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Welcome

Breeding Consultants

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Celebrate

Our Story

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Savabeel

Tribute to Pins

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Ocean Park

Honour Roll

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Sacred Falls

The Team

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Tivaci

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Rock ‘n’ Pop

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INTRODUCTION / WELCOME

George, Charlotte, Pippa, Charlie, Harry and Mark Chittick

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INTRODUCTION

Welcome At Waikato Stud, our aim is to achieve excellence and I feel we have accomplished nothing short of that with the recent success of our stallions and the numbers of high-quality Stakes-winning home-breds. I consider it a great privilege to be at the helm of Waikato Stud through the completion of the first 50 years of history, a period in which Waikato Stud has been instrumental in shaping the NZ breeding industry. The pressure is now on to reach even greater heights in the years ahead and, since taking over full ownership of the Stud in 2017, I’m very pleased to report that the momentum of Waikato Stud’s success during the past year has continued with the same consistency as at any time in history. Not only did our WS-breds in the form of Savvy Coup, Hasahalo and Embellish win three of the four major Group One Classics for three-yearolds, highlighted with the Guineas double at Riccarton, but Savabeel has been a colossus for the Stud with a tremendous season that has seen his Group One tally skyrocket to 17. Savabeel has sired 6 Group One winners in the past season alone and he has surpassed his own sire Zabeel for the number of Stakes winners sired at the same stage in their careers. We are all in awe of Savabeel’s achievements as he heads towards his fourth NZ Sires’ Premiership. We are so proud of Ocean Park’s successes as he leads the NZ based sires’ on the Australian Second Season Sires’ List and it was exciting to see a number of Stakes performers emerge from Rock ‘n’ Pop’s oldest crop as they reach maturity. It also came as no surprise

to see Sacred Falls’ first yearlings so well received in the sale ring, resulting in him being the Leading First Season Sire at Karaka. At the same time, we were also very saddened by the loss of our great sire and contributor to the Stud’s success, Pins, who passed away this past autumn. Pins was a favourite and he gained international recognition during his 14 seasons at Waikato Stud from which he sired many high-class performers including El Segundo, Aerovelocity, Ambitious Dragon, Katie Lee, Legs, Econsul, Porotene Gem and A Touch of Ruby. Earlier this year, our great home-bred sire O’Reilly ticked off another Stud milestone with his induction into the NZ Racing Hall Of Fame and he also posthumously sired one of the most dominant Group One winners of the year in Grunt who won the Australian Guineas. In the sale ring, yearlings by all of our sires sold exceptionally well and our highlight was offering the first crop of yearlings by Sacred Falls which sold for up to $300,000. Our standout was of course Savabeel who was Leading Sire at Karaka for the fourth consecutive year and deservedly sold his first $1 million yearling. Waikato Stud were leading vendor at Karaka for the fifth consecutive year and we were also thrilled to sell our new highest priced yearling ever with the Savabeel ex Posy filly fetching $875,000.

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I also wish to acknowledge all of Waikato Stud’s supporters and friends who sent mares to our stallions, purchased yearlings at the sales, and those who enjoy racing the great WS product. Without your loyal support, Waikato Stud could not operate at the level it does. And that high level of excellence which we pride ourselves on is only possible by having a very dedicated and hard-working team that works tirelessly with a passion all year round. As the new season approaches, we eagerly look forward to the first foals of Group One All Aged Stakes winner Tivaci, the first runners of Sacred Falls which don’t look like they will take too long to get up and running, a continuance of the outstanding beginning to Ocean Park’s stud career who has already exceeded Savabeel’s record at the same stage, and another high-quality crop of performers by our champion sire Savabeel. Good luck and best wishes to everyone involved, we hope you have as much fun as we do!

Mark Chittick Waikato Stud

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Record breaking sale for Waikato Stud The Savabeel ex Posy filly smashed Waikato Stud’s record yearling price when her popularity commanded a price of $875,000 at the 2018 Karaka yearling sale. Purchased by leading Bloodstock Agent Dean Hawthorne, she is from one of Waikato Stud’s most distinguished families and her pedigree page features multiple Group One winning champion three-year-old Daffodil.

Savabeel crowned Champion Sire - again Going from strength to strength with a succession of new Group horses in the 2017-18 season, Savabeel has claimed his fourth straight New Zealand Sires’ Premiership win, his third consecutive Dewar Award (combined Australian and New Zealand progeny earnings) and third Centaine Award (combined progeny earnings worldwide).

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INDIVIDUAL GROUP ONE W INNER S

FIRST MILLION-DOLLAR YEARLING FOR SAVABEEL

INDIVIDUAL S TAK ES W INNER S

A TOA S T TO S TAND OUT M OMENT S IN 2017/18

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2018 Karaka sale topping Savabeel colt from history making Pins mare Katie Lee was knocked down to Te Akau boss David Ellis for $1,025,000. Across all Australasian yearling sales in 2018, there were six yearlings by Savabeel which sold for $500,000 or more and he was the leading NZ based sire on average for the fourth consecutive year at Karaka.

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Savabeel carrying on the super sire line In the 2017-18 season, Savabeel surpassed his sire Zabeel for the number of Stakes winners sired at the same stage in their careers. Savabeel has now sired 17 individual Group One winners and 74 individual Stakes winners.


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WAIKATO STUD MAINTAINED PERFECT KARAKA RECORD

Sacred Falls was the Leading First Season Sire at Karaka In addition to being the Leading First Season Sire at the 2017 Karaka Weanling Sale, Sacred Falls also claimed the Leading First Season Sire title at the 2018 Karaka Yearling Sale. Across all Australasian yearling sales, Sacred Falls’ 55 individual lots sold for an average price of $111,086 and sold for up to $300,000, with six lots fetching more than $200,000.

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POSTHUMOUS HONOURS FOR OUR CHAMPION SIRE O’REILLY

For a fifth consecutive year, Waikato Stud reigned supreme at Karaka, claiming their fifth consecutive title as leading vendor. Offering what is believed to be the largest consignment of yearlings in the world under the same ownership in a single session, Waikato Stud offered 79 yearlings and sold 71 at an average price of $181,478 for an overall aggregate of $12.9 million. Waikato Stud stallions also contributed to a staggering 28% of the entire sale turnover at Karaka – more than twice that of any other NZ Stud.

Legendary sire O’Reilly was inducted into the NZ Racing Hall of Fame in 2018, an honour of the highest merit to acknowledge his outstanding contribution to NZ breeding and racing. To date, O’Reilly has sired 17 individual Group One winners, including last year’s dominant Gr.1 Australian Guineas winner Grunt, and his daughters have produced 14 Group One winners.

Savabeel took his Group 1 tally to 17 Adding an astounding five new Group One winners to his producing record in the 2017-18 season, Savabeel has become one of only three sires in history to have produced two different horses to win both the Gr.1 NZ 1000 and Gr.1 2000 Guineas in the same season. Group One winners sired by Savabeel during 2017-18 season include Waikato Stud home-bred three-year-olds Hasahalo, Embellish and Savvy Coup who won three of the four major NZ Group One Classic races when registering wins in the Gr.1 1000 Guineas, Gr.1 2000 Guineas and Gr.1 Oaks. Shillelagh was victorious in the Gr.1 Kennedy Mile at Flemington, Sword of Osman won one of the country’s most prestigious Group One races for two-year-old’s when taking out the Gr.1 ARC Diamond Stakes and super star sprinter/miler Kawi added a seventh Group One to his resume when taking out the Gr.1 Captain Cook Stakes.

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B REEDER S

A TOA S T TO S TAND OUT M OMENT S IN 2017/18

Celebrate

THE STUD / CELEBRATE

TOP Group 1 Glory for Christopher and Susanna Grace

Savabeel mare Shillelagh provided Hunterville breeders Christopher and Susanna Grace with Group One glory when she won the Gr.1 Kennedy Mile at Flemington during the 2017 Melbourne Cup Carnival. Christopher and Susanna bred and race Shillelagh and we’re very happy to report that her dam Trocair is back in foal to Savabeel!

OCEAN PARK / THE SIRE ON FIRE In the 2017-18 season, Ocean Park was the leading NZ based Australian Second Season Sire and when sire performance between Ocean Park and champion Waikato Stud sire Savabeel is compared at the same stage in their careers, Ocean Park has sired more winners from less runners and has sired the same number of black-type horses. In 2017, he sired his first Stakes winner when Ocean Jewel was victorious in the Listed WATC Placid Ark Stakes and he has sired numerous Stakes performers including; Another Dollar - second in the QLD Oaks Gr.1, The Roses Gr.2 and Listed Gold Coast Bracelet, Mongolianconqueror - second in both the NZ Derby Gr.1 and Waikato Guineas Gr.2, Pretty to Sea - second in the ATC Adrian Knox Stakes Gr.3, Ocean’s Fourteen - second in the Listed Geelong Classic and Dancer’s Kin - third in the Listed SAJC Queen Adelaide Stakes.

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From $775,000 yearling to Group 1 winner Eye-catching Savabeel colt Embellish lived up to his price tag when winning the esteemed Gr.1 NZ 2000 Guineas in the spring of 2017. Purchased by top judge David Ellis for $775,000 for leading NZ syndication company Te Akau Racing, Embellish held the record for the highest priced yearling to be sold by Waikato Stud until earlier this year.

