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New winners

Blue Point – Indivar (2 c ex Bitter Lake by Halling) provided Darley shuttler Blue Point (Shamardal) with a 39th individual winner when breaking his maiden at the fifth attempt in a handicap over six furlongs at Redcar. Indivar is closely related to the Listed-placed winner Loch Lundie (Shamardal), being the fourth foal out of the winning Halling (Diesis) mare Bitter Lake, herself a half-sister to Group 1 winner Lyric Of Light (Street Cry). Blue Point, who stood the 2023 northern hemisphere breeding season at Kildangan Stud for a fee of €35,000 (approx. AU$57,730), will stand the southern hemisphere season at Northwood Park for $44,000 (inc GST).

Calyx – Former shuttler Calyx scored his 15th first-crop winner courtesy of Accumulate (2 c ex Dazzling Rose by Raven’s Pass) breaking his maiden over seven furlongs at Newmarket. Accumulate was bought for 65,000gns at the 2021 Tattersalls December Foal Sale, before being snapped up by Coolmore’s MV Magnier for 170,000gns at Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale the following year. Ingleby Ivy (2 f ex Luna Moon by Equiano) broke her maiden at the second time of asking when scoring over six furlongs at Ripon, handing Calyx (Kingman) with his 16th individual first-crop winner. A 12,000 gns buy at last year’s Tattersalls Somerville Yearling Sale, Ingleby Ivy is out of dual winner Luna Moon (Equiano), herself a half-sister to Listed-winning duo Tabaret (Bertolini) and Saigon (Royal Applause). Calyx shuttled to Coolmore Australia for two seasons, but did not return in 2022. He stood the 2023 northern hemisphere breeding season at the operation’s Irish base for a fee of €10,000 (approx. AU$16,460).  

Tassort – Newgate Farm-based first-season sire Tassort (Brazen Beau) got his career off with a bang when his first runner, Manaal (2 f ex Red Lodge by Midshipman), showed her class when taking out the Gimcrack Stakes (Gr 3, 1000m) at Randwick. Bred and raced by Emirates Park, Manaal is the third winner out of US Listed-winner Red Lodge (Midshipman), who was bought for US$500,000 at the 2018 edition of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. Tassort, who Emirates Park stand in partnership with Henry Field’s Newgate Farm, commands a fee of $11,000 (inc GST) 

Ten Sovereigns – Former shuttler Ten Sovereigns (No Nay Never) scored his 21st first-crop winner when Seven Eleven (2 f ex True Verdict by Danehill Dancer) broke her maiden over five furlongs at Down Royal. Purchased for 30,000gns at last year’s Tattersalls Somerville Yearling Sale, the filly is out of the Group 3-placed mare True Verdict (Danehill Dancer), herself a sister to fellow stakes-placed filly Foolish Ambition. Ten Sovereigns shuttled to the now defunct Valachi Downs for one season in 2020. The stallion stood the 2023 northern hemisphere breeding season at Coolmore Stud for a fee of €17,500 (approx. AU$28,940).

