2018

Harlem Wins Gr1 Australian Cup

Monday, 12th March 2018

At Flemington in Melbourne, 6YO UK-bred entire Harlem (Champs Elysees-Casual, by Nayef) caused a huge 50-1 upset when finding a gap close to the rails in the final furlong to claim the $1.5 million Gr1 Australian Cup (2000m) for 3YO+, defeating fellow imports Gailo Chop & Ventura Storm. In doing so, the Lindsay Park training team of Hayes, Hayes & Dabernig became the first trainers since Lee Freedman in 2005 to claim the rare double of the Newmarket & Australian Cup. What added an even more extraordinary dimension to the result was that only hours earlier the same silks also took away the Gr1 Newmarket Handicap. Harlem was an expensive £520,000 2016 Tattersalls Autumn Horses-in-Training Sale purchase from the draft of Juddmonte Farms and in claiming the Australian Cup improved his record to 4 wins (including the Listed Prix Frederic la Lagrange & Gr3 Naturalism Stakes) and 4 placings (including the Gr3 Prix d'Hedouville, Gr3 Prix de Chantilly, Gr2 Blamey Stakes & Gr3 TS Carlyon Cup) from 20 starts for $1,354,208 in earnings. Harlem is the best performed galloper of the Danehill sire Champs Elysees, a winner of the Gr1 Hollywood Turf Cup.

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Harlem (image: Mark Gatt)

Gailo Chop Wins Gr3 TS Carlyon Cup

Monday, 12th February 2018

At Caulfield in Melbourne, 7YO French-bred gelding Gailo Chop (Deportivo-Grenoble, by Marignan) looks set for a lucrative autumn campaign after resuming with an impressive front-running win in the $150,000 Gr3 TS Carlyon Cup (1600m) for 4YO+, defeating Harlem & Lord Fandango. Owned by OTI Racing, Gailo Chop improved his record to 11 wins (including the Gr1 Caulfield Stakes, Gr1 Mackinnon Stakes, Gr3 La Coupe de Maisons-Laffitte & Listed Penny Edition Stakes) and 5 placings (Gr1 Prix d'Ispahan) from 24 starts for $2,468,047 in earnings.

MM Gold Coast Day-4: Top Sellers

Monday, 15th January 2018
  • $1.1 million - Snitzel x Intimate Moment filly (Mark Newnham Bloodstock)
  • $625,000 – Written Tycoon x Hill Street Blues colt (Aquis Farms)
  • $625,000 – I Am Invincible x Harlem Heat filly (Gollan Racing x John Foote Bloodstock)
  • $575,000 – Snitzel x Just Dancing filly (Belmont Bloodstock Agency)
  • $525,000 – I Am Invincible x Impressions filly (Boomer Bloodstock)
  • $525,000 – Tapit x Inventive filly (Boomer Bloodstock)

2017

Amelie's Star Escapes Cup Penalty

Tuesday, 10th October 2017

Amelie's Star has avoided a penalty for the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups following her win in last Saturday's Gr3 The Bart Cummings (2500m) at Flemington, reports racing.com. The Darren Weir-trained mare has been allocated 51kg in both races. "Amelie's Star will meet Almandin on the same weight terms in the Melbourne Cup as she did on Saturday [5.5kg less] and is 1.5kg worse off against Harlem," said Racing Victoria's Executive General Manger of Racing, Greg Carpenter. "Her Melbourne Cup weight will be 51kg, the same weight Almandin was given after he won The Bart Cummings in 2016 before going on to win the Melbourne Cup [with 52kg]." Amelie's Star will seek to join Brew and Almandin as just the third horse to claim the Bart Cummings-Melbourne Cup double since 2000.

Harlem Wins Gr3 MRC Foundation Cup

Monday, 25th September 2017

At Caulfield in Melbourne, 6YO UK-bred entire Harlem (Champs Elysees-Casual, by Nayef) earned himself an automatic entry in the Caulfield Cup when posting his first stakes victory since arriving in Australia in the $150,000 Gr3 MRC Foundation Cup (2000m) for 3YO+, defeating Samovare & Stampede. Harlem, who was a £520,000 purchase at the 2016 Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale, improved his record to 3 wins (inclcuding the Listed Prix Frederic de Lagrange) and 3 placings (including the Gr2 MRC Blamey Stakes) from $289,708 in earnings. "We thought this might be short still for him. His form over in Europe was over further," co-trainer Ben Hayes told racing.com. "Look out Caulfield Cup." The $3.15 million Gr1 Caulfield Cup (2400m) will be run at Caulfield on 21 October.

Gr1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes Field & Barrier Draw

Wednesday, 5th April 2017

The final field has been declared and the barrier draw conducted for the showpiece event of The Championships – the $4 million weight-for-age Gr1 Queens Elizabeth Stakes (2000m) – to be run at Royal Randwick this Saturday, 8 April. The race takes on special significance as the final autumn appearance of champion mare Winx, who will be chasing her 17th consecutive victory and an incredible 12th at Gr1 level. The world's equal highest rated horse (alongside Arrogate) has drawn perfectly in barrier three and will be partnered by her regular rider Hugh Bowman. Such is Winx's dominance that she is rated a $1.10 chance with Tab, practically rendering the Queen Elizabeth a non-betting affair except for those intrepid punters with Mariana Trench-like pockets. Winx's nearest market rival, Hartnell ($11), will jump from barrier one. The final field is:

  1. HARTNELL (John O'Shea-James Doyle) 59kg (1)
  2. EXOSPHERIC (Lee & Anthony Freedman-Kerrin McEvoy) 59kg (2)
  3. HAPPY CLAPPER (Patrick Webster-Blake Shinn) 59kg (5)
  4. THE UNITED STATES (Robert Hickmott-Damien Oliver) 59kg (7)
  5. SENSE OF OCCASION (Kris Lees-Corey Brown) 59kg (4)
  6. HARLEM (David & B Hayes & T Dabernig-Craig Williams) 59kg (8)
  7. SINGING (Kris Lees-Sam Clipperton) 59kg (9)
  8. NO DOUBT (Anthony & Edward Cummings-Tommy Berry) 59kg (6)
  9. WINX (Chris Waller-Hugh Bowman) 57kg (3)

