Coolmore Australia Brochure 2021
Coolmore Australia - Australian home of Fastnet Rock, American Pharoah, Justify, So You Think & Pierro. New for 2021 - King's Legacy & Wootton Bassett
A U S T R A L I A New for 2021
WOOTTON BASSETT A Champion 2YO & already siring Champions
First and foremost, I must thank all our clients and friends for their continued support of Coolmore and our stallions over the past 12 months. While we have said it many times before, your success really is our success and there is nothing that gives us more pleasure than following your achievements in the sale ring and on the track. Despite a global pandemic, records were broken throughout the sale rings of Australia and racing has continued to go from strength to strength. We count ourselves extremely lucky to operate in such a strong and robust industry. The roster of stallions on offer to Australasian breeders in 2021 is the culmination of a lot of hard work, over many years. It is particularly exciting to welcome Wootton Bassett , the rising star of the European stallion ranks, to Coolmore Australia. We believe that this Group 1-winning Champion 2YO and proven Group 1 sire can make a significant impact on the Australian racing and breeding industry. He will be joined by fellow international superstars like US Triple Crown winners Justify and American Pharoah , 2,000 Guineas winners Churchill , Saxon Warrior and Magna Grecia as well as Royal Ascot-winning speedster Calyx . Our international stars will join an outstanding collection of some of the strongest sires and best sire prospects in the country. Following yet another incredible year on the track, Fastnet Rock once again leads the way. He is unquestionably one of the most influential Australian- bred sires of all-time and he is showing no signs of slowing down, with arguably his strongest ever two-year- old crop in the 2020/21 season. His best-credentialed son, Merchant Navy had his first crop yearlings presented to the market in 2021 and it is very encouraging to see them enter all the best stables in the country.
The most accomplished two-year-old of his generation, King’s Legacy is another very welcome addition to the roster. The only multiple Group 1-winning juvenile by sire of sires Redoute’s Choice, King’s Legacy is from the fabled family of Not A Single Doubt and Snippets. Blessed with an incredible physique, he realised $1,400,000 as a yearling - there is no denying he has all the credentials for sire success. Record-breaking winner of The Everest, Yes Yes Yes covered an outstanding book of mares in his first season and was supported by some of Australasia’s best breeders, giving him every chance to succeed at stud. His first foals this spring are eagerly awaited. Given the dominance of Danehill and his sons over the last two decades in Australia, it is extremely satisfying to have two of Australia’s best outcross options in Pierro and So You Think who continue to produce elite horses with Danehill-line mares. They have both firmly established themselves as two of the best sires in Australia and are open to significant further improvement, with big crops of well-bred stock coming through. Looking forward to the 2021 breeding season, please do not hesitate to get in touch with any member of the sales team at Coolmore Australia for assistance with your mating plans. We wish you all the best in your racing and breeding endeavours.
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Glen Boss salutes the crowd at Randwick after the victory of YES YES YES in the $14m The Everest
Racing in Australia has never been more exciting and with 60 races worth $ 1 m or more, it's never been more rewarding! The market is very strong and so too is our roster. Take a look and you’ll see that we only offer top-class Gr.1 sires along with the best sire prospects. So take your pick and give us a call.
2021 F EE $
Pioneerof The Nile 49,500
Scat Daddy 55,000
Redoute’s Choice 33,000
Invincible Spirit 19,250
Fastnet Rock 33,000
Street Cry 22,000
PRIDE OF DUBAI
Deep Impact 13,750
High Chaparral 77,000
SO YOU THINK
Medaglia d’Oro 22,000
YES YES YES
All fees include GST
Good Land & Great Horses. Our land at Jerrys Plains in New South Wales, has a long association with horses going back to the 1820s when its owner George Bowman stood a sire called Pegasus at a fee of 5 guineas, “payable in cash or good clean wheat.” In the early part of the twentieth century the Moses brothers, William and Frederick, stood or bred outstanding thoroughbreds such as 1920 Melbourne Cup winner Poitrel , Champion racehorse and sire Heroic and high-class galloper Manfred , as well as St Alwyne , Valais , Nightwatch and Valicare . Since 1996 Coolmore Australia has been home to multiple Champion sires such as the ubiquitous Danehill , Encosta de Lago and Fastnet Rock . There has also been 61 Gr.1-winning graduates of Coolmore Australia including the aforementioned Champion sire Fastnet Rock and the 25-time Group 1-winning World Champion Winx .
2020/21 has been another successful season for horses raised on our farm. Avantage , Quick Thinker , September Run , Persan , Parure , Love Tap , Laverrod , Packing Rockstar and Chequerboard were just some of them, while our exciting juvenile crop includes Acrobat , Head Of State , Saif etc.
Award-winning Angus cattle play an important role in the pasture management at Coolmore in Jerrys Plains.
Coolmore’s tradition of standing quality stallions began in Ireland in the 1850’s and it continues today in the spectacular Hunter Valley. Coolmore Australia is located on over 9,000 acres, including 5,000 of irrigated river flats and undulating paddocks, on which Champion racehorses have been raised for over a century. Our farm is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and managed by a dedicated and experienced staff who ensure your stock get the best possible care. We take care of your horses just like we do our own .
• 3 purpose built foaling units encompassing 24hr supervision. • 4 resident veterinarians during the breeding season. • Our own fleet of equine transport on call 24hrs. • Team of experienced and dedicated staff offering round the clock care. • On-site veterinary hospital with a sophisticated laboratory. • Quarantine and isolation facilities. • Close proximity to Scone Equine Hospital, the largest facility of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. • Expert sales preparation and presentation for the major Australian sales - weanling, yearling and broodmare. • Walk-out mares also welcome for boarding. • Expert farriers. • Expert pedigree and sales advice. • Luxury client accommodation on site. • Regular reports and photos to keep you up to date on the progress of your stock. • On-site sales x-ray and scoping facilities.
Come and stay in our luxury accommodation and experience life in the Hunter Valley.
