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Spring/Summer 2018 THIS ISSUE

STATE ANNUAL AWARDS WINNERS TIMEFORM REVIEW SPRING RACING 2018 FIRST SEASON SIRE FOALS

NSW-BRED STAKES WINNERS HERE AND OVERSEAS PEDIGREE WORKSHOPS STRIKING GOLD FOR BREEDERS

Cover photo: Wonderous “WINX” 29 straight stakes wins


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President’s Report

President’s Report It’s been a big year for Thoroughbred Breeders NSW with a number of administrative and executive changes bringing new blood to the organisation as we enter our second century operating as an organisation acting in the interest of thoroughbred breeders across New South Wales. One of our biggest changes has been to relocate our office in January to the Hunter Valley Equine Research Centre in Scone, alongside new residents Racing Australia Equine Genetics Research Laboratory. In addition, the grand opening of the Inglis Riverside Sales Complex, was another high point to a successful sales season for our members this year with strong demand for high quality yearlings, weanlings and bloodstock once again proving that New South Wales is the source of Australia’s thoroughbred champions. Changes made to our board, included the resignation’s of President Mr Derek Field of Widden Stud and Mr Andrew Baddock of Gooree Park, we sincerely thank Derek for his 14 years of service with TBNSW including his 4 year term as dedicated President and Andrew for 8 years as committeeman. In replacement we are delighted to announce members Mr Olly Tait of Twin Hills Stud and Mr Vin Cox of Godolphin taking up casual appointments as committee members, the appointment of Hamish Esplin as Vice President and myself stepping into the role as President. Seminars we conducted in August provided much needed support and guidance to breeders, we thank the knowledge and support of everyone who gave up their time to run these seminars and for making those days such a highlight of the calendar year. The board has received feedback from members of other states’ organisations that attended having said they wished that they could repeat our seminars at home. We are indeed very lucky to have access to such experience and knowledge for all equine veterinary and husbandry matters in our great wstate the breeding capital of Australia. NSW BREEDERS’ UPDATE Spring/Summer 2018

Of course, we must recognise that 2018 brought some of the worst drought conditions in living memory which plagued most parts of the state. The community spirit and dedication in such trying circumstances is a testament to the determination and perseverance of all farmers across Australia and the strength of our agricultural bonds. This year we changed the way we conducted our award ceremonies traditionally held at stallion parades in the Hunter Valley and to our sponsors race day which held at Rosehill. Instead we hosted the inaugural TBNSW Directors Luncheon at Randwick on George Main Stakes Day in September 2018. A perfect fit to award our annual breeding champions at the birth of each new spring breeding season and racing carnivals. All who attended hailed the day a triumph as attendees witnessed history in the making with NSW Bred Champion ‘Winx’ marking 27 straight wins, an extraordinarily great day for the board and members to join in with ATC directors’ celebrations and welcoming our new and loyal major partnership sponsors.

In closing I would like again to congratulate our breeders for another successful NSW dominate year, Mr Les Young being awarded Life Membership of NSW Breeders and thank our new Executive Officer Mrs Julianne Christopher for her support services to our members. TBNSW and its board are committed to addressing concerns of breeders in relation to issues around; imposed regulations, welfare, research and development, education and skills shortages, furthering benefits to BOBS Bonuses implementing incentives to make breeding more financially viable for smaller breeders and encourage newcomers to the breeding industry. Once again we finish the year with a NSW bred horse being named as the highest rated horse of the year and we hope that our members can achieve lofty heights again in 2019. Wishing you all a safe and cheerful holiday season. Tom Kelly President

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President: Mr Tom Kelly Vice President: Mr Hamish Esplin Treasurer: Mr Paddy Power Committee: Mr Vin Cox Mr Stuart Lamont Mr Peter Orton Ms Caroline Searcy Mr Olly Tait Mr Les Young Executive Officer: Mrs Julianne Christopher

Life Members of TBNSW: Mr Jim Bartholomew Mrs Jennifer Churchill Mr John Clift Mr John Inglis Mr Lionel Israel Mr John W. Kelly Mr John Kelso Major E.N. Larkin Mr Russ Lazarus Mr Trevor Lobb Mr John Muir Mr Fred Pesiah Ms Anne Raymond Mrs Pamela Rose Mr George Ryder Mr Don Storey Mr Richard Turnley Mr Leslie Young

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Timeform Review

Timeform Review of 2018 Spring Carnivals in Sydney and Melbourne Article by Les Young, photos courtesy of Martin King Sportspix, timeform ratings courtesy of Racing and Sports.

Wonderous Winx

Wondrous Winx steals the spring spotlight Les Young reviews the spring carnivals in Sydney and Melbourne

Champion Winx (Street Cry) boosted her profile even higher during the spring, putting racing on the front page of the nation’s newspapers and on TV news as she extended her record breaking sequence of wins. Returning to competition as a seven-year-old, the great mare proved to be as good as ever, if not better, as she progressed to her main spring target, an unprecedented fourth consecutive victory in the MVRC W.S. Cox Plate (Gr. 1, 2040m). Bred in NSW by John Camilleri’s Fairway Thoroughbreds, Winx resumed in what was the ATC Warwick Stakes (Gr. 1,1400m), now renamed the Winx Stakes, at Randwick on August 18 to record her 26th straight win and go past the record unbeaten tally of 25 set by another great mare, Black Caviar (Bel Esprit).

NSW BREEDERS’ UPDATE Spring/Summer 2018

In the George Main Stakes (Gr.1, 1600m), sponsored by Optic White, Winx defeated underrated gelding Le Romain (Hard Spun) to record her 27th straight victory before going on to Melbourne for the VRC Turnbull Stakes (Gr. 1, 2000m) at Flemington for her 28th consecutive win then winding up her spring campaign when outclassing Godolphin raider Benbatl (Dubawi), earlier successful in the 2018 MRC Caulfield Stakes (Gr. 1, 2000m), in the Cox Plate at Moonee Valley on October 27,This was her fourth win in Australia’s weight-for-age middle distance championship and her 29th straight win remarkably spread over five seasons. Winx now has the record of 39 starts for 33 wins and three seconds to return record earnings of $22,934,925 with more likely to come in the autumn before her expected retirement to stud.Timeform has awarded Winx a current rating of 129.