Palentino Wins Gr2 Blamey Stakes

Monday, 20th March 2017

At Flemington in Melbourne, unbeaten European Champion juvenile & dual Gr1-winning Darley shuttler Teofilo (Galileo-Speirbhean, by Danehill) added a Group success when 4YO entire Palentino (Teofilo-Palatine Hill, by Palace Music) scored by 3.25 lengths for trainer Darren Weir in the $200,000 Gr2 Blamey Stakes (1600m) foe 3YO+, over 6YO Japanese-bred entire and stable-mate Tosen Stardom (Deep Impact-Admire Kirameki, by End Sweep) & 5YO UK-bred entire Harlem (Champs Elysees-Casual, by Nayef). The Sun Stud-owned Palentino, who was purchased by Darren Weir for $85,000 at the 2014 Magic Millions Tasmanian Yearling Sale from the draft of Macleay Thoroughbred Stud, improved his record to 5 wins (including the Gr1 Makybe Diva Stakes, Gr1 Australian Guineas & Listed Hilton Resorts & Hotels Stakes) and 3 placings (including the Gr2 MVRC Alister Clark Stakes) from 17 starts for $1,170,110 earnings.

2016

Tattersalls Autumn HIT Sale Day-3: Review

Friday, 28th October 2016

Phenomenal trade continued on day three of the Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale where the international buying bench once again contributed to significant increases across all key metrics. The top two lots realised the highest prices at this sale for six years whilst a total of 20 lots topped six figures. The Juddmonte draft was among the highlights with a total of 32 horses selling for 2,257,500 guineas, including the 520,000 guineas sale-topper Harlem (Champs Elysees - Casual, by Nayef). A total of 286 lots sold on day three for 9,653,300 guineas at an average of 33,753 guineas and a median of 17,000 guineas. The clearance rate was a remarkable 95%. Harlem became the highest priced lot sold at the Tattersalls Autumn HIT Sale since 2010. Offered as part of the Juddmonte draft, the son of Champs Elysees was knocked down to Alastair Donald of SackvilleDonald who was standing with Australian-based agent Louis Le Metayer of Astute Bloodstock.  Formerly trained by Andre Fabre, the 4YO won 2 of his 8 starts, including the Listed Prix Frederic de Lagrange and was also placed three times in Group company. Boasting a 'Timeform' rating of 118, Harlem will continue his career in Australia. "He is for a Hong Kong-based client, who is determined to win the Sydney Cup," said Donald. "It is worth A$2 million and is part of the ATC Championships series. I bought Spillway for the client and he won the Australia Cup. That horse was trained by David Hayes and he will train this horse too."

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Harlem (image: Tattersalls)

Karaka Graduates Help Waller Break Record

Monday, 1st August 2016

Two alumni of the Karaka sale ring played a starring role as champion expat New Zealand trainer Chris Waller enjoyed a record-breaking treble at Rosehill on Saturday. Waller went into the meeting with 166 metropolitan wins in Sydney this season, needing another two to beat the record of 167.5 that he himself set in 2012-13. Win number 167 came courtesy of the Premier Sale graduate Harlem Lady (Zabeel), who won by a length in a Benchmark 85 event over 1500m. Pioneering (Sebring) became Waller's 168th winner two races later, and then the Karaka weanling sale graduate Marenostro (Duelled) capped the day with a tenacious victory in the feature race – the Listed Winter Challenge over 1500m. Ridden by Tye Angland, Marenostro raced close to the pace before throwing down a challenge to the leader Oxford Poet more than 500 metres from home and outgunning that rival down the straight to win by half a length. "We're very proud of the record," said Waller, a familiar face on the Karaka buyers' bench. "Our staff are just doing a fantastic job 52 weeks of the year. It's the last Saturday of the season today but they'll be there tirelessly tomorrow and they'll be there Monday for the start of the new season." He added: "So I'm proud for them and obviously proud of the support we get. It's a big thing. We're all here every Saturday doing our best, as all the other trainers are, and the competition is so great in Sydney."

Mares Set To Star At NZB Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale

Thursday, 14th July 2016

The upcoming New Zealand Bloodstock Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale at Karaka features a number of mares who are carrying foals by some of the country's hottest young stallions. Few fit that description better than Tavistock (Montjeu), whose first two crops to race have included Gr1 winners Volkstok'n'barrell (NZ), Tarzino (NZ), Tavago (NZ) and Werther (NZ). Three mares in the Winter Sale catalogue are in foal to the Cambridge Stud sensation:

Lot 18 is the winning mare Valtier. By Fastnet Rock, she is closely related to the multiple Singapore stakes winner Moon Shadow (Bellotto).

Lot 27 is Coral Reef, a winning mare by the global supersire Galileo. She has already produced a winner from two foals to race, and she is a descendant of the Irish Oaks winner Knight's Baroness.

Lott 44 is the Black Minnaloushe mare Jazzella (NZ). A three-time stakes winner, Jazzella is already the dam of talented Sydney mare Harlem Lady (Zabeel).

Other prized lots include:

Lot 12 - Sunalta (Rock Of Gibraltar), an unraced daughter of legendary mare Sunline.

Lot 13 - Sunset Stripper (Volksraad), a half-sister to the dam of Hong Kong Horse of the Year Werther (Tavistock). Sunset Stripper is in foal to Albrecht.

Lot 50 - Pins mare Melodic in foal to Shamexpress. Melodic is already the dam of two winners from four foals to race. She comes from the family of Gr1 winners Black Mamba, Tully Thunder, and Roman Emperor.

A total of 83 horses will go through the Karaka sale ring, starting at 12pm on Friday 29 July. Click here to view the online catalogue.