ADELAIDE Won from 1600m. to 2040m. | Height 15.3
NORTHERN DANCER FAIRY BRIDGE MISWAKI ALLEGRETTA
ADELAIDE (b. 2011)
DANZIG ELLE SEULE NINISKI NEMESIA
Cox Plate-Gr.1 winner and Gr.1 sire by GALILEO
Dual Gr.1 winner at 3 years 1 st MVRC Cox Plate-Gr.1 , 2040m., Moonee Valley, in a time only bettered by Winx this century, defeating 10 Gr.1 winners. 1 st Secretariat S.-Gr.1 , 2000m., Arlington, by 1½ lengths. 1 st Gallinule S.-Gr.3 , 2000m., Curragh, by 3 lengths.
1 st Maiden, 1600m., Leopardstown, by 2½ lengths beating subsequent Gr.1 winner Fascinating Rock (his only 2YO start). 2 nd Belmont Derby Invitational S.-Gr.1 , 2000m., Belmont Park.
A top-class son of GALILEO , the best sire in the world. Out of ELLETELLE , a Gr.2-winning 2YO over 1000m at Royal Ascot.
Proven Gr.1 sire from his first crop: The top-class filly FUNSTAR , winner of the Flight Stakes-Gr.1 at Randwick by 3¼ lengths (pictured) , Phar Lap Stakes-Gr.2 and Tea Rose Stakes-Gr.2 defeating Gr.1 winner Probabeel on each occasion.
2021 yearlings made up to $130,000 . Colt ex Singho at the Magic Million Gold Coast Yearling Sale.
Buyer : Freedman Brothers/Blue Sky Bloodstock.
Funstar’s part-owner Anton Koolman who bought her at the Inglis Easter Yearling Sale
Helen and John North of Bowness Stud who consigned Gr.1 winner Funstar as a yearling as well as Adelaide’s top-priced yearling of 2021
Time To Strike. A supremely gifted athlete, he was Champion 2YO before becoming the first American Triple Crown winner in 37 years. And his sign off in the Breeders’ Cup saw him produce yet another tour de force scoring by an effortless 6½ lengths. The early stages of his stud career are equally impressive, with him crowned both Champion First Crop Sire and Champion Second Crop Sire in North America. He has already sired Gr.1 winners in Europe, the USA and Japan while his juveniles have won Group races starting at 1000m. There are more Gr.1 prospects amongst his first Australian crop. And when they hit, his fee is going only one way, so now is your time to strike!
American Pharoah A World Champion racehorse and a World-Class sire in the making
Derrick Smith , Georg von Opel and Sir Peter Vela who are all part-owners of American Pharoah’s potential Gr.1 star HEAD OF STATE along with Chris Waller Racing and other partners
AMERICAN PHAROAH Won from 1400m. to 2400m. | Height 16.2
UNBRIDLED TOUSSAUD LORD AT WAR (ARG) CASTLE EIGHT
PIONEEROF THE NILE
STAR OF GOSHEN
AMERICAN PHAROAH (b. 2012)
STORM CAT KEY PHRASE ECLIPTICAL ZETTA JET
1 st Breeders’ Cup Classic-Gr.1 , 2000m., Keeneland by 6½ lengths . 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 His first two U.S. crops include: VAN GOGH , Gr.1-winning 2YO on turf HARVEY’S LIL GOIL , Gr.1-winning 3YO on turf CAFE PHAROAH , Gr.1 winner in 2021 in Japan FOUR WHEEL DRIVE , Gr.2-winning 2YO over 1000m on turf SWEET MELANIA , Gr.2-winning 2YO on turf PISTA , Gr.2-winning 3YO on turf AS TIME GOES BY , Gr.2 winner in 2021 MERNEITH , Gr.2 winner in 2021 TURNED ASIDE , Gr.3-winning 3YO over 1100m on turf MAVEN , Gr.3-winning 2YO over 1000m on turf ANOTHER MIRACLE , dual 3YO SW over 1100m on turf KENTUCKY PHAROAH , 3YO Stakes winner in 2021 on turf DANON PHARAOH , won Japan Dirt Derby-L., SW in 2021 OCEAN ATLANTIQUE , 3YO Stakes winner on turf THANKFUL , Stakes winner in 2021 MONARCH OF EGYPT , Gr.1-placed 2YO over 1200m on turf AMERICAN THEOREM , Gr.1-placed 2YO The highest-rated horse at stud in Australia with a Timeform rating of 138
every chance that American Pharoah could be a major influence on the breed Thoroughbred Racing Commentary , 3 rd May 2021
CAFÉ PHAROAH scores in the February Stakes-Gr.1 at Tokyo
Cartier Champion 2YO Colt VAN GOGH is a 4-length winner of the Criterium International-Gr.1
HARVEY’S LIL GOIL won the Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup S.-Gr.1 at Keeneland
American Pharoah is already a Champion First and Second Crop sire in the Northern Hemisphere, but here in Australia he’s just starting off and delivered an impressive winner at Warwick Farm on Wednesday in HEAD OF STATE … the powerhouse colt was a hot favourite in the 1300mmaiden and was a class above, powering clear under James McDonald to win by two lengths. “…He did everything right and let down strongly… he’ll be a Guineas horse in the spring.” said Chris Waller , 10 th February
His 2nd crop yearlings were in big demand and were bought by all the right people in Australia in 2021: $650,000 Chris Waller Racing/Mulcaster Bloodstock $625,000 Sheamus Mills Bloodstock $425,000 Tasman Bloodstock $400,000 Freedman Brothers/China Horse Club $360,000 G. Waterhouse/A. Bott/Kestrel T’breds $350,000 Raphie B’stock/Annabel Neasham Racing $320,000 Tom Magnier $320,000 D. Raphael/G. Ryan & S. Alexiou $300,000 Emmaroo Bloodstock $260,000 Star T’breds/Randwick Bloodstock $260,000 Katsumi Yoshida $260,000 Griffiths de Kock Racing/Peter Ford T'breds $250,000 Viribright Racing $240,000 Edmonds Racing/Kestrel T’breds $220,000 All Winners T’breds $200,000 Matt Laurie Racing $200,000 Anthony Cummings T’breds $200,000 G. Waterhouse/A. Bott/Kestrel & Vantage T/breds $200,000 Tasman Bloodstock
Selected Second Crop Yearling Sires of 2021
2021 M EDIAN Y RL P RICE
2021 F EE
Extreme Choice $140,000 Private AMERICAN PHAROAH $135,000 $49,500 Shalaa $130,000 $44,000 Capitalist $122,500 $99,000 Frosted $80,000 $44,000 Flying Artie $50,000 $33,000 Star Turn $50,000 $16,500
CALYX Won over 1200m. | Height 15.3
One of the fastest 2YOs ever from the Invincible Spirit sire line
“blessed with a turn of foot reminiscent of his sire” Timeform on CALYX 1 st Coventry Stakes-Gr.2 (pictured), Royal Ascot, 1200m, by 1 length from triple Gr.1 winner Advertise and Group winner Sergei Prokofiev in a field of 23 runners! 1 st Maiden, Newmarket, 1200m, by 5 lengths on debut Unbeaten Gr.2-winning 2YO sprinter
Brilliant Group-winning 3YO sprinter 1 st Commonwealth Cup Trial Stakes-Gr.3 , Ascot, 1200m, by 4 lengths from No Nonsense and Konchek 2 nd Sandy Lane Stakes-Gr.2 , Haydock, 1200m, to dual Gr.1 winning sprinter Hello Youmzain Timeform rated him 120p as a 2YO while his 3YO rating of 124 is higher than the likes of Zoustar , Northern Meteor , Brutal , Pierata , Impending , Russian Revolution etc.