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Waikato Stud bred the NZ Guineas double Out of Waikato Stud’s 2016 Karaka yearling draft emerged champion three-yearold’s Hasahalo and Embellish – winners of the 2017 Gr.1 1000 and 2000 Guineas double at Riccarton. The beautifully bred youngsters share several similarities; both are by Savabeel and were purchased by New Zealand based syndication companies. Hasahalo was a $110,000 buy for Go Racing and Embellish was a $775,000 purchase by David Ellis for Te Akau Racing.

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Ocean Park provided Kerrie Cox with her very first winner 2018 has been a big year for WS Bloodstock Manager Kerrie Cox – not only did she welcome her second child into the world but her and husband Rob celebrated their first win as owners when their Ocean Park two-year-old filly Miss Valencia won dominantly at Trentham at just her second start.

Embellish’s Te Akau Racing owners

Hasahalo’s Go Racing owners

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DUAL GROUP SUCCESS FOR OCEAN EMPEROR Iconic trainer Gary Hennessy took WS-bred and sold entire Ocean Emperor to new heights in the 2017-18 season and trained him to win not one but two Group races. Ocean Emperor is out of Group winning resident Pins mare Tootsie and was purchased for $450,000 by Gary from Waikato Stud’s 2013 Karaka Yearling draft.

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RESIDENT STALLIONS / SAVABEEL

Savabeel Going from strength to strength with a succession of new Group horses in the 2017-18 season, champion sire Savabeel has claimed his fourth consecutive New Zealand Sires’ Premiership, his third consecutive Dewar Award (combined Australian and New Zealand progeny earnings) third Centaine Award (combined progeny earnings worldwide) and is the leading New Zealand based stallion on the Australian General Sires’ Premiership. SERVICE FEE

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SAVABEEL

Overview

Savabeel has proved himself to be one of the most versatile stallions in Australasia with Group One winners at two years over 1200 metres, three years over 1600 - 2400 metres and older horses who have been successful at the highest level over a variety of distances. Sword of Osman, Embellish, Hasahalo, Savvy Coup, Shillelagh and Kawi achieved those feats respectively in the 2017-18 season to take Savabeel’s number of Group One winners to 17. Savabeel has notched up a total of 74 Stakes winners to date and recent success includes siring the New Zealand Group One Guineas double with Embellish and Hasahalo and his daughter Savvy Coup won the Group One New Zealand Oaks, resulting in Savabeel siring the winners of three of the four main New Zealand Group One Classic races. In the 2017-18 season, Savabeel sired 15 individual Stakes winners including Group One winners Savvy Coup, Hasahalo, Embellish, Sword of Osman, Shillelagh and Kawi as well as Group winners Coldplay, Splurge,

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Savapinski, Addictive Nature, Royal Success and Clarify plus Listed winners Grazia, Santa Catarina and Savaheat. Savabeel’s class as a racehorse was evident when he defeated nine Group One winners in taking out the 2004 W.S. Cox Plate and that level of achievement has followed through to both the yearling sales ring and progeny record on the racecourse. His success shows he is the heir apparent to his own Champion Sire Zabeel who in turn was the heir apparent to Sir Tristram before him. And like his sire and grandsire, his progeny display the toughness and durability to win over all distances, at all ages from two years to eight years and, incredibly, Savabeel has passed Zabeel for the number of Stakes winners sired at the same stage of their careers. With recent successes, Savabeel is now achieving a Stakes winners-to-runners ratio above 10 per cent and has thus become only the second sire currently standing in Australasia to reach that level of excellence. Savabeel also boasts an enviable winners-from-

runners ratio that exceeds 70 per cent. For the fourth consecutive year, Savabeel was crowned Leading New Zealand based sire at the Karaka Yearling Sale and the 2018 Australasian sales series have seen 82 Savabeel yearlings sell for an average of $259,766 with 80 bringing $100,000 or more – testimony to the type and correctness and an acknowledgement of the progeny success. Leading buyers have paid up to $1,025,000 to secure yearlings by Savabeel and the demand to purchase his older progeny at the Hong Kong International Sale has also been strong with his three-year-olds selling for up to $770,000. Similarly, his daughters have been highly sought after with Nurse Kitchen and Soriano fetching $1.7 million and $1.15 million respectively at last year’s Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale.


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Pedigree

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ZABEEL 7 wins-1 at 2-from 1200m to 2050m, A$1,138,400, Australian Guineas, Gr.1, Moonee Valley S., Gr.2, MVRC Alister Clark S., Gr.2, VRC Craiglee S., Gr.2, Debonair S., L, Van Winkle H., Marabou H., 2d VATC Autumn Classic, Gr.3, 3d STC Rosehill Guineas, Gr.1, VATC Underwood S., Gr.1, STC Canterbury S., Gr.2, VATC Kambrook Quality S., 4th VATC Caulfield Guineas, Gr.1. He entered stud in 1991. Champion Aust. Sire twice. Champion Aust. Sire (AEI) twice. Champion NZ Sire (Aust. & NZ figures combined) 15 times. Champion NZ Sire 4 times. Champion Aust. Sire of Broodmares in 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, second in 2015-16, 2016-17. Champion NZ Sire of Broodmares in 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2015-16, second in 2016-17. Champion Sing. Sire of Broodmares in 2017. Sire of 1525 progeny to race, 1108 winners (72.0%), earnings of over $192 million, 166 stakes winners, 95 stakes placegetters.

By Zabeel, from Savannah Success (by Success Express) 16hh | 2001 | Brown

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With recent successes, Savabeel is now achieving a Stakes winners-to-runners ratio above 10 per cent and has thus become only the second sire currently standing in Australasia to reach that level of excellence.

1st Dam SAVANNAH SUCCESS, by Success Express. NZ Bloodstock Filly of the Year 1999. Second top filly on The 1998-99 NZ 3YO Free H. 8 wins-2 at 2-from 1100m to 2400m, NZ$259,725, A$364,190, New Zealand Oaks, Gr.1, STC Ansett Australia S., Gr.1, AJC Surround S., Gr.2, ARC Royal S., Gr.2, Manawatu RC Eulogy S., Gr.3, ARC Soliloquy S., L, Avondale JC Classic S., L, 2d BOP RC Mitsui Osk Lines 2YO S., 3d Hawkes Bay Gold Trail S., Gr.3, Wanganui JC Waikato Stud S., L, Hawkes Bay Hastings Motors Ford 2YO S. Half-sister to Sister Theresa (dam of BLACK HEART BART). Dam of ten named foals, all raced, eight winners, inc:SAVABEEL (c. by Zabeel). Subject horse. Arlington (c. by Red Ransom). 5 wins from 1100m to 1800m, NZ$74,475, A$289,075, AJC Thakral Holdings H., Hula Chief H., BOP RC Downer Edi Works H., STC Nivea Visage P., WRC Douro Cup, 2d BOP RC Japan-New Zealand International Trophy, Gr.2, AJC Fernhill H., L, STC Wine Society 2YO H., ATC K Callander Fellowship H., STC Caravan & Camping H., Lolliland H., 3d AJC Randwick Guineas, Gr.1, BOP RC Tauranga S., Gr.3, AJC Canonbury S., L, STC Darby Munro H., L, ARC Classic Hits H., Hawkes Bay Towkay Hong Kong Breeders Partnership H., Hawkesbury RC Rowley Mile H., AJC Liverpool H., BOP RC New World Mount Maunganui H., Hawkes Bay Waikato Stud Breeders of the Decade H., Illawarra TC Kembla Cup, VRC Grazia Trophy H. Sire. 2nd Dam ALMA MATER, by Semipalatinsk. 3 wins-1 at 2-from 1200m to 2000m, A$87,310, AJC Adrian Knox S., Gr.3, BATC Charlton Boy 2YO H., QTC Ellerslie H., 2d BATC Chateau Nursing Home H., Sunday Mail Guide H., QTC The Bristol Paints H., Red Rancher Welter H., 3d AJC Walter Swinburn H., STC Bexley H. Half-sister to In Hoi An (dam of WIN SMOOTHLY). Dam of 6 named foals, all raced, 4 winners, inc:SAVANNAH SUCCESS (Success Express). 8 wins. See above. Sister Theresa. 6 wins-4 at 2-from 1000m to 2100m, A$176,400, City Of Ipswich 2YO H., Qld Tatt's RC VB 2YO S., BTC Table Eight H., QTC Regal Advice H., 2d BTC Our House Liftout H., Toowoomba TC Hays Emerald Bracelet Quality S.H., BTC Treasury Casino H., Qld Tatt's RC Parcel Post H., QTC Kennards Hire H., Networking H., 3d BTC Doomben Roses H., 4th Queensland Oaks, Gr.1. Dam ofBLACK HEART BART (Blackfriars). 16 wins from 1000m to 1800m, A$3,939,200, to 2016-17, MRC Memsie S., Gr.1, Underwood S., Gr.1, CF Orr S., Gr.1, Futurity S., Gr.1, SAJC Goodwood H., Gr.1, WATC Lee Steere S., Gr.2, MRC Victoria H., Gr.3, WATC Northerly S., Gr.3, Bunbury S., L, Pinjarra Classic, L, WATC Summer Scorcher, L, Cyril Flower S., L, Birthday S., L, Carbine Club of WA S., L, Black Widow H., 2d BRC Stradbroke H., Gr.1, VRC Newmarket H., Gr.1, ATC All Aged S., Gr.1, MRC Memsie S., Gr.1, Caulfield S., Gr.1, VRC Makybe Diva S., Gr.1, WATC Railway S., Gr.1, MVRC Australia S., Gr.2, WATC CB Cox S., Gr.2, Asian Beau S., Gr.3, Challenge S., L, RS Crawford S., L, Westspeed H., Danmar Homes H., 3d VRC Makybe Diva S., Gr.1, MRC PB Lawrence S., Gr.2, WATC Lex Piper S., L, JC Roberts S., L, 4th SAJC Goodwood H., Gr.1, WATC Railway S., Gr.1, RJ Peters S., Gr.3. Rebel Sister. Unraced. Dam ofREBEL KING (Universal Ruler). 10 wins-4 at 2-to 1300m, A$715,575, to 2017-18, WATC HG Bolton Sprint H., L, Scenic Blast S., L, Mt Barker TC Mungrup Stud Sprint H., WATC Westspeed Nursery H.-3 times, Del Basso Smallgoods Nursery H., St Vincent de Paul Society H., Tabtouch Masters H., Perth Young Membership H., 2d WATC Idyllic Prince S., L, Beaufine S., L, Classic Meats H., Tabtouch With Cash H., Budget Good to Go Sprint H., 3d WATC Summer Scorcher, L, HG Bolton Sprint, L, RS Crawford S., L, Birthday S., L, Westspeed 2YO P., Carnivale at Crown H., Tabtouch Sprint H., 4th Pinjarra Classic, L. REBELSON (Snippetson). 8 wins-1 at 2-from 1100m to 1800m, A$541,500, Northam Cup, L, WATC Aquanita S., L, Fairetha S., L, Fergus Maximus H., Farewell & Thank U Nikos H., Westspeed H., John McGrath for South Perth H., 2d WATC Ascot Gold Cup, L, GA Towton Cup, L, York S., L, JC Roberts S., L, St Leger, L, Tabtouch Home of Racing & Sport H., Tabtouch Racing & Sport H., Lunar Raceday H., Skoota's 30th Birthday H., 3d WATC Ascot Gold Cup, L, Corestaff H., Westspeed H., PR Members H., 4th WATC Melvista S., L.