Fastnet Rock Adds France Gr2

Monday, 6th June 2016

At Chantilly in France, Coolmore's Gr1-winning son of Danehill and former champion Australian sire Fastnet Rock (Danehill-Piccadilly Circus, by Royal Academy) added a European Group success when 4YO Irish-bred entire One Foot In Heaven (Fastnet Rock-Pride, by Peintre Celebre) scored by 0.75-length for trainer Alain De Royer Dupre in the Gr2 Prix de Chantilly (2400m), over 5YO gelding Garlingari (Linngari-Garlinote, by Poliglote) & 4YO UK-bred entire Harlem (Champs Elysees-Casual, by Nayef). One Foot In Heaven improved his record to 5 wins (including the Gr3 Prix d'Hedouville & Listed Prix Lord Seymour) and 1 placing from 7 starts. The beautifully bred One Foot In Heaven is the fourth foal to race for former champion French mare Pride, winner of three Gr1 races namely the Prix de Saint-Cloud, British Champion Stakes & Hong Kong Cup. She was also runner-up to Rail Link in the 2006 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. One Foot In Heaven is also a direct descendent of influential US mare Miss Disco, best known as the dam of champion racehorse and legendary breed-shaping sire Bold Ruler. Trainer Alain de Royer-Dupre said One Foot In Heaven would now be spelled with a view to targeting Gr1 races later in the year. “He gets better and has that fantastic turn of foot of his mother and adapts to everything,” de Royer-Dupre said. "Still I feel he needs a little break now, so he will not go to the Gr1 Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud and will instead come back in September.”

Fastnet Rock Adds France Gr3

Tuesday, 10th May 2016

At Saint-Cloud in France on Sunday, Coolmore's Gr1-winning son of Danehill and former champion Australian sire Fastnet Rock (Danehill-Piccadilly Circus, by Royal Academy) added a European Group success winner when 3YO Irish-bred colt One Foot In Heaven (Fastnet Rock-Pride, by Peintre Celebre) scored by 1-length for trainer Alain De Royer Dupre in the Gr3 Prix d'Hedouville (12 furlongs) for 3YO+, over fellow 3YO colt Harlem (Champs Elysees-Casual, by Nayef) & 4YO entire Grey Lion (Galileo-Grey Lilas, by Danehill). One Foot In Heaven advanced his record to 4 wins (including the Listed Prix Lord Seymour) and 1 placing from 6 starts for €95,250 earnings. The beautifully bred One Foot In Heaven is the fourth foal to race for former champion French mare Pride, winner of three Gr1 races namely the Prix de Saint-Cloud, British Champion Stakes & Hong Kong Cup. She was also runner-up to Rail Link in the 2006 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. One Foot In Heaven is also a direct descendent of influential US mare Miss Disco, best known as the dam of champion racehorse and breed-shaping legendary sire Bold Ruler.

2015

Serene Majesty Wins Gr3 Thoroughbred Club Stakes

Monday, 12th October 2015

At Caulfield in Melbourne, Coolmore's Gr1-winning Danehill stallion Fastnet Rock (Danehill-Piccadilly Circus, by Royal Academy) added a Group success when 3YO filly Serene Majesty (Fastnet Rock-Custard, by Lonhro) scored by 1.5-lengths for trainers Peter & Paul Snowden in the $150,000 Gr3 Thoroughbred Club Stakes (1200m) for 3YO fillies, over fellow 3YO fillies Secret Agenda (Not a Single Doubt-Negotiate, by Red Ransom) & Harlem River (Fastnet Rock-Harlem Heat, by Xaar). This was the first stakes victory for Serene Majesty who took her record to 2 wins and 1 placing from 4 starts for $133,450 earnings. Serene Majesty was purchased by Kitchwin Hills for $400,000 at the 2104 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale from the draft of Segenhoe Stud Australia.

Harlem River Wins Listed Tattersall's Stakes

Monday, 22nd June 2015

At the Gold Coast in Queensland, Coolmore's Gr1-winning son of Danehill Fastnet Rock (Danehill-Piccadilly Circus, by Royal Academy) added a black-type success when 2YO filly Harlem River (Fastnet Rock-Harlem Heat, by Xaar) scored by 1-length for trainer Gai Waterhouse in the $100,000 Listed Tattersall's Stakes (1400m) for 2YOs, over fellow 2YO filly Star Of Night (Wicked Style-Daunting Thought, by Just Awesome) & 2YO gelding Falloch (Falvelon-Retirement Day, by Pompeii Court). This was the first stakes victory for the Coolmore-owned Harlem River who took her record to 1 win and 2 placings (including the Listed BRC Lancaster Stakes & Listed Woodlands Stakes ) from 3 starts for $113,500 earnings. Harlem River, who hails from the family of stakes winning sprinters Flaming Hot and Hot As Hell, was a $180,000 purchase by bloodstock agent Anthony Penfold at the 2014 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale from the draft of Yarraman Park Stud.

Flippant Wins Listed Lancaster Stakes

Tuesday, 9th June 2015

At Doomben in Queensland, Yarraman Park's Gr3-winning & 4-time Gr1-placed stallion Hinchinbrook (Fastnet Rock-Snippets' Lass, by Snippets) added a black-type success when 2YO filly Flippant (Hinchinbrook-Lady Beckworth, by General Nediym) scored by 1.3-lengths for trainers Peter & Paul Snowden in the $100,000 Listed Lancaster Stakes (1200m) for 2YO fillies, over fellow fillies Harlem River (Fastnet Rock-Harlem Heat, by Xaar) & Opinionated (Markane-Legal Tune, by Piccolo). Flippant, who was purchased for $220,000 by McKeever Bloodstock at the 2014 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale from the draft of Bell River Thoroughbreds, took her record to 3 wins (including the Listed Woodlands Stakes) and 1 placing from 5 starts for $172,710 earnings. Flippant is out of the well related General Nediym mare Lady Beckworth, a half-sister to superstar mare Atlantic Jewel (Fastnet Rock) and Gr1 Thousand Guineas winner Commanding Jewel (Commands).

Flippant Wins Listed Woodlands Stakes

Monday, 18th May 2015

At Scone in the NSW Hunter Valley, Yarraman Park's Gr3-winning & 4-time Gr1-placed stallion Hinchinbrook (Fastnet Rock-Snippets' Lass, by Snippets) celebrated his first stakes winner when 2YO filly Flippant (Hinchinbrook-Lady Beckworth, by General Nediym) scored an easy 2.3-length win for trainers Peter & Paul Snowden in the $140,000 Listed Woodlands Stakes (1100m) for 2YO fillies, over fellow fillies Harlem River (Fastnet Rock-Harlem Heat, by Xaar) & Miss Antaeus (I Am Invincible-Crestfallen, by Rivotious). Flippant, who was purchased for $220,000 by McKeever Bloodstock at the 2014 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale from the draft of Bell River Thoroughbreds, took her record to 2 wins and 1 placing from 4 starts for $108,201 earnings. Flippant is out of the well related General Nediym mare Lady Beckworth, who is a half-sister to superstar mare Atlantic Jewel (Fastnet Rock) and Gr1 Thousand Guineas winner Commanding Jewel (Commands).

