Coolmore Australia Brochure 2019

A U S T R A L I A New for 2019


I would like to thank all our clients and friends for their continued support over the last 12 months. Your success on the track and in the sales ring gives us great satisfaction. In 2019 we offer the finest line-up of stallions ever assembled at Coolmore Australia with an outstanding mix of proven sires, the best young colonial sire prospects and a select group of international superstars. It is an honour to stand two US Triple Crown winners in the Hunter Valley. Justify, the only Triple Crown winner ever to retire unbeaten, will stand alongside American Pharoah, who has already enjoyed an excellent start with his first two-year-olds in Europe and America. We are also delighted to offer the unbeaten Group 1 winning two-year-old and Guineas winning three-year-old Saxon Warrior and the incredibly exciting Mendelssohn, who has everything we look for in a stallion prospect. Once again, Fastnet Rock has enjoyed tremendous success both in the sales ring and on the track this season. He is undoubtedly one of the most influential sires in recent times and in his son Merchant Navy we believe we have his heir apparent. He covered an outstanding book of mares in his first season and was supported by some of Australasia’s best breeders, giving him every chance of sire success. We very much look forward to seeing his first foals this spring. Given the dominance of Danehill and his sons over the last two decades in Australia, it is extremely satisfying to have two proven outcross options in Pierro and So You Think who have already worked incredibly well with Danehill-line mares in Australia. In order to offer

breeders more high-quality outcross options we will stand three of the best sons of the late, great Scat Daddy at Coolmore Australia in 2019. Standing alongside the aforementioned Justify and Mendelssohn will be one of the most exciting young sires in the world in No Nay Never. The record-breaking achievements of the incredible Winx have been a source of great pride for the farm over the past four years. She has given so much joy to her owners and the Australian public and we are delighted to have been a part of her story which will live on forever. She is one of 12 Gr.1 winning graduates of Coolmore since the start of 2017, alongside the likes of Angel Of Truth, Oohood, Unforgotten, Comin’ Through and Avantage. This continued success is as a direct result of the quality of our pastures here in Jerrys Plains, as well as our dedicated and experienced staff who ensure that all horses are given the best possible care. As we look towards the 2019 breeding season, on behalf of the whole team I wish you all continued success with your racing and breeding and hope that we can assist in these endeavours.

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Chief Financial Officer

Stud Management

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Business Manager

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Baffert believes Justify, Pharoah will thrive in Australia

Bill Finley , 16th April 2019

...Baffert said that both Justify and American Pharoah have all the tools to become top stallions. And, though neither one ran on the grass, he believes their offspring will handle that surface without any problems. Baffert describes Justify as the type of horse you rarely see, in that he was absolutely the perfect horse, that there was not one box that was not checked off. “With Justify, his body, the way he was built, if he were a body builder, he would have been Mr. Universe,” the

Hall of Fame trainer said. “He could do it all. Justify, it’s very rare to see a horse like him. He was perfect.” His jockey, Mike Smith, concurs: “He certainly has the pedigree to be a great stallion,” Smith said. “He had everything it takes that you want to see in a horse that’s going to be a stallion. He was naturally quick with a very high cruising speed. Has a lot of stamina. Has the looks to go along with it, not to mention the athleticism and balance that he had “ When a U.S. campaigned dirt horse

goes over to Australia as a shuttle sire, there’s always the question of whether or not their progeny will take to the turf. With Justify, that probably won’t be a problem because his sire, Scat Daddy, is renowned for his ability to produce top turf horses. Baffert said when he first looked at Justify’s pedigree he thought he had a turf sprinter on his hands. He was not a sprinter and he was untested on the turf, but Baffert believes he would have thrived on that surface. He could not take him to Royal Ascot because the races there conflicted with the


American Triple Crown, but he wishes he had had the chance. “I would have loved to take him over there for the race they have for 3-year- olds, (the G1 St. James’s Palace Stakes),” Baffert said. “He would have smoked them. When they’re that great they can run on anything. When he gets to Australia and they look at him they are going to go ‘wow’. He’s always had the wow factor.” While both great horses, American Pharoah and Justify were not the same physically, Baffert said. “They’re actually two different types of horses,” he said. “Pharoah was more of a leaner horse. He could get over the ground. Justify was a big strong heavy horse. He weighed 1,300 pounds. But both had the trait where there was

mechanics, he just glided over the track. You watch him breeze, his mechanics were beautiful. He would just skip over the ground and that tells me he could have run on the grass.” The results will be in on American Pharoah first as his horses bred in the Northern Hemisphere are now 2-year- olds and he’s already had his first winner. Monarch of Egypt (USA) won on April 13 at Naas in Ireland for the co- owners Coolmore and Peter Brant. The race was, of course, on the turf. From what U.S. horsemen have seen so far from American Pharoah’s first crop, most think he has all the attributes to be exceptional stallion. The consensus is that, as 2-year-olds, they will come out relatively early but will reach their peak in the Autumn of their juvenile season.

When he gets to Australia and they look at him they are going to go ‘wow’. He’s always had the wow factor. - Bob Baffert

something dominant about them. If another horse tried to run with them they would just shake them off.” American Pharoah may not have as much grass in his pedigree as Justify does, but Baffert doesn’t see that as a problem. “I think Pharoah could have been a grass horse too,” he said. “His



It’s this simple, we only stand world-class stallions or world-class prospects. Page Stallion Sire 2019 Fee $ 8 ADELAIDE Galileo 11,000 10 AMERICAN PHAROAH Pioneerof The Nile 66,000 14 CHOISIR Danehill Dancer 27,500 16 CHURCHILL Galileo 22,000 20 FASTNET ROCK Danehill 165,000 26 JUSTIFY Scat Daddy Private 32 MENDELSSOHN Scat Daddy 17,600 36 MERCHANT NAVY Fastnet Rock 55,000 40 NO NAY NEVER Scat Daddy 44,000 48 PIERRO Lonhro 88,000 52 PRIDE OF DUBAI Street Cry 38,500 56 RUBICK Encosta De Lago 38,500 64 SAXON WARRIOR Deep Impact 24,750 68 SO YOU THINK High Chaparral 38,500 72 VANCOUVER Medaglia d’Oro 44,000

All fees include GST

Scat Daddy’s best son, the unbeaten Justify , won 4 consecutive Gr.1 races becoming a Triple Crown winner in the process.


