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Pony Club Next For Mr Moet
Gr1-winning Perth galloper Mr Moet (Mosayter-Marlock Miss, by Karioi Star) has been retired and will pursue a new career on the equestrian circuit, reports The West Australian. Mr Moet's biggest win came when he stormed home to beat Luckygray in the 2012 Gr1 Railway Stakes (1600m) at Ascot, becoming the first horse since Beau Temps in 1951 to win WA's richest race first-up. The 7YO's last race start was in the Gr2 Perth Cup on New Year's Day, where he finished a well beaten 13th behind talented staying mare Real Love. "He is fit and well, but he has decided he's had enough of racing so he's retired," managing-owner Jim Smith said. "We decided on Perth Cup day that he would be retired. Some people have suggested giving him a break and bringing him back, but he is too high in the ratings and it would take 12 months to get him back down to a weight where he could be competitive again." He added, "The girl who has been riding him work for the past six months wants him for pony club and equestrian sports. She loves the horse and believes he has a bright future in the equestrian arena. So he won't be sitting under a tree, he'll be living an active life." Mr Moet retires with 12 wins and 10 placings from 42 starts for $1,623,430 earnings.
Argyle Unveils Exciting Breeding Incentives
Central NSW-based Argyle Thoroughbreds has unveiled some exciting incentives for broodmare owners in the lead-up to the soon-to-start 2014 breeding season. Argyle principal Louise Ellis revealed that the incentives have been created to assist breeders with their production costs during a period where many mare owners are still doing it tough. The incentives include:
- Book a nomination to Mosayter ($6,600), sire of Gr1 Railway Stakes winner Mr Moet, and also receive one free nomination to Marechal, the stakes-winning son of Golden Slipper winner Danzero. This package will include two months free agistment for the mares.
- Alternatively, book a mare to Marechal ($2,200) and receive a second nomination free.
Gr1-producing sire Mosayter
Magnifisio Wins Listed Northam Stakes
At Northam in Western Australia, Eliza Park's Gr1 Galaxy-winning stallion Magnus (Flying Spur-Scandinavia, by Snippets) added a black-type success when 4YO mare Magnifisio (Magnus-Ifestio, by Key Business) scored by 1.5-lengths for trainer Jim Taylor in the $125,000 Listed Northam Stakes (1100m) for 3YO+, over 4YO gelding Travinator (Mosayter-Revilo, by Tribu) & 7YO gelding Honest Lies (O'Reilly-Irish Lies, by Casual Lies). This was the third stakes success for Magnifisio who took her record to 9 wins (Listed RS Crawford Stakes & Listed Summer Scorcher) and 6 placings from 17 starts for $488,500 earnings. Magnifisio was purchased by Alan Macalister for $80,000 at the 2011 Magic Millions Perth Yearling Sale from the draft of Rangeview Stud.
It Is Written Wins Listed Abell Stakes
At Moonee Valley, Woodside Park stallion Written Tycoon (Iglesia-Party Miss, by Kenmare) added a black-type success when 5YO gelding It Is Written (Written Tycoon-Winning Team, by Danehill Dancer) scored by 0.1-length for trainer Robbie Griffiths in the $120,000 Listed Abell Stakes (1200m) for 3YO+, over fellow 5YO gelding Le Bonsir (Choisir-La Bella Dame, by Royal Academy) & 6YO gelding Solsay (Mosayter-Fimdal, by Fimiston). It Is Written took his record to 8 wins (including the Listed Testa Rossa Stakes) and 9 placings (including the Gr2 Australia Stakes & Listed Drummond Golf Stakes) from 32 starts for $469,913 earnings.