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Older Sprinters The second running of the $13 million The Everest at Randwick on October 13, the world’s richest race run on turf, was the target of every owner and trainer of a top class sprinter in Australia and there was tremendous competition to gain one of only 12 available slots. Two contenders staked early claims on July 28 when Vega Magic (Lope de Vega), second last year, took the Bletchingly Stakes (Gr. 3, 1200m) in Melbourne and “talking horse” Nature Strip (Nicconi) won the SAJC Lightning Stakes (Listed, 1050m) then went on to take the Ian McEwen Stakes (Gr. 2,1000m) at Moonee Valley on September 8 with exhibitions of sheer speed. Inaugural winner of The Everest (1200m), Redzel (Snitzel), showed he was still a force with a first up success in the ATC Concorde Stakes (Gr. 3, 1000m) at Randwick on September 1 while other proven high quality performers like Trapeze Artist (Snitzel),Santa Ana Lane (Lope de Vega), Shoals (Fastnet Rock), Brave Smash (Tosen Phantom), In Her Time (Time Thief) and Viddora (I Am Invincible) also looked worthy of gaining a start. Trapeze Artist had two lead up runs for a third to Godolphin import Home of the Brave (Starspangledbanner) in the Theo Marks Stakes (Gr.2,

Redzel (Snitzel x Miklrich) 6

1300m) and a fourth to impressive winner Santa Ana Lane in the Premiere Stakes (Gr. 2, 1200m) at Randwick in which Shoals was second and In Her Time third. The final field for The Everest was of higher overall quality than any Graded sprint event during the spring and the race deserved Group 1 status but this is unfairly impossible under the Australian Pattern System. Champion Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien sent out his multiple Group 1 winner US Navy Flag (War Front) to provide some international competition for our best sprinters but sadly the Randwick track on raceday came up heavy and many fancied runners like US Navy Flag had their chances ruined leaving mudlark Redzel to repeat his win of a year earlier with a wonderful, front running display to defeat Trapeze Artist and Goldolphin’s strong finishing Osborne Bulls (Street Cry) with Le Romain fourth. With a current Timeform rating of 126, Redzel, later to finish fifth in the VRC Sprint Classic (Gr. 1,1200m) has won 14 races and placed seven times to earn for his large Triple Crown Syndicate of owners $15,397,000 which makes him second only to Winx among Australian prizemoney earners with

Santa Ana Lane (Lope De Vega x Fast Fleet)

both being graduates of the Gold Coast Magic Millions Yearling Sale. Osborne Bulls finished off his spring campaign with a stylish win in the VRC Linlithgow Stakes (Gr. 2, 1200m) so a Group 1 may come for him in the autumn. Santa Ana Lane, fifth in The Everest, was soon to show his appreciation of firmer going by winning the VRC Sprint Classic in November while Japanese-bred Brave Smash, another of the unplaced brigade in The Everest, returned to Melbourne to win the MVRC Manikato Stakes (Gr. 1, 1200m) at his next start.

Trapeze Artist (Snitzel x Domesday) NSW BREEDERS’ UPDATE Spring/Summer 2018


Land of Plenty (Stratum x Dancing)

Kementari (Lohnro x Yavanna)

Pierata (Pierro x November Flight)

Godolphin’s Successful Spring Godolphin had a very lucrative spring in both Melbourne and Sydney with fly in, fly out raiders and a mix of imports and locally bred horses trained by James Cummings. Handsome gelding Avilius (Pivotal) was guided by Cummings through a series of restricted and stakes wins in Sydney and Melbourne leading up to a start in the VRC Melbourne Cup while veteran Hartnell (Authorized) carried top weight to win the ATC Epsom Handicap (Gr. 1, 1600m) at Randwick on September 29 to justify his present Timeform rating of 127.Hartnell then went down to Melbourne to finish second to Land of Plenty (Stratum) in the MRC Toorak Handicap (Gr. 1, 1600m) at Caulfield. Land of Plenty was bred in NSW by the Esplin family. James Cummings pulled off another important race for Godolphin on Victoria Derby day when import Best of Days (Azamour) won the Kennedy Mile (Cantala Stakes) (Gr. 1, 1600m). Godolphin’s two Britain-based trainers, Saeed bin Suroor and Charlie Appleby, both sent small, select teams to Melbourne with spectacular results. Saeed bin Suroor’s Dubawi stallion Benbatl captured the MRC Caulfield Stakes (Gr. 1, 2000m) beating the Appleby-trained Blair House (Pivotal)before chasing Winx home in the W.S. Cox Plate.The trainer captured a second Group 1,the VATC Caulfield Cup (Gr. 1, 2400m), with the courageous stallion Best Solution (Kodiac) who failed to stay the distance when he backed up in the VRC Melbourne Cup (Gr. 1, 3200m). It was left to Charlie Appleby to finally give Godolphin a long sought after victory in the Melbourne Cup with lightly weighted gelding Cross Counter (Teofilo), a Northern Hemisphere time three-year-old who produced an overpowering late finish to snatch the prize.