Global icons . Australia has a rich history of producing sporting greats known around the world such as cricketer Don Bradman , tennis ace Rod Laver , swimming sensation Ian Thorpe and more recently the record-breaking Winx . 2019 sees two global icons, the U.S. Triple Crown winners American Pharoah and Justify , visit Australia. It’s a unique opportunity for breeders to access the two best young sire prospects on the planet .





Adelaide Won from 1600m. to 2040m. | Height 15.3

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It was an exceptional effort which must rank him with the very best winners of this race

1 st MVRC Cox Plate-Gr.1 , 2040m., Moonee Valley, in a very fast time of 2.03.76, defeating 10 Gr.1 winners including Silent Achiever, Criterion, Fawkner, Wandjina, Sacred Falls, Happy Trails, Side Glance and Foreteller. 1 st Secretariat Stakes-Gr.1, 2000m., Arlington, by 1½ lengths from dual Gr.1 winner Tourist on a firm turf track. 1 st Gallinule Stakes-Gr.3 , 2000m., Curragh, by 3 lengths.

TIMEFORM RATED 128 after the Cox Plate-Gr.1

UNBEATEN AT 2 YEARS 1 st Maiden, 1600m., Leopardstown, by 2½ lengths beating subsequent Gr.1 winner Fascinating Rock.


Most recent Cox Plate winning colts Horse Weight Time Year 2019 Fee Adelaide 56 kg 2.03.76 2014 $11,000 So You Think 49.5 kg 2.03.98 2009 $38,500 Ocean Park 57.5 kg 2.04.14 2012 NZ $16,500 Shamus Award 49.5 kg 2.05.27 2013 $11,000 Octagonal 48.5 kg 2.06.38 1995 - Savabeel 48.5 kg 2.06.88 2004 P RIVATE

Gary Crispe of Timeform, after the C ox Plate-Gr.1 Adelaide’s last to first performance going around every other runner in the race was extraordinary “ “

Watch out for his unraced first-crop 3YO’s next season with: Chris Waller , David & Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig , Leon MacDonald & Andrew Gluyas , Kris Lees , Gerald Ryan , Matthew Smith etc.

❝ We have two Adelaide colts and they have both shown above average ability. Chevychaser is a particularly exciting proposition heading into his spring 3yo campaign. He has loads of scope,

is sharp and has the action to suggest he will get a Derby trip. I like him a lot ~ David Eustace , trainer

A top-class son of GALILEO , the best sire in the world with 76 individual Gr.1 winners. 14 sons of GALILEO have already sired Gr.1 winners. Gr.1 winners in Australia/New Zealand from the GALILEO sire line in the last few seasons include Kermadec , Happy Clapper , Palentino , Humidor , Seville , The United States , Foundry , May’s Dream , Sonntag , Cross Counter etc. Out of the very fast 2yo ELLETELLE , won the Queen Mary S.-Gr.2 over 1000m at Royal Ascot.

“I thought enough of Pair Of Heels to step her out in the city on debut. She has shown good ability on the track and I am looking forward to seeing her

as a 3yo. She is a natural athlete and has made nice progression.” John Sargent , trainer


‘Destined for stardom as a sire’ “Rated head of the World Thoroughbred Rankings in 2015, American Pharoah (USA) is destined for stardom as a sire… How good was American Pharoah ? I suggest he is one of the greatest performers since champions Native Dancer, Swaps, Seattle Slew and Secretariat, and we are indeed lucky he was made available to horse breeders in this country. America’s Triple Crown winner is a handsome bay horse standing just over 16.1 hands. With sound conformation and clean airflow, American Pharoah is likely to have a large heart, seeing he is quite deep in his girth. His first yearlings, sold at auction in North America, were outstanding types” Pedigree Analysis by Ken McLean, , April 2019

Champion 2YO, Triple Crown winner and the highest-rated horse at stud in Australia



American Pharoah Won from 1400m. to 2400m. | Height 16.1½

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The most exciting stud horse ever sent to Australia The Australian , 5th March 2017 “

1 st Breeders’ Cup Classic-Gr.1 , 2000m., Keeneland by 6½ lengths . All of his opposition were Gr.1 winners. 1 st Haskell Invitational-Gr.1 , 1800m., Monmouth Park by 2¼ lengths . 1 st Belmont Stakes-Gr.1 , 2400m., Belmont Park by 5½ lengths . 1 st Preakness Stakes-Gr.1 , 1900m., Pimlico by 7 lengths . 1 st Kentucky Derby-Gr.1 , 2000m., Churchill Downs by a length . 1 st Arkansas Derby-Gr.1 , 1800m., Oaklawn Park by 8 lengths . 1 st Rebel Stakes-Gr.2 , 1700m., Oaklawn Park by 6¼ lengths . THE FIRST TRIPLE CROWN WINNER IN 37 YEARS 1 st Del Mar Futurity-Gr.1 , 1400m., Del Mar by 4¾ lengths . 1 st FrontRunner Stakes-Gr.1 , 1700m., Santa Anita by 3¼ lengths . ECLIPSE AWARD WINNING CHAMPION 2YO

First USA yearlings made US$2.2m , US$1.6m , US$1.4m , US$1.2m , US$1.2m , US$1m etc.

and his first 2yos in 2019 made US$1.65m , US$1.25m etc.


Two Royal Ascot prospects, from his first three 2YO runners!

MONARCH OF EGYPT was an impressive three-length winner on debut at Naas over 1000m for Aidan O’Brien and is now favourite for the Group 2 Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot

“He’s a lovely straightforward, honest horse who has lots of speed and had been showing us plenty on the gallops at home. We’ll probably give him one more run before Royal Ascot." Aidan O’Brien

“He’s had outstanding works over the Polytrack at Turfway which translates to turf. We’ll run him in the [G2, 1000m] Norfolk at Royal Ascot [June 20] and, hopefully, we can put American Pharoah on the big scale as a sire.” Wesley Ward , TDN, 20 April 2019

MAVEN scored easily on debut at Aqueduct over 900m for Wesley Ward


First in foal mares in Australia sold for $850,000 , $750,000 , $500,000 , $500,000 etc.