Durrant Hoping WA Star Gets Gr1 Send-Off
Prior to heading to the east coast of Australia where he will join the Chris Waller stable for a campaign, Mr Moet (Mosayter-Marlock Miss, by Karioi Star) will have a few more starts in his home state. According to the informant.co.nz, Perth trainer Adam Durrant confirmed Mr Moet will head to Sydney after the Cox Stakes later this month, but first he is hoping the 6YO gelding can give him a farewell win in the $500,000 Gr1 Kingston Town Classic (1800m) at Ascot on Saturday. Durrant said it wasn't practical for him to train Mr Moet for the Sydney autumn carnival. "Chris Waller at this stage is going to take him on because it's too hard for me with my team to get away," he told Melbourne radio station RSN. "Obviously I want to get him used to the different direction… it's important to give him a bit of experience going the other way and I wouldn't be able to do that before he races. The best thing to do for the connections and the horse is to give him a proper prep and why wouldn't you give him to the best?" Mr Moet, who was runner-up to Luckygray in last year's renewal of the Kingston Town, is currently on the third line of betting at 6-1.
Mr Moet Arrives In Melbourne For Spring
Top West Australian galloper Mr Moet (Mosayter-Marlock Miss, by Karioi Star) has touched down in Melbourne ahead of his spring opener in the Gr1 Makybe Diva Stakes (1600m) at Flemington on September 7, reports horseracing.com.au. The 6YO gelding proved to be a revelation last preparation with a surprise first-up victory in the Gr1 Railway Stakes followed by a 2nd in the Gr1 Kingston Town Classic behind Luckygray & victory in the Gr2 CB Cox Stakes. He then ventured to Melbourne and ran a cracking third to All Too Hard in the Gr1 CF Orr, & was runner-up to Foreteller in the Gr2 Peter Young Stakes before finishing mid-field in Super Cool's Gr1 Australian Cup. Trainer Adam Durrant has been impressed with Mr Moet's two recent barrier trial performances and is confident of a forward showing on his return. "He has come back in really good order," Durant revealed. "He is going to need to be better than he was in the Railway and lift a couple of cogs if he is going to be a spring contender."
Foreteller Wins Gr2 Peter Young Stakes
At Caulfield, champion sire Dansili (Danehill-Hasili, by Kahyasi) added a stakes success when 5YO gelding Foreteller (Dansili-Prophecy, by Warning) scored by 0.4-length for trainer Chris Waller in the $220,000 Gr2 Peter Young Stakes (1800m) for 3YOs+, over 5YO gelding Mr Moet (Mosayter-Marlock Miss, by Karioi Star) & 6YO gelding Budriguez (Al Maher-Deni, by St Covet). A 100,000 guineas (A$165,000) purchase by Waller at the 2010 UK Tattersalls Horses-In-Training Sale, Foreteller took his record to 8 wins (including the Gr3 David Jones Cup over 2000m in October 2011, Listed Maisons-Laffitte Prix de Suresnes over 1800m in April 2010) & 2 placings from 26 starts for $539,654 earnings. For in-depth race, winner & runner details click on the race name in this item.
All Too Hard Wins Gr1 CF Orr Stakes
At Caulfield, Gr1-winning & 5-times Gr1-placed Patinack Farm stallion Casino Prince (Flying Spur-Lady Capel, by Last Tycoon) added a Gr1 success when 3YO colt All Too Hard (Casino Prince-Helsinge, by Desert Sun) scored by 0.5-length for trainers Team Hawkes in the $400,000 Gr1 CF Orr Stakes (1400m) for 3YOs+, over 4YO colt Mawingo (Tertullian-Montfleur, by Sadler's Wells) & 5YO gelding Mr Moet (Mosayter-Marlock Miss, by Karioi Star). A $1.025 million graduate of the Inglis Easter Sale, All Too Hard took his record to 5 wins (including the Gr1 Caulfield Guineas over 1600m, plus last season's Gr2 Pago Pago Stakes, Gr2 VRC Sires Produce Stakes, Listed Talindert Stakes) & 3 placings (including runner-up in Gr1 WS Cox Plate & Gr1 Sires Produce Stakes plus 3rd in the Gr3 San Domenico Stakes) from 10 starts for $1,741,200 earnings.