GREEN DESERT RAFHA ZAMINDAR HOPE DISTANT VIEW STELLARIA QUEST FOR FAME MUSICANTI
CALYX (b. 2016)
He went so fast I lost my hat Frankie Dettori after partnering Calyx to a runaway success in the Commonwealth Cup Trial-Gr.3 at Ascot
Siring speedy looking first crop foals in Europe
His sire KINGMAN and I AM INVINCIBLE are the two best sire sons of INVINCIBLE SPIRIT . Out of Gr.3 winner and Gr.1-placed juvenile HELLEBORINE , a full-sister to Gr.1-winning 3YO sprinter AFRICAN ROSE . His 2 nd , 3 rd , 4 th and 5 th dams all bred Gr.1 winners! ELIZABETH TOWER : Hanshin Tulip Sho- Gr.2 FEARLESS KING: German 2,000 Guineas- Gr.2 HEADMAN: Prix Guillaume d'Ornano- Gr.2 , Prix Eugene Adam- Gr.2 SUMMER ROMANCE: Balanchine S.- Gr.2 , Princess Elizabeth S.- Gr.3 CALYX is the fastest and most precocious son of KINGMAN (2020 & 2021 fee of £150,000), a sensational young sire with 35 Stakes winners in his first 3 crops including: PERSIAN KING: 3 Gr.1 wins including the French 2,000 Guineas- Gr.1 PALACE PIER: Gr.1-winning 3YO miler at Deauville and Royal Ascot DOMESTIC SPENDING: Hollywood Derby- Gr.1 SCHNELL MEISTER : Tokyo NHK Mile Cup- Gr.1
Filly ex. Inch Perfect bred by the Inch Perfect Syndicate
Calyx always had that rare brilliance you only see in champions. He’s very, very fast and a gorgeous- looking horse with a lovely mind. Trainer John Gosden
“Speed is the Holy Grail and he’s got this in abundance. He was an unbelievably talented horse with a lot of speed...I think down in Australia he’s
going to really take off because not only was he a very good 2-year-old, he’s got a lot of speed and he’s a very good-looking horse and he looks like a sprinter.” Leading bloodstock agent Hubie de Burgh
Filly ex. Flowers Will Bloom bred by Sir Robert Ogden
Filly ex Ihtiraam bred by J. Connolly & C. Henley
Colt ex. Open Window bred by Clare Castle Stud
CHURCHILL Won from 1400m. to 1600m. | Height 16.2 4 consecutive Gr.1 wins and the only son of Galileo to win at Royal Ascot as a 2YO CHURCHILL (b. 2014)
NORTHERN DANCER FAIRY BRIDGE MISWAKI ALLEGRETTA
STORM BIRD TERLINGUA AIR EXPRESS KANGRA VALLEY
“The European Champion Two-Year-Old of 2016, Churchill went on to win two Classics... The son of Galileo won Royal Ascot’s Listed Chesham Stakes as the odds- on favourite, won Leopardstown’s Gr.3 Tyros Stakes on his next start and then the Gr.2 Futurity Stakes a month later… and he ended his first season with a four-length defeat of Mehmas in the Gr.1 National Stakes and had Gr.1 winners Blue Point and Thunder Snow behind him in the Gr.1 Dewhurst Stakes . Returning to Newmarket for his first outing at three, he defeated Gr.1 winners Barney Roy and Al Wukair in the Gr.1 2,000 Guineas and beat the dual UAE Classic winner and subsequent triple Gr.1 winner Thunder Snow by two and a half lengths in the Irish equivalent [ Gr.1 Irish 2,000 Guineas ]”
Churchill Yearlings Find Favour at Tattersalls October The leading first crop sire at the 2020 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book One by aggregate was Coolmore shuttler Churchill ... The four-time Group I-winning son of Galileo had 13 yearlings sell at an average 123,615 guineas (A$234,107) with his top seller a colt fromWhere’s Sue that made 320,000 guineas (A$605,977)…A Champion 2YO and Champion Miler at three, Churchill is the fastest son of Galileo to stand in Australia Leading European First Crop Yearling Sires of 2020 – by average A VERAGE 1 Almanzor (Wootton Bassett) 53 €92,180 2 CHURCHILL (Galileo) 69 €85,590 3 Caravaggio (Scat Daddy) 56 €82,903 R K S TALLION (S IRE ) S OLD Thoroughbred Stallion Guide
19 th April 2021
The Galileo Gang Galileo has a great shot to bolster his already prolific record as a sire of sires… Chief among them on the yearling averages is the dual Guineas and four-time Group 1 winner Churchill Value Sires: First 2-Year-Olds, TDN , 17 th January 2021
Tara Madgwick, breednet.com.au , 9 th October 2020
Won the Dewhurst Stakes-Gr.1 in a faster time than Galileo’s Gr.1 sire sons Frankel , New Approach & Teofilo
Won the 2,000 Guineas-Gr.1 in a faster time than the top-class sires Frankel and Camelot
Session topper at Karaka
Berkley Stud’s Churchill filly ex Astrid topped the first day of Book 2 when purchased by Roger James/Robert Wellwood for NZ$200,000 .
