Hellbent published: 16 May, 2018

THE Mitchell brothers, Arthur and Harry, have continued with their focus on speed at Yarraman Park and will stand Gr.1-winning sprinter Hellbent in 2018. A son of the stud’s brilliant sire I Am Invincible, Hellbent won seven races and more than $900,000 and was retired after winning the MVRC William Reid Stakes-Gr.1 in March.
  He ran 1:09.36, just a tick outside the 1200m course record 1:09.29 jointly held by Miss Andretti and Malaguerra, in the William Reid after being a narrow second to Silent Sedition in the race last year. In 2017 he went into the William Reid after a fourth behind Sheidel in the Oakleigh Plate-Gr.1 (1100m) and this year he was a close third in the Oakleigh Plate behind Russian Revolution and Snitty Kitty before his 
Gr.1 triumph.


Ribchester published: 16 May, 2018

PICKING sires who are likely to succeed at stud can be a risky business, but the four-time Gr.1-winning miler Ribchester (IRE) (Iffraaj (GB)-Mujurah by Marju), a newcomer for Darley in 2018, looks a pretty sure bet. Given his race record and pedigree and the fact his sire has already left two Gr.1 winners from mares by Danehill and another whose second dam is by Zabeel (NZ), he should really suit the local broodmare population.


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