NSW BREEDERS’ UPDATE Winter/Spring 2018

Appleby also had a major success for Godolphin with sprinting stallion Jungle Cat (Iffraaj) in the Rupert Clarke Stakes (Gr. 1, 1400m).Jungle Cat is retiring tostud in Britain in 2019. Two other imports to impress in Melbourne were Yucatan (Galileo) and Homesman (War Front).Yucatan scored an incredibly easy win in the MRC Herbert Power Handicap (Gr. 2400m) but failed badly in the Melbourne Cup while Homesman captured the MRC Underwood Stakes (Gr. 1, 2000m) before finishing second to Best Solution in the Caulfield Cup. Four-year-old stallion Pierata (Pierro), bred in NSW by Grahame Mapp’s historic Hobartville Stud, continued his good three-year-old form in the spring, winning the Sydney Stakes (Gr. 3, 1200m), a consolation for The Everest, before finishing third to Santa Ana Lane in the VRC Classic and this earner of more than $2.75 million deserves a Group 1 success in the autumn. Teofilo gelding Humidor opened his spring campaign with a stylish victory in the MRC Memsie Stakes (Gr. 1, 1400m) defeating Kementari (Lonhro) and showed consistency with later third placings in the Underwood Stakes, Caulfield Stakes and the W.S. Cox Plate. Godolphin’s ultra handsome stallion Kementari had a rather disappointing spring except for a fast finishing and luckless third in the Manikato Stakes so it is hoped he can win at least one more feature race in the autumn before his likely retirement to stud in 2019. NSW-bred mare Youngstar (High Chaparral) is another four-year-old worthy of mention for her performances against the best during the spring.Smallish and still not fully mature, she was a fine second to Winx in the Turnbull Stakes and ran very well for sixth in the Melbourne Cup so look out for her in the autumn.

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TImeform Review (continued)

A number of other three-year-old colts and geldings performed well during the spring in Sydney and Melbourne, notably Zousain (Zoustar), Sesar (Sebring), Extra Brut (Domesday), Graff (Star Witness), Lean Mean Machine (Zoustar) and Written By (Written Tycoon). Future Widden Stud stallion Zousain continued from his juvenile days in finding another just a little better on the day but his turn for a major win should come in the autumn.Bred in the Hunter Valley by Richard Pegum, Zousain was runner up to The Autumn Sun in the Golden Rose before filling the same position in a closely contested Coolmore Stud (Ascot Vale) Stakes (Gr. 1, 1200m) behind the outstanding filly Sunlight (Zoustar). Queensland-trained Sesar, bred by Howard Blight in NSW, handled the heavy conditions at Randwick on October 6 to beat the talented Sandbar (Snitzel) in the ATC Roman Consul Stakes (Gr, 2, 1200m).

The Autumn Sun (Redoute’s Choice x Azmiyna)

Three Year Olds Clear leader among Australia’s three-year-olds this season is future Arrowfield Stud stallion The Autumn Sun (Redoute’s Choice) who in the spring added two more Group 1 victories to the BRC J.J. Atkins Stakes (Gr. 1, 1600m) he won as a late two-year-old. Only once defeated, most unluckily when third, in six starts to date, this quality individual out of the Aga Khan-bred Galileo mare Azmiyna, is still maturing and is expected to be even better in the autumn when an early target will be the ATC Randwick Guineas (Gr. 1, 1600m). Early in the spring The Autumn Sun impressed in coming from last to take the ATC Golden Rose (Gr. 1,1400m) but the race which really stamped his class was the MRC Caulfield Guineas (Gr. 1, 1600m) in which his effortless,four- and-a-half lengths victory made him look very special.Certainly, the Timeform experts are of that view, awarding The Autumn Sun a rating of 126, well clear of any of his contemporaries.

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Extra Brut was the staying star among the spring threeyear-olds in Melbourne, scoring an impressive victory in the VRC Victoria Derby (Gr. 1, 2500m) before finishing a fine third in the weight-for-age L.K.S.. Mackinnon Stakes (Gr. 1, 2000m) behind the older Trap For Fools (Poet’s Voice). Graff, a powerful son of Star Witness bred in NSW by B2B Bloodstock, finished fifth against the best older sprinters in The Everest at his most recent start but had earlier looked a colt of real class when easily winning the ATC San Domenico Stakes (Gr. 3, 1100m) before his first defeat when second to Lean Mean Machine in the ATC Run To The Rose (Gr. 2,1200m) after which he was third behind The Autumn Sun and Zousain in the Golden Rose so we look forward to his return in the autumn. Blue Diamond Stakes winner Written By had only three starts in the spring, winning over 1000m at Caulfield before taking the MRC Blue Sapphire Stakes and then finishing fourth in a star- studded Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington. Emerging late in the Melbourne spring was Ringerdingding (Sebring – Maybe I, by Red Ransom) who charged home late to defeat top filly Seabrook (Hinchinbrook) in the MRC Sandown Guineas (Gr. 2, 1600m) and should be a player in some of the big races during the autumn.

Graff (Star Witness x Dinkum Diamond) NSW BREEDERS’ UPDATE Spring/Summer 2018


Three Year Old Fillies Six or seven three-year-old fillies starred in the spring, standouts being Sunlight (Zoustar), Smart Melody (Smart Missile),Maid of Heaven (Smart Missile) and Amphitrite (Sebring) with honourable mentions for Miss Fabulass (Frankel), Oohood (I Am Invincible), Aristia (Lonhro) and Thrillster (Starspangledbanner). Bred by a partnership headed by Widden Stud, Sunlight had a testing campaign as a two-year-old, proving her toughness and class, winning the Magic Millions 2YO Classic, ATC Silver Slipper Stakes (Gr. 2, 1100m) and ATC Magic Night Stakes (Gr. 3, 1200m) before finishing third to Estijaab (Snitzel) and Oohood in the Golden Slipper Stakes. Sunlight showed she was as good as ever in the spring in taking the MRC Quezette Stakes (Gr. 3, 1100m) and the MRC Thoroughbred Club Stakes (Gr. 3,1200m) before an unlucky unplaced effort in the MVRC Manikato Stakes but brought back to her own age against the top colts she soon atoned with a game victory in the VRC Coolmore Stud (Ascot Vale) Stakes (Gr. 1, 1200m) run in 1:08.72. In this race she famously led home a trifecta for her young sire Zoustar (Northern Meteor) to earn a Timeform rating of 116, the same figure given to the ill-fated Smart Melody. Trainer Tony McEvoy has done a fine job with Sunlight, now earner of more than $3 million, and so, too, did trainer Kris Lees with Smart Melody, a Gooree Park homebred who won her first five starts before failing to run out 1600m when unplaced in the MRC Thousand Guineas (Gr. 1, 1600m) won in dashing style by Amphitrite (Timeform 115+).Smart Melody’s wins included the VRC Cap d’Antibes Stakes (Listed,1100m) and the MRC Thousand Guineas Prelude (Tranquil Star Stakes) (Gr. 2,1400m) but sadly the filly died from colic while spelling in early December. Smart Missile, Smart Melody’s sire, is now standing at Twin Hills Stud in southern NSW after beginning his breeding career at Arrowfield