She is a star filly. She has got everything. She is by a great racehorse and she has got the potential to be a Karaka Million horse... I followed Churchill’s whole career. He was a very fast horse… Roger James
Pedigree Power! 20 sons of Galileo have sired Gr.1 winners. His full-sister Clemmie , and grandam Airwave , were both Champions and Gr.1-winning 2yos over 1200m. This is also the family of Gr.1-winning sprinters Jwala (1000m) and Dream Of Dreams (1200m). An ideal pedigree for Danehill line mares. "A deep-chested, imposing colt who, on looks at any rate, is built for speed rather than distance" The Sunday Telegraph , 7 th May 2017, after the 2,000 Guineas-Gr.1 “[breeders] look certain to give him strong support in an era when the fashion in the stallion market is for sires likely to produce winning two-year-olds and sprinter/milers." Timeform Racehorses of 2017 "[His fee] seems generous for a horse with Churchill’s pedigree and credentials and he is certainly among the better racehorses to shuttle here."
First Australian crop yearlings in 2021 sold for: $250,000 (Anthony Freedman Racing/Blue Sky Bloodstock) $225,000 (Lindsay Park Racing) $205,000 (McEvoy Mitchell/Belmont Bloodstock) $200,000 (Paul Perry Racing) NZ$200,000 (R.A. James/R. Wellwood) $180,000 (Mitch Freedman Racing) $180,000 (Star T’breds/Randwick Bloodstock) $180,000 (Anthony Cummings T’breds) $170,000 (Danny O'Brien Racing) $160,000 (Kavanagh Racing) $160,000 (F. Cook/John Foote Bloodstock) NZ$160,000 (Glen Harvey Racing) $155,000 (Peter Morgan) $150,000 (Lees Racing/Tasman Bloodstock)
$250,000 colt ex Heavens Touch
Another remarkable season for a truly remarkable sire.
Leading Sires of Group winners in Aus/NZ in 2020/2021
1 10 - I Am Invincible 10 - Savabeel 10 4 Written Tycoon 9 5 SO YOU THINK 8 - Zoustar 8 - Snitzel 8 8 Not A Single Doubt 6 Bloodhound.net.au , 7 th May Leading Sires of 3YO Stakes winners in Australia in 2020/2021 R K S TALLION ST WNRS 1 FASTNET ROCK 4 - Snitzel 4 - Written Tycoon 4 - I Am Invincible 4 Arion.co.nz , 7 th May FASTNET ROCK Leading Sires of 2YO Stakes winners in Australia in 2020/2021 R K S TALLION ST WNRS 1 I Am Invincible 4 - Capitalist 4 3 FASTNET ROCK 3 Arion.co.nz , 7 th May Leading Sires of Lifetime Gr.1-winning 3YO males in Aus/NZ S TALLION YOB GR.1 WNRS FASTNET ROCK 2001 12 Redoute’s Choice 1996 8 Savabeel 2001 5 Snitzel 2002 4 SO YOU THINK 2006 3 Exceed And Excel 2000 3 PIERRO 2009 2 Not A Single Doubt 2001 2 Sebring 2005 2 I Am Invincible 2004 1 Written Tycoon 2002 1 Zoustar 2010 0 Arion.co.nz , 7 th May
Fastnet Rock Multiple Champion sire and an outstanding sire of sires with 8 of his sons already producing Gr.1 winners
The outstanding Avantage winner of 9 Group 1 races, 5 this season!
Fastnet Rock is enjoying a lucrative season, headed by Group 1-winning trio Avantage, Personal and Rocket Spade. RacingAndSports , 28 th March 2021
Top 2YO O’PRESIDENT defeats dual Gr.1 runner-up HILAL to give their sire the 1-2 in the ATC Skyline Stakes-Gr.2 (subsequent Gr.1 winner Captivant was beaten 2½ lengths back in third) . O’PRESIDENT (out of Gr.1-winning Champion 2YO O’Marilyn) and HILAL will both be aimed at the Golden Rose-Gr.1 and Caulfield Guineas-Gr.1 .
FASTNET ROCK Won from 1000m. to 1200m. | Height 16.1½ DANEHILL
NORTHERN DANCER PAS DE NOM HIS MAJESTY SPRING ADIEU
FASTNET ROCK (b. 2001)
NIJINSKY II CRIMSON SAINT MARAUDING TWIGALAE
The most successful sire at stud in Australia is having another fantastic season! Top-class older horses: AVANTAGE , 1 st WRC Telegraph S.- Gr.1 ,
Very exciting 2YOs: O'PRESIDENT , 1 st ATC Skyline S.- Gr.2 SNEAKY FIVE , 1 st MVRC Inglis Banner 2YO S.- L. (R), ATC Golden Gift ACROBAT , 1 st ATC Inglis Nursery- L. (R) HILAL , 2 nd ATC Sires' Produce S.- Gr.1 , ATC Champagne S.- Gr.1 , ATC Skyline S.- Gr.2 RANCH HAND , 2 nd Ken Russell Memorial Classic- Gr.3 (beaten a nose) on 8 th May
Waikato Sprint- Gr.1 , Otaki Maori WFA S.- Gr.1 , New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders S.- Gr.1 , Railway S.- Gr.1 , DREAMFORCE , 1 st ATC Tramway S.- Gr.2 , 2 nd ATC George Ryder S.- Gr.1 PACKING ROCKSTAR , 1 st Japan Trophy- Gr.2 ELEVEN ELEVEN , won over $735,000 this season Fantastic 3YOs: ROCKET SPADE , 1 st New Zealand Derby- Gr.1 , Avondale Guineas- Gr.2 , Auckland Guineas- Gr.2 PERSONAL , 1 st VRC Oaks- Gr.1 , 2 nd MRC Thousand Guineas- Gr.1 , SAJC Australasian Oaks- Gr.1 GLENFIDDICH , 1 st MVRC Bill Stutt S.- Gr.2 , 3 rd MRC Memsie S.- Gr.1 PARURE , 1 st MRC Autumn Classic- Gr.2
Ananda Krishnan of Kia Ora Stud,
breeder of one of the best 2YOs in Australia, the Gr.2 winner O’President
Rocket Spade wins the 2021 New Zealand Derby-Gr.1 to become the 41st Gr.1 winner for his sire. Sherwood Forest , also by Fastnet Rock, won the 2020 edition.
