HomeAuthorDavid Bay, Author at Stallions

August 18, 2020
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CHAMPION sire Fastnet Rock’s nick with Zabeel daughters and with mares carrying strains of the three-quarter brothers Nureyev (dam sire of Zabeel) and Sadler’s Wells (particularly his son Galileo) is well known, but there’s another cross that has produced two Gr.1 winners. This is with daughters of Kentucky Derby-Gr.1 hero Fusaichi Pegasus (USA) who shuttled...

March 26, 2020
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NOT every Melbourne Cup winner makes a mark in the breeding barn, but a tough as teak mare who claimed the race more than 70 years ago has founded a family of mainly sprinters who are still winning at the highest level today. One of those descendants is Sooboog who stands at Kitchwin Hills in the Hunter Valley and has just covered his second book at $13,200.

March 26, 2020
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A $500,000 yearling buy, Headwater lived up to his speed pedigree, both parents being Gr.1-winning sprinters, to claim the Silver Slipper-Gr.2 at just his second start. Now based at Vinery in the Hunter Valley, the son of Exceed and Excel is an in-demand young sire whose first yearlings are creating much excitement in 2019.

March 25, 2020
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Prized Icon, a classic winner with a speed pedigree, won elite honours at two and three for young trainer James Cummings. Bred on the successful More Than Ready (USA)-Danehill (USA) cross, this Gooree bred star begins his stud career at the Lamont family’s Kooringal Stud, in the new season.

March 25, 2020
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WITH a sire, grandsire and great-grandsire who have all written their names in Australian breeding history Trapeze Artist has a lot to live up to. But this four-time Gr.1 winner is used to writing his name in the record books and is sure to make every post a winner when he begins his stallion career at Widden Stud in the new season.

March 25, 2020
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Harry Angel, an early-maturing sprint champion who claimed a Gr.1 double at three, has a Danehill-free pedigree that seems likely to suit many in our broodmare population. This shuttler to Darley’s Kelvinside, NSW, hails from a branch of the Northern Dancer sire line that has already given us champion sire Last Tycoon (IRE) and he was a Group winner at two, three and four.

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