2012

Captain Rio Adds UK Black-Type

Tuesday, 9th October 2012

In the UK at Redcar, NZ Westbury Stud shuttler Captain Rio (Pivotal-Beloved Visitor, by Miswaki) added a black-type success when juvenile filly Body & Soul (Captain Rio–Goodwood March, by Foxhound) scored by 2.75-lengths for trainer Tim Easterby in the £221,100 Listed Redcar 2YO Trophy (6 furlongs) for 2YOs, over the colts Hototo (Sleeping Indian–Harlem Dancer, by Dr Devious) & Annunciation (Proclamation–Rockburst, by Xaar). Winning his 1st stakes race, Body And Soul took her record to 4 wins & a placing from 6 starts.

Exceed And Excel Adds UK Gr3 Quinella

Wednesday, 1st August 2012

Also overnight at Goodwood, Darley's dual Gr1-winning former Australian champion 1st-season sire Exceed And Excel (Danehill-Patrona, by Lomond) added a UK juvenile group success (and quinella) when the colt Bungle Inthejungle (Exceed And Excel-License To Thrill, by Wolfhound) scored by a head for trainer Mick Channon over favoured fellow juvenile colt Morawij (Exceed And Excel-Sister Moonshine, by Piccolo) & the colt Hototo (Sleeping Indian-Harlem Dancer, by Dr Devious) in the £40,000 Gr3 Molecomb Stakes (5 furlongs) for 2YOs. Bungle Inthejungle took his record to 3 wins from 6 starts.

US Sires Tiago & Harlem Rocker To Miss 2012 Season

Friday, 13th January 2012

Adena Springs general manager Eric Hamelback announced US multiple Gr1-winning & multiple Gr1-placed 8YO stallion Tiago (who stands for Adena Springs at McMahon Of Saratoga Thoroughbreds in New York) "is likely to miss" the 2012 breeding season because he is still recuperating from colic surgery performed last week at Rood And Riddle Equine Hospital near Lexington. Tiago (Pleasant Tap-Set Them Free, by Stop the Music) is the 2nd stallion standing for Adena Springs at McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds that may miss this year's breeding season: Harlem Rocker (Macho Uno-Freedom Come, by Lit de Justice) recently underwent surgery "to alleviate symptoms of spinal cord compression" & is also still recuperating. Tiago's 1st foals are yearlings, while Harlem Rocker's 1st foals will arrive this year.

  • Tiago (a half-brother to 2005 Gr1 Kentucky Derby winner Giacomo) stood the 2011 season at US$5,000; on the track he won the Gr1 Santa Anita Derby, Gr1 Goodwood Stakes, Gr2 Swaps Breeders' Cup Stakes & Gr2 Oaklawn Handicap, plus finishing 3rd in both the Gr1 Belmont Stakes & Gr1 Breeders' Cup Classic.
  • Harlem Rocker stood the 2011 season at US$3,500; on the track he won the US Gr3 Withers Stakes & Canada's Listed Prince Of Wales Stakes, plus runner-up in the US Gr1 Cigar Mile Handicap & 3rd in the US Gr2 Jerome Handicap.

2011

Awesome Again US Fee Unchanged For 2012

Monday, 21st November 2011

Franck Stronach's Adena Springs Kentucky announced Gr1 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Awesome Again will continue to stand at his 2011 service fee of US$50,000 for the 2012 breeding season. Adena Springs is also holding its other stallions at their 2011 fee levels.

KENTUCKY

  • US$50,000 Awesome Again (Deputy Minister-Primal Force, by Blushing Groom) same
  • US$20,000 Ghostzapper (Awesome Again-Baby Zip, by Relaunch) same
  • US$15,000 Macho Uno (Holy Bull-Primal Force, by Blushing Groom) same
  • US$7,500 Einstein (Spend A Buck-Gay Charm, by Ghadeer) same

NEW YORK: McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds

  • US$10,000 Touch Gold (Deputy Minister-Passing Mood, by Buckpasser) same
  • US$6,000 Alphabet Soup (Cozzene-Illiterate, by Arts And Letters) same
  • US$5,000 Silent Name (Sunday Silence-Danzigaway, by Danehill) same
  • US$5,000 Tiago (Pleasant Tap-Set Them Free, by Stop The Music) same
  • US$3,500 Harlem Rocker (Macho Uno-Freedom Come, by Lit De Justice) same

CALIFORNIA: Magali Farms

  • US$5,000 Olmodavor (A.P.Indy-Corrazona, by El Gran Senor) same
  • US$5,000 Giacomo (Holy Bull-Set Them Free, by Stop The Music) same
  • US$2,500 Noble Court (Doneraile Court-Grey Dawn Grey, by Grindstone) new

CANADA

  • C$12,000 Milwaukee Brew (Wild Again-Ask Anita, by Wolf Power)) same
  • C$10,000 North Light (Danehill-Sought Out, by Rainbow Quest)) same
  • C$6,000 Sligo Bay (Sadler's Wells-Angelic Song, by Halo) same
  • C$5,000 Showing Up (Strategic Mission-Miss Alethia, by T.V. Commercial) same
  • C$5,000 Wilko (Awesome Again-Native Roots, by Indian Ridge) same
  • C$4,000 Giant Gizmo (Giant’s Causeway-Golden Antigua, by Hansel) same
  • C$4,000 Plan (Storm Cat-Spain, by Thunder Gulch) new
  • C$2,500 Mast Track (Mizzen Mast-Nawal, by Homme De Loi) same
  • C$2,500 Singing Saint (El Prado-Relaxing Rhythm, by Easy Goer) same

12 Aust-Bred Winners In Malaysia

Monday, 9th May 2011

In Malaysia, 12 Australian-bred gallopers scored at Penang:

  • 6YO gelding Stone Crab (Ihtiram-Belle Temps, by Don't Say Halo) won over 1400m for trainer Mohamed Sukri. Stone Crab was a $15,000 yearling consigned by Rocliffe Stud at the 2006 Magic Millions Perth Autumn Sale.
  • 7YO gelding Fight To Live (Tayasu Tsuyoshi-Pretty Alert, by Shalford) won over 1700m for trainer Richard Lines. Fight To Live was a $32,000 yearling consigned by Riverside Stud at the 2005 Magic Millions Perth Premier Sale.
  • 5YO gelding Rush Hour (Manner Hill-Amber Lunch, by Lunchtime) won over 1100m for trainer James Brogan. Rush Hour was a $29,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale & subsequently a $30,000 2YO at the 2007 Magic Millions Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
  • 5YO gelding Full Power (Zeditave-Finance Review, by Last Tycoon) won over 1100m for trainer Kevin Coetzee Kevin Coetzee. Full Power was a $20,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Summer Sale.
  • 5YO gelding Blazing Power (Clang-Angel Of Harlem, by Switch In Time) won over 1100m for trainer Mohamed Sukri. Blazing Power was a $4,000 weanling at the 2006 Inglis Victorian June Sale & subsequently an $18,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Perth Autumn Sale.
  • 3YO gelding Free Gift (Tale Of The Cat-Pimpinella, by Flying Spur) won over 1200m for trainer Kevin Coetzee. Free Gift was a $90,000 yearling consigned by Willow Park as agent at the 2009 Magic Millions Premier sale.
  • 4YO gelding Mudhish (Redoute's Choice-Alzahra, by Sir Cat) won over 1200m for trainer Aditiyan Selvaratnam. Mudhish was passed-in as a yearling for $195,000 at the 2008 Inglis Easter Sale.
  • 7YO gelding Bright King (Flying Spur-Rapport, by Zafonic) won over 1400m for trainer Mohamed Sukri.
  • 3YO gelding Warn You Man (Monashee Mountain-Kampalette, by Kampala) won over 1200m for trainer Tiang Kim Choi. Warn You Man was a $6,000 yearling consigned by Baarhina as agent at the 2009 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale & subsequently a $25,000 2YO consigned by Washpool Lodge at the 2009 Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
  • 3YO gelding Tentenwin (Untouchable-Upper Yield, by High Yield) won over 1100m for trainer Lim Boon Thong. Tentenwin was a $65,000 2YO at the 2009 Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
  • 4YO gelding Confrere (Bianconi-Treen, by Twig Moss) won over 1100m for trainer Richard Lines. Confrere was a $9,000 yearling at the 2008 Inglis Melbourne Premier Sale & subsequently a $38,000 2YO at the 2008 Magic Millions Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
  • 5YO gelding Unified Spirit (Verglas-Social Habits, by Chief's Crown) won over 1200m for trainer Evelyn Seet.

NZB Festival Yearlings Day-1: Top Lots

Monday, 7th February 2011
  • NZ$60,000 Gallant Guru-Blessed Thee colt (R.James)
  • NZ$58,000 Nothing To Lose-She's Just Dreamy colt (S.McKee)
  • NZ$52,000 Don Eduardo-Angel Of Harlem colt (Wexford Stables)
  • NZ$45,000 Snitzel-Suva filly (B.Foote)
  • NZ$44,000 Al Samer-Cumulous colt (P.Moroney)
  • NZ$42,000 Perfectly Ready-Rose Quartz colt (S.McKee)
  • NZ$41,000 Written Tycoon-Yunki colt (M.Eales)
  • NZ$40,00 Align-Canzano colt (M Racing)

2010

Adena Springs 2011 US & Canada Stud Fees

Thursday, 11th November 2010

Kentucky

  •  US$50,000 Awesome Again (Deputy Minister-Primal Force, by Blushing Groom)
  •  US$20,000 Ghostzapper (Awesome Again-Baby Zip, by Relaunch)
  •  US$15,000 Macho Uno (Holy Bull-Primal Force, by Blushing Groom)
  •  US$7,500 Einstein (Spend A Buck-Gay Charm, by Ghadeer)
  •  US$5,000 Giacomo (Holy Bull-Set Them Free, by Stop The Music)
  •  US$5,000 Plan (Storm Cat-Spain, by Thunder Gulch)
  •  Private Red Bullet (Unbridled-Cargo, by Caro)

New York (McMahon Of Saratoga)

  •  US$10,000 Touch Gold (Deputy Minister-Passing Mood, by Buckpasser)
  •  US$6,000 Alphabet Soup (Cozzene-Illiterate, by Arts And Letters)
  •  US$5,000 Silent Name (Sunday Silence-Danzigaway, by Danehill)
  •  US$5,000 Tiago (Pleasant Tap-Set Them Free, by Stop The Music)
  •  US$3,500 Harlem Rocker (Macho Uno-Freedom Come, by Lit De Justice)

California (Magali Farms)

  •  US$5,000 Olmodavor (A.P.Indy-Corrazona, by El Gran Senor)

Canada

  •  C$12,500 Milwaukee Brew (Wild Again-Ask Anita, by Wolf Power)
  •  C$10,000 North Light (Danehill-Sought Out, by Rainbow Quest)
  •  C$6,000 Sligo Bay (Sadler's Wells-Angelic Song, by Halo)
  •  C$5,000 Showing Up (Strategic Mission-Miss Alethia, by T.V. Commercial)
  •  C$5,000 Wilko (Awesome Again-Native Roots, by Indian Ridge)
  •  C$4,000 Giant Gizmo (Giant's Causeway-Golden Antigua, by Hansel)
  •  C$2,500 Mast Track (Mizzen Mast-Nawal, by Homme De Loi)
  •  C$2,500 Singing Saint (El Prado-Relaxing Rhythm, by Easy Goer)

Slots Money Lures 5 Adena Sires To New York

Friday, 15th October 2010

Adena Springs announced it will relocate 5 stallions - Alphabet Soup, Harlem Rocker, Silent Name, Tiago & Touch Gold - to Joe & Anne McMahon's McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds in New York for the 2011 breeding season. Joe McMahon declared: "It is a tremendous honor to welcome Adena Springs, a 5-time Eclipse Award-winning breeder, and its stallions to our Saratoga Springs farm. In all of my 45 years in the New York industry, there has never been a group of Gr1 horses assembled the likes of these. This is a grand opportunity for breeders to qualify their foals for what will arguably be the best purses & awards available anywhere in the US." Adena director of sales Dermot Carty added: "Naturally, the slots initiative in the state of New York is very compelling. The prospect of improved purses, as well as stallion & breeders' awards, was a strong motivation for Adena to support the New York State program with our stallions." Touch Gold & Tiago stood at Adena Springs Kentucky in 2010; Alphabet Soup & Silent Name stood at Adena Springs/Gardiner Farms in Canada; & Harlem Rocker (who last raced in May) has been retired to enter stud next year.