Exceptional looking yearlings in 2021 sold for:
$1,100,000 (James Harron) $825,000 (David Ellis/Andrew Williams) $800,000 (Ciaron Maher) $650,000 (Tony Fung Investments/Phoenix Thoroughbreds)
$600,000 (David Ellis/Andrew Williams) $600,000 (David Ellis/Andrew Williams) $600,000 (Freedman Brothers/China Horse Club)
$600,000 (Belmont Bloodstock) $575,000 (Tony Fung Investments)
$550,000 (Yes Bloodstock/Balmerino Racing) $550,000 (Busuttin Racing/Clarke Bloodstock) $525,000 (Tony Fung Investments/Annabel Neasham)
Winner of the $500,000 Inglis Banner , Sneaky Five follows up with victory in the $1m Golden Gift at Rosehill. She’s owned by Rosemont Stud, bred by Goldin Farms and trained by Ciaron Maher/David Eustace.
The Tom Dabernig & Ben Hayes trained Personal wins the $1m VRC Oaks-Gr.1 . She was bred by Bruce Neill of Cressfield Stud.
Acrobat looks a star in the making when landing the $500,000 Inglis Nursery-L.(R) at Randwick on debut, he will be aimed at the Coolmore Stud Stakes-Gr.1 . Out of Gr.2-winning 2YO Hips Don't Lie , he is a full-brother to the top-class duo Lake Geneva and Ennis Hill .
Stamping his stock.
He was just brilliant on the track and is the only U.S. Triple Crown winner to retire to stud undefeated. He was by far the leading sire at the U.S. weanling sales last year with his first crop and now his first weanlings in Australia are just as impressive.
Leading Weanling Sires in America in 2020 – by average
T OP PRICE
1 JUSTIFY 10 $394,563 $387,500 $600,000 2 War Front 2 $325,000 $325,000 $400,000 3 Into Mischief 12 $237,416 $217,500 $400,000 4 Tapit 3 $209,000 $290,000 $300,000
2021 Australian Weanling Sale – leading sires by average
1 JUSTIFY 4 $218,750 $215,000 2 Spirit of Boom 1 $190,000 $190,000 3 Extreme Choice 1 $160,000 $160,000 4 Caravaggio 1 $160,000 $160,000 5 Capitalist 10 $147,500 $117,500 Inglis.com.au , 10 th May
Won from 1400m. to 2400m. | Height 16.3 JUSTIFY
MR PROSPECTOR LIKEABLE STYLE AWESOME AGAIN BABY ZIP PULPIT VOODOO LILY
JUSTIFY (c. 2015)
By far the best son of sire of sires Scat Daddy
“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.”
Despite a very wet track Justify shows his class and determination to be an impressive winner of the Kentucky Derby-Gr.1
His first Australian weanlings are outstanding!
2018 U.S. HORSE OF THE YEAR AS A 3YO 1 st Kentucky Derby-Gr.1 , 2000m, Churchill Downs, by 2½ lengths 1 st Preakness Stakes-Gr.1 , 1800m, Pimlico, by ½ a length 1 st Belmont Stakes-Gr.1 , 2400m, Belmont, by 1¾ lengths 1 st Santa Anita Derby-Gr.1 , 1800m, Santa Anita, by 3 lengths
1 st Allowance, 1600m, Santa Anita, by 6½ lengths 1 st Maiden, 1400m, Santa Anita, by 9½ lengths
"This one was certainly in the mould of her sire and that is what was really appealing
about her. He really stamped her. She's a lovely moving horse, well- balanced, strong, plenty of size” Suman Hedge , TDN Aus/NZ 6 th May 2021, after
By Champion 2YO sire and Gr.1 sire of sires SCAT DADDY (134 SWs including the dual Australian Gr.1 winner Con Te Partiro). His dam was Gr.3-placed, his grandam was Gr.1-placed and his third dam was a Gr.3 winner over 1200m. His broodmare sire Ghostzapper was a Horse of the Year and has sired 82 SWs. purchasing the highest-priced filly ( Justify ex Now Now) at the Inglis Australian Weanling Sale for $300,000 “We were super lucky to race Justify with WinStar and China Horse Club and he was a great Champion. This colt, I couldn’t believe when I saw him that he looked so much like his sire, maybe a neater, more compact version, but very similar qualities and traits... The horse is built like he will be fast” Henry Field , TDN Aus/NZ 6 th May 2021, after purchasing the second highest-priced colt ( Justify ex Tails Wins) at the Inglis Australian Weanling Sale for $280,000
C. ex Formality – 4-time Group winner and Blue Diamond placegetter by Fastnet Rock. Bred by Lynch Bages
F. ex Ennis Hill – Group-winning 2YO, full-sister to Lake Geneva & Acrobat, by Fastnet Rock ex Hips Don’t Lie. Bred by James Bester & partners
F. ex Fontein Ruby – Gr.2 winning dam of Gr.2 winner Parure. Bred by Robert & Barbara McClure and John & Cath Murray
F. ex Sacred Eye – Gr.3 winner by High Chaparral and half-sister to 2YO Group winner Tulip. Bred by John & Cath Murray
He lived up to his name on the track, and he’s got the pedigree to do it at stud.
The only dual Gr.1-winning 2YO by sire of sires Redoute’s Choice .
A three-parts brother to leading sire Not A Single Doubt .
From the family of leading sire Snippets .
The great looks to cost $1.4m as a yearling.
Leading Sires in Australia in 2020-2021
R K S TALLION (S IRE ) E ARNINGS $ 1 Written Tycoon (Iglesia) 14,186,602 2 Not A Single Doubt ( Redoute's Choice ) 13,237,136 3 I Am Invincible (Invincible Spirit) 12,790,081 4 So You Think (High Chaparral) 11,123,072 5 Snitzel ( Redoute's Choice ) 10,896,340 6 Fastnet Rock (Danehill) 10,220,774 7 Zoustar (Northern Meteor) 10,105,620
Bloodhound, 10 th May
KING’S LEGACY Won from 1200m. to 1600m. | Height 15.3
An outstanding 2YO 1 st ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes-Gr.1 , 1400m, Randwick, beating Ole Kirk , Prague , Mamaragan and Glenfiddich . Previous winners include top-class sires such as Pierro , Sebring , Snippets and Pride Of Dubai . “King Redoute’s legacy lives on in Inglis Sires” ANZ, 5 th April 2020 Group 1 placed 3YO 3 rd ATC Golden Rose Stakes-Gr.1 , 1400m, Rosehill beating Rothfire , Peltzer , Mamaragan etc. The only dual Gr.1-winning juvenile ever by REDOUTE’S CHOICE .
