Better Than Ready published: 12 Apr, 2015


Brazen Beau published: 14 Apr, 2015


Puissance de Lune published: 13 Apr, 2015

EVERYBODY loves a grey and Swettenham Stud new boy Puissance de Lune (IRE) is about as ‘picture book’ as you can get. However don’t be fooled by those dapples, the striking entire is no rocking horse and his turn of foot would make even the best sprinters jealous.


Olympic Glory published: 13 Apr, 2015

HE’S an Irish bred four-time European Gr.1 winner, by an Australian bred Gr.1 winner boasting big race victories in Australia and the UK. That may take a second for you to get your head around but it describes Arrowfield Stud’s exciting newcomer, the brilliant sprinter-miler Olympic Glory (IRE).


Hallowed Crown published: 14 Apr, 2015


Toronado published: 14 Apr, 2015


Trust in a Gust published: 14 Apr, 2015


Zebedee published: 14 Apr, 2015


The Brothers War published: 14 Apr, 2015


Deep Field published: 21 Apr, 2015

TALENTED sprinter Deep Field (Northern Meteor-Listen Here by Elusive Quality (USA)) will join the growing roster at Newgate Farm, Aberdeen in 2015 after retiring in early April. Winner of his first five starts by a combined total of 24 lengths, he is a brother to Gr.1 winner Shooting to Win and traces to wonderful broodmare Eight Carat (GB).


The Brothers War published: 21 Apr, 2015

BROTHERS Angus and Richard Lamont are certainly on the same page when it comes to praising their new Kooringal Stud stallion for 2015, talented sprinter The Brothers War (USA), a son of Danzig supersire War Front. The attractive bay, who was in the first three in 10 of his 13 starts will stand at the Wagga Wagga property on $11,000 (including GST).


Cluster published: 09 Jun, 2015

VICTORIAN breeders should find Gr.2 winner Cluster a welcome addition to the state’s stallion ranks as his $6600 fee looks very enticing for a talented son of champion sire Fastnet Rock. In the money in six of his 12 starts and winner of the Theo Marks Stakes (1400m), Cluster joins the roster at Neville Murdoch’s Larneuk Stud, Euroa.


Spendthrift Farm published: 09 Jun, 2015

THE Gr.1-winning sprinters Jimmy’s Creed (USA) and Warrior’s Reward (USA) and Gr.1 placed juvenile Can The Man (USA) along with Redoute’s Choice’s Gr.1 winning son Hampton Court, will launch Spendthift Farm’s foray into Australian breeding, all shuttling to Victoria for the 2015 season. They will also be available on the farm’s unique Share The Upside program, a scheme new to this country.


Rock Hero published: 09 Jun, 2015

ROCK HERO, a stakeswinning son of champion sire Fastnet Rock and the Gr.2 winner Gallant Tess (Gallileo) begins his stud career at Lauriston Park in 2015. His fee is $4950.


Sheer Talent published: 09 Jun, 2015

SHEER TALENT, a Gr.3 winner and Gr.1 placed son of champion sire Redoute’s Choice and a descendant of famed mare Mumtaz Mahal, will begin his stud career in 2015 at Carrington Park Stud near Robertson in NSW. He will stand at $4400.


Puissance de Lune published: 14 Jul, 2015

Puissance de Lune (ex Princess Serena by Unbridled’s Song (USA)) developed a cult following in Australia as he climbed though the classes with a series of dashing wins.


Polamore published: 14 Jul, 2015

POLARMORE, a Sydney-winning son of champion sire More Than Ready (USA) and the Golden Slipper-Gr.1 winner Polar Success, will cover his first book of mares at Steven Fell’s Oxley Island Thoroughbreds, near Taree this spring. His fee is just $2200.


Speed counts and Whittington has it in spades published: 27 Jul, 2015

CLEVERLY named Whittington, a son of Tale of the Cat (USA), won the historic Breeders’ Plate-LR (1000m in 58.46) at two, a season where trainer Gai Waterhouse rated him so highly, he started in the Golden Slipper. In an industry where speed is of the essence, Whittington looks perfectly placed to make a success of his stud career, following a path set by previous Breeders’ Plate winners like Luskin Star, Baguette, Choisir and Snitzel.


Moonlark published: 03 Sep, 2015

WINNING COLOURS Farm at Rockley near Bathurst has carved out a niche in the thoroughbred world by standing rare coloured thoroughbreds such as the overo stallion Profile in Style (USA) and cremello Glacial Gold (USA).


Paximadia published: 03 Sep, 2015

THERE was no better winner-getter than Commands when he was at stud and his son, Sandown Guineas-Gr.2 winner Paximadia, is a typical “chip off the old block”.