Choisir Won from 1000m. to 1200m. | Height 16.0½

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CHOISIR (CH., 1999)




Top-class yearling sale results in 2019: F Fashion $300,000

1 st Golden Jubilee Stakes-Gr.1 , 1200m, Royal Ascot. 1 st VRC Lightning Stakes-Gr.1 , 1000m, Flemington. 1 st King’s Stand Stakes-Gr.2 , 1000m, Royal Ascot. 1 st VRC Emirates Classic-Gr.2 , 1200m, Flemington. 2 nd July Cup-Gr.1 , 1200m, Newmarket. Champion Australian 3yo Colt 1 st STC Skyline Stakes-Gr.3 , 1200m, Canterbury. 1 st AJC Breeders’ Plate-L.R. , 1000m, Warwick Farm. 1 st AJC Inglis Classic , 1200m, Warwick Farm. 2 nd AJC Sires’ Produce Stakes-Gr.1 , 1400m, Randwick. Champion Australian 2yo Colt

John Foote/Gollan Racing $160,000 Darby Racing/De Burgh Equine

F Couredge C Irish Love C Loyal Hero C Gaudeamus F Thebe C Paris Motion F Hades C Passagemaker C Malpara F Fly Me C Cosmic Belle C Tahnee Tango F Bulla Baby C Northwest

$150,000 $150,000

K Goldman

Gollan Racing/John Foote Phillip Stokes/Worldwide BS

C Hidden Message $150,000 C Absolute Pleasure $150,000

$150,000 Matthew Dunn/Neil Jenkinson $150,000 Kennewell Racing/Group One BS Thomas Li Wexford Stables Rapid Equine Breeding John Foote Bloodstock Henry Dwyer Racing Bennett Racing/Malua Racing $125,000 China Horse Club/Newgate BS

$140,000 $140,000 $120,000 $120,000 $105,000 $102,000 $100,000

F Love and Emotion $115,000

95 SWs worldwide

Neerim Lodge Baystone Farm

$100,000 2K Tbreds/Anthony Cummings

W Tang


TOP SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE- BRED PERFORMERS: Gr.1 winners STARSPANGLEDBANNER (Made of Gold, Vain) DIVINE PROPHET (Encosta de Lago, Centaine) JAPONISME (Encosta de Lago, Sir Tristram) SACRED CHOICE (Sir Tristram, Motavato) HISTORIAN (Marauding, Zeditave) CHOICE BRO (Palace Music, Godswalk) KUSHADASI (Carnegie, Grosvenor) THE MISSION (Redoute's Choice, More Than Ready) LUGER (Danzero, Mi Preferido) Gr.2 winners MUSIC BAY (Kaapstad, Nassipour)) SIR MOMENTS (Zabeel, Covetous) CHAMPAGNE HARMONY (Zabeel, L'Enjoleur) HURRIED CHOICE (Catrail, Sir Tristram) DREAMSCAPE (Ferdinand, Sir Ivor) CELTIC DANCER (Kala Dancer, Swiftly Morgan) GOLD WATER (Devil's Bag, Nijinsky) INCUMBENT (Rubiton, Voodoo Rhythm) Gr.3 winners I AM SERIOUS (Bianconi, Al Hareb) PROISIR (Encosta de Lago, Centaine) DEFCON (Encosta de Lago, Geiger Counter) ELOPING (Rory's Jester, Semipalatinsk) ROCKSHAFT (Rory's Jester, Forest Glow) PSYCHOLOGIST (Danzero, Mi Preferido) WORTHY CAUSE (Grand Lodge, Lake Coniston) BIG MONEY (Humam, New Regent) WOULDNT IT BE NICE (Tactical Cat, Mt. Livermore) DIAMOND EARTH (Strategic, Polish Patriot) SETSUNA (Lujain, Omnicorp) UXORIOUS (Keltrice, Rancho Ruler) TAKING AIM (Hussonet, Snippets) CUTE EMILY (Mi Preferido, Harrisand) KASABIAN (Air de France, Auk) WHATEVERWHENEVER (Royal Academy, Sackford) ROYALSECURITYBABY (Citidancer, Marscay)

The Phillip Stokes trained MUSIC BAY (3f), whose three wins included the SAJC Queen of South Stakes-Gr.2 at Morphettville on 4th May for her owner/breeder Dr A. T. Jackson

Richard Pegum , breeder of Gr.1-winning colt The Mission .

THE MISSION defeats Gr.1 winner Invader by 2¼ lengths in the 2017 ATC Champagne Stakes-Gr.1

GR.1 WINNERS... as a sire, sire of sires and broodmare sire.

MA CHOIX (Montjeu, Star Way) WOWEE (Zabeel, Sadler's Wells) TWITCHY FRANK (Lonhro, Danehill)

Ian Smith of Edinburgh Park, breeder of 2019 Stakes winning 2yo Lady Naturaliste (won SAJC Cinderella Stakes-L. at Morphettville)


The most precocious son of GALILEO. He was a dual Group One-winning champion at 2 and a dual Guineas winning miler at 3. He’s by the best sire in the world, he’s a full- brother to a Group One-winning champion 2yo over 1200m and his grandam was a Group One-winning Champion 2yo over 1200m. In other words, he was bred to be classy and fast. And that’s exactly what he was.

2017 2,000 Guineas-Gr.1, Newmarket, 1600m

1 st CHURCHILL 2 nd Barney Roy (won St James’s Palace Stakes- Gr.1 ) 3 rd Al Wukair (won Prix Jacques le Marois- Gr.1 ) 4 th Lancaster Bomber (won Tattersalls Gold Cup- Gr.1 ) 5 th Dream Castle (won Jebel Hatta- Gr.1 ) 6 th He's Eminent (Gr.2 winner, 2nd Ranvet Stakes- Gr.1 )

Churchill Churchill sprints clear to win the 2,000 Guineas-Gr.1 at Newmarket from a host of top-class horses



Churchill Won from 1400m. to 1600m. | Height 16.2

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The Sunday Telegraph , 7th May 2017, after the 2,000 Guineas-Gr.1 A deep-chested, imposing colt who, on looks at any rate, is built for speed rather than distance “ “ 7 consecutive Stakes wins including 4 Gr.1 wins at 2 & 3 years


1 st Dewhurst Stakes-Gr.1 , 1400m, Newmarket by 1¼ lengths 1 st National Stakes-Gr.1 , 1400m, Curragh by 4¼ lengths 1 st Futurity Stakes-Gr.2 , 1400m, Curragh by 2 lengths

1 st Tyros Stakes-Gr.3 , 1400m, Leopardstown 1 st Chesham Stakes-L. , 1400m, Royal Ascot

1 st 2,000 Guineas-Gr.1 , 1600m, Newmarket from the subsequent Gr.1 winners Barney Roy, Al Wukair, Lancaster Bomber and Dream Castle 1 st Irish 2,000 Guineas-Gr.1 , 1600m, Curragh by 2½ lengths from 2018 and 2019 Dubai World Cup winner Thunder Snow DUAL CLASSIC-WINNING MILER AS A 3YO


