years since Affirmed won the last US Triple Crown for 3YOs Cassandra Simmonds wonders whether we ll ever see another. hen Flower Alley colt I ll Have Another won this year s Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes it could have been the end of a 34-year long wait. It wasn t. A er securing the rst two legs of the United States Triple Crown for three-year-olds the Doug O Neill-trained colt was scratched on the eve of the Belmont Stakes with what would be a career ending tendon injury resulting in the continuation of the longest interval in the history of the Triple Crown. e US Triple Crown for three-year-olds is unquestionably the most signi cant Triple Crown in world racing - three races over a ve week period between May to June in three states Kentucky Maryland and New York. It would be fair to say within Australia the three legs of the US Triple Crown are better known than our local version (for the record Randwick Guineas Rosehill Guineas and ATC Derby). Although the sophistication of many facets of thoroughbred racing and breeding have far advanced since the Kentucky Derby was rst run in 1875 with such a gap in Triple Crown Winners of the US 3YO Triple Crown Year 1978 1977 1973 1948 1946 1943 1941 1937 1935 1930 1919 Horse Affirmed Breeding Trainer 2YO Season 9 7-2-0. US Champion 2YO Colt 3 3-0-0. US Champion 2YO Colt 9 7-1-0. US Champion 2YO Colt & Horse of the Year W winners the question of current day achievability must be considered. In a 130 year-plus history of the US Triple Crown only 11 horses have completed the treble. It is nothing short of astounding that a glorious ve-year period between 1973-1978 saw three champion racehorses complete the feat in Secretariat Seattle Slew and A rmed with the latter remaining the last horse to complete the prestigious achievement. When Secretariat achieved the seemingly impossible in 1973 by winning all three legs in race record time he ended a then 25-year gap in becoming the rst horse since Citation in 1948 to secure the Triple Crown. Of the 11 Triple Crown winners thus far six were awarded Champion Two-Year-Old honours indicating the importance of a juvenile campaign towards the required education and toughness of a three-year-old on a Triple Crown path. e inaugural winner Sir Barton in 1919 remains the only Triple Crown winner not to have won a race as a two-year-old. Further evidence to support the signi cance of early maturity was seen in this year s Triple Crown Exclusive Native-Won t Tell You Laz Barrera (by Crafty Admiral) William H Turner Jnr Lucien Laurin Seattle Slew Bold Reasoning-My Charmer (by Poker) Secretariat Citation Assault Count Fleet Whirlaway Bold Ruler-Somethingroyal (by Princequillo) Bull Lea-Hydroplane (by Hyperion) Bold Venture-Igual (by Equipoise) Reigh Count-Quickly (by Haste) Blenheim II-Dustwhirl (by Sweep) Ben A Jones & 9 8-1-0. US Champion 2YO Colt Horace A Jones Max Hirsch Don Cameron Ben A Jones George H Conway Jim Fitzsimmons Jim Fitzsimmons H Guy Bedwell 9 2 wins 15 10 wins. US Champion 2YO Colt 3 wins. US Champion 2YO Colt (Sports & Turf Digest) 6 3-2-1 9 1-4-1 7 2 wins 6 0 wins War Admiral Man o War-Brushup (by Sweep) Omaha Gallant Fox Sir Barton Gallant Fox-Flambino (by Wrack) Sir Gallahad III-Marguerite (by Celt) Start Shoot-Lady Sterling (by Hanover) FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM 55 WILL WE HAVE ANOTHER (cont) Belmont Stakes Day 2009 (image courtesy of Shutterstock) with the Bob Ba ert-trained Bodemeister a gallant runner-up in the rst two legs. Lining up as favourite in the Kentucky Derby Bodemeister was attempting to become the rst horse since 1882 to win the time-honoured event without having raced as a two-year-old. e US Triple Crown remains unique in comparison to other recognised Triple Crowns in international racing. With all three legs held on Dirt notably the US version does not have a leg less than 1900m although the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes are well exposed tests of speed. e majority of Triple Crown series for three-year-olds (excluding Japan) begin with races of approximately one mile. In addition with a reduction of 100m from the Kentucky Derby trip the Preakness Stakes being the second race in the series and the shortest distance is another point of di erence compared to other Triple Crowns where it is usual for the races to rise in distance with the progression of each race. e uniqueness of the Triple Crown is further highlighted by its rst leg in the Kentucky Derby or run for the roses being seen as the most prestigious of the treble with trainers preparing their colts to be at their peak for this race. It should be noted the current order of races in the US Triple Crown has been in place since 1932. Before this on 11 occasions the Preakness Stakes was run prior to the Kentucky Derby and Comparison of notable 3YO Triple Crowns US Triple Crown Leg 1 Kentucky Derby Churchill Downs (2000m Dirt Left-handed) Preakness Stakes Pimlico (1900m Dirt Left-handed) Belmont Stakes Belmont (2400m Dirt Left-handed) UK Triple Crown 2 000 Guineas Newmarket (1609m Turf Straight) Epsom Derby Epsom Downs (2423m Turf Left-handed) St Leger Doncaster (2937m Turf Left-handed) 19 weeks 15 (Last winner Nijinsky 1970) Irish Triple Crown Irish 2 000 Guineas The Curragh (1609m Turf Right-handed) Irish Derby The Curragh (2414m Turf Right-handed) Irish St Leger The Curragh (2816m Turf Right-handed) 16 weeks 2 (Last winner Windsor Slipper 1942) Australian Triple Crown Randwick Guineas Randwick (1600m Turf Right-handed) Rosehill Guineas (2000m Turf Right-handed) ATC Derby Randwick (2400m Turf Right-handed) 4 weeks 6 Last winner Octagonal 1996) Leg 2 Leg 3 5 weeks Time between treble No of winners 11 (Last winner Affirmed 1978) The immortal Secretariat the Belmont Stakes prior to the Preakness. Overall 21 horses have been able to achieve wins in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes before falling at the nal hurdle. Since A rmed s victory in 1978 a total of 19 horses have won two of the three legs of the US Triple Crown of which 12 were successful in the rst two legs. Eight of these 12 horses placed in the nal leg of the Triple Crown. Real Quiet came excruciatingly close in the 1998 Belmont Stakes missing out on the famed Triple Crown achievement by a nose in photo nish with Victory Gallop. As well as Real Quiet threeyear-olds Smarty Jones Silver Charm and Sunday Silence all nished second in the nal leg of the Triple Crown challenge. e toll on a horse contesting the Triple Crown can be telling. A er the Belmont Real Quiet did not resume racing for another nine months and Silver Charm had a six month lay-o whilst Smarty Jones was retired to stud shortly a er the Belmont Stakes due to chronic injury. Between 1987-2005 sponsors put up a US 5 million bonus to a horse that could win all three legs of the Triple Crown but to no avail. e biggest challenge to achieving a Triple Crown victory in recent years is the apparent shi in trainers programming of races for horses to compete in legs of the Triple Crown. At the distance of 2400m on Dirt the Belmont Stakes is a rarity in US racing. Trainers are more frequently electing to bypass the perceived arduous event so horses can be allowed an adequate let-up to prepare for important later season Grade Is and October s prestigious Breeders Cup meeting during a long three-year-old season. It also appears trainers are now campaigning their Belmont Stakes contenders di erently to those on Kentucky Derby and or Preakness preparations. In fact of the last seven winners of the Belmont Stakes not one has contested the Preakness Stakes and only three of the seven contested the Kentucky Derby thus leaving a horse fresh for the Belmont. Hall of Fame trainer Bob Ba ert admitted he never aspired to run Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes runner up Bodemeister Secretariat ended a then 25-year gap in becoming the first horse since Citation in 1948 to secure the Triple Crown... 56 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM STOP PR ESS... STOP PR ESS... A feed supplement for horses in training administered orally and excellent for horses of all ages with no prohibited substAnces A rice brAn oil extrAct a unique specially formulated emulsified liquid concentrate resulting in enhanced absorption contains the finest and purest form of the Japanese rice bran extract available on the market today Manufactured in and fully imported from the usA endorsed worldwide by leading horsemen racing stables and studs I LL HAVE ANOTHER Update From e USA Winner of the 138th Kentucky Derby 2012 I ll Have Another I have been using BB Formula for 8 years and it has kept my racehorses in excellent condition. 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Ba ert subsequently trained the second-placegetter in this year s Belmont Stakes in Paynter a horse who had not competed in either of the rst two legs of the Triple Crown. It could be argued that victory in the Grade I Haskell Invitational (1800m) at Monmouth Park in late July early August is just as valuable for a potential sire as a win in any leg of the US Triple Crown - with a not to be sneezed at US 1 million purse attached. Recent winners of the Haskell Invitational now at stud include Lookin At Lucky Big Brown Any Given Saturday Bluegrass Cat and Roman Ruler. Perhaps this leads to what may be the real issue. Is the value of a Triple Crown winner enough to attempt the three-race feat Colts who have completed wins in one or two legs are highly sought a er stud commodities and many have gone onto commercial success in the breeding barn without a Triple Crown award. A eet Alex standing at Gainesway and winner of the Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes in 2005 is now the leading fourth crop sire of graded stakes winners. Despite succumbing to injury prior to the Belmont I ll Have Another was recently sold to Big Red Farm in Japan for a reported US 10 million. Big Brown who famously was unable to nish the nal leg in 2008 following a quarter crack to his near fore hoof currently shuttles between ree Chimneys Farm in Kentucky and Vinery Stud in Australia. At the time e Washington Post reported the deal to secure Big Brown s breeding rights was worth US 50 million. It is clear the dark cloud surrounding raceday medication rules in US racing has greatly impacted public perception of the sport and in turn the grandeur of the Triple Crown. e US is one of the only jurisdictions in the world to allow the use of furosemide (Lasix) on raceday as well as permit the use of anti-in ammatory drugs 48-24 hours before racing. Between 1987-2005 sponsors put up a US 5 million bonus to a horse that could win all 3 legs... e court of public opinion will not accept trainers at the top of the game to bring such doubt on the integrity of racing and damage the welfare of the horse with a culture of drug use. Attendances and gambling trends support this. e plan approved recently by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission to phase out the use of furosemide on raceday beginning with twoyear-old graded and listed stakes races from 2014 should be well received by the public and industry alike although ongoing parochial debates at local levels in other states threaten to undermine the progress. To some extent the horse has already bolted with Congress ramping up pressure on the thoroughbred sector to clean up its act. at unrelenting campaigning by animal welfare groups and a perception by some foreign buyers that US-breds allegedly lack the soundness of their European counterparts is proof-positive the US industry cannot continue to regulate itself outside internationally accepted standards if it wishes to maximise its standing in the global thoroughbred community. As we approach the 35th year between US Triple Crown winners we now also await the fate of the current live Triple Crown contender in the UK. With two legs completed Coolmore s son of Montjeu Camelot attempts to become the rst horse to win the UK Triple Crown since Nijinsky in 1970 by winning the St Leger at Doncaster next month. With the potential of such a remarkable accomplishment racing s annals salivate however the colt s post-racing career is already assured regardless of the outcome. 