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Race Record AGE

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MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 MVRC WS Cox Plate, 2040m, beating 9 Group 1 winners including Fields of Omagh, Starcraft, Elvstroem, Grand Armee, Regal Roller, King’s Chapel, Paolini, Our Egyptian Raine and Miss Potential Gr.1 AJC Spring Champion Stakes, 2000m, beating Outback Prince, Cedar Manor and Al Maher

Stud Record Sire of 738 runners, 521 winners, including 74 individual Stakes winners and 17 individual Group 1 winners. Group 1 winners include; KAWI, LUCIA VALENTINA, SANGSTER, SORIANO, SCARLETT LADY, COSTUME, DIADEME, BRAMBLES, SAVVY COUP, SAVARIA, PASADENA GIRL, SHILLELAGH, SWORD OF OSMAN, HALL OF FAME, HASAHALO, SOUND PROPOSITION and EMBELLISH. 71% winners from runners, 10.1% Stakes winners from runners. The sire of winners in 8 different countries worldwide.

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Ocean Park The progeny of five-time Group One winner Ocean Park have lived up to and exceeded all expectations with his two and three-year-olds dominating on both sides of the Tasman. SERVICE FEE

$30,000+gst LFG

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OCEAN PARK

Overview

Ocean Park’s endless stream of winners and Stakes performers have earned him the prestigious accolade of being the leading New Zealand based Australian Second Season Sire and he is the first New Zealand stallion to achieve a top five placing on this premiership over an eightyear period. When sire performance between Ocean Park and champion Waikato Stud sire Savabeel is compared at the same stage in their careers, Ocean Park has sired more winners from less runners and has sired the same number of black-type horses. Notable winners include Listed WATC Placid Ark Stakes winner Ocean Jewel and other Stakes performers include Another Dollar - second in the QLD Oaks Gr.1, The Roses Gr.2 and Listed Gold Coast Bracelet, Mongolianconqueror - second in the NZ Derby Gr.1 and Waikato

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Guineas Gr.2, Pretty to Sea - second in the ATC Adrian Knox Stakes Gr.3, Ocean’s Fourteen - second in the Listed Geelong Classic and Dancer’s Kin - third in the Listed SAJC Queen Adelaide Stakes. Ocean Park performed at the very highest level and in completing the Underwood Stakes-Caulfield StakesCox Plate treble as a four-year-old he emulated the performances only champions Ajax, Bonecrusher, Almaarad, Northerly and So You Think had achieved in the previous 80 years of Australian racing. Such was the quality of his racing career that Ocean Park was successful on five occasions at Group One level - winning the Hawke’s Bay Makfi Challenge Stakes Gr.1 at four years prior to his famous Australian treble and ARC Lindauer New Zealand Stakes Gr.1 at his penultimate career start.

As a mid-season three-year-old Ocean Park won the Wellington Stakes Gr.3 before his first Australian preparation produced a close second in the Rosehill Guineas, Gr.1. Ocean Park finished his career in the autumn of his four-year-old season with eight wins and $2.8 million in stake earnings. Now the son of Thorn Park and Broodmare of the Year Sayyida, by Zabeel, from O’Reilly’s family, is transmitting his superior ability to his progeny which saw his third crop of yearlings highly sought-after. Across all Australasian sales in 2018, there were 48 yearlings by Ocean Park sold for an average price of $86,358. Nine of these sold for more than $150,000 and the top priced lot fetched $280,000.


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Pedigree

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THORN PARK 9 wins-2 at 2-to 1500m, A$1,535,725, QTC Stradbroke H., Gr.1, BTC Cup, Gr.2, AJC Hobartville S., Gr.2, STC Phar Lap S., Gr.2, Premiere S., Gr.2, MRC Moonga S., Gr.3, STC Member for a Day H., Club Seven Hills 2YO H., Medina Serviced Apartments 2YO H., 2d AJC Up & Coming S., Gr.2, Expressway S., Gr.2, 3d VRC Australian Guineas, Gr.1, Emirates Classic S., Gr.2, 4th BTC Doomben Ten Thousand S., Gr.1, MRC Futurity S., Gr.1. He entered stud in 2004. Champion NZ Sire in 2010-11, second in 2011-12. Leading NZ Sire (AEI) in 2010-11. Leading NZ Sire of 3YOs in 2010-11. Sire of 435 progeny to race, 311 winners (71.0%), earnings of over $40 million, 29 stakes winners, 21 stakes placegetters.

By Thorn Park, from Sayyida (by Zabeel) 16 hh | 2008 | Bay

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RESIDENT STALLIONS / OCEAN PARK

Ocean Park’s endless stream of winners and Stakes performers have earned him the prestigious accolade of being the leading New Zealand based Australian Second Season Sire and he is the first New Zealand stallion to achieve a top five placing on this premiership over an eight-year period.

1st Dam SAYYIDA, by Zabeel. 2 wins at 1400m, 1600m, BOP RC Dunstan Stayers Championship Qualifier. Broodmare of the Year in NZ in 2012-13. Half-sister to Brilliant Princess (dam of PRINCE KAAPSTAD). Dam of five foals, four to race, all winners, inc:OCEAN PARK (c. by Thorn Park). Subject horse. Ruqqaya (f. by Van Nistelrooy). 2 wins at 2000m, 2100m, BOP RC Radisson Plaza Resort Air Tahiti Nui H., 2d Wanganui JC TCL Communications H. Dam ofGRUNT (O'Reilly). 4 wins at 1400m, 1600m, A$737,250, in 2017-18, VRC Australian Guineas, Gr.1, CS Hayes S., Gr.3, SAJC Holdfast Insurance H., 3d VRC Saintly Hall of Fame 2YO Trophy. Addison (Jimmy Choux). 3 wins from 1300m to 1600m, A$118,200, to 2017-18, MRC Dennis Hanrahan H., 2d MRC Maree Madden-Melder H., 3d SAJC Birthday Cup, L, VRC Singapore TC Trophy H. 2nd Dam EASTERN PRINCESS, by Pompeii Court. 6 wins from 1600m to 2200m, A$76,560, MVRC Hoyts Highpoint Quality H., VATC VAFA H., MVRC Sawasdee Thai Restaurant H., VRC Magnifique H., 2d MVRC Receivables Management Group H., 3d VATC Archie Yuille H., Chisholm H., George Woodforde H. Three-quarter-sister to COURTZA (dam of O'REILLY), OUR POMPEII, HUNZA COURT, TISZAE, Pennies in Heaven (dam of SINGLE CURRENCY, SUPER JOCKEY), half-sister to CRITIC. Dam of 6 foals, 3 to race, 2 winners, inc:Amen. 5 wins from 1800m to 2000m, A$174,390, STC Ready Workforce H., AJC Korea Racing Association H., Botany Bay H., STC Ingham's Love'em H., Tooheys New H., 2d AJC CVD Ladies Bowling Club H., 3d AJC TAB Power Pays Welter H., STC Osram P. Brilliant Princess. Unraced. Dam ofPRINCE KAAPSTAD (Kaapstad). 5 wins-1 at 2-from 1200m to 2100m, NZ$507,990, ARC Easter H., Gr.1, Great Northern Guineas, Gr.2, Carbine Club Trophy, Avondale JC Avondale Cup 5th December H., BOP RC First Sovereign Trust 2YO H., 2d New Zealand Derby, Gr.1, Avondale Guineas, Gr.2, ARC Classic Hits H., 3d Hawkes Bay Mudgway Partsworld S., Gr.1, BOP RC Tauranga S., Gr.3, ARC Rotary Club of Auckland East H., Waikato RC Supporters H., 4th Hawkes Bay Windsor Park Challenge P., Gr.1, ARC Great Northern Foal S., L. 3rd Dam BENAZIR, by Vice Regal. 3 wins from 1350m to 1650m, BATC Orlando Improvers' H., Racecourse H., QTC Blackhawk Novice H., 2d BATC Emancipation Improvers' H., Scene on TV Graduation S., QTC Mister Hush Improvers' H. Half-sister to COURTZA (dam of O'REILLY), OUR POMPEII, FIXED FLUSH, LOST VALLEY, HUNZA COURT, Hunza's Ace, Minidece (dam of TISZAE). Dam of 12 named foals, 11 to race, 7 winners, inc:CRITIC (Centaine). 9 wins-2 at 2-from 900m to 1600m, NZ$217,375, Otaki Maori RC WFA S., Gr.1, Rotorua S., L, Otago RC South Island 3YO Championship Final, L, Southland RC New Zealand Bloodstock Air Freight S., L, ARC Waste Management P., Jacobsen Headstones H., Avondale JC New Zealand Bloodstock 2YO H., WRC Douro Cup, 2d BOP RC Japan-New Zealand International Trophy, Gr.2, Cambridge JC Travis S., Gr.2, Ashburton RC Inglewood S., L, Counties RC Franklin Builders H., 3d Egmont RC Fayette Park S., Gr.3, CJC Warstep S., L, Avondale JC Auckland Owners Cup, 4th ARC Easter H., Gr.1, Avondale JC 2YO Fillies S., L, WRC Anniversary H., L. Producer. Srikandi. Placed in NZ. Dam ofPennies in Heaven. 5 wins from 1400m to 2150m, Avondale JC Ego Fast H., BOP RC J Swap Contractors H., Matamata RC Mitre 10 H., 2d Rotorua RC Royal & Sunalliance H., Waikato RC Eurest H. Dam ofSINGLE CURRENCY (Bachelor Duke). 7 wins from 1200m to 1600m, NZ$100,800, Waikato RC Sprint H., L, Rich Hill Stud H., 2d CJC Avon City Ford H., 3d ARC New Zealand Thoroughbred Showcase H., 4th Waikato RC Shaw's Wire Ropes Sprint H., L. SUPER JOCKEY (Sandtrap). 5 wins at 1200m, NZ$12,500, HK$6,153,750, K$392,000,000, 1,688,200Dhs in NZ, HK and Korea, Seoul Korea Sprint, L, Hawkes Bay HB Master Plumbers H., HKJC Citibank Global Banking H., Berlin H., Manawatu Challenge Trophy H., 2d Meydan Dubai Golden Shaheen, Gr.1, HKJC Premier Bowl H., L, National Day Cup, L, Friendship Bridge H., Amah Rock H., Surrey H., Audemars Piguet H., 3d HKJC National Day Cup, L, Sunflower H.

