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The highest-rated son of Medaglia d’Oro and out of an excellent mare.

Blue Point

Champion Sprinter in Europe in 2019. World Thoroughbred Ranking: 116 (in 2017), 120 (in 2018), 124 (in 2019).

Brazen Beau

Champion sprinter and the best by I Am Invincible.


Unbeaten French Champion two-year-old by Shamardal. Won all his five races at two, including the G1 Prix Morny and the G1 Middle Park in track record time. Multiple Stakes winner at three out of a G1 juvenile, who is herself a half-sister to two G1 winners.
Fee $22,000.00


A multiple G1-winning sprinter.


Australia’s best three-year-old, he won the G1 Golden Rose in record time.


The best-ever by Champion sire Tapit and the fastest-ever winner of the stallion-making G1 Met Mile.


The highest-rated horse in the world and the best son of Dubawi, Ghaiyyath achieved four G1 victories. A Group-winning two-year-old who posted three of the top four Timeform performances of 2020, beating Enable in the G1 Eclipse and Magical in the G1 International.
Fee $27,500.00

Harry Angel

Record-breaking world Champion sprinter.


Accomplished, well-bred G1-winning sprinter by the sire of Epaulette and from the stallion-making family of Written Tycoon.


One of the fastest by sire of sires Lonhro and the first three-year-old in a decade to win the G1 Stradbroke.


Tough and consistent son of Lonhro who hit the board in eight G1s from 1200m to 1600m.


The top son of an excellent stallion.


Champion three-year old, Champion miler, Horse of the Year and Champion sire.


Microphone enters stud as the Champion Two-Tear-Old of an elite crop and is a son of yet another Champion stallion, Exceed And Excel.


Champion three-year old, Champion miler, Horse of the Year and Champion sire.


Four-time G1 winner and Australia’s first world Champion three-year-old sprinter. Sire of three-time G1 winner Alizee.

Shooting To Win

Power-packed son of Northern Meteor who won the G1 Caulfield Guineas.

Street Boss

Rising through the ranks to assert himself as the best stallion son of the great Street Cry.


Classic-placed, G1-winning miler from the immediate family of top-class stallions Shamardal and Street Cry.

Too Darn Hot

Too Darn Hot confirmed his position as Champion two-year-old with success in the G1 Darley Dewhurst at Newmarket, defeating future Royal Ascot G1 winner Advertise and Epsom Derby winner Anthony Van Dyck.



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