All Too Hard wins the CF Orr (pic: Equine Images Racing Photography)
Saturday's Winners: By Stallion
The following Breeding&Racing Daily News stallions had winners or placed runners in Australia or New Zealand on Saturday... Click on any of their names for in-depth information and runner details: Bradbury's Luck, Casino Prince, Charge Forward, Clang, Clangalang, Dane Shadow, Desert King, Flying Spur, Foreplay, Helenus, Hidden Dragon, Husson Lightning, Hussonet, Keep The Faith, King Of Prussia, Lago Delight, Mosayter, Nothin' Leica Dane, Pendragon, Redoute's Choice, Sebring, Show A Heart, Snippetson, St Averil, Strada, Stratum, Stravinsky & Zabeel.
Luckygray Wins Gr1 Kingston Town Classic
At Ascot in Perth, Glenlogan Park Stud's dual stakes-winning stallion Bradbury's Luck (Redoute's Choice-Skating, by At Talaq) added a group success when 5YO gelding Luckygray (Bradbury's Luck-Damah Lady, by Mukaddamah) scored by 1.25-lengths for trainer Gino Poletti in the $500,000 Gr1 Kingston Town Classic (1800m) for 3YOs+, over fellow 5YO gelding Mr Moet (Mosayter-Marlock Miss, by Karioi Star) & 6YO entire God Has Spoken (Blackfriars-Dolly Will Do, by Rubiton). A $46,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Perth Sale, Luckygray took his record to 12 wins (also including 2011's Gr1 Railway Stakes, 2012's Gr2 Lee Steere Stakes, June's Gr3 Hyperion Stakes, Gr3 Roma Cup & Gr3 Belmont Sprint) & 2 placings (including runner-up in 2012's Gr1 Railway Stakes & 2011's Magic Millions Perth Trophy at Ascot) from 18 starts for $1,782,575 earnings. For in-depth race, winner & runner details click on the race name in this item.
Mr Moet Wins Gr1 Railway Stakes
At Ascot in WA, Argyle Thoroughbreds stallion Mosayter (Storm Cat-Bashayer, by Mr Prospector) added a Gr1 success when 5YO gelding Mr Moet (Mosayter-Marlock Miss, by Karioi Star) scored by 0.75-length for trainer Adam Durrant in the $1,000,000 Gr1 Railway Stakes (1600m) for 3YO+, over favoured fellow 5YO gelding Luckgray (Bradbury's Luck-Damah Lady, by Mukaddamah) & 6YO mare Rosie Rocket (Blackfriars-Rose for Jodi, by Scenic). Mr Moet took his record to 11 wins (including last start's Gr3 Strickland Stakes in August) & 6 placings from 24 starts for $1,020,080 earnings. For in-depth race, winner & runner details click on the race name in this item.
Argyle Thoroughbreds Secures Mosayter
Central West NSW property Argyle Thoroughbreds has purchased blue-blooded US-bred stallion Mosayter (Storm Cat–Bashayer, by Mr. Prospector) from his Western Australia connections. The successful transaction comes despite Mosayter emerging as one of Perth's most promising sires, including 2 individual stakes-winners in July: Mr Moet, the winner of the $126,000 Strickland Stakes (2000m) on July 7, and Shoot For Glory, a third placegetter in the Belmont Classic last Saturday. Originally sent East on a lease agreement, the now permanently NSW-based Mosayter stands for $4,400 alongside $2,200 Danzero stallion Marachel, a proven sire of city winners.