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Race Record AGE

RUNS

1ST

2ND

3RD

EARNINGS

3

7

3

3

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A$173,593

4

8

5

-

1

A$2,626,224

TOTALS

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8

3

1

A$2,799,817

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 MVRC WS Cox Plate, 2040m, beating 11 Group 1 winners including All Too Hard, Pierro, Ethiopia, Shoot Out, Green Moon, More Joyous, Southern Speed, Sincero, Linton, Glass Harmonium and Happy Trails Gr.1 MRC Underwood Stakes, 1800m, beating 10 Group 1 winners including Voila Ici, December Draw, Southern Speed, Sincero, Manighar, Zabeelionaire, Mawingo, Winchester, Sanagas and Niwot Gr.1 Caulfield Stakes, 2000m, beating Group 1 winners Alcopop, Sincero and Sanagas Gr.1 ARC New Zealand Stakes, 2000m, beating Group 1 winners Veyron, Artistic, Shuka, Shootoff and Nashville Gr.1 Hawke’s Bay Makfi Challenge Stakes, 1400m, beating Group 1 winners Xanadu, Mufhasa, Guiseppina, Time Keeper, Fleur de Lune and Frtizy Boy Gr.3 Wellington Stakes, 1600m, beating Nashville and Burgundy

Stud Record Sire of 76 runners, 36 winners, including 1 Stakes winner and 6 Stakes performers. Stakes winners include OCEAN JEWEL WATC Placid Ark Stakes (L). Stakes performers include Another Dollar 2nd QLD Oaks (Gr.1), 2nd The Roses (Gr.2), 2nd BRC Gold Coast Bracelet (L), Mongolianconqueror 2nd New Zealand Derby (Gr.1), 2nd Waikato Guineas (Gr.2), Pretty to Sea 2nd ATC Adrian Knox Stakes (Gr.3), Ocean’s Fourteen 2nd Geelong Classic (L) and Dancer’s Kin 3rd SAJC Queen Adelaide Stakes (L). 48% winners from runners. The sire of winners in 3 different countries worldwide.

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RESIDENT STALLIONS / SACRED FALLS

Sacred Falls Unbeaten at two years and Champion New Zealand three-year-old of his year, Sacred Falls raced successfully against the best company over four seasons, winning nine races including four Group Ones. SERVICE FEE

$30,000+gst LFG

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RESIDENT STALLIONS / SACRED FALLS

SACRED FALLS

Overview

His stellar performances at three were highlighted by an impressive win in the Doncaster Handicap Gr.1, New Zealand 2000 Guineas Gr.1, Hawkes Bay Guineas, Gr.2 and the James and Annie Sarten Memorial, Gr.3.

defeating no fewer than 25 Group One winners during his seven Stakesrace wins and, when retired, was the highest Stakes winning NZ-bred stallion ever to go to stud in New Zealand with earnings of $4.7 million.

In Sydney with Chris Waller at three and four years he won the prestigious Doncaster Handicap Gr.1 and was the first colt in 50 years to win back to back Doncasters. He also showed his undoubted class by winning the weight-for-age George Main Stakes Gr.1.

A 100 per cent homebred being by the Waikato Stud homebred Champion Sire O’Reilly, Sacred Falls boasts an impressive maternal pedigree being a daughter of the winning Redoute’s Choice mare Iguazu’s Girl from a family laden with Group winning names such as Splashing Out, Shopaholic, Splurge, Omnicorp, Crimson, Pharostan and Vonusti.

Sacred Falls’ quality as a racehorse is measured by being the only horse ever to defeat Pierro in Sydney,

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Leaving youngsters that don’t look like they’re going to take long to get up and running, Sacred Falls’ first crop of yearlings exuded a quality that attracted many of the biggest buyers. Sacred Falls was the leading First Season Sire at the 2018 Karaka Yearling sale and across all Australasian yearling sales, his 55 individual lots grossed $6,109,780, sold for an average price of $111,086 and sold for up to $300,000, with six lots fetching more than $200,000.


SACRED FALLS

Pedigree

SIRE LINE

SACRED FALLS

O’REILLY Horse of the Year in NZ in 1996-97. Champion Sprinter & Miler in NZ in 1996-97. 4 wins from 1000m to 1600m, NZ$183,000, A$70,000, WRC Telegraph H., Gr.1, Levin RC Bayer Classic, Gr.1, BOP RC Dominion Electrical 3YO H., WRC Daily Waste 3YO H., 2d VRC Australian Guineas, Gr.1. He entered stud in 1997. Champion NZ Sire in 2007-08, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, third in 2002-03, 2005-06, 2006-07. Leading NZ Sire (Aust. & NZ figures combined) in 2007-08, 2012-13, 2013-14, third in 2006-07, 2008-09. Leading NZ Sire (worldwide) in 2008-09, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15. Leading NZ Sire of 3YOs in 2011-12. Leading NZ Sire of Winners in 2011-12, 2012-13. Champion Sire in HK in 2007-08. Second on Aust. Sire List (AEI) in 2007-08. Champion NZ Broodmare Sire in 201617. Sire of 1332 progeny to race, 907 winners (68.0%), earnings of over $122 million, 88 stakes winners, 75 stakes placegetters.

By O’Reilly, from Iguazu’s Girl (by Redoute’s Choice) 15.3 hh | 2009 | Brown

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RESIDENT STALLIONS / SACRED FALLS

Sacred Falls was the leading First Season Sire at the 2018 Karaka Yearling sale and across all Australasian yearling sales, his 55 individual lots grossed $6,109,780, sold for an average price of $111,086 and sold for up to $300,000, with six lots fetching more than $200,000.

