The Australian Champion 3yo colt of 2012/13. He was voted second to his half-sister Black Caviar in Horse Of The Year honours that same year. He was also internationally recognised & rated the equal highest 3yo colt in the world – World Thoroughbred Rankings (Jan 2013).
ALPINE EAGLE won at 2, won the Group 2 Autumn Classic (1800m) at Caulfield at 3, and then backed up in the hotly contested Group 1 Australian Guineas where he was second behind WANDJINA beating Group 1 winners STRATUM STAR and KERMADEC.
You simply can’t choose your Family...
By a Champion Sire Out of a dual Gr1-winningFilly of the Year
Half-brother to a dual Gr1-winning, multiple Champion Sire
Dam is a half-sister to the dam of fivetime Gr1 winner and $3.9m earner
Dam is a half-sister to the grand-damof multiple stakes-winning,
$500k plus earning half-brothers
One of the fastest two-year-old’s ever by champion sire of sires Invincible Spirit, Cable Bay was a tough, precocious juvenile who started in five consecutive Group races at two and was consistently one length of the winner in each, never finishing further back than fourth.
Casino Prince has been widely touted as the best value stallion standing in the Hunter Valley this year. This is most likely due to the accolades of his progeny on racetracks around the world. In 2019 he’s enjoyed 3 new Group winners (BACCARAT BABY, THE CANDY MAN & WHAT’S NEW), a Royal Ascot contender and, again, consistent winners week in, week out.
A son of the highly successful and emerging Sire of Sires in Choisir, Divine Prophet scored a career defining victory in the Group 1 Caulfield Guineas previously won by Champion Stallions Vain, Lonhro and Redoute’s Choice.
A son of the outstanding sire Red Ransom with a female family that traces back to the influential matriarch Best in Show, who is also the fourth dam of Champion Sire Redoute’s Choice, Domesday via his progeny has set the Australian tracks on fire.
The champion 3YO, the six-time Group 1 winner & weight-for-age superstar of Australia. Now a major two-crop sire of Group 1 winners Castelvecchio, Yourdeel & Atyaab, five other stakeswinners, 2019 yearlings sold up to $850,000 and a host of developing talent in leading Australian & New Zealand stables.
Encryption retired to stud sound and has everything breeders are searching for; pedigree, physicality and a performance to match. Winner of the Group 3 Black Opal Stakes at two, Group 2 Danehill Stakes at three and runner up in the Group 1 Oakleigh Plate, Encryption retired an earner of $743,500.
One of Australia’s best stallions and the most successful sire of juvenile Stakes winners at stud. Already the sire of three juvenile Group winners in 2019 headlined by G1 Sires’ Produce winner Microphone.
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