58 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM ILLUSTRIOUS BLUE A Hero of Glorious Goodwood (GB) Talented English Miler (5 wins 1400m -1800m) who outstayed his pedigree 9 wins in England including G2 Goodwood Cup G3 Glorious Stakes G3 Ascot Sagaro Stakes 1 win in Dubai (first up over 1777m) 881 000 in prizemoney By Champion Northern Hemisphere Stallion DANSILI (DANEHILL) Breed a Miler. Breed a Middle Distance Horse. Breed a Stayer Nominations Manager Christine Nevill 0408 132 755 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER STAGE By Gary Knowles ALL THE WORLD S A Contrast that with State of Origin AFL Flag Australia s soccer team attempting Olympic quali cation a Bledisloe Cup rugby match or e Ashes. For those games you ll nd massive spikes in audience gures augmented in many cases by curious onlookers. Why In a word drama. Like the Rumble In e Jungle where most folks couldn t have found Zaire on a map the Ali-Foreman match-up had the world holding their breath over the outcome even those who gured a pugilist was an altar boy. Or like the gob-faced US troops who were cornered by Iraqis in Baghdad during the rst Gulf War and asked by the locals Who really shot JR Drama. oroughbred racing by its very nature is drama writ large suitably scripted to pull audiences in with its quintessential clash of champions even if it s sometimes less Goliath versus Goliath and more Goliath splats David. Over the 12 months of August July Australia This edition s cover image has no caption. I t s like the vintage advert s blank page with a tiny Heineken beer bottle in the bottom corner and a tagline that reads When you make a great beer you don t have to make a great fuss. When you re Frankel you just expect folks to know. Frankel isn t yet as famous as Neil Armstrong but he s been into orbit that many times he deserves to be. He s just Frankel. And whether he knows it or not he s the ultimate drama king the horse that repudiates the notion a horse is a horse of course of course . Mr Ed he ain t. In the Australian context unless it s a code they actively follow most people wouldn t ever watch a round-robin game of NRL (league) AFL (Aussie Rules) NSL (Soccer) or Super 15 (union). and New Zealand collectively held 90 Gr1 races. at s 90 drama- lled sound bites. In an age of excellence each presents an opportunity to celebrate the pinnacle of what makes thoroughbred racing with all its concomitant highs and lows such a metaphor for life. Over the coming pages and hoping by this stage you ve already absorbed the high drama of Frankel plus the seemingly unwinnable modern day US Triple Crown you ll nd 90 Gr1 moments frozen in time. Among them is a quintet of events where our own drama queen Black Caviar bullied her rivals. Which brings us in a roundabout way to the quartet of down-under crusaders who ventured north-west across the ocean to play their part in turf s drama on the world stage and returned victorious So You ink Little Bridge Black Caviar and Ortensia. oroughbred thespians one and all who timed their deliveries to perfection when it mattered most... On the line. 60 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER IT S A MATTER OF TIME For a very long time one has always associated the Hong Kong Jockey Club s prestigious International race day with Cathay Pacific. Time changes everything perhaps more so in 2013 when the HKJC International enters a new era sponsored by sophisticated watch company Longines. The event is set down for Sunday December 9 when many of the world s best gallopers will do battle in 4 key events. In the past 8 years alone there have been 148 Gr1 winners from around the globe converge on this turf extravaganza. Below is a review of the marquee quartet of events from 2011 HK Gr1 INTERNATIONAL MILE (1600M) Evergreen NZ-bred 9YO gelding Able One (Cape Cross-Gardenia by Danehill) caused a major upset when he prevailed in a 3-way photofinish to the HK 20 million (A 2.5m) Gr1 International Mile (1600m) at Sha Tin to make up for his dramatic scratching at the barrier in 2010. Able One (ridden by Jeff Lloyd for expatriate Australian trainer John Moore) scored by a neck from UK-bred 5YO entire Cityscape (Selkirk-Tantina by Distant View) with a further neck to Irish-bred 4YO entire Xtension (Xaar-Great Joy by Grand Lodge) Able One was a NZ 190 000 yearling at the 2004 NZ Bloodstock Select Sale resold as a 2YO for NZ 270 000 at the 2004 NZ Bloodstock Ready-To-Run Sale. HK GR1 INTERNATIONAL CUP (2000M) US-bred & HK-trained 5YO gelding California Memory (Highest Honor-Kalpita by Spinning World) scored a 1-length victory in the HK 20 million (A 2.5m) Gr1 International Cup (2000m) at Sha Tin. California Memory (ridden by Matthew Chadwick for trainer Tony Cruz) defeated German-bred 5YO entire Irian (Tertullian-Iberi by Rainbow Quest) & German-bred 4YO entire Zazou (ShamardalZaza Top by Lomitas). California Memory (a US 65 000 yearling at the 2007 Keeneland September Sale) took his record to 9 wins (also including 2011 s HK Gr1 Gold Cup over 2000m at Sha Tin) & 7 placings (including May s HK Gr1 Queen Elizabeth II Cup over 2000m at Sha Tin). HK GR1 INTERNATIONAL VASE (2400M) Sheikh Fahad al-Thani of Qatar s French-bred & trained 5YO entire Dunaden (Nicobar-La Marlia by Kaldounevees) followed-up his victory in 2011 s Gr1 Melbourne Cup (2400m) at Flemington with a 0.75-length win in the HK 14 million (A 1.75m) Gr1 International Vase (2400m) at Sha Tin. Dunaden (ridden by Australian jockey Craig Williams for trainer Mikel Delzangles) defeated NZ-bred 7YO gelding Thumbs Up (Shinko King-Regelle by Exploding Prospect) & dead-heating UK-bred 5YO gelding & last start Melbourne Cup runner-up Red Cadeaux (Cadeaux Genereux-Artisia by Peintre Celebre) & French-bred 4YO entire Silver Pond (Act One-Silver Fame by Quest For Fame. 62 HK GR1 INTERNATIONAL SPRINT (1200M) Irish-bred 4YO gelding Lucky Nine (Dubawi-Birjand by Green Desert) gained the judge s decision in a 3-way photo-finish to the HK 14 million (A 1.75m) Gr1 International Sprint (1200m) at Sha Tin. Lucky Nine (ridden by Australian jockey Brett Prebble for trainer Caspar Fownes) scored by a head from dead-heating Australianbred 5YO entire Entrapment (Halo Homewrecker-Miabondialee by Vettori) & NZ-bred 8YO gelding Joy And Fun (Cullen-Gin Player by Defensive Play) former Hong Kong Horse-Of-The-Year Sacred Kingdom finished 10th. Lucky Nine (who previously raced in Ireland as Luck Or Design) was a 9 000 (A 12 200) yearling at the 2008 Tattersalls Ireland Sale. FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER INGLIS GRADUATES REACHING NEW HEIGHTS AROUND THE GLOBE W ith 3 Individual Gr1 winners of 33 Gr1 races thoroughbreds purchased from Inglis Sales reached new heights around the globe in 2012. Black Caviar (Bel Esprit-Helsinge) led the charge claiming ve Gr1 events in Australia before travelling to England and taking out the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot. Ortensia (Testa Rossa-Aerate s Pick) also took Gr1 form overseas winning the Winterbottom Stakes in Perth and the Meydan Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai (before adding York s Gr1 Nunthorpe Stakes in late August). All 23 of the Inglis graduates that were victorious at Gr1 level in 2011 12 were bred by di erent individual or groups while Coolmore Stud Yarraman Park Stud and Goodwood Farm can lay claim to having sold two each. Coolmore-sold gallopers Invest (DehereUnearthly) and Niwot (Galileo-Too Darn Hot) are both the result of shuttle stallions highlighting how top international blood is able to be crossed in Australia to produce outstanding athletes. Speed Baby (Fastnet Rock-Twisted Heart) and Zabeelionaire (Zabeel-Kisumu) continued the great success of Yarraman Park Stud graduates winning the Piala Emas Sultan Selangor in Malaysia and South Australian Derby in Adelaide respectively. Goodwood Farm was ecstatic when Manawanui (Oratorio(IRE)-Lady Remlap) and Luckygray (Bradbury s Luck-Damah Lady) won Gr1 events last season. e pair is being aimed at the W.S Cox Plate a race won by a long list of Inglis graduates such as Maldivian Fields Of Omagh and Might And Power. Last season s Cox Plate was won by 2.6million earner Pinker Pinker (Reset-Miss Marion) which unfortunately passed away suddenly in April. Back overseas the Alan Tam-trained Elderly Paradise (Danewin-Kali Smytzer) cut a swathe through Macau s feature races while Igugu (Galileo-Zarinia) collected the Kenilworth J&B Met for trainer Mike de Kock. 22 Di erent trainers led in an Inglis Gr1 winner last season. Chris Waller headed the star-studded eld with two individual Inglis Gr1 winners e Verminator (Jeune-Fraar Side) and Metal Bender (Danasinga-Jacqwin). Inglis bloodstock team will be travelling throughout Australia and New Zealand this spring sourcing the next generation of Gr1 Inglis Gr1-Winning Graduates 2011-12 Horse Black Caviar Group 1 win s Royal Ascot Diamond Jubilee Stakes VRC Patinack Farm Classic MRC C F Orr Stakes VRC Lightning Stakes SAJC Sportingbet Classic SAJC The Goodwood Manawatu Sires Produce Stakes Macau Derby Macau Gold Cup MVRC William Reid Stakes VRC Myer Classic Kenilworth J&B Metropolitan Hcp SAJC Schweppes Oaks WATC Railway Stakes ATC Golden Rose ATC TJ Smith Stks ATC George Ryder Selangor TC Tunku Gold Cup VRC Crown Oaks ATC Australian Guineas ATC Randwick Guineas ATC Vinery Stud Stakes ATC Sydney Cup Meydan Al Quoz Sprint WATC Winterbottom Stakes MVRC Cox Plate Selangor Gold Cup VRC Blue Diamond ATC Epsom Handicap ATC George Main Stakes Selangor TC Piala Emas Sultan Selangor ATC The Metropolitan SAJC South Australian Derby Sale Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Choice Bro Elderly Paradise Foxwedge Hurtle Myrtle Igugu Invest Luckygray Manawanui Master Of Design Metal Bender Mighty Triple Ace Mosheen Australian Weanling Sale Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Australian Easter Yearling Sale Sydney Classic Yearling Sale Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Australian Easter Yearling Sale Australian Weanling Sale Sydney Classic Yearling Sale Australian Easter Yearling Sale Australian Easter Yearling Sale Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Australian Easter Yearling Sale Niwot Ortensia Pinker Pinker Power Of Khan Samaready Secret Admirer Sincero Speed Baby The Verminator Zabeelionaire Australian Easter Yearling Sale Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Australian Easter Yearling Sale Australian Weanling Sale Sydney Classic Yearling Sale Australian Easter Yearling Sale Great Southern Weanling Sale Australian Easter Yearling Sale winners to be o ered at the company s 2013 Select Yearling Sales Series. For depth and range of stock presented it is extremely hard for buyers to look any further as a quick examination of the 23 Gr1-winning Inglis graduates last season will uncover that they were by 19 di erent sires won over 1000m to 3200m won on all di ering tracks and conditions in hot dry humid cold and wet climates were from ages two to seven and encompassed colts llies mares geldings and entires. 