16 Aust-Bred Winners In Malaysia

Monday, 27th September 2010

In Malaysia, 16 Australian-bred gallopers scored at Perak:

  • 3YO gelding Bukit Naga (Immovable Option-Euro Merly, by Vite Cheval) won over 1100m for trainer Abdul Rahim. Bukit Naga was a $22,000 2YO at the 2009 Magic Millions Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
  • 5YO gelding Xin Dong Warrior (Ghataas-Courtney's Gift, by Palace Music) won over 1400m for trainer J.H.Tan.
  • 4YO gelding Good Talk (Johannesburg-Schema, by Anabaa) won over 1400m for trainer Kevin Coetzee. Good Talk was a $25,000 yearling at the 2008 Inglis Easter Sale in Sydney.
  • 4YO gelding Makesomemoney (Bianconi-Gdansk Danzer, by Roi Danzig) won over 1400m for trainer K.P.Leong. Makesomemoney was a $35,000 yearling at the 2008 Inglis Melbourne Premier Sale.
  • 6YO gelding Eastern Scorpion (Telesto-Dashing Diamond, by Jugah) won over 1200m for trainer Kevin Coetzee. Eastern Scorpion was a $6,000 yearling at the 2006 Magic Millions Tasmanian Sale.
  • 7YO gelding Rook (Langfuhr-Ponziani, by Nassipour) won over 1400m for trainer Stephen Cook.
  • 5YO gelding Blazing Power (Clang-Angel Of Harlem, by Switch In Time) won over 1200m for trainer Mohamed Sukri. Blazing Power was a $4,000 weanling at the 2006 Inglis Victorian June Sale & subsequently an $18,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Perth Autumn Sale.
  • 4YO mare Hot Butterfly (Fastnet Rock-Laguna Lake, by Odyle) won over 1400m for trainer Kevin Coetzee. Hot Butterfly was passed-in for $70,000 as a yearling at the 2008 Inglis Easter Sale in Sydney.
  • 4YO gelding Flying Cat (Tale Of The Cat-Miss Chakra, by Marscay) won over 1400m for trainer Kevin Coetzee. Flying Cat was a $180,000 yearling at the 2008 Magic Millions Premier Sale on the Gold Coast.
  • 6YO entire Prince Goldheart (Desert Prince-Dance A Gallop, by Salieri) won over 1400m for trainer Evert Bruekelen. Prince Goldheart was a $25,000 yearling at the 2006 Magic Millions Adelaide Sale.
  • 5YO gelding Tequila Sunrise (Taimazov-Starry Starry Nite, by Ascot Knight) won over 1600m for trainer James Brogan. Tequila Sunrise was a $5,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Summer Sale & subsequently a $36,000 2YO at the 2007 Magic Millions Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
  • 8YO gelding Dream Leader (General Monash-New Gold Dream, by Alzao) won over 1600m for trainer John McGillivray.
  • 4YO gelding Speed Baby (Fastnet Rock-Twisted Heart, by Distorted Humor) won over 1400m for trainer Kevin Coetzee. Speed Baby was a $280,000 yearling at the 2008 Inglis Easter Sale in Sydney.
  • 4YO gelding Speed Eagle (Canny Lad-October Miss, by Octagonal) won over 1400m for trainer Kevin Coetzee. Speed Eagle was a $40,000 yearling consigned by Lomar Park at the 2008 Inglis Classic Sale in Sydney.
  • 6YO gelding Winchester Wonder (Anglia-Sunday Sundae, by Devorant) won over 1400m for trainer Thomas Gillespie. Winchester Wonder was a $10,000 yearling at the 2006 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale & subsequently a $44,000 2YO at the 2006 Magic Millions Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale.
  • 4YO entire Rocket Elite (Partner's Choice-Layoff, by Rivotious) won over 1200m for trainer Peter Lee. Rocket Elite was passed-in for $5,000 as a yearling at the 2008 Magic Millions/Thoroughbred Breeders Tasmania Sale & subsequently a $22,000 2YO at the 2008 Magic Millions Queensland Horses-In-Training Sale. 

US Owner-Breeder John Kluge Dies At 95

Tuesday, 14th September 2010

Former prominent owner-breeder John Kluge "who owned Morven Stud in Virginia & once was listed as the richest person in the US, died at his Charlottesville home aged 95," reported bloodhorse.com. Kluge purchased Morven in 1988, after which he raced 9 stakes-winners in the farm name, including Gr1-winners Buy The Firm & Unaccounted For, plus Gr1 runner-up Lady In Silver. Kluge was born in Germany & moved with his family to the US as a youth; he graduated from Columbia University & worked in US Army intelligence during World War II. His business interests include Metromedia, the Harlem Globetrotters & the Ice Capades. He dispersed his thoroughbred stock in 2000 & later donated Morven Stud & additional acreage to the University Of Virginia.

15th Winner For Freshman Shuttler Holy Roman Emperor

Wednesday, 4th August 2010

In Europe, dual Gr1-winning freshman sire & Coolmore shuttler Holy Roman Emperor (Danehill-L'On Vite, by Secretariat) recorded his 15th 1st-crop winner when French-bred 2YO filly Angel Of Harlem (Holy Roman Emperor-Music Express, by Compton Place) scored over 1300m at Vittel in France for trainer Eoghan O'Neill. Angel Of Harlem was a €42,000 (A$60,000) yearling at the 2009 Arqana October Sale.