Too Darn Hot – Really Darn Hot (2 f ex Raipura by Montjeu) became the 18th individual winner for Darley shuttler Too Darn Hot (Dubawi) when scoring in a fillies’ novice race at Beverley. Really Darn Hot is the third foal out of the unraced Montjeu (Sadler’s Wells) mare Raipura, herself a half-sister to Listed winner Rumh (Monsun), who is in turn the dam of Breeders’ Cup Turf (Gr 1, 12f) winner Yibir (Dubawi) and fellow Group 1 winner Wild Illusion (Dubawi). Letsroll (2 f ex Longina by Monsun) became the 19th individual winner for Too Darn Hot when scoring in a 1950-metre maiden at Le Mans. Out of the Group 2-winning and Group 1-placed Monsun (Konigsstuhl) mare Longina, Letsroll is a half-sister to Group 3 scorer and Group 2-placed Ottery (Dubawi). Too Darn Hot secured his 20th individual winner when Broadway Act (2 c ex Dazzling by Galileo) broke his maiden over seven furlongs at Newmarket. The colt was bought by Godolphin from the New England Stud draft for 250,000gns at the Tattersalls December Foal Sale in 2021. Broadway Act is out of Listed winner Dazzling (Galileo), a sister to dual Group 1 winner Roderic O’Connor. Too Darn Hot added a 21st winner to his haul when Shardam (2 f ex Transhumance by Galileo) broke her maiden over a mile at Haydock. Raced by Zhang Yuesheng, Shardam was bought for €100,000 at last year’s Goffs Orby Sale and is out of the unraced Transhumance (Galileo), herself a daughter of dual Group 1 winner Coup De Genie (Mr Prospector). Too Darn Hot, who stood the 2023 northern hemisphere breeding season at Dalham Hall Stud for £40,000 (approx. AU$75,970), is standing the southern hemisphere breeding season at Kelvinside for a fee of $44,000 (inc GST).

New Group / Grade 1 winners

Blue Point – Blue Point enjoyed his biggest day as a stallion so far when his son Rosallion (2 c ex Rosaline by New Approach) bounced back to winning ways in the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere (Gr 1, 1400m) at Longchamp. The Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum homebred is out of unraced New Approach (Galileo) mare Rosaline, a sister to Group 2 winner Ostilio. The mare is also a half-sister to this year’s Queen Anne Stakes (Gr 1, 1m) winner Triple Time (Frankel), fellow top-flight scorer Ajman Princess (Teofilo), Group 3 winner Cape Byron (Shamardal) and Listed scorers Third Realm (Sea The Stars) and Captain Winters (Lope De Vega). 

Caravaggio – Caravaggio (Scat Daddy) was handed his third elite-level winner courtesy of Porta Fortuna’s (2 f ex Too Precious by Holy Roman Emperor) win in the Cheveley Park Stakes (Gr 1, 6f) at Newmarket. The filly is out of four-time winner Too Precious (Holy Roman Emperor), who is herself a sister to the Annabel Neasham-trained Numerian, winner of the 2022 edition of The Q22 (Gr 2, 2200m). Having begun his career at Coolmore, Caravaggio now stands at the Shizunai Stallion Station in Japan.

Frankel – Kelina (3 f ex Incahoots by Oasis Dream) became the 32nd individual elite-level winner for Frankel (Galileo) when landing the Prix de la Foret (Gr 1, 1400m) at Longchamp. A half-sister to Listed-placed winner Ansilia (Dansili), Kelina is the third foal out of the Listed-winning Oasis Dream (Green Desert) mare Incahoots, herself a sister to Listed scorer Dream Clover and a half-sister to Group 1 winners We Are (Dansili), With You (Dansili) and Call The Wind (Frankel). Frankel is available to cover mares on southern hemisphere time, with his fee set at £125,000 (approx. AU$235,200). 

Justify – Coolmore’s Triple Crown-winning shuttler Justify (Scat Daddy) chalked up his third elite-level winner when Opera Singer (2 f ex Liscanna by Sadler’s Wells) landed the Prix Marcel Boussac (Gr 1, 1600m) at Longchamp. Opera Singer is out of Group 3 winner Liscanna (Sadler’s Wells), who is also the dam of Grade 1-winning pair Brave Anna (War Front) and Hit It A Bomb (War Front). Justify stood the 2023 northern hemisphere season at Coolmore Ashford Stud base for a fee of US$100,000 (approx. AU$156,150) and, having sat out shuttling duties in 2022, the stallion is back at Coolmore’s Jerrys Plains base, where he is commanding a fee of $77,000 (inc GST).     

Kurofune – Kurofune (French Deputy) registered his seventh individual elite-level winner courtesy of Mama Cocha’s (4 f ex Buchiko by King Kamehameha) victory in The Sprinters Stakes (Gr 1, 1200m) at Nakayama. Mama Cocha is a sister to multiple Grade 1-winning champion Sodashi. Further back this is also the same family as three-time Grade 2 winner Meikei Yell (Mikki Isle). Kurofune died at the Shadai Stallion Station in 2021. 

