Category: Breeding

Sensational Sequalo

Sensational Sequalo

| August 18, 2013

Saturday is the main day as far as racing is concerned at the latest one was a beauty for the always in-form Sequalo who was represented by five winners on five different tracks! Headlining his great day was the in-form Seeking More who recorded a determined victory over 1110m at Doomben – his second gutsy […]

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All Too Hard standing at Vinery

All Too Hard standing at Vinery

| August 18, 2013

After consultation with the colt’s shareholders and his trainers Michael, Wayne and John Hawkes, it was decided that All Too Hard had nothing left to prove, he had beaten the best, over the ideal distances and against all ages. All Too Hard retires after winning three consecutive Weight For Age, Group 1 races for his […]

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Pierro hits the right note

Pierro hits the right note

| August 18, 2013

PIERRO’S world class athletic excellence on the Australian racecourses, a 14 start career over 19 months that added up to 11 wins, five Group1s and over $4.5million, suggests what happened before in his breeding is of little consequence, but the history is so rich, that it embellishes further his potential to be a giant among […]

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SA Derby winner’s blueblood ancestry

SA Derby winner’s blueblood ancestry

| August 18, 2013

ESCADO, the Casino Prince gelding who at Morphettville on May 4 annexed the Group One South Australian Derby (2500m), joins a long list of top level winners descending from Frizette, a1905 American bred mare who carried the stigma of being a half-bred and whose descendants were initially excluded from the bible of world breeding, the […]

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Hidden Dragon speed to burn

Hidden Dragon speed to burn

| August 18, 2013

HIDDEN WARRIOR’S front running win in class record time over older horses in the One Solutions Handicap over 1350m at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday suggests this very promising 3-year-old gelding by the emerging Danehill sire Hidden Dragon, a resident at the Kruger’s Lyndhurst Stud at Warwick in Queensland, could fire again next Saturday if he […]

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Widden mourn the loss of Northern Meteor

Widden mourn the loss of Northern Meteor

| July 31, 2013

The highs and lows of racing and breeding were shockingly brought into focus at Widden Stud earlier tonight when Northern Meteor died suddenly from a swift and fatal attack of colic. Set to be crowned Australia’s Champion First Season Sire, Northern Meteor was bred and raced by Gooree Stud and retired to Widden in 2009. […]

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Guineas winner evokes memories of champion filly

Guineas winner evokes memories of champion filly

| May 28, 2013

Taxmeifyoucan came from near the rear 200m out to easily win the richest race over the $2million two day Scone Cup carnival, the $500,000 Inglis Scone Guineas-RL (1400m). The three-year-old gelding evoked memories of champion juvenile filly Stage Hit who was one of the early stars sired by great Australian stallion Century. Second dam of […]

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Double for Myboycharlie

Double for Myboycharlie

| May 26, 2013

Promising young Vinery Stud based sire Myboycharlie (IRE) posted a winning double on Saturday with Dowdstown Charlie scoring at Randwick in Sydney and Sprinting Queen successful at Turffontein in South Africa. A $140,000 Magic Millions purchase for his trainer David Payne from the draft of Amarina Farm, the newly gelded Dowdstown Charlie produced his A […]

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Testa Rossa approaches milestone

Testa Rossa approaches milestone

| May 26, 2013

ORTENSIA’S sire Testa Rossa is closing in on a major milestone with just a handful of winners needed to take his career tally to 500. The Vinery Stud resident currently sits on 494 individual winners from a total of 687 starters giving him an unsually high winners-to-runners strike rate of 71.9 percent. Testa Rossa is the sire of […]

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