64 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM MAGIC SEASON FOR MILLIONS GRADUATES W ith headline performers including Australia s best three-year-old Atlantic Jewel and champion juvenile Pierro it was a season of great success for graduates of Magic Millions. e 2011-12 racing season was a record breaking one for Magic Millions with graduates winning 5 195 races in Australia as well as a further 1 203 abroad over the same period. Some 160 stakes wins in Australia notched by 121 individual stakeswinners Magic Millions con rmed its status as the country s premier supplier of black type gallopers. And while the win gures are impressive the value that comes along with success at racing s highest level is second to none. e average price of a Gr1 winner sold by Magic Millions last season was 115 800 impressive considering those sold elsewhere in Australia cost over 300 000. Pierro con rmed his status as one of the great juveniles seen in Australia with an unbeaten season all his races in stakes grade. A 115 000 National Weanling and 230 000 Gold Coast Yearling sold by Darley and Musk Creek Farm respectively Pierro won the elusive Sydney Gr1 juvenile triple crown for the Gai Waterhouse stable. e son of Lonhro a winner of 3 million in prizemoney and worth many times that as a stallion prospect kick started his season with success in the rst juvenile race of the Sydney season for colts the Breeders Plate. He won the Gr2 Silver Slipper and Gr2 Todman Stakes before beating Snitzerland and Samaready in the world s richest juvenile race the Golden Slipper Stakes. Pierro s win in the Slipper continued the domination in recent years for Magic Millions graduates eight of the last ten winners of the race sold at auction were sold on the Gold Coast. Rounding out his season with a dominant win over All Too Hard in the Sires Produce Stakes and a demolition of the Champagne Stakes Pierro crowned himself one of the best juveniles ever seen in the country. Another of the country s shooting stars of the 2011 12 racing season was the Mark Kavanagh trained lly Atlantic Jewel. A 320 000 purchase for Demi O Byrne at the Gold Coast Yearling Sale from Vinery Stud Atlantic Jewel made a low-key kick o to her career in a maiden on the synthetic track at Geelong which she duly won. Undefeated Champion 2YO Pierro A er ears pricked eased down victories at Moonee Valley and Caul eld she was installed a 1.70 favourite for the Gr1 ousand Guineas a race where she gave subsequent multiple Gr1 winner Mosheen windburn to win by the so est of three lengths. Just over two weeks later she went to Flemington and scored perhaps the most outstanding win in group grade all season jogging home to win the Wakeful Stakes by seven lengths. In a short career which has been hampered by injury Atlantic Jewel raced twice in the autumn for a stunning rst up win in the Gr2 Sapphire Stakes before beating all comers and being the rst lly in 90 years to win the Gr1 All Aged Stakes at Randwick. During the season swags of other Magic Millions starred with other highlight Gr1 performers including the likes of Albert the Fat Luckygray Pear Tart Playing God Shoot Out Sizzling Temple of Boom Toorak To and Woorim. Other group winners included Adebisi Bliss Street Bu ering Catapulted Celtic Dancer Driefontein Eagle Falls Eight Till Late Fantastic Blue Fast Clip General Rippa Go the Knuckle God Has Spoken Heavens Riches Hume Ironstein Karuta Queen King Lionheart King Saul Lady Lynette Lone Rock Love Conquers All Luke s Luck Miss Stellabelle Niagara Night War Outlandish Lad Punch On Ready to Rip Rohan Sister Madly So Swi Trump and Waratah s Secret. The average price of a Gr1 winner sold by Magic Millions last season was 115 800... e purchase price of Magic Millions stakes winners for the season again proved the fact that there is always something for everyone at a MM sale. Classy Queenslander Morning Captain was the cheapest stakes winner for the season at 3 000 for the Kelly Doughty stable. Also high up in the value stakes were Dashitude ( 5 500) Reverend Lovejoy ( 6 500) Red Hot Sax ( 11 000) Lady Lynette ( 13 000) Steel Zip ( 13 000) Miss Imagica ( 14 000) Adebisi ( 15 000) Shoot Out ( 15 000) Backbone ( 16 000) Punch On ( 16 000) Zero Rock ( 16 000) Easy Running ( 16 500) Adnocon ( 18 000) and New Spice ( 18 000). Magic Millions along with its domination of the Golden Slipper is renowned for producing outstanding juveniles and the 2011-12 racing season was no di erent with two-year-old graduates winning over 400 races. e juveniles train on season a er season and this is no more evident when you consider that the average age of a Magic Millions winner for the past 12 months is 4.2 years. 65 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER KARAKA CELEBRATES TOP SEASON W ith another remarkable strikerate for the season New Zealand Bloodstock maintained its position as Australasia s leading auction house for Gr1 success with the Karaka sale ring laying claim to 75 individual Gr1-winning yearling graduates over the last ve seasons. With these results attained from just over 20% of the auctioned yearling crop New Zealand Bloodstock has been the source of almost 40% of all Gr1-winning Australasian yearling graduates in the last ve years. Looking back at a season full of achievements two of the highlights came in the height of the European summer when Karaka graduates Little Bridge (Faltaat) and So You ink (High Chaparral) so successfully represented New Zealand at Royal Ascot. At a meeting that captures the racing world s upmost attention New Zealand had just two runners at Royal Ascot and both produced performances that put the kiwis in the spotlight on the world stage. A budding sprinter Little Bridge was well-prepared for his Royal Ascot bid a er back-to-back stakes wins on his home track in Hong Kong. Producing a brilliant performance down the Ascot straight to land one of the feature races of the meeting the Gr1 King s Stand Stakes his performance secured him the title of Hong Kong s Champion Sprinter one of eight awards won by Karaka graduates at the 2012 Hong Kong Racing Awards. e next day So You ink provided New Zealand and Karaka with a Royal Ascot Gr1 double when winning the 150th anniversary of the Gr1 Prince of Wales s Stakes. In what turned out to be his racing swansong So You ink claimed his tenth Gr1 race in what was undoubtedly his most impressive performance in the northern hemisphere. Derby success has become one of Karaka s and indeed New Zealand s key strengths at home and abroad and last season saw two Gr1 Derbies added to the haul of 10 Derbies won by Karaka graduates since 2010. Sangster (Savabeel) had been set for the VRC Derby from the beginning of his threeyear-old season and his performance in the classic was as tough as they come leading down the entire Flemington straight. His victory brought up a hat-trick of wins for New Zealand-bred horses in the VRC Derby. Brambles (Savabeel) looked very much a Derby horse when making his Queensland debut in May. He stamped his authority on the Queensland Derby market early winning both the Gr3 Rough Habit Plate and Gr3 Grand Prix Stakes before powering away to his Queensland Derby victory. Adding to the Gr1 classic haul kiwi lly Quintessential (Fast N Famous) won the Gr1 Queensland Oaks sealing the Queensland Oaks Derby double for Karaka for the second consecutive season. Closer to home (King) Mu asa (Pentire) took his Gr1 winning tally to nine in a wonderful season of racing. Twice successful at Gr1 level in New Zealand last season the now eight-year-old also conquered the tracks across the Tasman winning two feature Gr1 races in Australia. A er four trips to Australia and placing twice in the Gr1 George Ryder Stakes (King) Mu asa got the Australian Gr1 race he deserved when holding o New Zealand Bloodstock 3YO Filly of the Year King s Rose to win the Gr1 Toorak Handicap. He later added the Gr1 Futurity Stakes to the trophy cabinet beating Cox Plate-winning mare Pinker Pinker. New Zealand Bloodstock has been the source of almost 40% of all Gr1-winning Australasian yearling graduates in the last five years... On home soil Karaka graduates made a clean sweep of the three-year-old spring Gr1 races. e 1 million colt Rock n Pop (Fastnet Rock) produced a performance to match his sale price when winning the Gr1 2000 Guineas with the three-year-old lly Planet Rock making it a Guineas double for Fastnet Rock when she won the New Zealand Bloodstock 1000 Guineas a week later. Distill (Volksraad) then made it three when adding the Gr1 Levin Classic two weeks later. Further success came in New Zealand with Scarlett Lady making a successful return to Gr1 level becoming the third Gr1 winner for her sire Savabeel last season in the New Zealand Stakes. Karaka graduates also made a clean sweep of New Zealand s two-year-old Gr1 races with Warhorse (General Nediym) successful in the Diamond Stakes and Choice Bro (Choisir) victorious in the Manawatu Sires Produce Stakes. Hong Kong s International Meeting in December attracts high pro le thoroughbreds from every major racing jurisdiction in the world and New Zealand was again to the fore with the evergreen Able One (Cape Cross) successfully defending Karaka s crown in the Gr1 Hong Kong Mile. e world s richest mile contest New Zealand has made a lasting impression on the race claiming more winners than any other nation since 2000 with Sunline Lucky Owners e Duke Beauty Flash and Able One all successful. Karaka graduates had a brilliant season 66 FOR DAILY INDUSTRY NEWS UPDATES VISIT WWW.BREEDINGRACING.COM For a one-stop thoroughbred resource... visit arion.co.nz Australia and New Zealand s leading thoroughbred pedigree provider Pedigrees Produce a catalogue-style pedigree in either Magic Millions Inglis or NZ Bloodstock style. Horse Tracker Race Records Leading Sires Set your mares up on our Horse Tracker service and we will email you when their progeny or grand-progeny trial are nominated or race. 