He’s an exceptional colt... one of the best colts in the country of his generation. He’s the full package Hugh Bowman , jockey
1 st ATC Champagne Stakes-Gr.1 , 1600m, Randwick, beating Ole Kirk , Glenfiddich , Holyfield and Aim . Previous winners include Pierro , one of the best sires in Australia.
1 st BJ McLachlan Stakes-Gr.3 , 1200m, Eagle Farm, beating Every Rose and Amish Boy .
DANZIG RAZYANA CANNY LAD DANCING SHOW MR PROSPECTOR SACAHUISTA SUNDAY SILENCE SINGLES BAR
KING’S LEGACY (b. 2017)
BREAKFAST IN BED
“[He] produced an irresistible surge to win the Sires’ Produce Stakes ... he gave fellow million-dollar colt Prague six lengths at the top of the straight before charging home” Chris Roots , Sydney Morning Herald
"We named the horse ' King's Legacy ' with great faith after we paid a lot of money for him because we felt he was the best physical we had seen by the sire and was certainly the best bred that had been offered by the stallion..." James Harron , yearling purchaser of King’s Legacy for $1.4m , Racing And Sports , 18th April 2020
By Champion sire REDOUTE’S CHOICE - 12 sons have sired Gr.1 winners including Snitzel , Not A Single Doubt , Stratum , Beneteau etc. Three-parts brother to NOT A SINGLE DOUBT - a leading sire of 75 SWs including 2020 Golden Slipper winner Farnan , leading 1st crop sire Extreme Choice , Classique Legend etc.
From the family of SNIPPETS – a leading sire of 57 SWs including Pins , Snowland , Hasna , Casual Pass , Scandinavia , Sky Cuddle etc.
Out of a half-sister to top 2YO OOHOOD – won Flight Stakes- Gr.1 , runner-up in the Golden Slipper Stakes- Gr.1 and Sires' Produce Stakes- Gr.1 .
Bred on a similar Redoute’s Choice/Hussonet cross to fellow Gr.1-winning 2YO EXTREME CHOICE , sire of 2021 Golden Slipper winner Stay Inside from his first crop.
“He was reported an absolute star from the people who saw him at the farm. Barry Bowditch, Adrian Hancock and Steph Watkins all absolutely fell in love with him and gave him one of the highest ratings of the year. ‘Superstar’ was bandied around...a super mover and just one of those dudes of a colt that just would take everything in their stride... His action was to die for.” Clint Donovan of Magic Millions where King’s Legacy made $1.4m as a yearling
From the day he was born he was an absolute standout. Segenhoe Stud manager Peter O’Brien , ANZ, 11 th January 2019 “ “
“King’s Legacy, trained by Peter and Paul Snowden, finished strongly to win the $400,000 Champagne Stakes , complementing the colt’s win in the Inglis Sires’ two weeks ago” Ray Thomas , Racing Editor, The Sunday Telegraph
DANZIG FOREIGN COURIER KRIS ELJAZZI SADLER’S WELLS URBAN SEA LEAR FAN FIFE
Won from 1400m. to 1600m. | Height 16.0½
MAGNA GRECIA (b. 2016)
The only son of Invincible Spirit to be a Gr.1 winner at both 2 and 3 years
WITCH OF FIFE
One of the easiest Guineas
1 st 2,000 Guineas-Gr.1 , 1600m, Newmarket, by 2½ lengths (pictured) beating Gr.1 winners King of Change , Ten Sovereigns , Advertise etc. He won it in a faster time than Frankel ! 1 st Futurity Trophy-Gr.1 , 1600m, Doncaster, beating subsequent Gr.1-winning milers Phoenix of Spain and Circus Maximus (at 2)
winners I’ve ever seen Tom Segal , RACING POST “ A taking sort physically, robust and well-made, a bruiser of a colt Timeform , who rated him 124 “ At Newmarket on Saturday, Bob Scarborough , the former Moonee Valley Racing Club chairman and master of Wood Nook Farm, joined fellow Victorian David Hains on the honour roll as breeders of winners of the Group 1 2000 Guineas [after the victory of Magna Grecia ]. Mark Smith , Breednet.com.au , 5th May 2019
1 st Maiden, 1400m, Naas, by 3½ lengths (on debut at 2)
2 nd Autumn Stakes-Gr.3 , 1600m, Newmarket, beaten only a neck by subsequent Gr.1 Classic winning miler Persian King (at 2)
His first foals in Europe are first-class
By Gr.1-winning sprinter and Champion 2YO sire INVINCIBLE SPIRIT whose best sons at stud include the outstanding young European sire KINGMAN (2021 fee £150,000/$265,000) and the Australian sensation I AM INVINCIBLE (2021 fee $220,000). His dam is a Group-winning 2YO and she has also produced 2020 European Champion 2YO and 2021 French 2,000 Guineas-Gr.1 winner ST MARK’S BASILICA . Out of a GALILEO mare like NIGHT OF THUNDER and THE AUTUMN SUN . Value Sires: First Foals … Magna Grecia was a Group 1 winner at two and three. His class was apparent early as a 340,000gns foal purchase by Coolmore, and it didn't take him long to display that class on the racecourse for the partnership of Coolmore and the Niarchos Family; he won the G1 Vertem Futurity Trophy at two over the subsequent Irish 2000 Guineas winner Phoenix Of Spain, and followed up with a 2 ½ length score in the G1 2000 Guineas on seasonal debut. It will certainly help Magna Grecia's chances, too, that he is a son of sire of sires Invincible Spirit, and his half-brother St Mark's Basilica gave the pedigree a major boost last year when winning the G1 Dewhurst Stakes. By Kelsey Riley , TDN , 9th Jan. 2021
Colt ex. Listed winner Twitch bred by Clare Castle Stud
Colt ex. Scorn bred by James Wigan
Filly ex. Intizara bred by Humber Bloodstock
Colt ex. Greatest Place bred by Max Wachman
MERCHANT NAVY Won from 1200m. to 1400m. | Height 16.0 Gr.1-winning 3YO sprinter, like his sire Fastnet Rock and grandsire Danehill
The heir apparent to sire of sires Fastnet Rock (8 sons have already sired Gr.1 winners).