NSW BREEDERS’ UPDATE Spring/Summer 2018

and he came up with another good filly in the spring, Maid of Heaven, who overturned the colts Aramayo (Poet’s Voice) and Thinkin’ Big (High Chaparral) in the ATC Spring Champion Stakes (Gr. 1, 2000m) on October 6. Amphitrite was sensational in the Thousand Guineas prompting connections to start her next in the weight-for-age VRC Empire Rose Stakes (Gr. 1, 1600m) against older mares but she was badly blocked in running to finish a long way behind the winner Shillelagh (Savabeel). While Amphitrite’s ability to run the distance was in question, her next and final start of the spring came in the VRC Oaks (Gr. 1, 2500m) in which she started favourite but pulled up lame to finish last. Winner of the Oaks was Aristia who five days earlier had taken the VRC Wakeful Stakes (Gr. 2, 2000m). John Singleton’s superbly related homebred Miss Fabulass (Frankel – Samantha Miss, by Redoute’s Choice), although still green, impressed in winning the ATC Tea Rose Stakes (Gr. 2, 1400m) at Randwick on September 15 beating top filly Fiesta (I Am Invincible) but as a short priced favourite she could then only finish fourth in the ATC Flight Stakes (Gr. 1, 1600m) on September 29, a race which enabled Oohood to finally break her maiden if only by a narrow margin,

Zousain (Zoustar x Pasar Silbano)

Oohood, who traces to Easy Date, did not win at two years but contested a number of the top events, placing in the MRC Blue Diamond Stakes, Golden Slipper Stakes and the ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes and after the Flight Stakes she further underlined her class when third to The Autumn Sun in the Caulfield Guineas to take her earnings to $1,490,800. NSW-bred Thrillster was another filly to put up several good performances during the Melbourne spring, winning the MVRC Atlantic Jewel; Stakes (Listed, 1200m),placing second in the Thousand Guineas Prelude and fifth in the Thousand Guineas.

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TImeform Review (continued)

Dubious (Not A Single Doubt x Supicieuse)

Oohood (I Am Invincible x Bella Sunday)

Two Year Olds Form in the early spring features for juveniles is often hard to evaluate but in Sydney among the colts to show good ability were ATC Breeders’ Plate (Gr. 3,1000m) winner Dubious (Not a Single Doubt) and runner up Covert Ops (I Am Invincible), Czarson (Stratum), Time To Reign (Time For War) and Godolphin’s Tassort, a member of the first crop of Brazen Beau (I Am Invincible). Sydney-trained speedster Unite and Conquer (Hinchinbrook) won at Flemington and more recently took the Magic Millions 2YO at Wyong before heading to the Gold Coast. Yarraman Park Stud’s outstanding young sire I Am Invincible appears to have his finest ever group of two-year-olds.Apart from the previously mentioned Covert Ops, fillies by him to impress are Catch Me, winner of the ATC Gimcrack Stakes (Gr. 3, 1000m) and Espaaniyah, brilliant winner of the Inglis 2YO Banner

Covert Ops (I Am Invincible x Fine Bubbles)

at Moonee Valley, and Vinicunca, winner of the VRC Maribyrnong Plate (Gr.3, 1000m). Timeform at time of writing has Covert Ops, Dubious and Tassort equal on 112 at the head of their ratings but a number of others are not far behind as you will see from the accompanying tables.The Gold Coast Magic Millions 2YO Classic may produce a new leader before lead up races for the Blue Diamond Stakes and the Golden Slipper better define the strength of the juvenile crop.

