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Daily News | 24th April 2019

  • NEW Transact Wins Listed VRC St Leger

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    J: L Currie
    T: G Waterhouse & A Bott
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Dundeel
    D: Rap Tale
    J: Jamie Kah
    T: James Cummings
    W: 55 kgs
    S: Epaulette
    D: Pouter
    J: A Mallyon
    T: Symon Wilde
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Americain
    D: Manhattan Treasure
    J: Craig Williams
    T: R E Laing
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Fiorente
    D: Signoret
    • Track: Flemington
    • Race: $200,000 Listed VRC St Leger (2800m)
    • Winner: 3YO gelding Transact (Dundeel-Rap Tale, by Tale Of The Cat)
    • Placings: 3YO filly Rock Dove & 3YO gelding American In Paris
    • Winning Sire: Dundeel (High Chaparral-Stareel, by Zabeel) Stud Farm: Arrowfield Stud
    • Trainer: G Waterhouse & A Bott Jockey: L Currie
    • Race record: 3 wins and 3 placings from 11 starts for $212,240 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $220,000 yearling at the 2017 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale Vendor: Burnewang North Pastoral
  • NEW Chaillot Wins Listed Anzac Day Stakes

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    J: Craig Williams
    T: Archie Alexander
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Testa Rossa
    D: Mary Of Modena
    J: Jamie Kah
    T: Matthew Cumani
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: Dundeel
    D: Statuette
    J: Clayton Douglas
    T: Anthony Freedman
    W: 59 kgs
    S: Dundeel
    D: Salutations
    J: Jye Mc Neil
    T: C Maher & D Eustace
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Charm Spirit
    D: Lady Kipling
    • Track: Flemington
    • Race: $140,000 Listed Anzac Day Stakes (1400m)
    • Winner: 2YO filly Chaillot (Testa Rossa-Mary Of Modena, by Encosta De Lago)
    • Placings: 2YO filly Deserved & 2YO colt Super Seth
    • Winning Sire: Testa Rossa (Perugino-Bo Dapper, by Sir Dapper) Stud Farm: Vinery Stud
    • Trainer: Archie Alexander Jockey: Craig Williams
    • Race record: 2 wins from 2 starts for $103,250 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $25,000 yearling at the 2018 Magic Millions Adelaide Sale Vendor: Baramul Stud
  • NEW Rock On Wood Wins Listed Anzac Mile

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    J: R T Elliot
    T: Ms L Elliot
    W: 53 kgs
    S: Redwood
    D: Rock On Rye
    J: J Parkes
    T: M K Oulaghan
    W: 60 kgs
    S: Per Incanto
    D: Ages Past
    J: J J Fawcett
    T: R R Manning
    W: 53 kgs
    S: Per Incanto
    D: Lutine Belle
    J: R J Myers
    T: Ms S Kay
    W: 56.5 kgs
    S: Per Incanto
    D: Our Shiraz
    • Track: Awapuni
    • Race: $50,000 Handicap Manawatu Itm Anzac Mile (1600m)
    • Winner: 4YO gelding Rock On Wood (Redwood-Rock On Rye, by Catcher In The Rye)
    • Placings: 6YO gelding Shadows Cast & 6YO gelding Cutting Up Rough
    • Winning Sire: Redwood (High Chaparral-Arum Lily, by Woodman) Stud Farm: Westbury Stud
    • Trainer: Ms L Elliot Jockey: R T Elliot
    • Race record: 5 wins and a placing from 9 starts for $97,875 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $26,000 yearling at the 2016 NZN NYSS Vendor: Long Acres Stud
  • NEW 60 Select Broodmares For Chairman’s Sale

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    The Inglis Chairman’s Sale catalogue has been finalised, with seven quality wildcard entries joining the world class collection of broodmares to be offered. Next Friday night’s Chairman’s Sale – which will see 60 select broodmares, stallion shares and breeding rights offered - headlines a big four days of breeding stock sales at Riverside, which also includes the Australian Broodmare and Weanling Sale. Fast Fleet, the dam of champion sprinter Santa Ana Lane, and Maastricht – the dam of multiple Gr1-placed 2YO Loving Gaby - headline the Chairman’s wildcard entries. The other wildcards are Sensibility (Gr1-placed Redoute’s Choice mare in foal to I Am Invincible), Acquired (dam of the Stakes-placed pair Acqume and Invictus Salute, in foal to Not A Single Doubt), Symi (sister to Gr1-winning 2YO Catchy), My Maggie (two-time winning daughter of I Am Invincible, in foal to Zoustar) and Luskintyre Lass (Group-placed daughter of Champion sire Snitzel). The main Chairman’s catalogue of 53 is filled with star mares including the likes of Gr1 Thousand Guineas winner Aloisia, dual Gr1 winner Srikandi in foal to American Pharoah, Gr2-winning and Gr1-placed sprinter Snitty Kitty, Champion 3YO Filly of her generation Norzita in foal to Snitzel, Pasadena Girl – the only Gr1-winning 2YO filly by Savabeel in foal to Sebring, Now Now – the dam of Gr2-winning, Gr1-placed millionaire Fiesta in foal to Pierro, and Dashoff, dam of multiple Group-winning, Gr1-placed race mare Spright, in foal to I Am Invincible among others. Inspections for the Chairman’s Sale mares begin at Riverside from this coming Tuesday, April 30.