1st Dam IGUAZU'S GIRL, by Redoute's Choice. 2 wins at 900m, 1000m in NZ. Half-sister to SPLASHING OUT (dam of SHOPAHOLIC, SPLURGE, PACKING PINS). Dam of seven named foals, five to race, three winners, inc:SACRED FALLS (c. by O'Reilly). Subject horse. 2nd Dam IGUAZU, by Carolingian. 12 wins-3 at 2-from 800m to 2000m, Manawatu Classic, Gr.3, Otago RC White Robe Lodge H., Gr.3, Gore Guineas, L, Otago Breeders' S., L, Ashburton RC Ray Coupland S., L, CJC Canterbury Belle S., L, South Island 2YO S., L, Southland RC Windsor Park Stud S., L, CJC AMP Amicus Group H., Hawkes Bay Trinity Hill Te Awa Farm 2YO H. Half-sister to Clermont Rose (dam of GRAND DANCER, ASPINAL). Dam of 7 foals, 6 to race, all winners, inc:SPLASHING OUT (O'Reilly). 4 wins from 1100m to 1600m, MRC Thoroughbred Club S., Gr.3, QTC Princess S., MVRC Ashley's Foresters Arms Hotel H. Dam ofSPLURGE (Savabeel). 8 wins from 1200m to 1600m, Manawatu Challenge S., Gr.2, ARC Darley P., Gr.3, Cambridge JC AON Insurance Brokers H., ARC Shaws Wire Ropes H., Ophthalmic Instruments H. SHOPAHOLIC (Pins). 5 wins-1 at 2-to 1400m, MRC Angus Armanasco S., Gr.2, VRC Vanity S., Gr.3, MRC Derrinstown Stud Ireland P., Cove Hotel H., 3d MRC Twilight Glow S., L, BMW H., Waikato RC Iverquantel Juvenile H., 4th VRC Gucci S., L. Producer. PACKING PINS (Pins). 7 wins to 1400m, NZ$122,750, HK$8,586,500, to 2017-18, Rotorua RC Arawa S., Gr.3, HKJC Vengeance of Rain H., Cotton Tree H., Lukfook Jewellery Cup, Freesia H., Audemars Piguet Lady Royal Oak Offshore H., H Moser & Cie Excellent H., 2d Waikato Sprint, Gr.1, ARC Railway S., Gr.1, HKJC Chinese Club Challenge Cup, L, Eagle's Nest H., Paris H., 3d HKJC Champions Mile, Gr.1, Sprint Cup, L. Spending (Pins). Winner at 1000m, A$120,350, VRC Nouvelle Star H., 2d VRC AR Creswick S., L, MRC PFD Food Services H., Kellie Turvey H. 3rd Dam CLERMONT LASS, by Centaine. Unraced. Three-quarter-sister to CENTIE LASSIE, Mi Centie, half-sister to ZAMAZAAN LASS, PRINCE BOURBON, Bourbon Lassie (dam of OMNICORP, CRIMSON, PHAROSTAN, BOURBON BOY). Dam of 10 foals, all raced, 7 winners, inc:IGUAZU (Carolingian). 12 wins. See above. Clermont Rose (Sound Reason). 4 wins at 1200m, 1400m, Gore RC Princess Mellay S., Otago Thoroughbred Breeders H., Otago RC Bob Wilson Memorial H., 2d Gore Guineas, L, Otago RC Dunedin Guineas, L, 3d Southland RC White Robe Lodge S., L. Dam ofGRAND DANCER (No Excuse Needed). 4 wins-1 at 2-at 1200m, 1400m, NZ$75,100, A$9,225, HK$1,739,250, ARC Eclipse S., Gr.3, HKJC Audemars Piguet Millenary H., Eagle's Nest H., 2d HKJC Lady Jules Audemars H., Choi Hung H., 4th AJC Royal Sovereign S., Gr.2, Waikato RC New Zealand Bloodstock Classique, RL. ASPINAL (Pins). 6 wins-1 at 2-at 1200m, 1300m, NZ$210,110, A$8,500, Rotorua RC Lion Red P., L, Avondale JC New Zealand Bloodstock 2YO Fillies H., 2d Hawkes Bay Traderacks S., Gr.3, 3d Hawke's Bay Guineas, Gr.2, ARC Newmarket H., L.

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Race Record AGE

RUNS

1ST

2ND

3RD

EARNINGS

2

2

2

-

-

A$9,975

3

8

5

1

-

A$1,616,439

4

9

1

1

1

A$2,814,300

5

8

1

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A$260,500

TOTALS

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9

2

1

A$4,701,215

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 ATC Doncaster Handicap (2013), 1600m, beating 11 Group 1 winners including Pierro, Norzita, Streama, Danleigh, Shoot Out, Appearance, Secret Admirer, Happy Trails, Glass Harmonium, Red Tracer and Ethiopia Gr.1 ATC Doncaster Handicap (2014), 1600m, beating 8 Group 1 winners including Royal Descent, Hawkspur, Hana’s Goal, My Kingdom of Fife, Dissident, Fat Al, Streama, and Dear Demi Gr. 1 ATC George Main Stakes, 1600m, beating Group 1 winners Royal Descent, Laser Hawk, Lucia Valentina, Hawkspur and Rising Romance Gr. 1 New Zealand Two Thousand Guineas, 1600m, beating Oasis Rose and Warhorse Gr.2 Hawke’s Bay Guineas, 1400m, beating Southern Lord and Silverdale Gr. 3 Waikato RC James & Annie Sarten Memorial Stakes, 1400m, beating Rollout the Carpet and Fix Listed Whangarei RC Westbury Stud Challenge Stakes, 1200m, beating Southern Lord and Travino

Stud Record His first crop will be two-year-olds in the 2018-19 season.

SACRED FALLS

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RESIDENT STALLIONS / TIVACI

Tivaci Brilliant Group One winner Tivaci was one of the most iconic sprinter/milers of his generation and is touted as the world’s fastest son of champion sire High Chaparral. SERVICE FEE

$20,000+gst LFG

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TIVACI

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TIVACI

Overview

The ‘coup d’état’ by Waikato Stud on the Australian Breeding Industry in 2017 undoubtedly came in securing High Chaparral’s Group One winning son Tivaci prior to his magnificent win in the All Aged Stakes Gr.1 at Royal Randwick. Before his iconic win in the Group One All Aged Stakes, the son of the highly successful High Chaparral already had the physical attributes to suggest the four-year-old would develop into a magnificent stallion, with a pedigree to match being out of the twice winning Fastnet Rock mare Breccia, herself a daughter of the Perth Cup Gr.2 winning mare Luna Tudor by Military Plume, by Sir Tristram. The time-honoured All Aged Stakes Gr.1 added the third component to the

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stallion criteria by beating Australia’s best sprinters/milers which included English, Le Romain, Divine Prophet and Redkirk Warrior in the Group One 1400 metre event at Royal Randwick. The ‘coup d’état’ was complete as Tivaci was already secured by Waikato Stud for the New Zealand breeding industry and retired henceforth. Tivaci has now let-down into a magnificent stallion, standing over 16.1 hands and showing more muscle and strength than his own sire High Chaparral who prematurely died when aged only 15 years. On the racecourse the Aidan O’Brien trained High Chaparral was nothing short of world-class, winning two Breeders’ Cups and the English and Irish Derbys, an Irish Champion Stakes

and a third in the Prix de I’Arc de Triomphe. He has sired well over 100 Stakes winners including 22 that have won at Group One level. Tivaci displayed a greater turn of foot than any of High Chaparral’s Group One winners, finishing with six wins between 1000 metres and 1600 metres. He won three times at Group level and also won the Listed Kensington Stakes in which he ran his last 600 metres in 32.1s. Tivaci’s first foals will be born in the 2018-19 season.


TIVACI

Pedigree

SIRE LINE

TIVACI

HIGH CHAPARRAL Champion 3YO Colt in GB & Ireland in 2002 (Long). Champion Grass Male in USA in 2002 & 2003. Champion Older Male in Ireland in 2003 (Int./Long). 10 wins-2 at 2-from 7f to 1½m, £923,996, €1,879,797, US$2,021,600, The Derby, Gr.1, Irish Derby, Gr.1, Leopardstown Irish Champion S., Gr.1, Breeders’ Cup Turf S., Gr.1-twice, Doncaster Racing Post Trophy, Gr.1, Curragh Royal Whip S., Gr.2, Leopardstown Derby Trial S., Gr.3, Ballysax S., L, 3d Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, Gr.1-twice. He entered stud in Ireland in 2004. He entered stud in NZ in 2005. Champion Aust. Sire (AEI) in 2009-10, 2010-11. Leading NZ Sire (Aust. & NZ comb.) in 2010-11, second in 2009-10. Champion Sire in Czech Republic in 2014. Sire of 1647 progeny to race, 1027 winners (62.0%), earnings of over $128 million, 113 stakes winners, 66 stakes placegetters.

By High Chaparral, from Breccia (by Fastnet Rock) 16.1 hh | 2012 | Bay

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RESIDENT STALLIONS / TIVACI

Tivaci displayed a greater turn of foot than any of High Chaparral’s Group One winners, finishing with six wins between 1000 metres and 1600 metres.