Tassort (Brazen Beau x Essaouria) 10

NSW BREEDERS’ UPDATE Spring/Summer 2018


Australian Timeform Ratings

Australian Timeform Ratings Spring Racing Season Five Year Old + Rank

Horse

1

Winx

7M

Street Cry (IRE)-Vegas Showgirl (NZ) (Al Akbar (AUS)) CHRIS WALLER

2

Hartnell

7G

Authorized (IRE)-Debonnaire (GB) (Anabaa (USA)) JAMES CUMMINGS

3

Redzel

6G

Santa Ana Lane 5

8

10

PR $3,886,500

TFE 129+

$724,200

127

Snitzel (AUS)-Millrich (AUS) (Rubiton (AUS)) P & P SNOWDEN

$6,670,200

126

6G

Lope De Vega (IRE)-Fast Fleet (AUS) (Fastnet Rock (AUS)) ANTHONY FREEDMAN

$1,242,700

126

Blair House

5G

Pivotal (GB)-Patroness (GB) (Dabawi (IRE)) C APPLEBY

$253,700

124

Le Romain

6G

Hard Spun (USA)-Mignard (AUS) (Strategic (AUS)) KRIS LEES

$1,182,500

124

Marmelo

5H

Duke Of Marmalade-Capriolla (GB) (In The Wings (GB)) H MORRISON

$1,045,100

124

Humidor

6G

Teofilo (IRE)-Zalika (NZ) (Zabel (NZ)) DARREN WEIR

$1,153,500

123

Jungle Cat

6H

Iffraaj (GB)-Mike’s Wildcat (USA) (Forest Wildcat (USA)) C APPLEBY

$369,500

123

Osbourne Bulls

5G

Street Cry (IRE)-Jerezana (AUS) (Lonhro (AUS)) JAMES CUMMINGS

$1,466,500

122

Vega Magic

6G

Lope De Vega (IRE)-Admirable (AUS) (Magic Albert (AUS)) D & B HAYES & T DABERNIG

$345,000

122

Four Year Old Rank

Horse

1

Benbati

4H

2

Best Solution

4

7

9

12

PR

TFE

Dubawi (IRE)-Nahrain (GB) (Selkirk (USA)) SAEED BIN SUROOR

$1,403,400

129

4H

Kodiac (GB)-Al Andalyya (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) SAEED BIN SUROOR

$3,710,000

125

Pierata

4H

Pierro (AUS)-November Flight (AUS) (Flying Spur(AUS)) GREGORY HICKMAN

$511,200

125

Grunt

4H

O’reilly (NZ)-Ruqqaya (NZ) (Van Nistelrooy (USA)) MICK PRICE

$492,000

123

Kementari

4H

Lonhro (AUS)-Yavanna (AUS) (Redoute’s Choice (AUS) JAMES CUMMINGS

$363,600

123

Yucatan

4H

Galileo (IRE)-Six Perfections (FR) (Celtic Swing (G)) A P O’BRIEN

$399,900

123

Kings Will Dream

4G

Casamento (IRE)-Road Habour (USA) (Rodrigo De Triano (USA) DARREN WEIR

$399,000

122

Trapeze Artist

4H

Snitzel (AUS)-Treppes (AUS) (Domesday (AUS))GERALD RYAN

$2,140,000

122

Homesman

4G

War Front (USA)-My Annette (USA) (Red Ransom (USA) LIAM HOWLEY

$1,217,000

121

Nature Strip

4G

Nicconi (AUS)-Strikeline (AUS) (Desert Sun (GB)) DARREN WEIR

$131,000

121

NSW BREEDERS’ UPDATE Spring/Summer 2018


Three Year Old Rank

Horse

1

The Autumn Sun

3C

2

Cross Counter

3G

3

Arcadia Queen

3F

4

Latrobe

3C

Zousain

3C

Rostropovich

3C

Sesar

3C

Extra Brut

3C

Furrion

3G

Graff

3C

Lean Mean Machine

3C

6

8

Redoute’s Choice (AUS)-Azmiyna (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) CHRIS WALLER Teofilo (IRE)-Waitress (USA) (Kingmambo (AUS)) C APPLEBY Pierro (AUS)-Arcadia (AUS) (Redoute’s Choice (AUS)) G & A Williams Camelot (GB)-Question Times (GB) (Shamardal (USA)) JOSEPH O’BRIEN Zoustar (AUS)-Pasar Silbano (IRE) (Elnadim (USA)) CHRIS WALLER Frankel (GB)-Tyranny (GB) (Machiavellian (USA) A P O’BRIEN Sebring (AUS)-Sarthemare (AUS) (Street Cry (IRE) STEVEN O’DEA Domesday (AUS)-Dom Perion (AUS) (Redoute’s Choice (AUS)) DARREN WEIR Camelot (GB)-Acquainted (GB) (Shamardal (USA)) DARREN WEIR Star Witness (AUS)-Dinku Diamond (AUS) (Keep The Faith (AUS)) KRIS LEES Zoustar (AUS)-She’s Meaner (AUS) (Falvelon (AUS)) CHRIS WALLER

PR

TFE

$1,829,500

126

$4,215,600

125

$1,053,200

121

$512,700

119

$376,900

119

$494,800

118

$192,700

118

$1,557,100

117

$199,700

117+

$819,200

117+

$220,300

117

Two Year Old Rank

Horse

1

Tassort

2C

2

Covert Ops

2C

Dubious

2C

Brooklyn Hustle

2F

Unite And Conquer

2C

6

Catch Me

2F

7

Accession

2C

Czarson

2C

Art Collection

2F

Bella Rosa

2F

Champagne Boom

2F

Espaaniyah

2F

Krameric

2C

Lankan Star

2F

Strasbourg

2C

Time To Reign

2C

Vinicunca

2F

4

9

PR Brazen Beau (AUS)-Essaouira (AUS) (Exceed And Excel (AUS) JAMES CUMMINGS I Am Invincible (AUS)-fine Bubbles (AUS) (Casion Prince (AUS)) GERALD RYAN Not A Single Doubt (AUS)-Suspicieuse (FR) (Elusive City (USA) C MAHER & D EUSTACE Starspangledbanner (AUS)-Joint Aspiration (GB) (Pivotal (GB)) JASON WARREN Hinchinbrook (AUS)-Maglissa (AUS) (Magnus (AUS)) G WATERHOUSE & A BOTT I Am Invincible (AUS)-Captivating Claire (NZ) (O’reilly (NZ)) P & P SNODEN Brazen Beau (AUS)-Ready As Elle (AUS) (More Than Ready (USA)) CHRIS WALLER Stratum (AUS)-Wobbly Boots (AUS) (Show A Heart (AUS)) G WATERHOUSE & A BOTT Fastnet Rock (AUS)-Estelle Collection (NZ) (Stravinsky (USA)) D & B HAYES & T DABERNIG Snitzel (AUS)-Swiss Rose (NZ) (Thorn Park (AUS)) C MAHER & D EUSTACE Spirit Of Boom (AUS)-Lucky Toss (AUS) (Dash For Cash (AUS)) D & B HAYES & T DABERNIG I Am Invincible (AUS)-Catalonia (AUS) (Flying Spur (AUS)) G WATERHOUSE & A BOTT Rubick (AUS)-Queen For Ninedays (NZ) (O’reilly (NZ)) CHRIS WALLER Nicconi (AUS)-Clearwater Bay (AUS) (Stratum (AUS)) D & B HAYES & T DABERNIG I Am Invincible (AUS)-Danish Spy (AUS) (Dane Shadow (AUS)) P & P SNOWDEN Time For War (AUS)-Courgette (AUS) (Charge Forward (AUS)) GARY PORTELLI I Am Invincible (AUS)-Xandretta (AUS) (FLying Spur (AUS) G WATERHOUSE & A BOTT