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(KING) MUFHASA (NZ) 7 G (Pentire - Sheila Cheval by Mi Preferido) Run over 1400m on August 27 2011 at Hastings Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer S J McKee Jockey S C Spratt Time 01 23.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club Hawke s Bay WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2006 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Rich Hill Stud Purchase Price NZ 50 000 Then Came Jimmy Choux Fleur de Lune Lion Tamer Fritzy Boy St Germaine Scarlett Lady Master Archie Atom Cat Kiwi Lady Wall Street Dancing Jess Booming SALE GRADUATE Gr1 GOLDEN ROSE S. MANAWANUI (AUS) 3 G (Oratorio - Lady Remlap by Filante) Run over 1400m on September 10 2011 at Rosehill Prizemoney 1 001 400 Trainer R T Leemon Jockey G Schofield Time 01 23.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale Vendor Goodwood Farm Purchase Price 45 000 Then Came Smart Missile Helmet Foxwedge Flight of Pegasus Aeronautical SALE GRADUATE 68 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES Goodwood Farm Goodwood GRADUATES INCLUDE Manawanui Dance Hero Extra Zero Johan s Toy Lucky & Wealthy That s The One SPECIALISING IN The very best of individual care at affordable rates Broodmare Agistment Foaling Down Walk ons Yearling preparation & sales Kerrie Tibbey Phone (02) 6546 6469 Mobile 0408 646 644 Email goodwood.farm bigpond.com 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 WINDSOR PARK P. JIMMY CHOUX (NZ) 4 H (Thorn Park - Cierzo by Centaine) Run over 1600m on September 17 2011 at Hastings Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer J G Bary Jockey J K Riddell Time 01 34.0 Track Condition Good Race Club Hawke s Bay WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came King Mufhasa Hold it Harvey Wall Street Booming Fleur de Lune Fritzy Boy Atom Cat St Germaine Six O Clock News Baldovino PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES Gr1 UNDERWOOD S. LION TAMER (NZ) 4 H (Storming Home - Lioness by Generous) Run over 1800m on September 17 2011 at Caulfield Prizemoney 352 000 Trainer M P Baker Jockey M Rodd Time 01 50.0 Track Condition Good Race Club MRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Southern Speed Midas Touch Glass Harmonium Playing God Heart of Dreams Precedence Scarlett Lady Lights of Heaven Efficient Brazilian Pulse Master O Reilly Shamrocker Right of Refusal 70 PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT Gr1 GEORGE MAIN S. SINCERO (AUS) 4 G (Umatilla - Yours as Always by Prego) Run over 1500m on September 17 2011 at Rosehill Prizemoney 355 000 Trainer S Farley Jockey C G O Brien Time 01 29.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2009 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale Vendor Nerreman Stud Purchase Price 8 000 Then Came Ilovethiscity Triple Elegance Black Piranha Zara Dancer Gathering Do Ra Mi Sacred Choice SALE GRADUATE Gr1 SIR RUPERT CLARKE S. TOORAK TOFF (AUS) 4 H (Show a Heart - Orong by Grand Lodge) Run over 1400m on September 24 2011 at Caulfield Prizemoney 352 000 Trainer R G Hore-Lacy Jockey Craig Williams Time 01 22.0 Track Condition Good Race Club MRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2009 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale Vendor Glenlogan Park Purchase Price 135 000 Then Came Pinnacles Master of Design Majestic Music Luen Yat Forever Silver Grecian Dao Dao Gold Salute Danzylum Smart Missile Dreamaway Testascana Pinwheel Blackie Woorim Yosei Jungle Ruler SALE GRADUATE 71 PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 MANIKATO S. SEPOY (AUS) 3 C (Elusive Quality - Watchful by Danehill) Run over 1200m on September 30 2011 at Moonee Valley Prizemoney 505 000 Trainer Peter Snowden Jockey K Mc Evoy Time 01 11.0 Track Condition Slow Race Club MVRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Sister Madly More Joyous Buffering Rue Maple Atomic Force Happy Zero Kulgrinda PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT Gr1 NEW ZEALAND BLOODSTOCK INSURANCE SPRING CLASSIC JIMMY CHOUX (NZ) 4 H (Thorn Park - Cierzo by Centaine) Run over 2040m on October 01 2011 at Hastings Prizemoney 300 000 Trainer J G Bary Jockey J K Riddell Time 02 06.0 Track Condition Good Race Club Hawke s Bay WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Hold it Harvey Red Ruler New Moon Back in Black Dawn Ghost Seaflyte El Santo Titch Don Domingo Booming 72 PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES Rich Hill Stallions 2012 Catering for all breeders Jimmy Choux (NZ) Champion Australasian 3YO 5 x G1 wins 2012 Service Fee NZ 10 000 gst lfg Pentire (GB) Champion NZ Sire (AEI) Sire of 11 individual G1 winners 2012 Service Fee NZ 30 000 gst lfg Shocking (AUS) Champion Australian Stayer 2 x G1 wins 2012 Service Fee NZ 12 000 gst lfg Any Suggestion (AUS) Champion NZ 2YO Sire Leading First Season Sire 2012 Service Fee NZ 7 500 gst lfg ... a committment to quality Contact John Thompson 64 21 779 931 or Mike Rennie 64 21 247 8892 e richhillstud xtra.co.nz 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 METROPOLITAN H. 5 G (Jeune - Fraar Side by Fraar) Run over 2400m on October 01 2011 at Randwick Prizemoney 405 000 Trainer C J Waller Jockey C Newitt Time 02 33.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Hawk Island Lamasery Ironstein Red Eye Special Lodge the Deeds Trusting Tullamore Spechenka Crafty Irna Herculian Prince Illustrious Blue Home on a Wing Stand to Gain Praecido Splendid Honours Bellagio Wynn THE VERMINATOR (AUS) Gr1 FLIGHT S. STREAMA (AUS) 3 F (Stratum - Pensiamo by Sovereign Red) Run over 1600m on October 01 2011 at Randwick Prizemoney 405 000 Trainer G H Walter Jockey J Bowman Time 01 37.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Hallowell Belle Dowager Queen Shadow West Roma Giaconda Tai Tai Tess Pane in the Glass Choice Words Ice Baby Florentina PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 74 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART Gr1 EPSOM H. SECRET ADMIRER (AUS) 4 M (Dubawi - Secret Illusion by Secret Savings) Run over 1600m on October 01 2011 at Randwick Prizemoney 505 000 Trainer G M Begg Jockey B Avdulla Time 01 36.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Pinker Pinker Red Tracer Willy Jimmy Pinnacles Red Colossus Foreteller Sincero Sacred Choice Triple Elegance Renewed Vitality More Strawberries Raspberries Dealer Principal King Lionheart Light Brigade Thankgodyou rehere Gr1 SPRING CHAMPION S. 3 G (Domesday - Orcym by Orpen) Run over 2000m on October 01 2011 at Randwick Prizemoney 405 000 Trainer G H Walter Jockey R M Quinn Time 02 06.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Darci be Good Sangster Ambidexter Strike the Stars Rekindled Alliance Black Jag King s Pact Godspeed DOCTOR DOOM (AUS) 75 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 TURNBULL S. DECEMBER DRAW (IRE) 6 G (Medecis - New York by Danzero) Run over 2000m on October 02 2011 at Flemington Prizemoney 502 500 Trainer M A Kavanagh Jockey M Rodd Time 02 04.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club VRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Glass Harmonium Playing God Southern Speed Rekindled Interest Absolutely Shamrocker Efficient Raffaello Precedence Extra Zero Linton PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT Gr1 CAULFIELD GUINEAS HELMET (AUS) 3 C (Exceed and Excel - Accessories by Singspiel) Run over 1600m on October 08 2011 at Caulfield Prizemoney 1 008 000 Trainer Peter Snowden Jockey K Mc Evoy Time 01 35.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club MRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Manawanui Huegill Specter Smart Missile Secret Hills Chase the Rainbow General Offer PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT 76 Gr1 TOORAK H. (KING) MUFHASA (NZ) 7 G (Pentire - Sheila Cheval by Mi Preferido) Run over 1600m on October 08 2011 at Caulfield Prizemoney 352 000 Trainer S J McKee Jockey M Rodd Time 01 36.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club MRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2006 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Rich Hill Stud Purchase Price NZ 50 000 Then Came King s Rose Luen Yat Forever Wall Street Dao Dao Woorim Yosei Majestic Music Fast Clip Toorak Toff Lord Pyrus Dreamaway Torio s Quest SALE GRADUATE Gr1 CAULFIELD S. DESCARADO (NZ) 5 G (High Chaparral - Karamea Lady by Lord Ballina) Run over 2000m on October 08 2011 at Caulfield Prizemoney 402 000 Trainer Ms G Waterhouse Jockey N Rawiller Time 02 02.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club MRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Avienus Lights of Heaven Berouni Sincero Playing God Sahara Sun Lion Tamer Alcopop PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT 77 PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 THOUSAND GUINEAS 3 F (Fastnet Rock - Regard by Zabeel) Run over 1600m on October 12 2011 at Caulfield Prizemoney 502 000 Trainer M A Kavanagh Jockey M Rodd Time 01 36.0 Track Condition Good Race Club MRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale Vendor Vinery Stud Purchase Price 320 000 Then Came Mosheen Sharnee Rose Hallowell Belle Rahveel Disputes Kneeling Celebrity Girl Bliss Street Cute Emily Crucial ATLANTIC JEWEL (AUS) ) SALE GRADUATE Gr1 CAULFIELD CUP SOUTHERN SPEED (AUS) 4 M (Southern Image - Golden Eagle by Zabeel) Run over 2400m on October 15 2011 at Caulfield Prizemoney 2 650 000 Trainer L Macdonald & A Gluyas Jockey Craig Williams Time 02 28.0 Track Condition Good Race Club MRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Green Moon Tullamore Manighar Lucas Cranach Unusual Suspect Drunken Sailor Macedonian Shootoff Precedence Absolutely Niwot Hawk Island Saptapadi Dream Pedlar Domesky Berouni December Draw 78 PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT NATIONAL HORSES IN TRAINING SALE GET A HEAD START ON YOUR INVESTMENT BROKEN IN AND READY TO RUN LESS TIME WAITING MORE TIME CELEBRATING Take the guesswork out of nding your next star racehorse at the Magic Millions National Horses in Training Sale. With graduates including Group One winners Shocking Eagle Regiment and Gingerbread Man the sale is renowned for its quality and value. Sydney winners Grand Business and Relaxed and Happy were both purchased from last year s sale and look exceptional prospects. Don t miss the breeze up sessions around Australia in the lead up to the sale in Victoria New South Wales and Queensland. For all the latest information and to view the quality packed catalogue visit our website FOR MORE INFORMATION MAGIC MILLIONS HEAD OFFICE PO Box 5246 GCMC Queensland 9726 T 61 7 5504 1200 F 61 7 5531 7082 E info magicmillions.com.au www.magicmillions.com.au Of cial Out tter Of cial Wagering Partner 79 31 O C TO B E R - 1 NOV E M B E R GO L D COAS T AU S T RA LIA 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 WS COX P. PINKER PINKER (AUS) 4 M (Reset - Miss Marion by Success Express) Run over 2040m on October 22 2011 at Moonee Valley Prizemoney 3 050 000 Trainer G Eurell Jockey Craig Williams Time 02 05.