Top quality first foals in Europe in 2019 include:

TOP-BREEDERS WITH MARES IN FOAL IN 2018 INCLUDE: Apollo Ng Ashleigh Thoroughbreds Glenn Burrows

Jason Abrahams Robert Crabtree Fergus Doyle Kevin Hickman Ingham Bloodstock John Muir Kia Ora Stud Pty Ltd

Colt ex Muwakaba (by Elusive Quality and out of a half-sister to Urban Sea)

Kirks Bridge Farm Magus Equine Ltd Dennis & Claire O’Brien David Moodie Pencarrow Stud Olly Tait Yulong Investments Bowness Stud Daisy Hill Breeding & Investments Etak Thoroughbreds

Colt ex Irene Watts (Group placed and her first 3 runners are all multiple winners)

Evergreen Farm Goldin Australia Michael Crismale Fairhill Farm

Dewhurst Stakes-Gr.1 2,000 Guineas-Gr.1 in

Won the


Colt ex Frequential (by Dansili and out of a half-sister to Gr.1 winner Anabaa Blue)


faster times than

Churchill conquers Europe as two-year-old Classifications are unveiled Churchill, with a rating of 122, has today been announced as the ninth European champion two-year-old to be trained by Aidan O’Brien in the past 18 years. Mark Bird, Irish Turf Club Handicapper and delegate at the European two-year-old meeting, said: “… the progressive nature of his form allied to his obvious physical scope and impressive pedigree give rise to hope that his early career may be just the launch pad to greater success as a three-year-old. As his namesake once stated, “the price of greatness is responsibility”, so we hope and expect that Churchill will live up to his reputation in 2017”. Source: British Horseracing Authority, 24/1/17

By GALILEO - 14 sons have sired Gr.1 winners including Teofilo, Frankel etc. Full-brother to CLEMMIE - Gr.1 winner over 1200m and European Champion 2YO Filly of 2017. Out of MEOW - runner-up in the Queen Mary Stakes-Gr.2 over 1000m at Royal Ascot as a 2YO. His grandam AIRWAVE is a Gr.1-winning 2yo over 1200m and she is a half-sister to JWALA, a Gr.1 winner over 1000m.


The best in the business!

2 & 3-YEAR-OLD MALES IN AUS/NZ Stallion (YOB) Gr.1 wnrs FASTNET ROCK (2001) 11 Redoute’s Choice (1996) 10 Snitzel (2002) 7 Choisir (1999) 6 Lonhro (1998) 6 More Than Ready (1997) 6 Savabeel (2001) 5 Tavistock (2005) 3 So You Think (2006) 2 Exceed And Excel (2000) 2 Sebring (2005) 2 Not A Single Doubt (2001) 2 Written Tycoon (2002) 2 I Am Invincible (2004) 1 2 & 3-YEAR-OLD FILLIES IN AUS/NZ Stallion (YOB) Gr.1 wnrs FASTNET ROCK (2001) 13 Redoute’s Choice (1996) 13 More Than Ready (1997) 6 Savabeel (2001) 6 So You Think (2006) 3 I Am Invincible (2004) 3 Lonhro (1998) 3 Exceed And Excel (2000) 3 Sebring (2005) 2 Not A Single Doubt (2001) 2 Snitzel (2002) 1 Written Tycoon (2002) 1 Tavistock (2005) 0 Source: Arion Pedigrees, selected sires to 6th April 2019

Multiple Champion sire and a proven Gr.1 sire of sires Fastnet Rock



Fastnet Rock Won from 1000m. to 1200m. | Height 16.1½

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CHAMPION SPRINTER IN AUSTRALIA 1 st Lightning Stks-Gr.1 , 1000m., Flemington. 1 st Oakleigh Plate-Gr.1 , 1100m., Caulfield. 1 st Up And Coming Stks-Gr.2 , 1200m., Warwick Farm. 1 st Linlithgow Stks-Gr.2 , 1200m., Flemington.

Sire of 145 SW’s and progeny earnings of $174m worldwide.

Robert Crabtree , owner of Gr.1 winning Coolmore graduate Catchy

Jane & Chris Barham , breeders of the $2.3m Fastnet Rock colt ex. Legally Bay


Going as strong as ever on the track 16 Southern Hemisphere-bred Group winners including 6 Gr.1 winners since the start of 2018:

MERCHANT NAVY 1 st Royal Ascot Diamond Jubilee S.-Gr.1 1 st Curragh Greenlands S.-Gr.2 SHOALS 1 st SAJC Sangster S.-Gr.1 1 st ATC Surround S.-Gr.1 UNFORGOTTEN 1 st ATC Australian Oaks-Gr.1 1 st NSW Tatt's RC Chelmsford S.-Gr.2 1 st ATC Phar Lap S.-Gr.2 COMIN' THROUGH 1 st BRC Doomben Cup-Gr.1 1 st ATC Ajax S.-Gr.2 1 st NSW Tatt's RC Tramway S.-Gr.2 AVANTAGE 1 st Manawatu Sires Produce S.-Gr.1 1 st Hawkes Bay Gold Trail S.-Gr.3 1 st ATC Birthday Card S.-Gr.3 AGE OF FIRE 1 st WRC Levin Classic-Gr.1

t MERCHANT NAVY a Gr.1 winning sprinter in Australia and at Royal Ascot

The tough and classy UNFORGOTTEN


Sir Owen Glenn owner/breeder at Coolmore of Gr.1 winner Comin’ Through

C Legally Bay $2,300,000 Aquis Farm C Ballet Suite $1,100,000 J. Kelly/R. Inglis/J. McCalmont F Port Augusta $1,000,000 Asian Bloodstock Services C Fastongrass $900,000 Asian Bloodstock Services F Dragon's Tail $900,000 Hermitage Thoroughbreds C Wiener $725,000 Aquis Farms C Smokin' Alice $680,000 China Horse Club/Newgate C Estelle Collection $675,000 The Hong Kong Jockey Club C River Dove $660,000 Phoenix Thoroughbreds F Personify $640,000 Tom Magnier/BBA Ireland F O'Marilyn $600,000 K. Yoshida Going as strong as ever at the sales 52 yearlings sold in 2019 for an average of $400,000 including:

Karen and Willie Calder , breeders at Coolmore of Gr.1 winner Avantage



It’s been more than three years since Scat Daddy (Johannesburg) died, unexpectedly and at the far-too-young age of 11, in December of 2015, but, as we were reminded only this weekend, he continues to be greatly missed. That will likely be the story for a long, long time. Never mind his accomplishments on the racetrack, where he was a G1SW at two and three — Scat Daddy’s most memorable efforts came in his short time in the breeding shed, where he’s responsible for 116 stakes winners from 1,158 registered foals in eight crops (some of which were dual hemisphere). That translates to one in every 10 Scat Daddy foals becoming a black-type stakes winner, and as I noted on Twitter in February when his ratio of stakes winners to foals was at 9.585%, to achieve 10% is a remarkable achievement in modern-day breeding. On April 27th, the opening card of the meet at Churchill Downs, Scat Daddy’s daughter Jo Jo Air became his 116th stakes winner, officially moving him above the 10% mark. She’s his 10th SW from his final crop, and, if he stays true to his one-in-10 ratio, there should be six or seven more SWs to come from these last 3yos, which were conceived at the highest stud fee at which he ever stood: $35,000. (His undefeated Triple Crown winner Justify was bred from Top Daddy

an advertised fee of $30,000). Before his death, the Coolmore stallion was set to cover mares at a $100,000 fee in 2016, and the mind boggles thinking about what he could have achieved with the higher caliber mares synonymous with a six-figure stud breeding fee. Fortunately, with a (likely-to-increase) number of Graded/Group-winning sons left behind, Scat Daddy’s legacy will have every chance to thrive. To say that the early results provided by Irish-based No Nay Never are promising is to sell them short. G1SW No Nay Never was Europe’s leading first-season sire of 2018, with six of his progeny winning black-type races at two. These stakes winners, now numbering eight from his first Northern Hemisphere crop, include Ten Sovereigns, winner of the G1 Middle Park and G3 Round Tower, and Land Force, first in the G2 Richmond. As you might expect, after the heartbreak of losing Scat Daddy just as his star was on the rise, Coolmore invested heavily in his stock, with a monopoly on all five of his Northern Hemisphere G1-winning sons that have retired to stud. Yes, Scat Daddy’s loss was monumental, but there is every reason to believe that his short time with us will be felt for many generations to follow.

Source: Frances J. Karon ,, 29th April 2019

3 sons of Scat Daddy at Coolmore Australia for 2019 JUSTIFY Undefeated Triple Crown winner & Horse of the Year MENDELSSOHN Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf winning half-brother to Into Mischief NO NAY NEVER Europe’s runaway champion first crop sire in 2018 CARAVAGGIO Not returning for 2019 on veterinary advice, but will return to Coolmore Australia in 2020


The only U.S. Triple Crown winner to retire to stud undefeated! a special stallion prospect for a shrinking global marketplace

Sid Fernando , TDN, Sept. 21, 2018

The best son of the sensational sire SCAT DADDY Justify



6 wins by nearly 24 lengths and nearly US $3.8m from 1400m to 2400m , from fast to sloppy tracks.

JUSTIFY could have run on any surface, the great ones bring their track with them. Super great horses go on anything. His athleticism was remarkable. Bob Baffert “ “

Won Kentucky Derby-Gr.1 , Churchill Downs, by 2½ lengths from Good Magic and Audible Won Preakness Stakes-Gr.1 , Pimlico, by ½ length from Bravazo and Tenfold Won Belmont Stakes-Gr.1 , Belmont Park, by 1¾ lengths from Gronkowski and Hofburg Won Santa Anita Derby-Gr.1 , Santa Anita by 3 lengths from Bolt d’Oro and Core Beliefs Won Allowance, Santa Anita, by 6½ lengths Won MSW, Santa Anita, by 9½ lengths Impressed from Day 1 t


He was so much the best in winning the Derby it was ridiculous. He disputed a very fast pace on a sloppy, unbiased surface, and three of the four horses who were involved with him early finished a badly beaten 12 th , 13 th and 15 th . Yet despite being under that sort of severe early pace pressure, he still drew away from his field through the stretch. “ “ Mike Watchmaker ,


It would entail a lengthy search to find a better representative of the Thoroughbred breed… Justify exudes power … In action, he brings the entire package: speed , stride , and stamina . “ BloodHorse

His outstanding first book of mares in the USA includes:

A Raving Beauty

Diva Delite

Moonshine Memories 2xG1W Morena

G1 Just A Game S & G1 First Lady S

Dam of Midnight Bisou (2xG1W)

A Z Warrior Afleet Maggi African Jade

Dream Dancing D'Wildcat Speed

G1 Frizette S

G1 Del Mar Oaks

Champion, dam of Creator (G1 Belmont S) Dam of Nickname (G1 Frizette S)

Nina Fever

Dam of DreamTree (G1 Starlet S) Dam of Lord Nelson (3xG1W) Dam of Noble Bird (G1 Stephen Foster)

Dam of Lady Aurelia (G1 King’s Stand S, Champion 2YO Filly)

Noted And Quoted Pretty 'N' Smart Princess Violet Quarter Moon

G1 Chandelier S


Emma's Encore

G1 Prioress S

Dam of Cupid (G1 Gold Cup at Santa Anita)

Appealing Zophie Bar of Gold Beatrix Potter


G1 Spinaway S & dam ofTapwrit (G1 Belmont S)

G1 Prix de l’Arc deTriomphe, G1 Breeders’CupTurf

G1 Madison S

Got Lucky Grace Hall Grazie Mille Groupie Doll Havre De Grace

G1 BC Filly & Mare Sprint Dam of Harry Angel (2xG1W, Champion Sprinter)

G1 Spinster S G1 Spinaway S

G1 Moyglare Stud S & Champion 2YO Filly Dam of Improbable (G1 Los Alamitos Futurity) 2xG1W, Champion 2YO Filly, dam ofTapestry (G1Yorkshire Oaks) Dam of Classic Empire (3xG1W, Champion 2YO) Dam of G1 winners Eishin Apollon, Master Of Hounds & Minorette Dam of Restless Rider (G1 Alcibiades S) Dam of Sharp Azteca (G1 Cigar Mile) Dam of Princess of Sylmar (G1 Kentucky Oaks) G1Yorkshire Oaks & Champion 3YO Filly

Rare Event


Dam of MoTown (G1 Hollywood Derby) 4xG1W, Champion Female Sprinter x 2 3xG1W, Champion Older Mare & HOTY G1 Epsom Oaks & G1 1,000 Guineas

Bella Jolie

Dam of Runhappy (3xG1W, Champion Sprinter)

Birdatthewire Blossomed Brave Anna

Sambuca Classica Silk And Scarlet

G1 La Brea S


Dam of Sippican Harbor (G1 Spinaway S)