Magic Millions Day-1: Top Lots

Thursday, 7th January 2010
  • $500,000 Charge Forward-Chatelaine colt (P.Moody)
  • $475,000 Redoute's Choice-Covertly filly (Darley)
  • $350,000 Encosta de Lago-Crowned Glory colt (HK Jockey Club)
  • $340,000 Starcraft-Burningwood colt (P.Caporn)
  • $340,000 Fastnet Rock-Cathie's Lane filly (W.Mitchell)
  • $300,000 Redoute's Choice-Anigma colt (M.Pilkington)
  • $300,000 Fastnet Rock-Diamond de Triano colt (M.Kavanagh)
  • $290,000 Fusaichi Pegasus-Aqua D'Amore colt (S.Yoshida)
  • $280,000 Lonhro-Yellow And Black colt (Ingham Racing)
  • $260,000 General Nediym-World Joy colt (HK Jockey Club)
  • $260,000 Commands-Another Time filly (Boomer Bloodstock)
  • $250,000 Redoute's Choice-Bal des Sirenes colt (G.Waterhouse)
  • $250,000 O'Reilly-Boudi Woudi colt (HK Jockey Club)
  • $250,000 Redoute’s Choice-Cinque filly (McDonald Racing)
  • $225,000 Commands-Acupuncture colt (G.Moore)
  • $225,000 Redoute's Choice-Egyptian Ibis colt (G.Waterhouse)
  • $220,000 General Nediym-Days Of Innocence colt (C.Laird)
  • $220,000 Snitzel-Dialogue colt (C.Laird)
  • $220,000 Anabaa-Ellista colt (HK Jockey Club)
  • $210,000 Fastnet Rock-Battonage colt (P.Moody)
  • $200,000 Redoute's Choice-Zaldivar filly (M.Kavanagh)
  • $200,000 Starcraft-Ain't Seen Nothin colt (Eales Racing)
  • $200,000 Tale Of The Cat-Bird Royale colt (Patinack Farm)
  • $200,000 Fusaichi Pegasus-Creative Plan colt (J.Hawkes)
  • $200,000 More Than Ready-Dazzle Light colt (Ingham Racing)
  • $185,000 Flying Spur-Brief Embrace colt (Magic Millions as agent)
  • $180,000 More Than Ready-Amistosa filly (G.Waterhouse)
  • $180,000 Hussonet-Anything But Love colt (McDonald Racing)
  • $180,000 More Than Ready-Dane Tryst colt (L.Piper)
  • $170,000 Lonhro-Woman Eyes colt (Mount Hallowell Stud)
  • $170,000 Charge Forward-Betsy Pie colt (G.Waterhouse)
  • $170,000 Stravinsky-Eccentricity colt (BC3 Thoroughbreds)
  • $165,000 Rock Of Gibraltar-Coat filly (Dynamic Syndications)
  • $165,000 Artie Schiller-Cotoletta colt (Goldmount Lodge)
  • $160,000 Jet Spur-Be Faithful colt (K.Moore)
  • $150,000 Flying Spur-Acquisito filly (A.Cummings)
  • $150,000 Fastnet Rock-Another Faux Pas filly (A.Cummings)
  • $150,000 Commands-Canadian Heights colt (M.Price)
  • $150,000 Dane Shadow-Descendant colt (P.Moody)
  • $150,000 Lonhro-Doubloon colt (Supreme Syndications)   
  • $140,000 Elvstroem-Way Cool colt (D.Hawthorne)
  • $140,000 General Nediym-Windfall colt (Scone Bloodstock)
  • $140,000 Starcraft-Conquistar colt (M.Kavanagh)
  • $135,000 Stratum-Corporate colt (T.Roberts)
  • $130,000 Testa Rossa-Angel Of Harlem colt (Bahen Bloodstock)
  • $130,000 Rock Of Gibraltar-Apparel colt (Scone Bloodstock)
  • $130,000 Zeditave-Candy Vale colt (D.O.Brien)
  • $130,000 Exceed And Excel-Discretion colt (S.Brem)
  • $130,000 Snitzel-Donna Mia colt (A.Cummings)
  • $130,000 Nadeem-Empirical colt (Bahen Bloodstock)
  • $125,000 Charge Forward-Barsha filly (Triple Crown)
  • $120,000 Elusive Quality-Afraah colt (Ingham Racing)
  • $120,000 Snitzel-Clear View colt (J.Hyam)
  • $110,000 Beautiful Crown-Zabstar colt (Millewa)
  • $110,000 Show A Heart-Anabasca colt (MM as agent)
  • $110,000 Fastnet Rock-Aussielle colt (Slade Bloodstock)
  • $110,000 Jet Spur-Emmabee filly (MM as agent)
  • $100,000 Magic Albert-Alemar colt (A.Cummings)
  • $100,000 Zeditave-Ambouli filly (Prime Thoroughbreds)
  • $100,000 Fastnet Rock-Becalm colt (P.Moody)
  • $100,000 Pins-Bethpage colt (Mulcaster Bloodstock)
  • $100,000 Red Dazzler-Biscay Bird filly (Mount Hallowell Stud)
  • $100,000 Magic Albert-Carlton Ace filly (Proven Thoroughbreds)
  • $100,000 Fastnet Rock-Chinese Whispers filly (M.Pilkington)
  • $100,000 Pins-Chuckle colt (G.Morgan)
  • $100,000 Flying Spur-Cincinnati Gal colt (Mulcaster Bloodstock)
  • $100,000 Galileo-Crimson Dawn colt (S.Yoshida)
  • $100,000 Lonhro-Danesty colt (L.Forkgen)
  • $100,000 More Than Ready-Danisse filly (A.Cummings)
  • $100,000 Snippetson-Donnadane colt (Yeoh Kheng Chye)

2009

9 Aust-Bred Winners In Singapore

Monday, 14th December 2009

In Singapore, 9 Australian-breds scored at Kranji (click on the horse name to watch each race):