1st Dam BRECCIA, by Fastnet Rock. 2 wins at 2000m, 2d AJC Warwick Farm 100 Club H., Convention Centre H., STC Members H. Half-sister to ALLEZ WONDER, PRETTY PINS. Dam of two named foals, one to race, inc:TIVACI (c. by High Chaparral). Subject horse. 2nd Dam LUNA TUDOR, by Military Plume. 10 wins from 1250m to 3200m, A$401,095, WATC Perth Cup, Gr.2, York H., L, RA Rigg H., Healthy Choice Quality H., Ron Goddard Memorial H., Denise's Joy Mares H., Burswood Theatre H., Queen Inca H., 2d WATC Swell Baby Quality H., Columban H., 3d WATC RA Rigg Quality H., Champs Eatery H., Snack on Health H., Forest H., Sweetheart H., Busselton 1404AM H., 4th SAJC West End Draught S., Gr.3, WATC Winter Cup, Gr.3. Half-sister to Yasmin Tudor (dam of AMPHRITITE). Dam of 10 named foals, 8 to race, 6 winners, inc:ALLEZ WONDER (Redoute's Choice). 3 wins at 1600m, 2050m, A$509,263, MRC Toorak H., Gr.1, Illawarra TC Keith F Nolan Classic, L, MVRC Pacific Communications H., 3d VRC Oaks, Gr.1. Dam ofBewildering. Winner at 1200m in 2016-17, Gawler & Barossa JC Family Fun Day Raceday P. Zaheeb. Winner at 1100m in 2016-17 in Aust. PRETTY PINS (Pins). 6 wins from 1050m to 2000m, A$329,900, BRC Chairman's H., Gr.3, Sky Racing World H., Ascend Sales H., T&J Whitehouse Investments H., ATC Calcoup Knigtwear H., BRC CBUS Super H., 2d BRC Grace Construction Products H., 3d BRC Premier's Cup, Gr.3, Qld Tatt's RC Tattersall's Cup, Gr.3, BRC Industrial & Protective Coatings H., ATC Tab.com.au H., BRC Bakerbooth Plumbing H., 4th BRC Brisbane Cup, Gr.2, ATC Winter Challenge H., L. Perfect Match. Winner at 2000m, HKJC Panasonic Viera H., 2d HKJC Luard H., Grass Island H. Captain Scott. 5 wins from 1200m to 1600m, 2d ARC Barfoot & Thompson Trophy H., 3d ARC Lindauer Mile H., Counties RC Flooring HQ H. Breccia. 2 wins. See above. Just Go With It. 4 wins at 1500m, 1800m in Macau. High Tudor. Unraced. Dam ofSavvy Henry. 3 wins at 2000m, 2200m, A$76,025, 2d MVRC Drainman Tour of Victoria Distance Final H. Jack High. Winner at 1400m, 3d WATC Tabtouch Home of Racing & Sport H. Famous by Name. 2 wins at 1600m in Aust. 3rd Dam MOON STORM, by Jungle Boy. 2 wins at 1150m, 1400m in Aust. Dam of 13 foals, 12 to race, 5 winners, inc:LUNA TUDOR (Military Plume). 10 wins. See above. Yasmin Tudor (Polish Patriot). Placed at 3, 2d WATC Affirmed H., 3d Western Australian Oaks, Gr.2, WATC Belmont Oaks, L, Burgess Queen S., L. Dam ofAMPHRITITE (Statoblest). 2 wins-1 at 2-at 1100m, 1400m, A$75,510, WATC Gimcrack S., L, 882 6PR Breakfast H., 2d WATC Burgess Queen S., L, Paklani 2YO H., 3d Western Australian Guineas, Gr.2, WATC Capel Hare H. Producer. Step Forward (Nothin' Leica Dane). 9 wins-1 at 2-from 1200m to 2200m, A$169,950, 2d Canberra Cup, L, AJC Soho Square H., STC Freeways Friday Lunch Show H., 3d AJC Bacardi Breezer H., Copeland H. Lunar Module. 7 wins from 1200m to 1600m, A$183,862, WATC Slate Blended Bourbon H., Become a Racing Member H., 2d WATC Hurricane Sky H., Winter Reds in the Terrace H., Tabspringracing.com.au H., Perth Racing on Twitter H., 3d WATC Drill Rigs Australia H., Perth Saints FC H., Become a Perth Racing Facebook Fan H. Moonbeam. 4 wins at 1100m, 1200m, WATC Spencers Paddock H., USS Houston Survivors H., Belle of the Turf H., 2d WATC Milady H., Baroness H., 3d WATC Toyota Paseo H., Koonunga Hill H., First Lady H., Tomito H., TV Extra H. Producer.

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Race Record AGE

RUNS

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2ND

3RD

EARNINGS

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12

4

2

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A$241,300

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9

2

1

2

A$750,950

TOTALS

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6

3

2

A$992,250

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 ATC All Aged Stakes, 1400m, beating Group 1 winners English, Le Romain, Divine Prophet and Redkirk Warrior Gr.3 VRC CS Hayes Stakes, 1400m, beating Group 1 winners Palentino and Bon Aurum Gr.3 Sunshine Coast Guineas, 1600m, beating High Spirit and Sold for Song Listed VRC Kensington Stakes, 1000m, beating Group 1 winners Hellbent and Flamberge

Stud Record His first crop will be foals in the 2018-19 season.

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RESIDENT STALLIONS / ROCK ‘N’ POP

Rock ‘n’ Pop The emergence of Rock ‘n’ Pop’s first crop progeny into classic contending autumn three-year-olds is hardly surprising given the son of Fastnet Rock’s superior race performances and dam-line which reveals Group One performances at the Derby and Oaks distances. SERVICE FEE

$9,000+gst LFG

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ROCK ‘N’ POP

Overview

Rock ‘n’ Pop’s sire Fastnet Rock has not only proved himself a Champion Sire with superior runners of all ages over all distances but his influence as a sire of sires is now adding greatly to his legacy. The strength of Rock ‘n’ Pop’s maternal pedigree with its stamina component is now showing with runners such as The Mayor who finished a close-up and unlucky fourth in the New Zealand Derby Gr.1 of 2018. The Sunline Vase Gr.3 runnerup and Oaks runner Gold Spice also now numbers among Rock ‘n’ Pop’s three Stakes performers and winners in four different countries. The influence of Sir Tristram through Rock ‘n’ Pop’s New Zealand Derby Gr.1 winning dam Popsy is a factor.

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The multiple Group winning New Zealand Filly of the Year Popsy won six times from 1600 metres to 2400 metres. Stamina is further derived through Rock ‘n’ Pop’s second dam, Beks, a Stakes winner of 10 races up to 2500 metres, by staying sire In The Purple. Rock ‘n’ Pop’s three-quarter sister Lilakyn won the Listed Feilding Gold Cup over 2400 metres and finished second in the Brisbane Cup Gr.1. Rock ‘n’ Pop’s ability to sire progeny who can produce a turn of foot is consummate of his own brilliance; his final 600m in 33.24s in the New Zealand 2000 Guineas Gr.1 win is an inherent trait from his own sire Fastnet Rock who was champion three-yearold colt of Australia, and in the same

year was crowned Champion Sprinter of Australia in 2004-05. Rock ‘n’ Pop offers a balance of speed and stamina and with his progeny now reaching racing maturity, the ingredients are all in place for an exciting future. In the sale ring, yearlings and twoyear-olds by Rock ‘n’ Pop have been highly sought after by international buyers. At the 2017 Karaka Ready to Run sale, two-year-olds by Rock ‘n’ Pop sold for up to $110,000 and in 2018, his Book One yearlings sold for up to $90,000 and averaged $41,250 – more than 4.5 times his service fee.


ROCK ‘N’ POP

Pedigree

SIRE LINE

ROCK ‘N’ POP

FASTNET ROCK Champion 3YO colt & sprinter in Australia in 2005. 6 wins to 1200m, A$1,724,100, MRC Oakleigh P., Gr.1, VRC Lightning S., Gr.1, AJC Up & Coming S., Gr.2, VRC Lexus Classic S., Gr.2, NSW Tatt’s RC Roman Consul S., Gr.3, VRC Rory’s Jester P., Gr.3, 2d VRC Newmarket H., Gr.1, AJC TJ Smith S., Gr.1, San Domenico S., Gr.2, STC Pago Pago S., Gr.2, MRC Guineas Prelude, Gr.3, STC Skyline S., Gr.3, Crusoe’s Fijian Retreat 2YO H., 3d AJC Sires’ Produce S., Gr.1, VRC Poseidon S., L, 4th STC Golden Slipper S., Gr.1, Silver Slipper S., Gr.2. He entered stud in Aust. in 2005. Champion Aust. Sire in 201112, 2014-15, second in 2012-13, third in 201617. Leading Aust. Sire (worldwide earnings) in 2011-12, 2014-15, 2016-17. Leading Aust. Sire of 3YOs in 2011-12, 2014-15. Champion Sire in Hong Kong in 2016-17. Sire of 1539 progeny to race, 1088 winners (70.0%), earnings of over $151 million, 137 stakes winners, 108 stakes placegetters.

By Fastnet Rock, from Popsy (by Sir Tristram) 16 hh | 2008 | Bay

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RESIDENT STALLIONS / ROCK ‘N’ POP

Rock ‘n’ Pop offers a balance of speed and stamina and with his progeny now reaching racing maturity, the ingredients are all in place for an exciting future.