Immortal Verse 2xG1W, Champion 3YO Filly Ithinkisawapudycat Dam of Sweet Loretta (G1 Spinaway S) Khancord Kid

G1 Cheveley Park S


Silky Serenade

Dam of Arrogate (4xG1W,World Champion) Dam of ByThe Moon (G1 Frizette S) G1 BC Juvenile fillies, Champion 2YO Filly G1 BC Juvenile Fillies, Champion 2YO Filly Dam ofTake Charge Brandi (Champion 2YO Filly) Dam of G1 winners Athena and Bracelet Dam of Union Strike (G1 Del Mar Debutante) G1 Cheveley Park S & Champion 2YO Filly

By The Light Caledonia Road Champagne Room

So Sharp Storm Dixie Tapestry Together

Dam of Bar of Gold (G1 BC Filly & Mare Sprint) Dam of Knicks Go (G1 Claiborne Breeders’Futurity) G1 Premio Las Oaks, Champion 3YO Filly Dam of MineThat Bird (G1 Kentucky Derby) & Dullahan (3xG1W) 4xG1W. Dam of U S Navy Flag (3xG1W) & Roly Poly (3xG1W) G1 Personal Ensign S

Kosmo's Buddy


Marie Madelaine Mining My Own

G1 Queen Elizabeth II S

Cherry Hinton Classic Strike Clemmie Concinnous

Together Forever Turbulent Descent Untouched Talent Virginia Waters Yellow Heat Vale Dori

G1 Fillies’Mile S

4xG1W incl. G1 Santa Anita Oaks Dam of Bodemeister (G1 Arkansas Derby)

Miss Shop Misty For Me

Dam of Iotapa (2xG1W)



G1 E.P.Taylor S

G1 1,000 Guineas

Dazzling Song

Mo Chuisle

Dam of Magnum Moon (G1 Arkansas Derby)

Dam of Points Offthebench (2xG1W, Champion Sprinter)

Dam of R Heat Lightening (G1 Spinaway S)

Diamondsandrubies G1 Pretty Polly S


G1 First Lady S

One of the first SCAT DADDYs to stud was NO NAY NEVER, the 2018 Champion Freshman Sire in Europe, by some margin! Justify has within his blood a bit of a trump card: his sire, Scat Daddy. Bloodstock and breeding experts agree that Scat Daddy was poised to become one of the hottest sires in North America but died an early death at age 11 in 2015. That Justify could carry Scat Daddy's genes forward could be a bigger boon to his breeding career than his Triple Crown victory will be.


The late great SCAT DADDY was America’s champion 2YO sire of 2017

JUSTIFY Chestnut Colt; foaled 2015

Hennessy Myth

Johannesburg ......................

Scat Daddy Scat Daddy............................

Mr. Prospector Likeable Style Awesome Again Baby Zip Pulpit Voodoo Lily

Love Style..............................



Stage Magic.......................... (2007)

Magical Illusion....................

By SCAT DADDY (2004). Black-type winner of $1,334,300, Florida Derby [G1] (GP, $600,000), etc. Sire of 8 crops of racing age, 113 black-type winners, 694 winners of 2153 races and earning $76,996,907, 13 champions, including Dacita (CHI) ($1,598,369, Beverly D. S. [G1] ), Il Campione (CHI) [G1] ($384,594), Solaria (CHI) [G1] ($255,591), Caravaggio [G1] (hwt., $992,823), Lady Aurelia [G1] (hwt., $834,945), No Nay Never [G1] (hwt.), Sioux Nation [G1], Mendelssohn [G1] etc. 1st dam Stage Magic , by Ghostzapper. 3 wins at 3, $133,981, 2nd New Orleans Ladies S. [L] (FG, $20,000), 3rd Gardenia S. [G3] (ELP, $11,000), Pippin S. [L] (OP, $7,500), Roxelana S. (CD, $7,760). Dam of 4 foals, 3 to race, all winners-- JUSTIFY (c. by Scat Daddy). Black-type winner, below. THE LIEUTENANT (c. by Street Sense). 4 wins, 3 to 5, 2018, $339,882, All American S. [G3] (GG, $60,000), 2nd Suburban S. [G2] (BEL, $130,000), Santana Mile S. [L] (SA, $15,400), 3rd Californian S. [G2] (SA, $24,000). Holiday Music (f. by Harlan's Holiday). Winner at 3 and 4, 2018, $51,926. 2nd dam Magical Illusion , by Pulpit. 3 wins in 6 starts at 3, $141,220, 3rd Coaching Club American Oaks [G1] (BEL, $50,000). Dam of 3 winners, including-- Stage Magic (f. by Ghostzapper). Black-type-placed winner, above. 3rd dam VOODOO LILY , by Baldski. 5 wins at 2 and 3, $250,370, Columbia S. [G3] , Blue Sparkler S. (MTH, $21,000), Dearly Precious S. (MTH, $21,000), 2nd Cathy Honey S. [L] (AQU, $11,814), Palm Hut S. (AQU, $10,956), Evening Glow S.-R (AQU, $10,494), 3rd Tempted S. [G3] , etc. Sister to STONE BLUFF ($202,490), half-sister to GIZMO'S FORTUNE [L] ($148,708). Dam of-- Magical Illusion . Black-type-placed winner, above. Lily O'Gold . 4 wins, $280,875, 2nd Walmac International Alcibiades S. [G2] , Chaposa Springs H. [G3] , Ellis Park Debutante S. [L] (ELP, $20,000). Shah Jehan . Winner at 2, € 24,061, in Ireland, 2nd Flame of Tara Tyros S.; 3 wins at 3 and 4, $199,939, in N.A./U.S., 2ndWithers S. [G3] (AQU, $30,000), Long Branch Breeders' Cup S. [G3] (MTH, $20,000), Don Bernhardt S. [L] (ELP, $20,000), Sir Barton S. [L] (PIM, $15,000). (Total: $238,238). Live Every Day . 3 wins at 2 and 3, $79,810, 3rd Cassidy S. (CRC, $7,150), etc. Miss Primetime . 3 wins at 3, $58,406, 3rd Sunny Issues S. (CRC, $5,500). Layreebelle. Unraced. Dam of 4 foals, 3 to race, 2 winners-- SPELLBOUND . 3 wins, $231,750, La Canada S. [G2] (SA, $120,000). KID CRUZ . 7 wins, 2 to 5, $792,985, Excelsior S. [G3] (AQU, $120,000), etc. RACE RECORD: At 2, unraced; at 3, 2018 Triple Crown winner and Horse of the Year, 6 wins (Kentucky Derby [G1] (CD, $1,432,000), Preakness Stakes [G1] (PIM, $900,000), Belmont Stakes [G1] (BEL, $800,000), Santa Anita Derby [G1] (SA, $600,000)) in 6 starts. Earned $3,798,000.