    Gr1 Crown Oaks heroine Aloisia (pic: inglis.com.au)
  • NEW Spendthrift Aust Joins Forces With Trainer Connections

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    In a progessive move, Spendthrift Australia has announced it has formed a relationship with Trainer Connections Pty Ltd (Trainer Connections) and will offer a complementary ASIC regulated Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) for any foal by a Spendthrift stallion to be syndicated by a trainer. Trainer Connections (www.trainerconnections.com.au) is the holder of an Australian Financial Services Licence. The company has met the criteria required to obtain a licence through the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) after passing the stringent conditions imposed on companies who apply. One of the benefits offered by Trainer Connections to Trainers is the ability to use this licence to advertise horses that the Trainer would like to syndicate, without contravening regulatory restrictions placed on advertising by State Racing Controlling Bodies. Trainer Connections has available a legally prepared Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) which is made available to its Trainers in order for them to go to the marketplace and publically advertise shares in their horse. This service is provided free of charge to Trainers, saving them up to $3,000 in the cost of having a PDS prepared. In addition, Trainer Connections will work with the Trainer to sell shares, register the syndicate and ensure that the requirements of the Governing Racing Body in each State are adhered to. Trainer Connections can also manage the monthly financial affairs of the syndicate on the Trainer’s behalf at no cost to the Trainer. “Spendthrift is aware of the challenge to trainers when it comes to syndicating horses. It believes that this unique relationship with Trainer Connections is a way of giving back to those trainers who support Spendthrift stallions,” said Garry Cuddy, General Manager of Spendthrift Australia. “We are a company that strives to give back to our supporters where we can and this opportunity is something that is a step in the right direction.”
  • NEW Three New Stallions Complete 2019 Aquis Roster

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    Following the announcement of Acclamation’s Gr1 Prix de la Foret winner Aclaim (GB) joining Aquis Farm for 2019, the Fung family is extremely proud to highlight another two outstanding stallions who will form part of one of Australia’s most exciting stallion rosters for the upcoming breeding season. Impressive, dual Gr1-winning sprinter Brave Smash (JPN) and I Am Invincible’s Gr2 Skyline Stakes-winning son Santos to complete a 13 stallion roster, “all of which have been specifically selected for their combination of speed and precocity, key attributes which suit the Australasian market.” Aquis Group CEO Shane McGrath said, “In consultation with breeders, we have selected three new stallions for 2019 who we feel meet the stringent criteria breeders look for in Australia - exceptional ability, juvenile precocity and speed.” Aquis Farm’s, GST inclusive 2019 roster comprises: 

    Hunter Valley, NSW

    • Invader - $27,500
    • Brave Smash NEW - $22,000
    • Divine Prophet - $22,000
    • Santos NEW - $16,500
    • Spieth - $16,500
    • Jukebox - $11,000