Nyquist – Darley America-based resident Nyquist (Uncle Mo) sired his fourth individual Grade 1 winner when his son Slow Down Andy (4 c ex Edwina E by Square Eddie) landed the Awesome Again Stakes (Gr 1, 9f) at Santa Anita. Out of Edwina E (Square Eddie), Slow Down Andy is a brother to Listed winner Team Merchants. Nyquist stood the 2023 northern hemisphere breeding season for a fee of US$55,000 (approx. AU$85,500). 

Prized Icon – Kooringal Stud-based sire Prized Icon (More Than Ready) enjoyed a red-letter day when his daughter Tropical Squall (3 f ex Squalls by Fusaichi Pegasus) became his first Group 1 winner when she landed the Flight Stakes (Gr 1, 1600m) at Randwick. The filly was bought by her owners Gooree Park Stud for $16,000 from the Bhima Thoroughbreds draft at the 2021 Magic Millions Gold Coast National Weanling Sale. Tropical Squall is out of winning Fusaichi Pegasus (Mr. Prospector) mare Squalls, herself a half-sister to Group 3 winner Steflara (Zabeel), with the pair both being out of Group 3 scorer Blue Storm (Blue Bird). Prized Icon, who was himself bred by Gooree Park Stud, is standing for a fee of $8,800 (inc GST). 

Redoute’s Choice – Redoute’s Choice (Danehill) earned his 40th individual elite-level winner when Rediener (4 g ex Wiener by More Than Ready) swooped to victory in the Epsom Handicap (Gr 1, 1600m) at Randwick. Being out of Listed-placed mare Wiener, Rediener is a three-quarter sibling to Listed winner Rathlin (Fastnet Rock). Wiener herself is a half-sister to Group 1 winner turned leading Arrowfield stallion Snitzel (Redoute’s Choice) and Group 3-winning pair Viennese (Redoute’s Choice) and Hinchinbrook (Fastnet Rock). Redoute’s Choice died in 2019. 

Sea The Stars – Just Fine (5 g ex Bint Almatar by Kingmambo) came out on top in a close finish to The Metropolitan (Gr 1, 2400m) at Randwick, providing Gilltown Stud’s leading stallion Sea The Stars (Cape Cross) with his 20th individual Group 1 winner. Sea The Stars notched his 21st elite-level winner when Sea Silk Road (4 f ex Oriental Magic by Doyen) landed the Prix de Royallieu (Gr 1, 2800m) at Longchamp. The filly is one of three winners out of Listed winner Oriental Magic (Doyen). Sea The Stars stood the 2023 season at Gilltown Stud for a fee of €180,000 (approx. AU$296,370).

New stakes winners

Bolt D’Oro – Spendthrift Farm stallion Bolt D’Oro (Medaglia D’Oro) was handed his tenth individual stakes winner when Ruby Nell (3 f ex Rich Love by Not For Love) scored in the Unzip Me Stakes (Listed, 6.5f) at Santa Anita. A half-sister to four winners, Ruby Nell is out of the winning Not For Love (Mr. Prospector) mare Rich Love. Bolt D’Oro will stand the 2024 northern hemisphere breeding season for a fee of US$60,000 (approx. AU$93,680).

Daiwa Major – Shadai Stallion Station resident Daiwa Major (Sunday Silence) scored his 46th individual stakes winner when Double Major (3 g ex Dancequest by Dansili) took out the Prix Chaudenay (Gr 2, 3000m) at Longchamp. Double Major is out of Listed-placed mare Dancequest (Dansili), making him a half-brother to Group 3 scorer Flop Shot (New Approach) and the stakes-placed colt Veritas (Camelot). Daiwa Major stood last season for a private fee.