  • 4YO gelding Blazing Power (Clang-Angel Of Harlem, by Switch In Time) won over 1000m for trainer Lionel Lee. Blazing Power was a $4,000 weanling at the 2006 Inglis Victorian June Sale & subsequently an $18,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Perth Autumn Sale.
  • 4YO gelding High Noon (Scenic-Spice On Ice, by Old Spice) won over 1600m for Australian trainer Stephen Burridge.
  • 5YO gelding Be A Man (Testa Rossa-Make My Dane, by Danehill) won over 1200m for Australian trainer Don Baertschiger. Be A Man was a $140,000 yearling at the 2006 Inglis Melbourne Premier Sale.
  • 4YO gelding Je Peux (Flying Spur-Twinkle In Her Eye, by Hansel) won over 1700m for Australian trainer Steven Burridge. Je Peux was a $32,500 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Premier Sale on the Gold Coast & subsequently resold for $42,000 as a yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Winter Sale.
  • 5YO gelding Risky Business (Danehill Dancer-Sky Watch, by Star Watch) won over 1900m for Australian trainer Steven Burridge. Risky Business was a $90,000 yearling at the 2006 Magic Millions Premier Sale on the Gold Coast.
  • 3YO gelding Another Sunday (Hurricane Sky-Virelay, by Laranto) won over 1200m for trainer Brian Dean. Another Sunday was a $32,000 yearling at the 2008 Magic Millions Perth Premier Sale.
  • 3YO ridgling Nero (Lucky Owners-Street Music, by End Sweep) won over 1200m for trainer John Meagher. Nero was a $4,000 weanling at the 2007 Magic Millions Winter Sale.
  • 4YO gelding Model Citizen (Honours List-Clay Model, by Clay Hero) won over 1200m for trainer Brian Dean. Model Citizen was passed-in as a yearling for $4,500 at the 2007 Magic Millions Summer Sale.
  • 4YO gelding First Blood (Alannan-Empress Waltz, by Rubiton) won over 1100m for Australian trainer Don Baertschiger. First Blood was a $43,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Adelaide Sale.

2008

Tale Of Ekati Wins US Gr1 Cigar Mile

Monday, 1st December 2008

Also in the US, Coolmore shuttler Tale Of The Cat (Storm Cat-Yarn, by Mr Prospector) added a Gr1 triumph when Charles Fipke's home-bred 3YO colt Tale Of Ekati (Tale Of The Cat-Silence Beauty, by Sunday Silence) scored against older rivals in the US$300,000 Gr1 Hill N Dale Cigar Mile Handicap (8 furlongs) at Aqueduct in New York. In a bobbing-heads finish, Tale Of Ekati (ridden by Edgar Prado for trainer Barclay Tagg) was actually 2nd-across-the-line behind Canadian-bred fellow 3YO colt Harlem Rocker (Macho Uno-Freedom Come, by Lit De Justice), but stewards reversed the placings for interference in the straight; French-bred 5YO gelding Bribon (Mark Of Esteem-Rowat Arazi, by Arazi) finished 3rd. Last start, Kentucky-bred Tale Of Ekati won October's Gr2 Jerome Handicap (8 furlongs) at Belmont Park & previously this season he also won April's Gr1 Wood Memorial Stakes (9 furlongs) at Aqueduct, as well as finishing 3rd in March's Gr2 Louisiana Derby at Fair Grounds & 4th in May's Gr1 Kentucky Derby. And during 2007 he won the Gr2 Futurity Stakes (7 furlongs) at Belmont Park & finished 2nd in the Gr2 Sanford Stakes (6 furlongs) at Saratoga. Overall Tale Of Ekati now has 5 wins & a runner-up from 12 starts for US$1,172,758 earnings.

Tale Of The Cat Adds US Gr2

Tuesday, 7th October 2008

Coolmore shuttler Tale Of The Cat (Storm Cat-Yarn, by Mr Prospector) added a US group success when Charles Fipke's home-bred colt Tale Of Ekati (Tale Of The Cat-Silence Beauty, by Sunday Silence) scored a 1-length victory in the US$160,000 Gr2 Jerome Handicap (8 furlongs) for 3YOs at Belmont Park. Tale Of Ekati (ridden by Cornelio Velasquez for trainer Barclay Tagg) defeated fellow colts You And I Forever (A.P.Indy-You, by You And I) & Canadian-bred Harlem Rocker (Macho Uno-Freedom Come, by Lit De Justice). Previously this season Kentucky-bred Tale Of Ekati won April's Gr1 Wood Memorial Stakes (9 furlongs) at Aqueduct & finished 3rd in March's Gr2 Louisiana Derby at Fair Grounds, before running 4th in May's Gr1 Kentucky Derby. And during 2007 he won the Gr2 Futurity Stakes (7 furlongs) at Belmont Park & finished 2nd in the Gr2 Sanford Stakes (6 furlongs) at Saratoga. Overall Tale Of Ekati now has 4 wins from 11 starts for US$992,758 earnings.

2007

Danehill Adds Irish Gr3 Quinella

Monday, 28th May 2007

Also in Ireland overnight, ill-fated former Coolmore shuttler & multiple champion sire Danehill (Danzig-Razyana, by His Majesty) added a group quinella when Alexander Of Hales (Danehill-Legend Maker, by Sadler's Wells) scored by a half-length in the €80,000 (A$128,000) Gr3 Gallinule Stakes (10 furlongs) for 3YOs at the Curragh. Alexander Of Hales (ridden by Seamus Heffernan for trainer Aidan O'Brien) defeated stable-mate Spanish Harlem (Danehill-Sleepytime, by Royal Academy) & Eyshal (Green Desert-Ebadiyla, by Sadler's Wells).

2006

UK Tatts Day-1: $936k Dalakhani Colt

Tuesday, 21st November 2006

Demi O'Byrne also out-bid trainer John Gosden & paid 360,000 guineas (A$936,000) for a 1st-crop Dalakhani colt (out of Lurina, a half-sister to Sleepytime's dam Alidiva) consigned for Montana-based breeder Shirley Taylor (who breeds as W Lazy T) from Brian Grassick's Newtown Stud. The price equalled the previous sale record & O'Byrne (who confirmed he too will head to Ballydoyle to race for the Coolmore partnership) told racingpost.co.uk: "He was a great mover, a great looker & it's a very good pedigree. The dam's by Lure & I loved that. I bought Spanish Harlem, Sleepytime's yearling, last year & he won a Curragh maiden for Aidan (O'Brien)."

2005

Millions Nov: Top Lots

Friday, 25th November 2005
  • $220,000 Fusaichi Pegasus-Very Droll colt (B.Murray)
  • $60,000 Spectrum-Clifton Gardens colt (MM as agent)
  • $40,000 Shot Of Thunder-Angel Of Harlem colt (L.Birchley)
  • $36,000 Sakarj (R.McClellan)
  • $30,000 Unforgettable Fire (MM as agent)