Dual Gr.1-winning 3YO sprinter.
Unbeaten Stakes-winning 2YO.
Bred on the same Danehill / Snippets cross as Snitzel and Hinchinbrook .
Full-brother to 1200m. Gr.2 winner Jolie Bay .
Out of 1200m. Group-winning 2YO Legally Bay .
“The 1200m dash down the Flemington straight has long been considered a sire making race… Merchant Navy added his name to the roll in Saturday’s Coolmore Stud Stakes, taking his place in history in spectacular fashion… Merchant Navy has the pedigree to match his talent for speed.” www.aushorse.com.au , 6 th November 2017
one of the nation’s emerging sprinting superstars www.flemington.com.au , 4 th November 2017 “
DANZIG RAZYANA ROYAL ACADEMY GATANA LUNCHTIME EASY DATE LAST TYCOON CLASS
MERCHANT NAVY (b. 2014)
Diamond Jubilee Stakes winners include: Y EAR W INNER T IME 2018 Merchant Navy 1:12.09 2012 Black Caviar 1:14.10 2010 Starspangledbanner 1:12.57 2003 Choisir 1:12.23 1989 Danehill 1:12.95 Merchant Navy was weighted as a northern hemisphere older horse despite still being a southern hemisphere 3YO! 2014 Brazen Beau 56.5kg 1:10.7 2013 Zoustar 56.5kg 1:09.2 2011 Sepoy 56.5kg 1:10.4 2010 Star Witness 55.5kg 1:09.9 2008 Northern Meteor 55.5kg 1:10.5 1996 Encosta De Lago 52.5kg 1:10.3 The leading Australian first crop sire at the 2021 yearling sales with 85 selling for an average of nearly $125,000 including: Coolmore Stud Stakes winners include: Y EAR W INNER W GT T IME 2019 Exceedance 57kg 1:09.7 2017 Merchant Navy 57kg 1:09.1
C. ex Brugal Reward
$500,000 $425,000 $400,000 $360,000 $340,000 $320,000 $300,000 $300,000 $280,000 $260,000 $250,000 $220,000 $210,000 $210,000 $200,000
C. ex Shrill
Ciaron Maher Bloodstock
C. ex Dee Nine Elle
Black Soil/John Foote/Gollan Racing Boomer Bloodstock/Murray T’breds
F. ex Bacchanal Woman F. ex Alice's Smart F. ex Thunder Lady C. ex Shigeru Sendan C. ex Chasing Mammon F. ex Elusive Wonder
Gai Waterhouse/Adrian Bott/Kestrel T’breds
High Street Racing Pty Ltd
Ciaron Maher/Mark Pilkington Mgmt
Mark Pilkington Mgmt
F. ex Sagaronne
Magic Bloodstock & Associates Australian Bloodstock/Lees Racing George Moore/Team Moore Racing
C. ex Awoke
C. ex Bodhi Blue C. ex Pentolite C. ex Diana's Star C. ex Isle of Capri
KM & VA Schweida
Chris Waller Racing/Mulcaster Bloodstock
“ Merchant Navy is the most talented sprinter I’ve ever trained. We have 8 of his yearlings in our stable and I’m confident he will make it as a stallion.” Ciaron Maher
Thank you. The Coolmore stallions are having another fantastic year and it’s because a lot of fantastic people have put a lot of work into nurturing the talent of their progeny. From planning the matings to boarding, foaling, sales preparation, breaking, vets, farriers, trainers, bloodstock agents etc. it takes expertise and hard work every step of the way. We congratulate you all, here are just some of the people we would like to thank...
Cath & John Murray – breeders of the Gr.3-winning Coolmore graduates Saif ( Pride Of Dubai ) and Rock ( Pierro )
Glenn Burrows of Willow Park Stud - consignor of the $250,000 Churchill yearling colt ex. Heavens Touch
Ozzie Kheir – part-owner of the Gr.1-winning Ballydoyle graduate Sir Dragonet ( Camelot )
Mick Malone of Kitchwin Hills – consignors of Gr.1 winner Dreamforce ( Fastnet Rock ) and Gr.2 winner Yaletown ( Vancouver )
Sandra & Bob Peters - owner/breeders of multiple Gr.1 winner Arcadia Queen, Gr.1 winner Regal Power and Gr.2 winner Action (all by Pierro )
Ian Smith of Edinburgh Park – breeder of Gr.2 winner Glenfiddich ( Fastnet Rock ), multiple Stakes winner Eleven Eleven ( Fastnet Rock ) and Gr.2 winner Rubisaki ( Rubick )
Robert & Barbara McClure – owner/breeders of Gr.2 winner Parure ( Fastnet Rock ) and part- owners of Gr.3 winners Persan ( Pierro ) and Realm Of Flowers ( So You Think )
Laurence & Linda Monds of Tyreel Stud – breeders of Gr.2 winner Every Rose ( Choisir )
Cathy Hains of Burnewang North – breeder of Gr.2 winner Need I Say More ( No Nay Never )
Jonathan Munz – owner of Stakes winner Groundswell ( Fastnet Rock )
Chris Watson of Mill Park Stud – consignor of Gr.2 winner Peltzer ( So You Think )
Arthur Mitchell of Yarraman Park Stud – breeder of Gr.2-pl Never Talk ( No Nay Never )
Bruce Neill – breeder of Gr.1 winner Personal ( Fastnet Rock ) and Gr.2 winner Nimalee ( So You Think )
Lindsay Maxsted – part-owner of Gr.1
Steve Grant of Silverdale Stud – purchaser of the $300,000 Justify filly ex. Now Now at the Inglis Weanling Sale
Claire & Denis O’Brien – breeders of the Coolmore graduates, Gr.2 winner Pretty Brazen and Stakes winner Game Keeper ( Fastnet Rock )
winner Personal ( Fastnet Rock )
Robert Crabtree - breeder of Stakes winner Sacramento ( Pierro )
Karen & Willie Calder – breeders at Coolmore of 9-time Gr.1 winner Avantage ( Fastnet Rock )
Nigel Austin & Anthony Mithen of Rosemont Stud – owners of 2YO Stakes winner Sneaky Five ( Fastnet Rock )
Reg Kemister – breeder of the $280,000 Justify ex. Tails Wins colt at Inglis Weanling Sale
John Foote - buyer of the $400,000 Merchant Navy ex. Dee Nine Elle colt at Magic Millions in January
Ricky Surace of B2B Thoroughbreds – breeder of the $500,000 Merchant Navy ex. Brugal Reward colt at Magic Millions in January
John Singleton of Strawberry Hill Stud – breeder of the $800,000 Fastnet Rock ex. Dreams And Wishes filly at Magic Millions in January
Russell Board and Des Whybird – breeders of Gr.3 winner Realm Of Flowers ( So You Think )
Sir Owen Glenn – breeder of the $320,000 Merchant Navy filly ex. Thunder Lady
Kevin Moloney of Segenhoe Stud – breeder of the $1m So You Think ex. Martilago colt at Inglis Easter
Guy Mulcaster – purchaser of the $625,000 American Pharoah colt ex. Carrignavar at Inglis Easter
David Ellis – yearling purchaser of Avantage ( Fastnet Rock ), In A Twinkling ( Fastnet Rock ), Need I Say More ( No Nay Never ) etc.