Deep Impact – In winning the Port Island Stakes (Listed, 1600m) at Hanshin, Dobune (4 c ex Premier Steps – Footstepsinthesand) became the 198th individual stakes winner for the late champion sire Deep Impact (Sunday Silence). Dobune is out of US Listed winner Premier Steps (Footstepsinthesand). Deep Impact died in 2019.

Distorted Humor – Balladeer (4 c ex Golden Ballad by Galileo) provided his sire Distorted Humor (Forty Niner) with a 169th individual stakes winner when landing the John Henry Turf Championship Stakes (Gr 2, 10f) at Santa Anita. Balladeer is the only winning foal from two to come out of the unraced Galileo (Sadler’s Wells) mare Golden Ballad. Distorted Humor was pensioned by WinStar Farm in 2021.

Frankel – Frankel (Galileo) sired his 132nd individual stakes winner and 17th in Australia when Born A King (7 g ex Fairwater by Empire Maker) took out the RM Ansett Classic (Listed, 2400m). The gelding is out of winning Empire Maker (Unbridled) mare Fairwater and hails from the same family as Grade 1 winner and sire Mizzen Mast (Cozzene).

Galileo – Foniska (3 f ex Bocca Baciata by Big Bad Bob) became the 370th individual stakes winner for legendary sire Galileo (Sadler’s Wells) when she comfortably landed the Navigation Stakes (Listed, 1m) at Cork. Foniska is the third foal out of the Group 2-winning Big Bad Bob (Bob Back) mare Bocca Baciata, herself a half-sister to Group 3 winners Topeka (Whipper) and Kalsa (Whipper). Galileo died in 2021.

Golden Horn – Overbury Stud-based sire Golden Horn (Cape Cross) chalked up his 19th individual stakes winner when Trawlerman (5 g ex Tidespring by Monsun) produced an emphatic performance to win the Rose Bowl Stakes (Listed, 2m) at Newmarket. Trawlerman is out of the Group 3-placed mare Tidespring (Monsun), herself a half-sister to German Listed winner Loveisthehigherlaw (Kodiac). Golden Horn stood the 2023 season for a fee of £8,000 (approx. AU$15,120).

Invincible Spirit – Irish National Stud-based sire Invincible Spirit (Green Desert) registered his 149th individual stakes winner when Ghostwriter (2 c ex Moorside by Champs Elysees) landed the Royal Lodge Stakes (Gr 2, 1m) at Newmarket. The colt was bought by Littleton Stud for 100,000gns at the Tattersalls December Foal Sale in 2021. Invincible Spirit stood the 2023 season for a private fee.

Kessaar – Tally-Ho Stud resident Kessaar (Kodiac) earned his first stakes winner when Melfi (2 c ex Miss Purity Pinker by One Cool Cat) broke through at stakes level in the Premio Vittorio Riva (Listed, 1500m) in Milan. Melfi is out placed mare Miss Purity Pinker (One Cool Cat), herself a half-sister to Azzeccagarbugli (Kodiac). Kessaar stood the 2023 season for a fee of €5,000 (approx. AU$8,100).

Kingman – Coppice (3 f ex Helleborine by Observatory) landed the Rosemary Stakes (Listed, 1m) at Newmarket and in doing so handed Kingman (Invincible Spirit) his 71st individual stakes winner. Coppice is a sister to Calyx. Further back this is the same pedigree as Group 1-winning pair African Rose (Observatory) and Native Trail (Oasis Dream). Three of Kingman’s stakes winners, including Group 1 winner King Colorado, have come in Australia and he is available to cover mares on southern hemisphere time, with his fee set at £40,000 (approx. AU$75,490).

Maurice – Ganbare (3 c ex Mardi by Redoute’s Choice) scored his first stakes victory when he took out the Dulcify Stakes (Listed, 1600m) and in the process handed Arrowfield Stud shuttler Maurice (Screen Hero) with his 18th individual stakes winner. A $260,000 purchase from the Arrowfield Stud draft at last year’s Inglis Classic Yearling Sale, Ganbare is the third winner from four to race for Mardi (Redoute’s Choice), herself a daughter of Group 3 scorer Bianca (Painted Black). Maurice is standing for a fee of $82,500 (inc GST).