1st Dam POPSY, by Sir Tristram. Second top filly on The 1993-94 NZ 3YO Free H. 6 wins from 1600m to 2400m, NZ$351,750, New Zealand Derby, Gr.1, ARC Championship S., Gr.1, Counties Cup, Gr.2, ARC Queen Elizabeth H., Gr.2, Hawkes Bay CRI Bar & Grill S., 2d Auckland Cup, Gr.1, Counties RC Metric Mile, L, Matamata RC Thompson Marks & Ewen Equine Veterinary P.H. Dam of thirteen foals, ten to race, nine winners, inc:ROCK 'N' POP (c. by Fastnet Rock). Subject horse. LILAKYN (f. by Danehill). 8 wins from 1400m to 2400m, NZ$158,725, A$60,000, Feilding Gold Cup, L, Wanganui Cup, L, Matamata RC Stanley Group H., Hawkes Bay Snow Northe Memorial H., Marton JC J & J Walters H., WRC Lion Brown 3YO H., 2d Cambridge JC Travis S., Gr.2, QTC Brisbane Cup, Gr.2, Hawkes Bay Waste Management H., 3d Hawkes Bay Cleve Mackie H., Fulton Hogan H., 4th Rotorua Cup, Gr.3. Producer.   2nd Dam BEKS, by In the Purple. 10 wins from 1600m to 2500m, NZ$88,645, WRC Wellington Racing Club H., L, New Zealand Cup Trial H., CJC Jockey Club H., Christmas H., 2d CJC South Island Thoroughbred Breeders' S.H., L, 3d Otago RC Dunedin Gold Cup, Gr.3, CJC Lion Brown H., 4th Waikato Gold Cup, Gr.3, Southland RC Invercargill Gold Cup, Gr.3. Three-quarter-sister to In the Country (dam of SONATA), half-sister to (MY) STEELY DAN, PRINCE STANDAAN, Street Hawk, Ayla (dam of BATTLE HAWK). Dam of 5 foals, all raced, 3 winners, inc:POPSY (Sir Tristram). 6 wins. See above. Bektris. Unplaced. Dam ofSoak Up the Sun (Desert Sun). 2 wins-1 at 2-at 1200m, 1300m, AJC Magnificent H., 2d AJC King Brian 2YO H., 3d STC Magic Night S., Gr.2. Producer.   3rd Dam MISS JUBILEE, by Sovereign Prince. Unraced. Half-sister to RATIONALE (dam of EGOLI LASS, WISE LASS), Top Grade, In the Country (dam of SONATA). Dam of 17 foals, 13 to race, 7 winners, inc:(MY) STEELY DAN (Standaan). Second top colt on The 1986-87 NZ 3YO Free H. 12 wins from 1150m to 1600m, NZ$352,900, A$97,500, New Zealand Two Thousand Guineas, Gr.1, WRC DB 1600 S., Gr.1, VATC JJ Liston S., Gr.2, Cambridge Breeders' S., Gr.3, WRC Whyte H., L, Levin Cup, CJC Avon City Ford P., Egmont RC Peat Marwick Sprint H., Rotorua RC Air New Zealand Flying H., Taranaki RC Caltex Star H., 2d WRC DB 1600 S., Gr.1, Manawatu RC Awapuni Gold Cup, Gr.2, VATC Memsie S., Gr.2, Marton JC Metric Mile, Gr.3, WRC Thompson H., Gr.3, ARC Guineas Trial, L, 3d Waikato RC Lion Brown Sprint, Gr.1, CJC Winter Cup, Gr.3, WRC Thompson H., Gr.3. PRINCE STANDAAN (At Talaq). 4 wins-2 at 2-from 1400m to 2500m, A$389,900, Moonee Valley Gold Cup, Gr.2, VATC Schweppes Cup, L, VRC Rothsay 2YO H., MVRC Sunbeam 2YO H., 2d South Australian Derby, Gr.1, Geelong RC Derby Trial S., L, SAJC Veuve Clicquot S., L, MVRC Ella Bache' Mile H., VATC Permastall P., Australian Racing Writers Welter H., 3d Kilmore Cup, L, 4th VRC Australian Guineas, Gr.1, Saab H., Gr.2, VATC Autumn Sprint H., L, JD MacDonald S., L. BEKS (In the Purple). 10 wins. See above. Ayla. 6 wins from 1200m to 2000m, ARC National Yearling Sales H., Thames JC Gold Cup, 2d ARC Christmas H., 3d Waikato RC Mark Roughton H., 4th Te Aroha JC Star Way S., Gr.3, Wairarapa Thoroughbred Breeders S., L. Dam ofBATTLE HAWK (Centaine). 7 wins from 1400m to 2200m, A$240,065, VATC Norman Robinson S., L, Polio Eradication H., Ming Dynasty H., Orrong H., 2d South Australian Derby, Gr.1, 3d MVRC Bill Stutt S., Gr.2, SAJC Veuve Clicquot S., L. Sire. Jubilee Princess. Unraced. Dam ofMi Steel. Raced twice. Dam ofMI JUBILEE (Howbaddouwantit). Champion 2YO Filly in NZ in 2004-05. Top filly on The 2004-05 NZ 2YO Free H. 9 wins-4 at 2-at 800m, 1200m, NZ$315,874, A$31,575, ARC Ellerslie Sires' Produce S., Gr.1, Matamata Breeders' S., Gr.2, BOP RC Morton Estate Sparkling H., Waikato RC Fairview Motors H., ARC Auckland International Airport H., WRC Life Pharmacy Queensgate 3YO H., 2d WRC Wakefield Challenge S., Gr.2, ARC Vincent Collins Farewell H., STC Franklins Supermarket H., Waikato RC Munns the Man's Store H., ARC Gen-I H., Manawatu RC New Zealand Bloodstock 2YO H., 3d AJC Carrington S., L, 4th Taranaki 2YO Classic, Gr.3.

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Race Record AGE

RUNS

1ST

2ND

3RD

EARNINGS

3

9

3

3

1

A$359,112

4

2

-

-

-

A$1,000

TOTALS

11

3

3

1

A$360,112

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 New Zealand Two Thousand Guineas, 1600m, beating Group 1 winners Anabandana and Shuka Listed ARC Karaka Mile, 1600m, beating Mosh Pit and Fort Lincoln SECOND

Gr. 1 New Zealand Derby, 2400m, Silent Achiever was 1st and Carrick 3rd Listed Ashburton RC Ray Coupland Stakes, 1400m, Shuka was 1st and Bulwer Bay 3rd

Stud Record Sire of 39 runners, 11 winners and 3 Stakes performers. Stakes performers include Gold Spice 2nd ARC Sunline Vase (Gr.3), The Mayor 4th ARC New Zealand Derby (Gr.1) and Paris Rock 4th VRC Vanity Stakes (Gr.3). The sire of winners in 4 different countries worldwide.

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THE WAIKATO STUD STORY

The Waikato Stud Story After 50 years of consolidation; building the broodmare band, stallion roster and nurturing the land, Waikato Stud is now amongst the world’s leading producers of Group One performers. The synergy of bloodstock, environment and personnel are the three vital components or stars that have aligned, not by accident, but by design. We are proud to say that careful planning coupled with judicious selection and a hardworking team has given us today’s mantle of ‘leading stud.’ Waikato Stud was founded in 1967 when billionaire oilman Nelson Bunker Hunt from Texas purchased the then Matamata dairy farm which comprised of 188 hectares. Bunker Hunt had prior to that time been very successful in purchasing New Zealand-bred fillies which he had taken home to the USA for racing and breeding.

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Decies’ presence at Waikato Stud was significant. He was highly successful and sired Dulcify in his first crop. Other early stallions such as Pompeii Court achieved a great degree of success and the Stud has never been without a good stallion.

Starcraft triumphed in two Group One events in Europe which earned him the title of World Champion Older Turf Miler. His Waikato Stud owned dam Flying Floozie won three consecutive ‘New Zealand Broodmare of the Year’ titles.

But it was Garry who took Waikato Stud to a new level with judicious stallion selection and broodmare retention. Today, many of the Stud’s 220 broodmares trace back to the best families that were bred, raced and retained from the family’s original Thornton Park Stud at Longburn.

Over many years, Waikato Stud has averaged 12 Stakes winners a year and from the first year the Stud has bred 38 individual Group One winners of 74 Group One races. For the past five Karaka Yearling Sales, Waikato Stud has topped the aggregate and earned the title of leading vendor (2014 to 2018).

The term ‘shuttle stallion’ wasn’t even invented at that time but Bunker Hunt who at one time owned over 1000 horses was a man ahead of his time and he imported Waikato Stud’s and Australasia’s first ever shuttle-stallion in Prétendre – a son of Doutelle who came within a neck of winning the 1966 English Derby.

Garry knew the value of the land both in terms of acreage and its quality. He carried out a large portion of the expansion and today Waikato Stud enjoys one of the best-appointed facilities in the world on thoroughbred-rearing land of exceptional quality. Today the property in size is 688 hectares and is indisputably the number one producer of Group One winners in New Zealand and is also one of the best internationally.

Waikato Stud’s early stallion roster after Prétendre included Decies, My Friend Paul, Brigand, Magnesia, Barcas, Ace Of Aces and Zephyr Bay. Then came Pompeii Court and Dahar in the public company era prior to the arrival of Garry and Mary Chittick in 1993 who brought with them one of the great stallion successes in Centaine. Later came Danasinga, O’Reilly, Pins, No Excuse Needed and Fast ‘n’ Famous prior to the current line-up.

In the first decade of the new millennium, Waikato Stud was recognised as the leading Australasian breeder of Group One winners. In 2008-09 alone the Stud produced six individual Group One winners of nine Group One events throughout Australasia. A couple of years earlier in 2006 the Stud created history when it became the first New Zealand Stud to breed a Group One winner in Europe.

Of Waikato Stud’s 21 Group Oneproducing stallions, eight have been awarded champion sire status. These stallions include: Decies, Pompeii Court, Dahar, Centaine, O’Reilly, Pins, Savabeel and No Excuse Needed. Stud patriarch Garry Chittick has twice been honoured with a Racing Excellence and Outstanding Contribution Award in 2006 which ten years later was followed by his induction into the New Zealand Racing Hall of Fame. Waikato Stud has enjoyed a wonderful first 50 years, and the start of the second 50 also looks extremely bright with Mark Chittick now at the helm and a further generation of Chitticks following closely in his footsteps.


Of Waikato Stud’s 21 Group One-producing stallions, eight have been awarded champion sire status.

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A tribute to Pins 1996 - 2018

The sudden death of Pins on Sunday, 29th April, 2018 was a sad day for both the Stud and the entire breeding industry, but the loss is tempered in the knowledge his contribution to this industry has been nothing short of magnificent. Pins came to Waikato Stud in the year 2000, stood for 18 seasons, had sired 709 individual winners of 2,370 races at the time of his death, was twice the recipient of the Centaine Award, was twice Champion Sire of Hong Kong and sired champion Group One winners El Segundo, Aerovelocity, Ambitious Dragon, Katie Lee, Legs, Econsul, Porotene Gem and A Touch of Ruby. On two occasions Pins won the Centaine Award for the leading New Zealand sire based on global progeny earnings, and his record of Stakes winners-to-runners placed him in the top seven stallions of Australasia – an impressive effort given the sires ahead of him all stand for many times Pins’ final 2017 service fee. The legacy left by Pins will live long in the annals of New Zealand racing and breeding for not only has he proved himself a prolific sire of winners but he is now becoming increasingly successful with his daughters throwing numerous top class performers. No one has felt the death of Pins more deeply than Waikato Stud principal Mark Chittick who was at Flemington in March 2000 to witness Pins’ greatest success in the Group One Australian Guineas. That day he made up his mind the stallion

career of Pins would be best served at Waikato Stud – subsequently Mark negotiated his purchase for $1.5 million and then syndicated him.

the Karaka Sales of 2018 where in Book One his yearlings sold for up to $420,000 at an average of more than $130,000.