    Canungra, Qld

  • Vinery Young Guns Set Breeding Season Tone

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    Vinery has announced its 2019 stallion service fees ahead of a breakthrough season for exciting young sires Press Statement and Headwater. The duo’s first yearlings were very popular at the sales, and they will step out in the spring for Australia’s leading stables. A Press Statement filly made $340,000 on the Gold Coast and a colt $270,000 at Sydney Classic that will be trained by Chris Waller. “Press Statement was a genuine Gr1 horse and the feedback from the breakers has been very positive,” Vinery General Manager Peter Orton said this week. “They’re tough and they’re athletes.” Press Statement (Hinchinbrook) was the only colt of his generation to win at Gr1 level as a 2YO and 3YO. Waller rated him a superstar and a better 2YO than Zoustar & Brazen Beau! Headwater began his stud career with a ‘speed on speed’ label and his first crop are in the fast-lane for precocity and good looks. He topped first-crop turnover at the Inglis Classic and among that draft was a $140,000 colt purchased by Mick Price. Headwater has a potent pedigree combining Champion sire Exceed And Excel and Oakleigh Plate Gr1 winner River Dove. He won the Silver Slipper Stakes Gr2 before returning at three to defeat older horses in the Kensington Stakes LR down the straight at Flemington. A season behind is ultra consistent Gr1 sprinter Star Turn (Star Witness) whose first foals are catalogued for the Inglis Australian Weanling Sale and Magic Millions National Sale in May and the Vinery team have been fielding rave reports from around the country. “Breeders are coming back after seeing his foals,” Orton said. “He’s stamping them, alright. They’re beasts. He’s a great outcross with just one strain of Danehill back four generations. He’s been booked out in his first two years here and his fee remains the same in 2019.” The Vinery roster and fees are:
  • All Too Hard Heads Vinery 2019 Roster

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    Meanwhile, impecabbly bred and performed stallion All Too Hard is already embedded in the Hunter Valley with just three crops racing and leads the Vinery roster in 2019. It’s part of a seamless changing of the guard following the farewell of More Than Ready to Kentucky and the retirements of Testa Rossa and Mossman. “Trainers love All Too Hard. They win every day,” Orton said after watching his latest crop average $250,000 at the Inglis Easter Sale. “And breeders will continue to support him when he gets yearlings of that calibre.” All Too Hard is a Top 10 Australian stallion for winners (87) and wins (137) this season with just three crops racing. There have been 13 stakes-performers from his first crop headed by Gr2 winners Villermont (Sandown Guineas) and Demonetization (NZ Great Northern Guineas). Stan Fox Stakes Gr2 winner Tarka, the only horse to defeat The Autumn Sun, is the leader of his second crop. Casino Prince and Pluck (USA) round out the Vinery roster and they represent huge value for owner-breeders off bargain service fees. Casino Prince has sired over 100 individual winners for the last three seasons and is on track to make it four in 2018-19 and he also boasts a huge winners to runners strike rate of over 67%. His 3YO filly Baccarat Baby is also on track for the Gr1 Queensland Oaks on May 25. Pluck is the only son of Vinery legend More Than Ready available to breeders in the Hunter Valley this year and his 3YO filly Lady Pluck holds a nomination for Adelaide’s Gr1 Robert Sangster Stakes in May.


    Villermont (pic: vinery.com.au)
  • Melbourne Gold Inspections Begin Today

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    All is in readiness for Sunday’s Melbourne Gold Yearling Sale, for which inspections begin today. A total of 261 yearlings – 241 in the main catalogue and 20 supplementary entries – will be offered for the sale, which has produced some outstanding results in recent years including the likes of Gr1 winner Malaguerra (cost $32k, has won $1.9m), Gr1-placed I’ll Have A Bit (cost $48k, won $676k), Lyuba (cost $2k, has won $445k), Sirbible (cost $3.5k, won $326k) and Desert Lashes (cost $3k, has won $370k). Three farms – Stockwell Thoroughbreds, Stonehouse Thoroughbreds and Sunhill Bloodstock – will be open for parades from midday today, Wednesday April 24. The majority of drafts will be available for inspection from Thursday, while all offerings will be parading by Friday morning. To view the full parade schedule, CLICK HERE. Yearlings by the likes of Written Tycoon, Exceed and Excel, Zoustar, So You Think, Dundeel, Deep Field, Fiorente and Rubick headline this year’s catalogue. The sale begins at Oaklands Junction at 10am Sunday. To view the Melbourne Gold catalogue - which includes 137 Super VOBIS-nominated yearlings and 105 BOBS eligible youngsters - CLICK HERE.


    Melbourne Gold graduate Malaguerra (pic: Steve Hart)
  • Reloaded Ready To Fire On Debut

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    Anzac Day racing at Royal Randwick two years ago saw the debut of Chris Waller’s now retired, five-time Gr1 winner The Autumn Sun, and in the equivalent 2YO colts and geldings race this year, Waller will saddle up debut runner Reloaded, and like The Autumn Sun, also a graduate of Arrowfield Stud. Purchased for $350,000 from the 2018 Magic Millions Yearling Sale by agent Guy Mulcaster and the Harras Syndicate, the son of Champion Sire Snitzel is out of the Gr1 VRC Oaks and Gr1 Arrowfield Stud Stakes winner Hollow Bullet (Tayasu Tsuyoshi), whose five foals to race have resulted in four winners. Raced by a large group of owners including Magic Bloodstock Racing, Werrett Bloodstock Pty Ltd, Phoenix Thoroughbreds, Vinery Stud and Glenlogan Park, Reloaded has performed very well in his three trials to date, most recently finishing second, beaten a length and a quarter behind fellow Snitzel colt Ziedrich, an original acceptor for Thursday’s race who has since been withdrawn. Currently one of the favoured runners, the hardest to beat on form looks to be Gary Portelli’s Disruptor (Dissident), second on debut in October behind eventual dual Gr2 Anaheed (Fastnet Rock), who has since followed it up with two very encouraging April barrier trial performances.