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club MVRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2009 Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Vendor Millford Thoroughbreds Purchase Price 120 000 Then Came Jimmy Choux Rekindled Interest Wall Street Secret Admirer Efficient King s Rose Helmet Sincero Glass Harmonium Playing God Shamrocker Avienus Lion Tamer SALE GRADUATE Gr1 COOLMORE STUD S. SEPOY (AUS) 3 C (Elusive Quality - Watchful by Danehill) Run over 1200m on October 29 2011 at Flemington Prizemoney 509 500 Trainer Peter Snowden Jockey K Mc Evoy Time 01 10.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club VRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Foxwedge Satin Shoes Zamorar Adamantium Hot Snitzel Masthead Uate Unique Quality Bear Hero PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 80 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART LEADERS IN THOROUGHBRED AUCTION SALES PRIVATE SALES INSURANCE AIRFREIGHT AND LEASING & FINANCE 20 & 21 NOVEMBER 2012 AT KARAKA 27 JANUARY 2013 AT ELLERSLIE 28 JANUARY - 4 FEBRUARY 2013 AT KARAKA READY TO RUN SALE OF 2YOs KARAKA MILLION NATIONAL YEARLING SALES SERIES NATIONAL WEANLING BROODMARE & MIXED BLOODSTOCK SALE 8 - 10 MAY 2013 AT KARAKA WINTER MIXED BLOODSTOCK SALE 2 AUGUST 2013 AT KARAKA 9 AUGUST 2013 IN CHRISTCHURCH SOUTH ISLAND SALE OF 2YOs & MIXED BLOODSTOCK Contact New Zealand Bloodstock now for more information Phone 64 9 298 0055 Email reception nzb.co.nz Website www.nzb.co.nz 81 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 VICTORIA DERBY SANGSTER (NZ) 3 G (Savabeel - Quinta Special by Spectrum) Run over 2500m on October 29 2011 at Flemington Prizemoney 1 510 000 Trainer T L Busuttin Jockey J Bowman Time 02 40.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club VRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Windsor Park P I NZ 22 500 Then Came Induna Sabrage Zabeelionaire Isopach Manawanui I Feel Good Scelto Costly Commitment Eagle Command Mr Chez Cornell Niagara Rapidus Perfect Punch Collar SALE GRADUATE Gr1 MYER CLASSIC HURTLE MYRTLE (AUS) 5 M (Dane Shadow - Ravenswood by Woodman) Run over 1600m on October 29 2011 at Flemington Prizemoney 502 500 Trainer Matthew Smith Jockey D Oliver Time 01 38.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club VRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2008 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale Vendor Kitchwin Hills Purchase Price 55 000 Then Came Sacred Choice Dysphonia Skyerush Lady Lynette Mosheen More Joyous Banchee Goon Serpent Sistine Angel Majestic Music Response Varenna Miss Born to Rock Guiseppina SALE GRADUATE 82 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 2011-2012 Premiership Winners Mitavite Congratulates Chris Waller - NSW 124.5 Metro Winners 165.5 Total Winners Tony McEvoy - SA 44 Metro Winners 63 Total Winners Rob Heathcote - QLD 63.5 Metro Winners 78.5 Total Winners Peter Moody - VIC 90 Metro Winners 188 Total Winners Keith Dryden - ACT 19 Total Winners Kris Lees - Newcastle 21 Total Winners 5 time Premiership Winner This year at Mitavite we are celebrating 25 years of manufacturing super premium horse feeds. 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GLASS HARMONIUM (IRE) 6 H (Verglas - Spring Symphony by Darshaan) Run over 2000m on October 29 2011 at Flemington Prizemoney 1 002 500 Trainer M D Moroney Jockey D Oliver Time 02 03.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club VRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Mourayan Rekindled Interest Southern Speed Foreteller Ginga Dude Sincero Midas Touch Precedence Efficient The Verminator Lights of Heaven Gr1 MELBOURNE CUP DUNADEN (FR) 6 H (Nicobar - La Marlia by Kaldounevees) Run over 3200m on November 01 2011 at Flemington Prizemoney 6 200 000 Trainer Mikel Delzangles Jockey C Lemaire Time 03 21.0 Track Condition Good Race Club VRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Red Cadeaux Lucas Cranach Americain Manighar Lost in the Moment Fox Hunt Niwot Unusual Suspect At First Sight Precedence Drunken Sailor The Verminator Tullamore Moyenne Corniche Saptapadi Older Than Time Hawk Island Illo Jukebox Jury Shamrocker Glass Harmonium Modun 84 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 17 23 FROM In 2011 IRT shipped out 17 of the 23 starters in the Melbourne Cup. 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To find out more about IRT and how we can help you and your horse call (03) 9643 3000 or visit our website. www.irt.com Image by Sportpix AusHorse 85 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 VRC OAKS MOSHEEN (AUS) 3 F (Fastnet Rock - Sumehra by Stravinsky) Run over 2500m on November 03 2011 at Flemington Prizemoney 1 005 000 Trainer R W Smerdon Jockey D Nikolic Time 02 39.0 Track Condition Good Race Club VRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale Vendor Bylong Park Thoroughbreds Purchase Price 250 000 Then Came Dowager Queen Roma Giaconda Vittoria Gioe Pentimento Gliding Rahveel Fallen One Lady Jouster Flame of Lanka SALE GRADUATE Gr1 PATINACK CLASSIC BLACK CAVIAR (AUS) 5 M (Bel Esprit - Helsinge by Desert Sun) Run over 1200m on November 05 2011 at Flemington Prizemoney 982 500 Trainer P G Moody Jockey L Nolen Time 01 08.0 Track Condition Good Race Club VRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2008 Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Vendor Swettenham Stud Purchase Price 210 000 Then Came Buffering Mid Summer Music Curtana Scenic Blast Response Panipique PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT SALE GRADUATE 86 PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT ACES AND ANGELS ALESPRIT ALL SPIRIT ANGELA S DREAM ANQUETIL APPARITIONS APPLE ESPRIT ARANDA ARTURO AUDACIOUS SPIRIT AUGUR BABIECA NOIRE BACKABEL BALAVAN BALLA S ESPRIT BALLROOM DANCE BALTIC SPIRIT BATTLE ACE BAYONET CHARGE BEATEN BY THE BEL BEAU DESERT BEAU ESPRIT BEL AMORE BEL ESTAR BEL FAME BEL FRANC BEL GOLD BEL MER BEL PRICE BEL RHYTHM BEL SAID BEL SHANDY BEL SHOES BEL SIR BEL SPRINTER BEL TORNADO BEL S EMPRESS BEL S RINGER BELAHI BELAHINA BELAURA BELCENTRA BELCINO BELECONI BELFAST BOY BELGIETTO BELL S HONOUR BELLA BALLERINA BELLA DOLCE BELLA QUEEN BELLA SAVINGS BELLAGIO BEL BELLANTINA BELLATHEBALL BELLE DIVA BELLE EZ BELLE OF THE COURT BELLE PRONTO BELLE SOCIETY BELLE TIVO BELLEAP BELLELUIA BELLETRIST BELLS ALL ROUND BELLS VICTORY BELMAISON BELNOVA 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ALBERT THE FAT (AUS) 7 G (Magic Albert - Alemar by Bureaucracy Run over 1600m on November 05 2011 at Flemington Prizemoney 1 005 000 Trainer C J Waller Jockey M Zahra Time 01 36.0 Track Condition Good Race Club VRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2006 Magic Millions Gold Coast Summer Yearling Vendor Rheinwood Pastoral Co. Purchase Price 40 000 Then Came King s Rose Secret Admirer Jimmy Choux Love Conquers All Wall Street Woorim Danleigh Yosei Luen Yat Forever Testa My Patience Pinwheel Pinnacles Red Tracer Toorak Toff Dao Dao SALE GRADUATE Gr1 NEW ZEALAND TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS 3 C (Fastnet Rock - Popsy by Sir Tristram) Run over 1600m on November 05 2011 at Riccarton Prizemoney 400 000 Trainer J W Bridgman Jockey J S Bullard Time 01 36.0 Track Condition Good Race Club CJC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Esker Lodge Purchase Price NZ 1 000 000 Then Came Anabandana Dollario Shanghai Bund Shuka Burgundy Royal Hu Bulwer Bay Secret Whisper Ginner Hart Micken ROCK N POP (AUS) SALE GRADUATE 88 PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT Esker Lodge Vendors of Rock N Pop and Super Easy. Both G1 winners last season. Enquiries welcome Contact Esker Lodge Tom or Shelly Murtagh 230 Fencourt Road RD1 Cambridge NZ 64 7 8232040 Mob 64 274857753 esker xtra.co.nz eskerlodge.co.nz 89 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 NEW ZEALAND ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS 3 F (Fastnet Rock - Akris by Zabeel) Run over 1600m on November 12 2011 at Riccarton Prizemoney 300 000 Trainer P J Williams Jockey H S Tinsley Time 01 40.0 Track Condition Heavy Race Club CJC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Wellfield Lodge Purchase Price NZ 290 000 Then Came Abeautifulred Capital Diamond Miss Artistic Unbelieveabelle Kasumi Full of Spirit Asavant Zah Girl Capricious Holy Moly Beejay Belle Viana Pasha Sumore PLANET ROCK (AUS) SALE GRADUATE Gr1 WINTERBOTTOM S. ORTENSIA (AUS) 6 M (Testa Rossa - Aerate s Pick by Picnicker) Run over 1200m on November 19 2011 at Ascot Prizemoney 505 000 Trainer Paul Messara Jockey Craig Williams Time 01 10.0 Track Condition Good Race Club WATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2007 Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Vendor Riverside Stud Purchase Price 50 000 Then Came Rarefied Grand Nirvana Hadabeclorka Werd Elusive Touch Kid Choisir Morant Ego s Dare Avante Elliotto For Your Eyes Only SALE GRADUATE 90 PHOTOGRAPHY BY SCOTT HOLLANDS PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES Smarter Breed New Zealand Thoroughbred Marketing New Zealand e perfect thoroughbred breeding environment and unbeatable value for money www.nztm.co.nz 91 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 RAILWAY S. LUCKYGRAY (AUS) 4 G (Bradbury s Luck - Damah Lady by Mukaddamah) Run over 1600m on November 19 2011 at Ascot Prizemoney 1 015 400 Trainer G P Poletti Jockey S O Donnell Time 01 35.0 Track Condition Good Race Club WATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2009 Magic Millions Perth Yearling Sale Vendor Riverslea Farm Pty Ltd Purchase Price 46 000 Then Came He s Remarkable Westriver Kevydonn Waratah s Secret Tranquility Ranger Kincaple Spacecraft Lords Ransom Avienus Mega Steel Rocky Range Battle Emblem Playing God Big Ted King Kool Kat SALE GRADUATE Gr1 LEVIN CLASSIC DISTILL (NZ) 3 G (Volksraad - Fairy Tipsy by Casual Lies) Run over 1600m on November 25 2011 at Otaki Prizemoney 228 000 Trainer R J Bergerson Jockey R J Hannam Time 01 36.0 Track Condition Good Race Club Levin RC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Windsor Park P I NZ 39 000 Then Came Randall Antonio Lombardo Shanghai Bund Duckworth Lewis Danny Ricardo Whoshe Estrato San Rafael Platinum Playboy Brackenwood Viking Ace Release Me Smoke n Mirrors Urunga Lego SALE GRADUATE 92 PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES PHOTOGRAPHY BY SCOTT HOLLANDS Entrust your horse to Riverslea Farm and it could be your Luckygray. e 2009 a yearling at th Luckygray as Consistent top 5 leading vendor at major yearling and weanling sales Successful pinhooker of multiple stakes winners Foaling Walk-on mares Spelling Yearling and Weanling Sale Prep Luckygray - winner of the 2011 G1 WATC Railway Stakes Selected as a weanling and prepared for sale by Riverslea Farm Perth Magic M illions Sale Group 1 ray pinhooke winner Luckyg verslea Farm d & sold by Ri Don t be a number be number one. Contact Karen Irwin on 0408 272 114 karen riversleafarm.com.au www.riversleafarm.com.au 93 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 KINGSTON TOWN CLASSIC 4 G (Blackfriars - Dolly Will Do by Rubiton) Run over 1800m on December 03 2011 at Ascot Prizemoney 507 000 Trainer N D Parnham Jockey S Parnham Time 01 50.0 Track Condition Good Race Club WATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2009 Magic Millions Perth Yearling Sale Vendor Durham Lodge Purchase Price 27 000 Then Came Ranger King Saul Battle Emblem Luckygray Tranquility Lords Ransom Big Ted Kincaple Avienus Spacecraft Hadabeclorka Mega Steel PLAYING GOD (AUS) SALE GRADUATE Gr1 CAPTAIN COOK S. (KING) MUFHASA (NZ) 7 G (Pentire - Sheila Cheval by Mi Preferido) Run over 1600m on December 03 2011 at Trentham Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer S J McKee Jockey S C Spratt Time 01 36.0 Track Condition Good Race Club WRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2006 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Rich Hill Stud Purchase Price NZ 50 000 Then Came Vonusti Dating Hold it Harvey Booming Banchee Platinum Princess Vosne Romanee Bragato Elusive Tracy SALE GRADUATE 94 PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES PHOTOGRAPHY BY SCOTT HOLLANDS Gr1 ZABEEL CLASSIC SHEZ SINSATIONAL (NZ) 4 M (Ekraar - Original Sin by Shinko King) Run over 2000m on December 26 2011 at Ellerslie Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer S A Sharrock Jockey J B Mc Donald Time 02 02.