“He has been a massive part of the growth we have experienced here at Waikato Stud and he has also been a big part of my growth personally,” lamented Mark. “He was such a great character and had an incredible personality, but always knew how to keep you on your toes.”

“Pins was an incredible stallion and his versatility as a sire has always amazed me,” said Mark in the week following Pins’ death. “To be able to leave one of the world’s best sprinters in Aerovelocity, have Cup winners and winners aged two to eight is just incredible.”

Pins was a resounding success from his first season when he stood for $9,000, eventually reaching a fee of $50,000 at the height of his career. But when he arrived he was firstly in the shadow of the all-conquering Centaine and afterwards Hall of Fame inductee O’Reilly who dominated his era to such a large degree, and finally at the time of his demise, the current champion sire Savabeel.

“Pins provided people with so much joy, from people who have had the pleasure of working with him through to breeders and those who have raced his progeny.” Pins, who was rising 22 years of age, has been buried alongside fellow Waikato Stud champions O’Reilly, Centaine and Pompeii Court, under the trees adjacent to the stallion barn.

Amid the career of those three iconic names Pins might have been considered the quiet achiever yet his record says quite clearly that he is one of the greatest sires of all time in New Zealand. On Stakes winners alone he is the fourth most successful sire ever to stand stud in New Zealand behind Zabeel, Sir Tristram and O’Reilly. The respect Pins established internationally was again evident at

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Waikato Stud have bred 38 Group One winners of 74 Group One races.

WAIKATO STUD / HONOUR ROLL

Honour Roll Savvy Coup

Hasahalo

Embellish

Bay Filly, 2014 By Savabeel, from Eudora

Bay Filly, 2014 By Savabeel, from Halloween

Brown Colt, 2014 By Savabeel, from Bling

MAJOR WINS

MAJOR WINS

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 New Zealand Oaks

Gr.1 New Zealand One Thousand Guineas

Gr.1 New Zealand Two Thousand Guineas

I Do

Costume

Grey Mare, 2007 By No Excuse Needed, from Freequence

Bay Mare, 2009
 By Savabeel, from Disguised

Diademe Bay Mare, 2008 By Savabeel, from Bling MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 Te Aroha JC New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders’ Stakes

Sacred Falls Bay Stallion, 2009 By O’Reilly, from Iguazu’s Girl MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 ATC Doncaster Hcp – Twice Gr.1 ATC George Main Stakes Gr.1 New Zealand Two Thousand Guineas

Metal Bender Bay Gelding, 2005 By Danasinga, from Jacqwin MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 ATC George Ryder Stakes Gr.1 STC Rosehill Guineas Gr.1 AJC Randwick Guineas Gr.1 BRC Doomben Cup

Alamosa Brown Stallion, 2004 By O’Reilly, from Lodore Mystic

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MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 Hawke’s Bay Makfi Challenge Stakes

Brambles Bay Gelding, 2008 By Savabeel, from Prickle

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 Waikato RC Herbie Dyke Stakes Gr.1 Spring Classic

Scarlett Lady Bay Mare, 2007 By Savabeel, from On Call MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 BRC Queensland Derby

Gr.1 Queensland Oaks Gr.1 ARC New Zealand Stakes

Markus Maximus

Daffodil

Brown Gelding, 2005 By Pentire, from Shafty Lady

Bay Mare, 2005 By No Excuse Needed, from Spring

MAJOR WINS

MAJOR WINS

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 WATC Derby

Guyno Brown Gelding, 2003 By O’Reilly, from River Century MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 WATC Derby

Gr.1 New Zealand One Thousand Guineas Gr.1 AJC Australian Oaks Gr.1 Hawke’s Bay Windsor Park Challenge Plate

Vision And Power Bay Gelding, 2002 By Carnegie, from Escada

MAJOR WINS

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 WRC Thorndon Mile Gr.1 ARC Diamond Stakes Gr.1 MRC Toorak Handicap Gr.1 Otaki Maori RC WFA Stakes

Gr.1 AJC Doncaster Handicap Gr.1 STC George Ryder Stakes


Marju Snip

Legs

Lachlan River

Swick

Bay Mare, 2002 By Marju, from Aulide

Bay Mare, 2002 By Pins, from River Century

Bay Gelding, 2001
 By Desert King, from Viveasha

Bay Gelding, 2001
 By O’Reilly, from Crème Anglaise

MAJOR WINS

MAJOR WINS

MAJOR WINS

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 SAJC Australasian Oaks

Gr.1 Hawke’s Bay Kelt Capital Gr.1 New Zealand Oaks

Gr.1 Queensland Derby

Gr.1 VRC Patinack Classic

Glamour Puss

Critic

Bay Mare, 2000
 By Tale of the Cat, from Escada

Brown Mare, 1998
 By Centaine, from Benazir

Arenti Bay Gelding, 2001
 By O’Reilly, from Gio

Starcraft

MAJOR WINS

Chestnut Stallion, 2000
 By Soviet Star, from Flying Floozie

Sgp-1 Singapore TC Lion City Cup

MAJOR WINS

Taupo Retreat Bay Gelding, 1996
 By Centaine, from Icelette MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 Gosforth Park TC November Handicap

Great Command Chestnut Gelding, 1993
 By Marscay, from Tisolde MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 New Zealand Derby Gr.1 Waikato RC International Stakes

Kinjite Brown Stallion, 1988
 By Centaine, from Pilmuir

Gr.1 Prix du Moulin de Longchamp Gr.1 Australian Derby Gr.1 Newmarket Queen Elizabeth II Stakes Gr.1 AJC Chipping Norton Stakes Gr.1 Hawke’s Bay Mudgway Partsworld Stakes

Imprimatur Chestnut Colt, 1983 By Imposing, from Calera MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 Spring Champion Stakes

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 Otaki Maori RC WFA Stakes

O’Reilly Brown Stallion, 1993
 By Last Tycoon, from Courtza MAJOR WINS

Alf

Gr.1 WRC Telegraph Handicap Gr.1 Levin RC Bayer Classic

Chestnut Gelding, 1995
 By Masterclass, from Susy’s Magic

Our Pompeii

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 AJC Sires’ Produce Stakes

Kapchat Bay Mare, 1990
 By Centaine, from Kapelle MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 STC Winfield Classic

Derobe Bay Mare, 1993
 By Pompeii Court, from Petite Voleuse MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 South Australian Oaks

Slight Chance Bay Horse, 1989
 By Pompeii Court, from Hunza MAJOR WINS

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 AJC Epsom Handicap Gr.1 Spring Champion Stakes Gr.1 STC George Ryder Stakes

MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 VRC Salinger Stakes Gr.1 SAJC Goodwood Handicap

Gr.1 South Australian Derby Gr.1 SAJC Adelaide Cup –twice

Full and By Bay Horse, 1985
 By Zephyr Bay, from Stenorette

Brown Mare, 1989
 By Centaine, from Lady Aloof MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 VRC Oaks Gr.1 Queensland Oaks Gr.1 AJC Flight Stakes Gr.1 QTC Sires’ Produce Stakes Gr.1 QTC Castlemaine Stakes Gr.1 STC Ansett Australia Stakes

Imposera

Gr.1 AJC Champagne Stakes

Chestnut Mare, 1984 By Imposing, from Calera

MAJOR WINS

Lefroy

Gr.1 VATC Caulfield Cup Gr.1 Australasian Oaks

Gr.1 STC Golden Slipper Stakes Gr.1 VATC Blue Diamond Stakes

Chestnut Colt, 1974 By Decies, from Beaute de l’Or

River Rough

Gr.1 STC Rosehill Guineas Gr.1 AJC Australasian Champion Stakes Gr.1 Queensland Derby

Courtza Bay Mare, 1986
 By Pompeii Court, from Hunza

MAJOR WINS

MAJOR WINS

MAJOR WINS

Brown Horse, 1979 By Brigand, from Romantic Glory MAJOR WINS

Gr.1 VRC Pure-Pak Stakes – Twice

HONOUR ROLL

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The Waikato Stud Team THE WAIKATO STUD TEAM

Matching the superb environment at Waikato Stud is a fantastic team committed to our legacy of excellence.

Mark & Pippa Chittick

Garry & Mary Chittick

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Glenda Knight

Jasmine Robertson

Kelly Balsom

Andrew Jackson

Ragan Clancy

Lyall Clements

Gareth Downey

Sharon Meyer

Lee Favell

Tony Bailey

Emma Dench

Kayo Takahashi

Hazel Treymane

Libby Olsen

Steve Clark

Casey Favell

Nicole Andrew

Sam McLeish

Kane Clayton-Greene

Bev Spriggens

Jeremy Rogers

Kathleen Verry

Tom Spriggens

David MacKinnon

Tony Mudgway

Jaimee Gowler

Alan Neaves

Peter Retter

Kylie MacKinnon

Monique van Leeuwen

Wayne Willison

Eli Burr

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