  • NZB South Island Sale Pedigree Updates

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    Eleven lots in the NZB South Island Sale have had significant pedigree updates recently, including Lot 5, a Zacinto colt from a half-sister to NZB Southern Filly of the Year series winner Emily Margaret (Pins). Dual Gr1 winner Madison County (Pins) has a three-quarter sister, Lot 22, in the NZB South Island Sale, and since the catalogue went to print, he has placed in the Gr1 Australian Derby and Gr2 Tulloch Stakes.  Gr1 placed this season, Princess Kereru (Pins) is closely related to both Lot 1 and Lot 20, while Gr3 winner Secret Allure is related to Lot 23. Lot 53 shares a sire and family with stakes horse Ranger (Ghibellines), while Cavallo Veloce added his third stakes placing to his record two weekends ago, an upgrade for Lot 28. Other catalogued lots with pedigree updates include Lot 16, Lot 32, Lot 52, and Lot 57. The NZB South Island Sale will be held at the Canterbury Agricultural Park in Christchurch on Monday 29 April, commencing from Lot 1 at 11am.
  • £1 million For Gene Manipulation Investigation

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    The Racing Post has reported that the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has committed to spend an initial £1 million to investigate the ways in which the racing industry can combat the potentially devastating issue of gene doping and manipulation. As revealed at the Partnership for Clean Competition conference in London, an initial study will be undertaken by the LGC laboratory in Newmarket which will consider a multitude of potential applications of gene manipulation, including attempts to improve performance, change breeding outcomes and speed recovery from raceday effort and injury. Dr Kunichi Kasano, the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities' gene doping sub-committee chair, iterated at the 2018 conference in Paris the significant threat that gene manipulation poses to the racing industry, warning that it would "endanger the integrity of the sport and wagering, and will risk creating genetically modified thoroughbreds." The outcome of the study will be eagerly anticipated by the industry as a whole.
  • Thursday Debut For $1.05m Yearling Purchase Akari

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    Owners Damion Flower and Neil Werrett are set to unleash $1,050,000 filly Akari on Thursday at Royal Randwick's Anzac Day meeting. Purchased from the draft of Arrowfield Stud at the 2018 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale, the daughter of Champion Sire Snitzel, who has recently had his 2019 service fee announced as $220,000 (inc. GST), is the third foal to race out of the Japanese-bred Neo Universe mare Asterix, herself a half-sister to the dam of Arrowfield Stud stallion and dual Gr1 winner Mikki Isle (Deep Impact). The dam of Kurofone's Gr1 Tokyo NHK Mile Cup winner Aerolithe and the Chris Waller-trained, Yatsumi Yoshida-raced Achondrite (Lord Kanaloa), Asterix's current yearling, a colt by Redoute's Choice was also purchased by Yoshida, knocked down for $400,000 at this year's Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale. The mare has since produced another filly by Snitzel before being exported back to Japan. Purchased by Flower's Jadeskye Racing, trainer Brad Widdup and Bloodstock agent Andrew Williams, Akari, who will wear the Anzac Day silks, has been race readied by two barrier trials, with jockey Sam Clipperton set to ride the bay filly on debut.


    Akari as a yearling (pic: inglis.com.au)
  • Talented Jockey On The Cusp Of Return

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    Gr1 winning New Zealand jockey Danielle Johnson is eagerly awaiting her return to race riding next season, and has been medically cleared to ride in trials, as reported by the NZ Racing Desk. The talented young jockey has endured a five-month enforced layoff as a result of badly fracturing her collar bone in a nasty fall at Ruakaka in November. "I still have a plate and six screws in my collar bone and they're coming out on July 23rd." Johnson said. "I couldn't move my collar bone at all for a long time and it's still a bit weak so it's going to take a while to get my full strength back." Despite appreciating a rare summer off, it was through gritted teeth that Johnson watched the premier New Zealand racing events over the Christmas and New Year carnival, "[The carnival] is what we strive for as jockeys and watching the horses that I would usually ride win was tough." The 28 year old has four Gr1 victories to her name, including being the first female jockey to win the Gr1 Karaka Million (1200m), and the industry collectively will be anticipating her return to the saddle.
  • Horse Racing Novel Merindah Park Released