NSW BREEDERS’ UPDATE Spring/Summer 2018

TFE $84,000

112

$29,400

109

$84,000

109

$55,000

108+

$182,500

108

$83,000

107

$310,000

105

$74,700

105+

$27,000

102

$90,000

102

$94,900

102

$300,000

102

$29,400

102

$27,000

102

$131,200

102

$116,000

102

$90,000

102

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2018 First Sire Season Foals

Stratum Star x Bisutti - Widden

Mikki Isle x Misty Islet - Arrowfield

Divine Prophet x Caramellos - Aquis

2018 First Sire Season Foals

Winning Rupert x Whitesails - Newgate

Maurice x Mardi- Arrowfield

SooBoog x Super Candy - Kitchwin

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Star Turn x Miss Seton Sands - Viner

Kiss & Make Up x Miriam - Aquis

Odyssey Moon x Zeitlin - Twin Hills

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Xtravagant x Down The Hatch - Newhaven

Extreme Choice x Peace Time - Newgate

Bobby’s Kitten x Yonggan - Twin Hills

Shalaa x Menwa - Arrowfield

Capitalist x Strawberry Field - Newgate

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American Pharoh x Nothin Leica Cat - Coolmore

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Flying Artie x Members Joy - Newgate

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NSW Breeders Awards & ATC Directors Luncheon

NSW Breeders Annual Awards ATC Directors Luncheon New South Wales’ breeders again proved Australia’s great champions are sourced from the state’s prime breeding regions at the annual award presentation for achievements during the 2017-2018 racing season. The Australian Turf Club kindly hosted TBNSW members and sponsors at the Directors’ Lunch during Colgate Optic White George Main Stakes Day on Saturday at Royal Randwick. TBNSW Director Hamish Esplin introduced the awards, with winners announced by Bred To Win’s Caroline Searcy and sponsors including IRT, Horsepower, G1 Goldmine, HQ Insurance, the ATC and Ranvet. The title of Ranvet NSW Small Breeder Of The Year was awarded to Mary Jane Basson who bred Queensland Derby winner Dark Dream. (All American) He was only the sixth foal Basson had bred, being from her Lion Hunter mare Buchanan Girl who cost only $800.00 and traces back to the famous Leica family. While he has been sold to Hong Kong Basson assured the room a repatriation clause means he will eventually return to Australia to retire at his birthplace. The Horsepower NSW Champion First Season Sire was won by Widden Stud’s Zoustar (Northern Meteor) who was also crowned Australian Champion Sire for the season. With record earnings of over $3.2 million including three group-winning first crop two-year-olds. Widden Stud’s Antony Thompson highlighted the fact Zoustar currently has two of the top four favourites in next week’s $1 million Golden Rose. Julia Ritchie, newly elected Vice-Chair of the Australian Turf Club presented the award for Champion NSW Sire of Two-Year-Olds to Jon Freyer of Arrowfield Stud for the second year in succession, for their dual Champion Australian sire Snitzel. (Redoute’s Choice). Freyer noted Snitzel’s two yearolds earnt $3.6 million last season, highlighted by Golden Slipper winner Estijaab, plus Nomothaj, Prairie Fire and Sandbar who between them won six group and listed races. 18

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NSW Bred Stakewinners Overseas

NSW Bred Stakeswinners Overseas Congratulations to the breeders of these international black type winners between 1 September 2018 to 16 December 2018 Winner

Grp/L *ICSC

Race Name

Grp/L Breeding **Local

Dr I Duckworth Aramco

Singapore Garden City Trophy (Singapore)

King Louis

Singapore TC El Dorado Classic (Singapore)

Nafaayes

Turffontein Ipi Tombe Challenge (South Africa)

L

Sgp-3

Magic Albert - Eye For Fun (Snitzel)

Gooree Park Stud Pty Ltd L

Sgp-3

Medaglia D’Oro - Run For Roses (Danehill)

2

Exceed and Excel - Decelerator (Dehere)

Kia Ora Stud Pty Ltd 2

Lincoln Farm Ready to Rock

Selangor TC Piala Emas Sultan Selangor (Malaysia)

L

Mal-1

Ready’s Image - Pinnacle (Shirley Heights)

Ready To Rock

Perak Turf Club Coronation Cup (Malaysia)

L

Mal-1

Ready’s Image - Pinnacle (Shirley Heights)

L

Snitzel - Zonza (Zabeel)

2

Shaft - Fraise (Stravinsky)

Mr B Lindsay Bavella

Counties Challenge 2YO Stakes (New Zealand)

L

Mr J Bowbyes Bisou Bisou

Auckland T’Breeders Stakes (New Zealand)

Avantage

Hawkes Bay Gold Trail Stakes (New Zealand)

Eagle Way

HKJC BOCHK Wealth Management JC Cup (Hong Kong)

Soqrat

Cape Guineas (South Africa)

Hot King Prawn

Hong Kong National Day Cup (Hong Kong)

Hot King Prawn Hot King Prawn

2

Mr W Calder, Mrs K N Calder 3

3

Fastnet Rock - Asavant (Zabeel)

Segenhoe Thoroughbreds Australia Pty Ltd 2

2

More Than Ready - Wedgetail Eagle (Lure)