Elusive Image Wins Belmont Classic
Former shuttler Elusive Quality (Gone West-Touch Of Greatness, by Hero's Honor) added a black-type success (& 75th individual stakes-winner world-wide) when gelded son Elusive Image (Elusive Quality-Reflected Image, by Bluebird) scored a half-length victory in the $80,000 Listed Belmont Classic (2200m) for 3YOs at Belmont Park in Perth. Elusive Image (ridden by William Pike for trainer Grant Williams) defeated favoured filly Rantorini (Balestrini-Supranto, by Laranto) & fellow gelding Shoot For Glory (Mosayter-National Glory, by Royal Academy). Elusive Image (a Bob Peters home-bred) took his record to 3 wins & 3 placings from 11 starts for $144,225 earnings. (Click on the link for full race details from Group Race Results at Arion Pedigrees.)
Mr Moet Wins Strickland Stakes
Argyle Thoroughbreds stallion Mosayter (Storm Cat-Bashayer, by Mr Prospector) added a group success when 4YO gelding Mr Moet (Mosayter-Marlock Miss, by Karioi Star) notched his 3rd successive win with a half-length victory in the $125,000 weight-for-age Gr3 Strickland Stakes (2000m) at Belmont Park in Perth. Mr Moet (ridden by Peter Hall for trainer Adam Durrant) defeated fellow 4YO gelding & stable-mate Chester Road (Tiger Hill-Contiki Princess, by Woodman) & favoured 5YO mare Rosie Rocket (Blackfriars-Rose For Jodi, by Scenic). Mr Moet took his record to 10 wins & 6 placings from 23 starts for $392,180 earnings. (Click on the link for full race details from Group Race Results at Arion Pedigrees.)
Argyle Releases 2012 Fees
Leading NSW Central Tablelands property Argyle Thoroughbreds has announced their stallion and spelling fees for 2012. The 1800 acres agistment facility has prices starting as low as $12 a day for most horses. Their 2012 sires include Marechal (sire of Warwick Farm winner Girls Go Racing on June 23) & impeccably-bred Mosayter, whose fees are:
- Mosayter (Storm Cat-Bashayer, by Mr.Prospector) $4,400
- Marechal (Danzero-Gourette, by Chesne) $2,200
Mosayter Move To Argyle Thoroughbreds
Former WA-based sire Mosayter (Storm Cat-Bashayer, by Mr Prospector) is standing the 2010 breeding season at NSW Central West-based Argyle Thoroughbreds for $4,400. There are also a number of mare leasing opportunities available, including specifically selected mares by Royal Academy, Choisir, Dehere & Luskin Star in-foal to Mosayter. Mosayter has already sired a multiple stakes-performer Shajezar (Mosayter-Leuritron, by Jevington) from his 1st-crop & now boasts 9 winners & 8 place-getters from only 35 runners. His stakes-placed winning dam produced 5 winners & is a daughter of champion European 2YO Height Of Fashion (Bustino-Highclere, by Queen's Hussar) who produced 4-time Gr1-winners Naswan & Nayef, plus multiple Group-winners Unfuwain & Alwasmi, as well as stakes-winners Mukddaam & Sarayir (dam of dual Gr1-winner Ghanaati).
Mosayter To Stand At Argyle Thoroughbreds
Louise Ellis's NSW Central West-based stud Argyle Thoroughbreds has acquired UK dual-winner Mosayter (Storm Cat-Bashayer, by Mr Prospector) for the 2010 breeding season. Mosayter has already sired a multiple stakes-performer Shajezar (Mosayter-Leuritron, by Jevington) from his 1st-crop & currently boasts 7 winners & 8 place-getters from only 30 runners. His stakes-placed winning dam produced 5 winners & is a daughter of champion European 2YO Height Of Fashion (Bustino-Highclere, by Queen's Hussar) who produced 4-time Gr1-winners Naswan & Nayef, plus multiple Group-winners Unfuwain & Alwasmi, as well as stakes-winners Mukddaam & Sarayir (dam of dual Gr1-winner Ghanaati). Mosayter will stand at Argyle for $4,400.