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    Breeding&Racing contributor Renee Geelen has an alter-ego, Renee Dahlia. Her brand new rural romance series set around an emerging racehorse stud in Victoria, Australia, and the family desperately trying to make their racing dreams come true, was released this week. John travels to Japan to buy a stallion for his farm, Merindah Park, and meets a veterinarian, Toshiko, who travels to Australia with the horses. There are themes of gambling addiction, and a nod to big punter Eric Connolly. Buy it HERE:
  • Press Statement Filly To Sell In SAf Sale

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    Bloodstock South Africa's National Yearling Sale commences on Wednesday and within the 565-strong catalogue, there is a lone offering of an Australian-bred filly by Vinery Stud's dual Gr1 winner Press Statement (Hinchinbrook). Upon inspection of the pedigree of the filly who will sell as Lot 362, from the draft of Hemel 'N Aarde Stud, it is immediately apparent why the filly was initially purchased from Australia and sent to South Africa to be on-sold as a yearling. Purchased as a weanling from the Bhima Thoroughbreds draft at the 2018 Magic Millions National Weanling Sale for just $12,000, the Kia Ora Stud-bred filly is a daughter of the unraced Galileo mare Gayika, herself a full-sister to South Africa's Champion, Horse of the Year and multiple Gr1 winner Igugu, who was also bred by Kia Ora Stud before being sold to South Africa connections. A half-brother to the recently deceased Tarka (All Too Hard), successful in the Gr2 Stan Fox Stakes where he became the only ever horse to defeat the now retired five-time Gr1 winner The Autumn Sun, the Press Statement filly is also the family of the dual Gr3-winning, Gr1 placed Honorius (Holy Roman Emperor) and the Listed winner Ngaga (Fastnet Rock).

    Gayika filly

    Gayika's daughter is catalogued for SAf's National Yearling Sale
  • Warrior Could Be New Sacred Kingdom

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    Wildly promising Hong Kong sprinter Voyage Warrior (Declaration Of War-Chaleur, by Stravinsky) won so convincingly on Easter Monday in the Class 3 Hong Kong Lions Cup (1000m) at Sha Tin that trainer Ricky Yiu Poon-fai was forced to concede that a comparison could be drawn between him and his former champion sprinter and multiple Gr1 wining gelding Sacred Kingdom (Encosta De Lago-Courtroom Sweetie, by Zeditave). Reticent after his first victory, Yiu couldn't deny the promise the 3YO showed in his second. "It's very exciting. This is the run that actually draws comparisons to Sacred Kingdom," Yiu told HKRacing.com. "The first time out when he won easy it was too early to tell, but I can say that now." The gelding was sensational in winning on Monday; in what was a seemingly pressure free ride from jockey Karin Teetan, the 3yo managed to hit the line in an astounding 54.89 seconds - just 0.19s outside Sacred Kingdom's 2007 track record. "We were all sitting in the trainers' room and when the time came up we all went 'wow'… it surprised everyone. It was a tremendous performance," Yiu said. "It's all natural ability. He doesn't really know what's going on yet. His turn of foot is really something."
  • Pierro Edges Back Into Sires Table Top 10

    Wednesday, 24th April 2019
    After 38 weeks of the 2018-19 racing season, Arrowfield Stud's record-breaking two-time Champion Australian Sire Snitzel retains his big lead of more than $6 million over Yarraman Park's I Am Invincible who has surpassed $14 million in progeny earnings. In third position, on over $13 million, is Darley's deceased shuttler & Gr1 Dubai World Cup winner Street Cry. Creeping back into the main leaderboard this week is Pierro. According to arion.co.nz, the Top 10 ranked stallions in Australia (as of 23 April) are:
    1. Snitzel (Redoute's Choice) - $20,690,564
    2. I Am Invincible (Invincible Spirit) - $14,109,688
    3. Street Cry (Machiavellian) - $13,396,742
    4. Fastnet Rock (Danehill) - $9,740,685
    5. Not a Single Doubt (Redoute's Choice) - $8,632,308
    6. Sebring (More Than Ready) - $8,261,750
    7. Redoute's Choice (Danehill) - $8,239,813
    8. High Chaparral (Sadler's Wells) - $7,779,923
    9. Lonhro (Octagonal) - $7,617,192
    10. Pierro (Lonhro) - $7,513,675

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