He’s so gifted. He’s sent from heaven. He’s just amazing. Did you see him standing in the starting gate? He’s standing so still, I actually thought he’s not going to break today. I mean, he left there like he was going 440 yards in Ruidoso [Quarter Horse track in New Mexico] . Mike Smith , jockey


Brilliant at 2 & 3 with the pedigree to match! Won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf-Gr.1 Won the UAE Derby-Gr.2 (pictured) by 18½ lengths in course record time! Exceptional looks: cost US$3m as a yearling

By the sensational sire SCAT DADDY . Half-brother to leading young sire INTO MISCHIEF and 11-time Gr.1 winner BEHOLDER . Me delssoh


Mendelssohn Won from 1600m. to 2000m. | Height 16.0¾

GR.1-WINNING 2YO 1 st Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf-Gr.1 , Del Mar on a firm track

BRILLIANT 3YO 1 st UAE Derby-Gr.2 , Meydan, by 18 ½ lengths in track record time 2 nd Travers Stakes-Gr.1 , Saratoga 3 rd Jockey Club Gold Cup-Gr.1 , Belmont Park 1 st 2YO Maiden, Curragh, good to firm 2 nd Dewhurst Stakes-Gr.1 , Newmarket, to European Champion 2YO US Navy Flag

MENDELSSOHN Bay Colt; foaled 2015

Hennessy Myth

Johannesburg ......................

Scat Daddy............................

Mr. Prospector Likeable Style Clever Trick Battle Creek Girl Stop the Music One Last Bird

Love Style..............................

DID YOU KNOW? MENDELSSOHN, BEHOLDER and INTO MISCHIEF are… All out of Broodmare of the Year Leslie’s Lady All from the Storm Cat sire line All Grade 1 winning juveniles


Tricky Creek ..........................

Leslie's Lady ........................ (1996)

Crystal Lady..........................

By SCAT DADDY (2004). Black-type winner of $1,334,300, Florida Derby [G1] (GP, $600,000), etc. Sire of 116 black-type winners, 703 winners of 2182 races and earning $78,115,939, 13 champions, including Justify [G1] (Triple Crown, $3,798,000), Caravaggio [G1] (hwt., $992,823), No Nay Never [G1] , Lady Aurelia [G1] (hwt.), Mendelssohn [G1] , Sioux Nation [G1] etc. 1st dam LESLIE'S LADY , by Tricky Creek. 5 wins at 2 and 3, $187,014, Hoosier Debu- tante S. [L] (HOO, $41,430), 2nd Martha Washington S. [L] (OP, $10,000). Half-sister to A Steel Trap ($106,098). Broodmare of the year in 2016. Dam of 11 foals, 8 to race, 6 winners, including-- BEHOLDER (f. by Henny Hughes). 18 wins in 26 starts, 2 to 6, $6,156,600, champion 2- and 3-year-old filly, champion older mare twice, Breeders' Cup Distaff [G1] (SA, $1,100,000), Breeders' Cup Distaff [G1] (SA, $1,100,000), Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies [G1] (SA, $1,080,000), Pacific Classic S. [G1] (DMR, $600,000), Vanity Mile S. [G1] (SA, $240,000), Clement L. Hirsch S. [G1] (DMR, $180,000), Santa Anita Oaks [G1] (SA, $180,000), Zenyatta S. [G1] (SA, $180,000) twice, Las Virgenes S. [G1] (SA, $150,000), Zenyatta S. [G1] (SA, $150,000) etc. MENDELSSOHN (c. by Scat Daddy). Black-type winner, below. INTO MISCHIEF (c. by Harlan's Holiday). 3 wins in 6 starts at 2 and 3, $597,080, CashCall Futurity [G1] (HOL, $403,000), Damascus S. [L] (OSA, $68,280), 2nd Malibu S. [G1] (SA, $50,000), San Vicente S. [G2] (SA, $30,000), Hollywood Prevue S. [G3] (HOL, $20,000). Sire. Judy B (f. by Marquetry). 3 wins at 3 and 4, $44,960. Dam of-- Sarah Her Highness (f. by Milwaukee Brew). 2 wins at 2, $184,838, in Canada, 3rd Muskoka S.-R (WO, $20,000), Fanfreluche S.-R (WO, $16,500), Trillium S. (WO, $16,500). (Total: $184,883). Daisy Mason (f. by Orientate). Unraced. Dam of 3 winners, including-- HARRY'S HOLIDAY (c. by Harlan's Holiday). 3 wins at 2 and 3, $197,657, 96ROCK S. (TP, $36,456), 2nd Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati Spiral S. [G3] (TP, $103,400), 3rd John Battaglia Memorial S. [L] (TP, $9,600). Victory Party (f. by Yankee Victor). Unraced. Dam of 4 winners, including-- Victory Kingdom (AUS) (f. by Animal Kingdom). 1 win at 3 in Australia, 2nd Tab Kewney S. [G2] , Typhoon Tracy S. [G3] . RACE RECORD: In N.A./U.S. At 2, one win (Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf [G1] (DMR, $550,000)) in 1 start; at 3, once 2nd (Travers S. [G1] (SAR, $230,000)), once 3rd (Dwyer S. [G3] (BEL, $36,000)). Earned $816,000. In Ireland. At 2, one win in 2 starts; at 3, one win (Patton S.) in 1 start. Earned € 55,954. In England. At 2, once 2nd (Dewhurst S. [G1] ) in 2 starts. Earned £107,500. In U.A.E.. At 3, one win (UAE Derby [G2] ) in 1 start. Earned 4,406,904 dirhams. (Total: $2,227,137).

One of the best sons of world-class sire SCAT DADDY . A half-brother to 11-time Gr.1-winning champion BEHOLDER and to the leading sire INTO MISCHIEF . Into Mischief retired to stud at $10,000, has already sired 22 Graded winners, and is now one of the highest-priced sires in America with a fee of $150,000.