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ARC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Veyron Doctor Fremantle Lady Kipling Booming Innocent Lady Duckworth Lewis Lady Chaparral Postmans Daughter Sir Slick Vonusti Pasta Post Back in Black Vosne Romanee Gr1 RAILWAY S. ATOMIC FORCE (AUS) 6 G (Danehill Dancer - Show of Force by Luskin Star) Run over 1200m on January 01 2012 at Ellerslie Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer D P Smith Jockey N Rawiller Time 01 12.0 Track Condition Slow Race Club ARC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2007 Magic Millions Gold Coast Summer Yearling Vendor Raheen Stud Purchase Price 50 000 Then Came The Hombre Twilight Savings Aspinal Fazzle Cool Storm Double Barrel Durham Town Mi Payday Magic Briar Upsala Mae Jinx Kaptain Kirkup Ego SALE GRADUATE 95 PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 TELEGRAPH H. GUISEPPINA (NZ) 5 M (Johar - Battocchi by Success Express) Run over 1200m on January 21 2012 at Trentham Prizemoney 300 000 Trainer Steven Ramsay Jockey J B Mc Donald Time 01 07.0 Track Condition Good Race Club WRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Atomic Force El Chico Eight Schillings O Cartier Charma Baby Guinness Vonusti The Hombre Gaston So Elusive Atapi Imani Double Barrel Kaptain Kirkup Starguru Ego Durham Town Gr1 THORNDON MILE SAY NO MORE (NZ) 4 M (Pentire - Our Lucy by Walking Ring) Run over 1600m on January 28 2012 at Trentham Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer P H Duncan Jockey R J Myers Time 01 38.0 Track Condition Good Race Club WRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Postmans Daughter Jetset Lad Smoulder Sadist Final Touch Vonusti November Rain Justanexcuse Pinot Express Shez Sinsational Joku Dating Booming Platinum Princess All in Tempo New Moon Banchee 96 PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES Gr1 CF ORR S. BLACK CAVIAR (AUS) 5 M (Bel Esprit - Helsinge by Desert Sun) Run over 1400m on February 11 2012 at Caulfield Prizemoney 402 000 Trainer P G Moody Jockey L Nolen Time 01 25.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club MRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2008 Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Vendor Swettenham Stud Purchase Price 210 000 Then Came Southern Speed Playing God Illo Midas Touch Doubtful Jack Danzylum Precedence Efficient PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT SALE GRADUATE Gr1 WAIKATO DRAUGHT SPRINT 6 G (Thorn Park - Over the Limit by Centro) Run over 1400m on February 11 2012 at Te Rapa Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer Ms L M Laing Jockey L G Innes Time 01 21.0 Track Condition Good Race Club Waikato RC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came King Mufhasa Fazzle Guiseppina Baby Guinness Undisclosed Run Like Al Sangster VEYRON (NZ) 97 PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 INTERNATIONAL S. SHEZ SINSATIONAL (NZ) 4 M (Ekraar - Original Sin by Shinko King) Run over 2000m on February 11 2012 at Te Rapa Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer S A Sharrock Jockey J B Mc Donald Time 02 03.0 Track Condition Good Race Club Waikato RC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Hold it Harvey Rock n Pop Postmans Daughter Our Famous Eve Sum Up Doctor Fremantle Booming Arcenciel Goldschatz Six O Clock News Gr1 LIGHTNING S. BLACK CAVIAR (AUS) 5 M (Bel Esprit - Helsinge by Desert Sun) Run over 1000m on February 18 2012 at Flemington Prizemoney 752 500 Trainer P G Moody Jockey L Nolen Time 00 56.0 Track Condition Good Race Club VRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2008 Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Vendor Swettenham Stud Purchase Price 210 000 Then Came Hay List Buffering Foxwedge Lone Rock Temple of Boom Phelan Ready Metallurgical Secret Flyer SALE GRADUATE 98 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES MAGNUS CLEARLY WINS THE 2012 (from Hard Spun and Purrealist) MAGNUS HAS 18% STAKES HORSES TO RUNNERS inc NZ STAKES WINNER PLATINUM KINGDOM at Moonee Valley HOW SWEDE IT IS - a winner and stakes placed The multiple stakes placed IMPRIMIS KOLONGA - an emphatic Caulfield winner on debut MAGNIER - a 5 length winner on debut PLATINUM KINGDOM captures the Listed Champagne Stakes at Riccarton MAGNIFISIO won by 3 lengths at Belmont last week Mark Lindsay 0416 334 338 Philip Marshall 0407 853 782 info elizapark.com.au Peter Woodard 0408 343 142 99 www.elizapark.com.au 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 BLUE DIAMOND S. SAMAREADY (AUS) 2 F (More Than Ready - Samar by Secret Savings) Run over 1200m on February 25 2012 at Caulfield Prizemoney 1 015 000 Trainer M G Price Jockey C Newitt Time 01 10.0 Track Condition Good Race Club MRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2011 Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale Vendor Vinery Stud Purchase Price 150 000 Then Came No Looking Back Armed for Action Jimando Rusambo The Travelling Man Mama s Choice Real Stolle Members Joy Bush Aviator Formidable General Rippa Applegate Ferment Andre Roo Hoo Cambiaso SALE GRADUATE Gr1 OAKLEIGH P. WOORIM (AUS) 6 G (Show a Heart - Wabble by Canadian Silver) Run over 1100m on February 25 2012 at Caulfield Prizemoney 402 000 Trainer R L Heathcote Jockey D J Browne Time 01 03.0 Track Condition Good Race Club MRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2007 Magic Millions National Yearling Sale Vendor Glenlogan Park Passed In 65 000 Then Came Elite Falls Facile Tigre First Command Sepoy Bel Sprinter Curtana Diplomatic Force Master of Design African Pulse Winter King Stirling Grove Yosei Johannapine Satin Shoes Grand Nirvana Eagle Falls SALE GRADUATE 100 PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 10 stakes performers in 2011 12 include G1 performer Hallowell Belle 2012 yearlings sold to 290 000 Scan QR code to learn more We Can Say It Now and Star Witness Star Witness winning the 2010 Blue Diamond Stakes arrowfield.com.au T 61 2 9909 5555 2012 SERVICE FEE 27 500 inc. GST 101 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 FUTURITY S. (KING) MUFHASA (NZ) 7 G (Pentire - Sheila Cheval by Mi Preferido) Run over 1400m on February 25 2012 at Caulfield Prizemoney 502 000 Trainer S J McKee Jockey N Rawiller Time 01 24.0 Track Condition Good Race Club MRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2006 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Rich Hill Stud Purchase Price NZ 50 000 Then Came Pinker Pinker Adamantium Playing God Niwot Wall Street Bigelow Scenic Shot PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT SALE GRADUATE Gr1 WFA S. VEYRON (NZ) 6 G (Thorn Park - Over the Limit by Centro) Run over 1600m on February 25 2012 at Otaki Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer Ms L M Laing Jockey M D Hills Time 01 34.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club Otaki Maori RC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Lady Kipling Guiseppina Hold it Harvey Postmans Daughter Vosne Romanee Sadist The Hombre Eagle Mountain Jaggard PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES 102 Gr1 NEW ZEALAND DERBY 3 F (O Reilly - Winning Spree by Zabeel) Run over 2400m on March 03 2012 at Ellerslie Prizemoney 723 000 Trainer R A James Jockey J B Mc Donald Time 02 34.0 Track Condition Slow Race Club ARC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Rock n Pop Carrick Chicharita Zurella Travolta Red Shift Roamin Shuka Angelology Jeroboam Colorado Sun Barney Guess What Nine Pin Mr Chez SILENT ACHIEVER (NZ) Gr1 AUSTRALIAN GUINEAS MOSHEEN (AUS) 3 F (Fastnet Rock - Sumehra by Stravinsky) Run over 1600m on March 03 2012 at Flemington Prizemoney 756 000 Trainer R W Smerdon Jockey D Nikolic Time 01 37.0 Track Condition Slow Race Club VRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale Vendor Bylong Park Thoroughbreds Purchase Price 250 000 Then Came Strike the Stars Mister Milton That s the One Highly Recommended Sabrage Proliferate Bombalatomba Instinction Fontelina Adamantium Helmet Huegill Decircles Sangster First Course SALE GRADUATE 103 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 AUCKLAND CUP SHEZ SINSATIONAL (NZ) 4 M (Ekraar - Original Sin by Shinko King) Run over 3200m on March 07 2012 at Ellerslie Prizemoney 461 000 Trainer S A Sharrock Jockey J B Mc Donald Time 03 25.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ARC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Spiro Six O Clock News Booming Innocent Lady Blood Brotha Options Aussieaussieaussie The Jungle Boy Top Spot Single Minded Peace Lilly Yours Titch Back in Black Loose Change Castle Heights Jafa Jack Gr1 AUSTRALIAN CUP MANIGHAR (FR) 6 G (Linamix - Mintly Fresh by Rubiano) Run over 2000m on March 10 2012 at Flemington Prizemoney 1 005 000 Trainer P G Moody Jockey L Nolen Time 02 01.0 Track Condition Good Race Club VRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Southern Speed Americain Precedence Efficient Playing God Glass Harmonium Illo PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT 104 PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES QUESTION Does your current feed meet the standard required by the prestigious National Research Council Committee on Nutrient Requirements for your mare your weanlings and your yearlings We already know the answer. 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SHOOT OUT (AUS) 5 G (High Chaparral - Pentamerous by Pentire) Run over 1600m on March 10 2012 at Warwick Farm Prizemoney 355 000 Trainer C J Waller Jockey J Bowman Time 01 37.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2008 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale Vendor Oaklands Stud Purchase Price 15 000 Then Came Danleigh Trusting Rangirangdoo Herculian Prince Pinker Pinker Gathering Sacred Choice SALE GRADUATE 106 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT 107 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 NEW ZEALAND S. SCARLETT LADY (NZ) 4 M (Savabeel - On Call by Ironclad) Run over 2000m on March 10 2012 at Ellerslie Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer G A Rogerson Jockey J B Mc Donald Time 02 05.