Gerry Harvey – breeder of Gr.1 winner Fawaz ( Fastnet Rock ), Stakes winner Baller ( High Chaparral ) etc.
A Top 10 sire in Australia for the fourth season in a row, just like Not a Single Doubt , Fastnet Rock ,
Written Tycoon , I Am Invincible and Snitzel
(Bloodhound, 17 th May 2021)
...it’s always heartening to unearth a stallion that can sire top-class racehorses at both ends of the distance spectrum. In fact, you could say that Danehill set the standard...In Pierro , Australia has found another such sire. Pierro Outstanding success on the track with 24 Stakes winners and progeny earnings of over $54,000,000 from his first 3 crops. TDN Australia & New Zealand “
Won from 1000m. to 1600m. | Height 16.1 PIERRO
ZABEEL EIGHT CARAT STRAIGHT STRIKE CONCIA DOYOUN DALTAWA SADLER’S WELLS CRIQUETTE
PIERRO (b. 2009)
MISS RIGHT NOTE
Unbeaten Triple Crown-winning Champion 2YO
1 st ATC Canterbury Stakes-Gr.1 , 1300m, Rosehill 1 st ATC George Ryder Stakes-Gr.1 , 1500m, Rosehill 1 st ATC Hobartville Stakes-Gr.2 , 1400m, Rosehill 1 st MVRC Bull Stutt Stakes-Gr.2 , 1600m, Moonee Valley 1 st ATC Run To The Rose-Gr.3 , 1200m, Rosehill 1 st ATC Champagne Stakes-Gr.1 , 1600m, Randwick 1 st ATC Silver Slipper Stakes-Gr.2 , 1100m, Rosehill 1 st ATC Todman Stakes-Gr.2 , 1200m, Rosehill 1 st ATC Breeders Plate-L.R. , 1000m, Randwick, on debut Top-class profit in the ring… 2021 yearlings sold for $850,000, $750,000, $650,000, $550,000, $520,000, $500,000, $475,000, $450,000, $450,000, $420,000, $400,000, $360,000, $320,000, $310,000, $300,000, $300,000, $300,000, $300,000 etc. Dual Gr.1-winning 3YO 1 st ATC Golden Slipper-Gr.1 , 1200m, Rosehill 1 st ATC Sires Produce Stakes-Gr.1 , 1400m, Randwick, in record time
24 Stakes winners from his first 3 crops including:
ARCADIA QUEEN , $3,991,035, 1 st VRC LKS Mackinnon S.- Gr.1 , WATC Kingston Town Classic- Gr.1 , MRC Caulfield S.- Gr.1
SHADOW HERO , $1,872,593, 1 st ATC Randwick Guineas- Gr.1 , ATC Spring Champion S.- Gr.1
PIERATA , $5,802,940, 1 st ATC All Aged S.- Gr.1 , ATC Shorts H.- Gr.2 , ATC Missile S.- Gr.2
REGAL POWER , $3,868,970, 1 st WATC Railway S.- Gr.1 , WATC Western Australian Derby- Gr.2 , WATC Ted Van Heemst S.- Gr.2
LEVENDI , $1,708,150, 1 st ATC Australian Derby- Gr.1 , ATC Tulloch S.- Gr.2
PINOT , 1 st VRC VRC Oaks- Gr.1 , MRC Ethereal S.- Gr.3
FURORE , $6,768,602, 1 st HKJC Hong Kong Derby- Gr.1 (HK), HKJC Jockey Club Cup- Gr.2 , HKJC Sa Sa Ladies' Purse H.- Gr.3
DRAGON LEAP , 1 st ARC Auckland Guineas- Gr.2 , ARC Avondale Guineas- Gr.2
ACTION , 1 st WATC Western Australian Derby- Gr.2
REELEM IN RUBY , 1 st ATC Hot Danish S.- Gr.2
TULIP , $1,049,875, 1 st ATC Magic Night S.- Gr.3 , MVRC Typhoon Tracy S.- Gr.3 , 3 rd ATC Golden Slipper S.- Gr.1
ROY HAD ENOUGH , 1 st Scottsville Track & Ball Derby- Gr.3
PERSAN , $1,005,021, 1 st VRC Bart Cummings H.- Gr.3
ROCK , 1 st Newcastle JC Cameron H.- Gr.3 , Newcastle JC Cameron H.- Gr.3
BELLEVUE HILL , 1 st ATC Schweppervescence H.- Gr.3 , 2 nd ATC Todman S.- Gr.2
Christine & Francis Cook , breeders of the $850,000 colt ex. Lasqueti Spirit at Inglis Easter 12 Stakes winners since the start of 2020 including Gr.1 winners Arcadia Queen and Shadow Hero, Gr.2 winners Dragon Leap, Furore etc.
ARCADIA PRINCE , 1 st WATC AJ Scahill S.- Gr.3
GAMAY , 1 st MRC Ethereal S.- Gr.3
ROCHA CLOCK , 1 st Scone RC Dark Jewel Classic H.- Gr.3
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