Sale-topping good looks! Cost US$3m at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale

Mendelssohn, produced by Broodmare of the Year Leslie's Lady and a $3m yearling acquisition, proved the versatility that is Scat Daddy's legacy by winning the Grade 1 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf and following up in 2018 by winning the $2m UAE Derby on dirt…. A shade under 16.1 hands, Mendelssohn offers breeders brilliance both top and bottom. The Scat Daddy heritage provides five immediate sire ancestors who all were Grade/Group 1 winners at two, and Mendelssohn's famous half-siblings [Beholder and Into Mischief] achieved the same feat. Just as importantly, Into Mischief has evolved into one of North

America's most successful sires. RACING P O ST , 8th January 2019

35 “ Mendelssohn, winner of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf and successful in a warm-up at Dundalk, put in a huge performance... He was quick enough early to secure the lead close to the rail... Mendelssohn just kept pouring it on, looking to do it quite comfortably, and lowered the course record ” RACING P O ST , after the UAE Derby-Gr.2

The heir apparent to FASTNET ROCK. He won the sire-making Coolmore Stud Stakes-Gr.1 in a fast time. Then he went to Royal Ascot where he did the same, defying a weight-for-age discrepancy, to land the Diamond Jubilee Stakes-Gr.1. The fastest son of sire of sires Fastnet Rock , he’s bred on the same Danehill / Snippets cross as Snitzel and Hinchinbrook . All things considered, he’s a serious sire prospect.

Merchant Navy


The Ascot Vale Stakes was first run for 3YOs in 1969 when subsequent champion sire Vain was victorious. Its roll of honour includes Century, Kaapstad, Zedative and Encosta de Lago. In 2007 the race was re-named the Coolmore Stud Stakes and its influence on the breed is as strong as ever. 2018 Merchant Navy 9-3 1:12.09 2012 Black Caviar 9-1 1:14.10 2010 Starspangledbanner 9-4 1:12.57 2003 Choisir 9-4 1:12.23 1989 Danehill 8-0 1:12.95 Established in 1868 as the All-Aged Stakes it was renamed the Cork and Orrery Stakes in 1926 and it’s roll of honour includes the ubiquitous Danehill . It was renamed in 2002 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II and in 2012 it became the Diamond Jubilee Stakes to commemorate her Diamond Jubilee. Diamond Jubilee Stakes-Gr.1 winners include:

Coolmore Stud Stakes-Gr.1 winners include:

2017 Merchant Navy 57kg 1:09.10 2013 Zoustar 56.5kg 1:09.23 2011 Sepoy 56.5kg 1:10.49 2010 Star Witness 55.5kg 1:09.97 2008 Northern Meteor 55.5kg 1:10.51 1996 Encosta De Lago 52.5kg 1:10.30


Merchant Navy Won from 1200m. to 1400m. | Height 16.0

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UNBEATEN STAKES WINNER AT 2 1 st VRC Anzac Day Stakes-L. ,1400m, Flemington, by a length 1 st MRC 2yo Handicap, 1400m, by a length 1 st Maiden Plate, 1200m, Pakenham, by 1¾ lengths 1 st VRC Coolmore Stud Stakes-Gr.1 ,1200m, Flemington, defeating Invincible Star , Formality , Kementari , Trapeze Artist , The Mission , Summer Passage , Catchy , Tulip , Viridine etc. 1 st Diamond Jubilee Stakes-Gr.1 , 1200m, Royal Ascot, beating City Light , Bound For Nowhere and The Tin Man 1 st Greenlands Stakes-Gr.2 , 1200m, Curragh, beating Spirit of Valour , Tasleet and Brando 1 st MRC H.D.F. McNeil Stakes-Gr.3 , 1200m, Caulfield, from Booker GR.1-WINNING SPRINTER AT 3 IN BOTH AUSTRALIA AND EUROPE

His dam is a half-sister to BONARIA (Gr.1 Empire Rose S.) and TIME OUT (Group winning 2YO over 1200m). Full-brother to 1200m Gr.2 winner JOLIE BAY . Out of 1200m Group winning 2YO LEGALLY BAY . Bred on the same DANEHILL / SNIPPETS cross as SNITZEL and HINCHINBROOK . By proven sire of sires FASTNET ROCK , 5 sons have already sired Gr.1 winners.


Merchant Navy steams home to win Coolmore Stud Stakes ...the spectacular Group I Coolmore Stud Stakes win of Merchant Navy... the colt was near last in the Flemington straight before surging home to score a breathtaking win Ben Dorries ,, 4th November 2017


Group winners or dams of Group winners in foal in 2018 including:

THE win of the Spring Carnival – simply awesome Tony Thomas , The Sportsman, after the Coolmore Stud Stakes- Gr.1

So Pristine G2W by Zabeel Crimson Dawn (GB) Dam of G2WMiss Rose De Lago Parfaits Dam of G1W Sonntag Soubrettes (NZ)

A cracking renewal… it was a Grade 1 in nature RACING P O ST , after the Greenlands Stakes- Gr.2 “… the time beat the standard by half a second… Still classed as a 3yo in the southern hemisphere, he has now won at the top level in both Australia and England and will be a hugely valuable stallion prospect. ” RACING P O ST , after the Diamond Jubilee Stakes- Gr.1 “ “ “Merchant Navy enhanced his status as one of Victoria’s most exciting three-year-

G3W/G1-pl daughter of High Chaparral G3W and dam of G3W/G1-pl Missrock G2W and dam of G2W Holy Snow

Miss Judgement Only Words Face Of The Earth Jeu De Cartes (NZ) Fromelles (NZ) Thunder Lady (NZ) Ruud Not Too (NZ) Look To The Stars Volcada (NZ) Onemorezeta Miss Maren (NZ) Zarinia (IRE) Broadband Munhro Famous Painter Around The Clock Ennerdale (GB) Platelet Bel Mer Opalize

Dam of G3W Diamond Earth

Dual G1W by Strategic

G2W half-sister to G1W Nom Du Jeu

G3W by Savabeel

G2W/G1-pl daughter of Mastercraftsman

G2W Bernardini mare

G2W/G1-pl 2yo by I Am Invincible

G1W by Bel Esprit

SW dam of G3W Kaepernick


G3W/G1-pl daughter of Stravinsky

Dam of G3W Property

Dam of 4xG1W Igugu & G3W Honorius

old prospects with victory at Flemington on Tuesday [in the $120,000 Listed Anzac Day Stakes (1400m)]. ” Brad Bishop ,, 25th April, 2017

G3W 2yo by Sebring

Dam of G2W/G1-pl Derryn

Dam of G2W Sistine Angel & G3W Sistine Demon

Dam of G1W Hall Of Fame

Dam of G2W Samara Dancer & G3W Eclair Big Bang


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