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ARC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2009 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Waikato Stud Ltd. 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WARHORSE (NZ) 2 C (General Nediym - Rathlin Island by Giant s Causeway) Run over 1200m on March 10 2012 at Ellerslie Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer J W Bridgman Jockey O P Bosson Time 01 12.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ARC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2011 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Trelawney Stud Ltd Purchase Price NZ 100 000 Then Came Rollout the Carpet Silk Pins Soriano Travino Seleno Choice Bro Croatia Mai Guru Roof of Reckoning King Zeus Coat du Roan SALE GRADUATE 108 PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES Gr1 NEW ZEALAND OAKS 3 F (Darci Brahma - Artless by Dahar) Run over 2400m on March 17 2012 at Trentham Prizemoney 300 000 Trainer S F Ritchie Jockey M T Coleman Time 02 28.0 Track Condition Good Race Club WRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Zurella Quintessential Poste Restante Joy s Choice Manhattan Mam Asavant Chicharita Capital Diamond Myminkcoat Lady Platinum Splitsecond Tilda Savasong Jungle Pago Planet Rock (MISS) ARTISTIC (NZ) Gr1 ROYAL RANDWICK GUINEAS 3 F (Fastnet Rock - Sumehra by Stravinsky) Run over 1600m on March 17 2012 at Randwick Prizemoney 505 000 Trainer R W Smerdon Jockey D Nikolic Time 01 38.0 Track Condition Slow Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale Vendor Bylong Park Thoroughbreds Purchase Price 250 000 Then Came Said Com Laser Hawk Ambidexter Manawanui Darci be Good Strike the Stars Ocean Park Galah Wild and Proud Induna Moment of Change Doctor Doom King Saul MOSHEEN (AUS) SALE GRADUATE 109 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 WILLIAM REID S. FOXWEDGE (AUS) 3 C (Fastnet Rock - Forest Native by Forest Wildcat) Run over 1200m on March 23 2012 at Moonee Valley Prizemoney 416 000 Trainer J A O Shea Jockey N Rawiller Time 01 10.0 Track Condition Good Race Club MVRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale Vendor Luskin Park Stud Purchase Price 925 000 Then Came Hay List Buffering Lone Rock Beaded Rekindled Interest Mid Summer Music Woorim PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK GATT SALE GRADUATE Gr1 COOLMORE CLASSIC OFCOURSEICAN (AUS) 5 M (Mossman - Yes She Can Cancan by Canny Lad) Run over 1500m on March 24 2012 at Rosehill Prizemoney 606 200 Trainer R J Quinton Jockey Ms K O Hara Time 01 30.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Secret Admirer King s Rose Yosei Streama Alberton Park Foxstar Steps in Time Red Tracer Bliss Street Ladys Angel Do Ra Mi Tomboy PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 110 Gr1 RANVET S. MANIGHAR (FR) 6 G (Linamix - Mintly Fresh by Rubiano) Run over 2000m on March 24 2012 at Rosehill Prizemoney 405 000 Trainer P G Moody Jockey L Nolen Time 02 05.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Rangirangdoo Shoot Out Niwot Southern Speed Wall Street Illo Tullamore Trusting Scarlett Lady Scenic Shot Zavite Hawk Island PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART Gr1 MANAWATU SIRES PRODUCE S. 2 C (Choisir - Ladidi by Palace Music) Run over 1400m on March 31 2012 at Awapuni Prizemoney 225 000 Trainer J G Sargent Jockey J K Riddell Time 01 23.0 Track Condition Good Race Club Manawatu RC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2011 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Ainsley Downs Stud Purchase Price NZ 50 000 Then Came Magic Shaft Warhorse Irish Rebel Fix Soriano Travino Rollout the Carpet Liberating Mai Guru Lady de Chine Lumiere Blue CHOICE BRO (AUS) SALE GRADUATE 111 PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 ROSEHILL GUINEAS LASER HAWK (AUS) 3 G (Artie Schiller - High Heels by Canny Lad) Run over 2000m on March 31 2012 at Rosehill Prizemoney 505 000 Trainer Ms G Waterhouse Jockey N Rawiller Time 02 02.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Ocean Park Silent Achiever Ambidexter Strike the Stars Hoylonny Said Com Rock n Pop Merlin Mustang Darci be Good Sabrage Highly Recommended Doctor Doom Galah Induna Sangster Big Time Proliferate Gr1 NEW ZEALAND THOROUGHBRED BREEDERS S. SAY NO MORE (NZ) 4 M (Pentire - Our Lucy by Walking Ring) Run over 1600m on April 07 2012 at Te Aroha Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer P H Duncan Jockey R J Myers Time 01 35.0 Track Condition Good Race Club Te Aroha JC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Fleur de Lune Xanadu Lady Kipling Fazzle Floria No Excuse Maggie Postmans Daughter Jeu de Cartes Villifye Acapela Lady Chaparral Platinum Princess Smoulder Dating Do Ra Mi 112 PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART Gr1 QUEEN OF THE TURF S. MORE JOYOUS (NZ) 5 M (More Than Ready - Sunday Joy by Sunday Silence) Run over 1500m on April 07 2012 at Rosehill Prizemoney 406 200 Trainer Ms G Waterhouse Jockey N Rawiller Time 01 28.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Miss Keepsake King s Rose Hurtle Myrtle Red Tracer Cabernet Lights of Heaven Yosei Ofcourseican Skyerush PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART Gr1 GEORGE RYDER S. METAL BENDER (NZ) 6 G (Danasinga - Jacqwin by Bluebird) Run over 1500m on April 07 2012 at Rosehill Prizemoney 405 000 Trainer C J Waller Jockey M Rodd Time 01 29.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2007 Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale Vendor Waikato Stud Purchase Price 160 000 Then Came Rekindled Interest Secret Admirer King Mufhasa Sincero Rangirangdoo Centennial Park Happy Zero Albert the Fat Love Conquers All Monton Niagara Danleigh Huegill Rock Classic He s Remarkable Woorim SALE GRADUATE 113 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 GOLDEN SLIPPER S. PIERRO (AUS) 2 C (Lonhro - Right Note by Daylami) Run over 1200m on April 07 2012 at Rosehill Prizemoney 3 532 750 Trainer Ms G Waterhouse Jockey N Rawiller Time 01 10.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2011 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale Vendor Musk Creek Farm Purchase Price 230 000 Then Came Snitzerland Samaready Doubtfilly Raceway Driefontein Shelford Cavalry Rose Amorino No Looking Back Faustus Ashokan Narcissus Later Gator Jade Marauder Epaulette SALE GRADUATE Gr1 BMW S. MANIGHAR (FR) 6 G (Linamix - Mintly Fresh by Rubiano) Run over 2400m on April 07 2012 at Rosehill Prizemoney 2 276 200 Trainer P G Moody Jockey L Nolen Time 02 28.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Americain Drunken Sailor Niwot Southern Speed Hawk Island Precedence Fiumicino Scarlett Lady PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 114 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART WHEN THE SEAS OF L WATERTIGHT COVER IFE GET ROUGH IS YOUR LIFEBOAT With horses as in life it pays to know the risks involved. As a genuine equine insurance broker we re here to look after YOUR interests and we know that price is irrelevant unless you have the right cover for your needs. We ll get the right cover at the right price and because we ve already done your homework for you your time can be better spent finding another winner. 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All Vinery stallions carry a transferable free return if your mare fails to deliver a live foal (conditions apply). Payment is not due until June 15 2013. 117 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 SIRES PRODUCE S. PIERRO (AUS) 2 C (Lonhro - Right Note by Daylami) Run over 1400m on April 14 2012 at Randwick Prizemoney 500 000 Trainer Ms G Waterhouse Jockey N Rawiller Time 01 21.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2011 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale Vendor Musk Creek Farm Purchase Price 230 000 Then Came All Too Hard Limes Raceway Faustus Ashokan Tatra PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART SALE GRADUATE Gr1 TJ SMITH S. MASTER OF DESIGN (AUS) ) 6 H (Redoute s Choice - Urge to Merge by Last Tycoon) Run over 1200m on April 14 2012 at Randwick Prizemoney 985 000 Trainer David Payne Jockey Craig Williams Time 01 09.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2007 Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale Vendor Arrowfield Stud Purchase Price 2 100 000 Then Came Rain Affair Hallowell Belle Neeson Varenna Miss Foxwedge PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART SALE GRADUATE 118 Gr1 EASTER H. VEYRON (NZ) 6 G (Thorn Park - Over the Limit by Centro) Run over 1600m on April 14 2012 at Ellerslie Prizemoney 200 000 Trainer Ms L M Laing Jockey R M Norvall Time 01 35.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ARC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Postmans Daughter Fleur de Lune Jetset Lad Green Supreme Sum Up Jimmy Choux Alegrio Atom Cat Nicole Amy Capone Justanexcuse Tempelten Vonusti Cissy Bowen Riotous Steel Giant Our Star Pupil Gr1 GALAXY H. TEMPLE OF BOOM (AUS) 5 G (Piccolo - Temple Spirit by Special Dane) Run over 1100m on April 21 2012 at Randwick Prizemoney 355 000 Trainer T J Gollan Jockey J McDonald Time 01 03.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2008 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale Vendor Eureka Thoroughbreds Pty Ltd Purchase Price 40 000 Then Came Nobby Snip Ladys Angel Title Thankgodyou rehere Mic Mac News Alert Zaratone Bel Sprinter Satin Shoes Elite Falls Winter King Hot Snitzel Border Rebel SALE GRADUATE 119 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY RACE IMAGES 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 DONCASTER H. MORE JOYOUS (NZ) 5 M (More Than Ready - Sunday Joy by Sunday Silence) Run over 1600m on April 21 2012 at Randwick Prizemoney 2 011 500 Trainer Ms G Waterhouse Jockey N Rawiller Time 01 36.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Shoot Out Yosei Sincero Fast Clip Happy Trails Albert the Fat Secret Admirer Absolutely Rangirangdoo All Legal Monton Centennial Park Happy Zero Danleigh Hurtle Myrtle He s Remarkable Wall Street Niagara Gr1 AUSTRALIAN OAKS STREAMA (AUS) 3 F (Stratum - Pensiamo by Sovereign Red) Run over 2400m on April 21 2012 at Randwick Prizemoney 555 000 Trainer G H Walter Jockey J Bowman Time 02 31.0 Track Condition Slow Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Aliyana Tilde Thy Full of Spirit Colourist Rock Robster Lightens Suzanne PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 120 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 121 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 ROBERT SANGSTER S. BLACK CAVIAR (AUS) 5 M (Bel Esprit - Helsinge by Desert Sun) Run over 1200m on April 28 2012 at Morphettville Prizemoney 400 400 Trainer P G Moody Jockey L Nolen Time 01 11.