Shadwell Stud Australasia Ltd 1

Epaulette - Elzeeza (Hussonet)

3

3

Denman - De Chorus (Unbridled’s Song)

HKJC Premier Bowl H. (Hong Kong)

2

2

Denman - De Chorus (Unbridled’s Song)

HKJC BOCHK Wealth Management JC Sprint (Hong Kong)

2

2

Denman - De Chorus (Unbridled’s Song)

1

Mastercraftsman - Night Danza (Danzero)

1 Torryburn Stud

W G & H G Bax Danzdanzdance

Captain Cook Stakes (New Zealand)

Cutadeel

ARC 3YO Salver (New Zealand)

1

Waimarama N Z Limited L

L

Dundeel - Dineeta (Dylan Thomas)

*International Cataloguing Standards Committee designation ** Local designation

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Black Type Honour Roll

Black Type Honour Roll NSW Breeders of Australian Stakeswinners from 1 September 2018 to 18 December 2018 Arrowfield Group Pty Ltd The Autumn Sun

Golden Rose Stakes

1

Redoute’s Choice - Azmiyna (Galileo)

The Autumn Sun

Caulfield Guineas

1

Redoute’s Choice - Azmiyna (Galileo)

Kenedna

Matriarch Stakes

Wild Planet

Poseidon Stakes

Arrowfield Pastoral Pty Ltd 2

Not A Single Doubt - Miss Dodwell (Falbrav)

Arrowfield Pastoral Pty Ltd & Planette Thoroughbred L

Animal Kingdom - Salutations (Redoute’s Choice)

Arrowfield Pastoral Pty Ltd, Belford Productions Maid Of Heaven

Spring Champion Stakes

1

Smart Missile - St. Therese (Dehere)

Aston Bloodstock Stella Victoria

Colin McAlpine Classic

L

Foxwedge - Vera’s Pride (Youthful Legs)

Bowness Stud Malibu Style

Doveton Stakes

Ace High

Hill Stakes

I Am Excited

Gilgai Stakes

L

Magnus - Origami (Fusaichi Pegasus)

Bruce Reid Racing 2

High Chaparral - Come Sunday (Redoute’s Choice)

2

Snitzel - Lady Beckworth (General Nediym)

Darley Aramayo

Spring Stakes

3

Poet’s Voice - Peruvian (Diktat)

Encryption

Danehill Stakes

2

Lonhro - Guelph (Exceed And Excel)

Trekking

Testa Rossa Stakes

L

Street Cry - Outdoor (Redoute’s Choice)

Resin

The Nivison

3

Exceed And Excel - Beaded (Lonhro)

Ranier

Gothic Stakes

L

Lonhro - Kanzan (Commands)

Osborne Bulls

Linlithgow Stakes

2

Street Cry - Jerezana (Lonhro)

Ranier

Carbine Club Stakes

3

Lonhro - Kanzan (Commands)

Pohutukawa

Lexus Hybrid Stakes

L

Medaglia D’oro - Lumina (Redoute’s Choice)

Pecans

Skin Fitness Cup

L

Skilled - Walnut (Procol Harum)

Tally

Eclipse Stakes

3

Street Cry - Itemise (Kris S)

Shumookh

Golden Pendant

Shumookh

Tristarc Stakes

Emirates Park Pty Ltd 2

Dream Ahead - Shamekha (Secret Savings)

2

Dream Ahead - Shamekha (Secret Savings)

Esplin Family Land Of Plenty

Chandler Macleod Stakes

L

Stratum - Dancing (Spectrum)

Land Of Plenty

Toorak Handicap

1

Stratum - Dancing (Spectrum)

Siege Of Quebec

Bill Ritchie Handicap

Fiera Vista

Morphettville Guineas

L

Exceed And Excel - Empress Jade (Encosta De Lago)

Winx

George Main Stakes

1

Street Cry - Vegas Showgirl (Al Akbar)

Winx

Turnbull Stakes

1

Street Cry - Vegas Showgirl (Al Akbar)

Winx

Cox Plate

1

Street Cry - Vegas Showgirl (Al Akbar)

Red Alto

Bendigo Cup

3

High Chaparral - La Sangre (Fastnet Rock)

Beauty

William Crockett Stakes

Comin’ Through

Tramway Hcp

Nature Strip

McEwen Stakes

Estate Of The Late Egt Bateman 3

Fastnet Rock - Rose Of Cimmaron (Bite The Bullet)

Fairway Thoroughbreds

Glastonbury Farm L

Smart Missile - Sequin (Lure)

Go Bloodstock 2

Fastnet Rock - Mica’s Pride (Bite The Bullet)

Golden Grove Stud Farm

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2

Nicconi - Strikeline (Desert Sun)

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Black Type Honour Roll

Goldendale, Chelsaus (Ireland) Theanswermyfriend

Penny Edition Stakes

L

High Chaparral - Blowin In The Wind (Danehill)

Gooree Park Stud Pty Ltd Smart Melody

Cap D’antibes Stakes

Smart Melody

Thousand Guineas Prelude

L

Smart Missile - Sweetest Melody (Encosta De Lago)

2

Smart Missile - Sweetest Melody (Encosta De Lago)

H & J Blight Sesar

Roman Consul Stakes

2

Sebring - Sarthemare (Street Cry)

Doubt Defying

Sale Cup

L

Not A Single Doubt - Sarthemare (Street Cry)

Pierata

Sydney Stakes

Dreamforce

Chatham Stakes

Tarka

Stan Fox Stakes

Invincible Star

Starlight Stakes

Native Soldier

HDF McNeil Stakes

3

Sepoy - Belong To Many (Belong To Me)

Dothraki

Bobbie Lewis Quality

2

Mossman - Volantis (Flying Spur)

Native Soldier

Caulfield Guineas Prelude

3

Sepoy - Belong To Many (Belong To Me)

Aristia

Wakeful Stakes

2

Lonhro - Nakaaya (Tiger Hill)