Phenomenons Wins Roberts Stakes
Former Coolmore shuttler Giant's Causeway (Storm Cat-Mariah's Storm, by Rahy) added a black-type success (plus a stakes-placing) when favoured colt Phenomenons (Giant's Causeway-Demanding, by Octagonal) scored a 1-length victory in the $75,000 Listed J.C.Roberts Stakes (1800m) for 3YOs at Ascot in Perth. Phenomenons (ridden by Troy Turner for trainer Shane Edwards) defeated the geldings Shajezar (Mosayter-Leuritron, by Jevington) & Liquidation (Giant's Causeway-Artel, by Danehill). Phenomenons now has 3 wins & 2 placings from 6 starts for $126,050 earnings. (Click on the link for full race details from Group Race Results at AAP Racing.)
Dominicano Wins T.J.Smith Trophy
Former Gr1 Victoria Derby winner Blackfriars (Danehill-Kensington Gardens, by Grosvenor) added a black-type success when gelded son Dominicano (Blackfriars-Annapak, by Star Pak) scored a half-length victory in the $75,000 Listed T.J.Smith Trophy (1600m) for 3YO colts & geldings at Ascot. Dominicano (ridden by Shaun O'Donnell for trainer Darren McAuliffe) defeated top-weighted fellow gelding Liquidtion (Giant's Causeway-Artel, by Danehill) & another gelding Sahajezar (Mosayter-Leuritron, by Jevington). Dominicano (a $13,000 weanling at the 2006 Magic Millions Perth May Sale) now has a win & 3 runners-up from 8 starts for $94,200 earnings. (Click on the link for full race details from Group Race Results at AAP Racing.)
250 Lots At Millions Perth Winter Sale
Meanwhile Magic Millions will host a record 250 lots at its Perth winter mixed Sale at Belmont Park racecourse on Sunday May 28. Among them are:
- 75 weanlings by 29 different sires including Key Business, Stormy's Son, Blackfriars, Bletchley Park, Fighting Falcon, Danetime, Scenic, Verglas, Zedrich & newcomers Mosayter, Zentsov Street & Courvoisier.
- 25 yearlings including progeny of Danetime, Dante's Fury, Ron Bon & Stormy's Son.
- 28 tried racehorses including 6 city performers, among them: Mogul (winner of $166,000); & Gr2-placed mare Amica Bella.
- Multiple group-winner Secret Remedy (a $410,000-earner) presented as a stallion.
- 121 broodmares including coverings by Blackfriars, Bletchley Park, Carnegie, Country Reel, Dante's Fury, Fighting Falcon, Hurricane Sky, Ihtiram, Key Business, Lord Dane, Marooned, Mosayter, Secret Remedy, State City, Stormy's Son, Tobougg, Untouchable & Zentsov Street.
- Reduction draft from Fairfields Stud.
Chilean Superstar Heads To Australia
Australian thoroughbred agency, Pedigree Dynamics, who have in the past been instrumental in the purchase of overseas stallions Taimazov (by Southern Halo), Joyeux Danseur (Nureyev), Star Cross (Southern Halo), Mosayter (Storm Cat) & Numerous Times (by Numerous), is involved with the purchase of Chilean stayer Cefalu. According to Pedigree Dynamics principal Jane Henning, Chile's leading stayer, "Cefalu has been purchased via Pedigree Dynamics & Chilean agent Nelson Sepulveda by the Melbourne based racing group, OTI Racing and Bloodstock. Company Directors Terry Henderson and Simon O'Donnell are keen to source world class stayers, with the Melbourne Cup (of 2006) their primary aim." A 4YO gelded son of Dushyantor (Ire), turf specialist Cefalu won the Gr1 Chilean Derby before finishing runner-up in the invitation-only Gr1 Gran Premio Internacional Asociation Latinoamericana de Jockey Clubs in Argentina. Cefalu will arrive in Australia in late November and after a spell, "will be prepared by Lee Freedman with the 2006 CB Cox Stakes and Melbourne Cup in mind."