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club SAJC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2008 Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Vendor Swettenham Stud Purchase Price 210 000 Then Came Sistine Angel Power Princess Lone Rock All Friared Up Shekinaar Just Sybil Valentine Miss Spurcific Tabulated SALE GRADUATE Gr1 SCHWEPPES OAKS INVEST (AUS) 3 F (Dehere - Unearthly by Zabeel) Run over 2000m on April 28 2012 at Morphettville Prizemoney 401 000 Trainer C E Conners Jockey P Mertens Time 02 07.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club SAJC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale Vendor Coolmore Stud Purchase Price 450 000 Then Came Our Miss Jones Essence Sharnee Rose Kasumi Crimson Lady Empress Rock Red Typhoon Secret Liaison Princess Rock Rahveel Temper Tantrum Spelldancer Crucial Rock Culture Gioe SALE GRADUATE 122 PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNO CANATELLI PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNO CANATELLI ADAM SANGSTER & SWETTENHAM STUD STAFF WOULD LIKE TO CONGRATULATE ALL CONNECTIONS OF BLACK CAVIAR SOLD IN 2008 BY SWETTENHAM STUD (AS AGENT). 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MORE JOYOUS (NZ) 5 M (More Than Ready - Sunday Joy by Sunday Silence) Run over 2000m on April 28 2012 at Randwick Prizemoney 505 000 Trainer Ms G Waterhouse Jockey N Rawiller Time 02 05.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Manighar Secret Admirer Rangirangdoo Rekindled Interest Americain Speediness Jimmy Choux PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART Gr1 SYDNEY CUP NIWOT (AUS) 7 G (Galileo - Too Darn Hot by Noble Bijou) Run over 3200m on April 28 2012 at Randwick Prizemoney 528 500 Trainer M W & J Hawkes Jockey D Dunn Time 03 20.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2006 Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale Vendor Arion Pedigrees Ltd Purchase Price 200 000 Then Came Efficient Once Were Wild Nextanix Anudjawun Peal of Bells Precedence Older Than Time Planet Purple Solid Billing Hawk Island Drunken Sailor Stand to Gain Our Serena Hanks Permit SALE GRADUATE 124 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART Gr1 ALL AGED S. ATLANTIC JEWEL (AUS) 3 F (Fastnet Rock - Regard by Zabeel) Run over 1400m on April 28 2012 at Randwick Prizemoney 401 000 Trainer M A Kavanagh Jockey M Rodd Time 01 22.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale Vendor Vinery Stud Purchase Price 320 000 Then Came Rain Affair Ofcourseican Albert the Fat Happy Zero Centennial Park SALE GRADUATE Gr1 CHAMPAGNE S. PIERRO (AUS) 2 C (Lonhro - Right Note by Daylami) Run over 1600m on April 28 2012 at Randwick Prizemoney 405 000 Trainer Ms G Waterhouse Jockey N Rawiller Time 01 35.0 Track Condition Good Race Club ATC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2011 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale Vendor Musk Creek Farm Purchase Price 230 000 Then Came Dear Demi Tatra Flying Snitzel Rowie Limes Strength Trophies Raceway SALE GRADUATE 125 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DERBY 3 C (Zabeel - Kisumu by Carnegie) Run over 2500m on May 05 2012 at Morphettville Prizemoney 500 500 Trainer L J Corstens Jockey D Oliver Time 02 42.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club SAJC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale Vendor Yarraman Park Stud Purchase Price 250 000 Then Came Sabrage Westsouthwest Strike the Stars Tohunga Lethal Jones Alcohol Heaven s Riches Backbone Pelicano Niconoise Essence Haroldhaut Reign of Terror Southern Invasion Cornell ZABEELIONAIRE (NZ) SALE GRADUATE Gr1 BTC CUP SEA SIREN (AUS) 3 F (Fastnet Rock - Express a Smile by Success Express) Run over 1200m on May 12 2012 at Doomben Prizemoney 405 500 Trainer J A O Shea Jockey J A Cassidy Time 01 08.0 Track Condition Good Race Club BRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Scenic Blast Beaded Varenna Miss Spirit of Boom Adebisi Woorim Neeson Temple of Boom Elite Falls Black Piranha Satin Shoes Facile Tigre 126 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNO CANATELLI Gr1 GOODWOOD H. BLACK CAVIAR (AUS) 5 M (Bel Esprit - Helsinge by Desert Sun) Run over 1200m on May 12 2012 at Morphettville Prizemoney 495 500 Trainer P G Moody Jockey L Nolen Time 01 10.0 Track Condition Good Race Club SAJC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2008 Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Vendor Swettenham Stud Purchase Price 210 000 Then Came We re Gonna Rock Stirling Grove Stanzout Streetcar Magic Outlandish Lad Go the Knuckle Weholdtheace Catapulted SALE GRADUATE Gr1 DOOMBEN CUP MAWINGO (GER) 4 C (Tertullian - Montfleur by Sadler s Wells) Run over 2000m on May 19 2012 at Doomben Prizemoney 505 500 Trainer Anthony Freedman Jockey N Rawiller Time 02 02.0 Track Condition Good Race Club BRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Lights of Heaven Manighar Scenic Shot Fibrillation Triple Honour Shez Sinsational Booming Foreteller Saint Encosta Mr Light Blue Wall Street 127 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNO CANATELLI 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 DOOMBEN TEN THOUSAND S. SEA SIREN (AUS) 3 F (Fastnet Rock - Express a Smile by Success Express) Run over 1350m on May 26 2012 at Doomben Prizemoney 656 600 Trainer J A O Shea Jockey J A Cassidy Time 01 19.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club BRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Buffering Temple of Boom Spirit of Boom Phelan Ready Pampelonne Sistine Angel Pinwheel Mid Summer Music Woorim Beaded Thankgodyou rehere Scenic Blast Ladys Angel Adebisi Black Piranha Gr1 QUEENSLAND OAKS QUINTESSENTIAL (NZ) 3 F (Fast n Famous - Florette by Sword Dance) Run over 2400m on June 02 2012 at Eagle Farm Prizemoney 402 500 Trainer J G Sargent Jockey D J Browne Time 02 38.0 Track Condition Heavy Race Club BRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Trelawney Stud Ltd Purchase Price NZ 70 000 Then Came Eliza Blues Vittoria Dowager Queen Urban Rocker Red Typhoon Pretty Pins Poste Restante Anagold Miss Artistic Angelus Scorpio Queen Invest Rock Hit Rocksan Angel of Mercy Tycoon s Heart SALE GRADUATE 128 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART Gr1 STRADBROKE H. MID SUMMER MUSIC (AUS) 6 M (Oamaru Force - Samsara Lady by Nassipour) Run over 1400m on June 09 2012 at Eagle Farm Prizemoney 1 020 000 Trainer P G Moody Jockey L Nolen Time 01 23.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club BRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale Not Sold Then Came Buffering Happy Zero Pinwheel Temple of Boom Spirit of Boom Shopaholic Tiger Tees Sea Siren Varenna Miss Thankgodyou rehere Sistine Angel Listen Son Phelan Ready Torio s Quest Triple Elegance Wealth Princess Celtic Dancer Gr1 QUEENSLAND DERBY 3 G (Savabeel - Prickle by Pins) Run over 2400m on June 09 2012 at Eagle Farm Prizemoney 505 000 Trainer P G Moody Jockey B Rawiller Time 02 30.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club BRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 NZ Bloodstock National Yearling Sale Vendor Waikato Stud Ltd. Purchase Price NZ 100 000 Then Came Quintessential Westsouthwest Tohunga Vatuvei Zabeelionaire Red Shift Reigning Scream Machine Tunes Lucripetous Poste Restante Rock the Pac Largo da Barra Isopach Vittoria Express Warrior Tickled BRAMBLES (NZ) SALE GRADUATE 129 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART 2012 GROUP 1 ANNUAL BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARION PEDIGREES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND S LEADING THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREE PROVIDER Gr1 TJ SMITH SIZZLING (AUS) 2 C (Snitzel - Admirelle by General Nediym) Run over 1600m on June 09 2012 at Eagle Farm Prizemoney 505 000 Trainer K C Wood Jockey C Munce Time 01 37.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club BRC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2011 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale Vendor Evergreen Stud Farm Purchase Price 260 000 Then Came Kabayan Academus Toydini Ninth Legion What a Gal Noogoora Burr Donna Cattiva Dances on Stars Regular Choice Bro Courtz Boy Boban SALE GRADUATE Gr1 TATTERSALLS TIARA PEAR TART (AUS) 3 F (Dehere - Tangerine Dream by Sadler s Wells) Run over 1400m on June 23 2012 at Eagle Farm Prizemoney 505 000 Trainer John Thompson Jockey J Lloyd Time 01 23.0 Track Condition Dead Race Club Qld Tatt s RC WINNER S DETAILS Sale 2010 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale Vendor Makybe Purchase Price 45 000 Then Came Skyerush Gai s Choice Red Tracer Divorces Risk Aversion Varenna Miss Balmont Mid Summer Music Shopaholic Emmalene Alltherightmoves Miss Keepsake Sistine Angel Soft Sand So Pristine Forfeiture Bonnie Mac SALE GRADUATE 130 PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE HART Hidden Dragon (DANEHILL-BALLROOM BABE BY CITIDANCER) - AUS - 16HH ENTERED STUD 2006 I loved training Hidden Dragon. He had a positive attitude speed and a constitution that all trainers dream about. Had he not been injured he would certainly have been a Hong Kong International Group One horse and I was looking forward to travelling with him internationally Tony Cruz Hidden Dragon is from a regal family. By the sire-of-sires powerhouse Danehill - He is a half brother to Gr2-winning and Gr1-placed filly Just Dancing and Gr3winning filly Tahini Girl. His dam Ballroom Babe is a triple Gr1-winner and was the head of the NZ 2YO classifications. Hidden Dragon including... is already 2011 Stud Fee represented by a stellar bunch of gallopers 13 200 Hollowlea winner of the Gr2 MVRC Bill Stutt Stakes & Listed VRC Henry Bucks Stakes 5 time winner and Triple Listed Placed Obsidian Dragon Hidden Kisses Steel Dragon Listed placed 3 time winner of 238 000 5 time winner at two and Listed Placed LYNDHURST STUD Lyndhurst Lane Warwick QLD PO Box 348 Warwick QLD 4370 Contact Jeff Kruger 0429 076 610 or Griff Kruger 0427 010 096 Email jeff lyndhurststud.com Website www.lyndhurststud.com 131 NEW SOUTH WALES Flying Spur - Lady Capel by Last Tycoon (IRE) Bay Horse 2003 16.1HH QUEENSLAND MONACO CONSUL NZ 19 800 INC. GST High Chaparral (IRE) - Argante (NZ) by Star Way (GB) Bay Horse 2006 16HH CASINO PRINCE 27 500 INC. GST Shamardal (USA) - Lady Vettori (GB) by Vettori (IRE) Chestnut Horse 2007 16HH LOPE DE VEGA IRE 27 500 INC. GST TRUSTING NEW 2012 16 500 INC. GST Tale Of e Cat (USA) - Legible (NZ) by Zabeel Bay Horse 2006 16HH Hussonet (USA) - Villa Elisa (CHI) by Roy (USA) Chestnut Horse 2003 16HH HUSSON ARG 22 000 INC. GST RAHEEB 8 800 INC. GST Royal Academy (USA) - Gatana by Marauding (NZ) Chestnut Horse 2003 16.2HH Chief s Crown (USA) - Beautiful Glass (USA) by Pass e Glass (USA) Bay Horse 1991 16HH BEAUTIFUL CROWN 16 500 INC. GST WONDERFUL WORLD 8 800 INC. GST Agnes World (USA) - Success Tale by Success Express (USA) Brown Horse 2003 16HH Rock Of Gibraltar (IRE) - Skating by At Talaq (USA) Grey Horse 2004 16.1HH MURTAJILL 16 500 INC. GST Anabaa (USA) - Tristera by Sir Tristram (IRE) Bay Horse 2003 16HH TERANABA FOA FREE RETURN CONDITIONS APPLY CONTACT PATINACK TODAY TO DISCUSS YOUR BREEDING REQUIREMENTS nominations patinackfarm.com www.patinackfarm.com