Aristia

Crown Oaks

1

Lonhro - Nakaaya (Tiger Hill)

From Within

Alinghi Stakes

Home Ground

Geelong Classic

Fell Swoop

Razor Sharp Hcp

Redzel

Concorde Stakes

Prize Catch

Ascot Gold Cup

Ball Of Muscle

The Heath 1100

3

Dubawi - Parfore (Gold Brose)

Ball Of Muscle

The Shorts

2

Dubawi - Parfore (Gold Brose)

Ball Of Muscle

Schillaci Stakes

2

Dubawi - Parfore (Gold Brose)

Meryl

Scarborough Stakes

Voodoo Lad

Winterbottom Stakes

Houtzen

Bribie Handicap

Hobartville Stud 3

Pierro - November Flight (Flying Spur)

Joy Luck Discretionary Trust 3

Fastnet Rock - Eskimo Queen (Shinko King)

Kia Ora Stud Pty Ltd 2

All Too Hard - Gayika (Galileo)

Mr AD Mitchell L

I Am Invincible - Romany Flyer (Catbird)

Mr G Harvey

Mr GJ Perry

Mr HJ Mitchell, M Freedman L

Not A Single - Zimaretto (Anabaa)

Mr Kj Pooley L

High Chaparral - First Look (Danehill Dancer)

Mr L Curtis, Partners L

Not A Single Doubt - Touched In Flight (Fasliyev)

Mr LJ Fleming 3

Snitzel - Millrich (Rubiton)

Mr M Hewitt, EJ and DF Hewitt L

Zoffany - Abalone (Bluebird)

Mr M Ryan

Mr N Hodges 3

Epaulette - Academy Idol (Made Of Gold)

Mr N Leckie 1

I Am Invincible - O’fortuna (Gilded Time)

L

I Am Invincible - Set To Unleash (Reset)

Mr P Burke Teleplay

Mss Security Sprint

L

Written Tycoon - Special Episode (Redoute’s Choice)

Mr PJ Favretto, Mr P Rowe Diplomatico

Brian Crowley Stakes

L

Snitzel - Top Cuban (Anabaa)

Mr RJ Haire I Am Serious

Angst Stakes

3

Choisir - But I’m Serious (Bianconi)

Mrs M Kelly Victorem

Lough Neagh Stakes

Thrillster

Atlantic Jewel Stakes

L

I Am Invincible - Playful Miss (Foreplay)

Ms C Shaw

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L

Starspangledbanner - Heart Of Thrills (Show A Heart)

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Neville Begg Investments Pty Ltd Written By

Blue Sapphire Stakes

Santa Ana Lane

Premiere Stakes

Santa Ana Lane

Darley Classic

3

Written Tycoon - Yau Chin (Tobougg)

Patinack Farm 2

Lope De Vega - Fast Fleet (Fastnet Rock)

1

Lope De Vega - Fast Fleet (Fastnet Rock)

Pedrille Thoroughbreds Ragged Rascal

Heritage Stakes

L

Denman - M’lady Pedrille (Al Maher)

Redbank North Eckstein

Paris Lane Stakes

L

I Am Invincible - Comrie (Choisir)

2

Fastnet Rock - Memories Of You (Galileo)

Roncon Unforgotten

Chelmsford Stakes

Segenhoe Thoroughbreds Australia Pty Ltd Winter Bride

How Now Stakes

3

Not A Single Doubt - Amberino (Perugino)

Catch Me

Gimcrack Stakes

3

I Am Invincible - Captivating Claire (O’reilly)

Winter Bride

Northwood Plume Stakes

3

Not A Single Doubt - Amberino (Perugino)

Bella Rosa

Ottawa Stakes

3

Snitzel - Swiss Rose (Thorn Park)

Manuel

Kilmore Cup

L

Commands - Girl Hussler (Hussonet)

Strawberry Hill Stud Miss Fabulass

Tea Rose Stakes

2

Frankel - Samantha Miss (Redoute’s Choice)

Think Big Stud Pty Ltd, Westcode Pty Ltd Sky Boy

Villiers Stakes

2

Pendragon - Zazabelle (Zabeel)

Vieira Group Pty Ltd I Like It Easy

Reginald Allen Qlty Hcp

L

Pierro - Gai’s Choice (General Nediym)

Wallings Bloodstock Pty Ltd Espaaniyah

2YO Inglis Banner (R)

RL

I Am Invincible - Catalonia (Flying Spur)

Widden Stud Australia Pty Ltd, D Mcmillan Holdings Pty Ltd Accession

Inglis Nursery

RL

Brazen Beau - Ready As Elle (More Than Ready)

Sunlight

Thoroughbred Club Stakes

3

Zoustar - Solar Charged (Charge Forward)

Sunlight

Coolmore Stud Stakes

1

Zoustar - Solar Charged (Charge Forward)

Widden Stud Australia Pty Ltd, Qatar Bloodstock Ltd, Mr D Fletcher

Widden Stud Australia Pty Ltd, Rma Bloodstock Trust Persuader

Twilight Glow Stakes

L

Zoustar - Fast Talker (Fastnet Rock)

Yarraman Park Stud Pty Ltd Holy Blade

WH Wylie Handicap

L

I Am Invincible - Amphritite (Statoblest)

Illustrious Lad

City of Marion Stakes

L

I Am Invincible - Industrious (Zeditave)

Brave Song

Caulfield Village Stakes

Most Important

Keith Noud Quality

Yarraman Park Stud Pty Ltd, Ad Mitchell, HJ Mitchell, FW Mitchell L

Your Song - Brave Choice (Dr Fong)

Yarraman Park Stud Pty Ltd, N Leckie, FW Mitchell

NSW BREEDERS’ UPDATE Spring/Summer 2018

L

I Am Invincible - Orange Marmalade (Stravinsky)

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