More Than Ready – More Than Ready (Southern Halo) chalked up his 222nd individual stakes winner when the Australian-bred gelding Stoltz (6 g ex Decelerator by Dehere) tasted stakes success for the first time in the National Day Cup (Gr 3, 1200m) at Sha Tin. Stoltz is out of US Grade 3 winner Decelerator (Dehere), making him a half-brother to South African Grade 2 scorer Nafaayes (Exceed And Excel). More Than Ready, who shuttled to Vinery Stud for 19 consecutive seasons, died at his northern hemisphere home, WinStar Farm, last year.

New Bay – Ballylinch Stud-based New Bay (Dubawi) earned his 11th individual stakes winner courtesy of Alcantor’s (2 c ex Bianca De Medici by Medicean) success in the Prix Thomas Bryon (Gr 3, 1600m) at Saint-Cloud. Out of the winning mare Bianca De Medici (Medicean), the colt is a half-brother to German Group 2 winner Boscaccio (Mount Nelson) and hails from the same family as multiple Group 1-winning champion Treve (Motivator). New Bay sired his 12th individual stakes winner when  Tregony (5 m ex Timarwa by Daylami) took out the Godolphin Stakes (Listed, 1m 4f) at Newmarket. She is out of the Group 3 winner and Group 1-placed mare Timarwa (Daylami), herself a daughter of multiple elite-level winner Timarida (Kalaglow). New Bay is available for southern hemisphere covers at a fee of €40,000 (approx. AU$65,360).

Playing God – Darling View Thoroughbreds-based stallion Playing God (Blackfriars) registered his 13th individual stakes winner when Baby Paris (4 m ex War In Paris by War Chant) took out the Black Heart Bart Stakes (Listed, 1200m) at Belmont. Baby Paris is out of four-time winner War In Paris (War Chant), herself a daughter of Listed scorer Paris Moon (Metal Storm). Playing God is standing for a fee of $33,000 (inc GST).

Proisir – Proisir (Choisir) registered his 14th individual stakes winner when his daughter Coeur Volante (3 f ex Shanina by Testa Rossa) landed the Scarborough Stakes (Gr 3, 1200m) at Moonee Valley. Coeur Volante is out of the five-time winner Shanina (Testa Rossa), herself a half-sister to the Listed-placed Maid Of Ore (Duporth). Based at Rich Hill in New Zealand, Proisir is standing for a fee of NZ$70,000 (plus GST).

Satono Aladdin – Rich Hill Stud shuttler Satono Aladdin (Deep Impact) chalked up his fifth individual stakes victory when Lantern Way (3 c ex No More Doubt by Redoute’s Choice) scored an impressive win in the Hawke’s Bay Guineas (Gr 2, 1400m) at Hastings. Lantern Way is out of the unraced Redoute’s Choice mare No More Doubt, herself a daughter of Group 1 winner So No More (Pentire). Satono Aladdin is standing for a fee of NZ$45,000 (plus GST).   

Starspangledbanner – Coolmore Stud shuttler Starspangledbanner (Choisir) was handed his 34th individual stakes winner when his daughter Carla’s Way (2 f ex Sulaalaat by New Approach) produced a dominant display to win the Rockfel Stakes (Gr 2, 7f) at Newmarket. The filly is out of the dual-winning mare Sulaalaat (New Approach), while further back this is the same family as multiple elite-level-winning champion The Fugue (Dansili). Starspangledbanner is standing at Coolmore’s Hunter Valley base for a fee of $33,000 (inc GST). 

Ten Sovereigns – Ten Sovereigns was handed his third individual stakes winner when Mysterious Shadow (2 f ex Eclairante by High Chaparral) scored in the Premio Coolmore (Listed, 1500m) at San Siro. Out of the unraced High Chaparral (Sadler’s Wells) mare Eclairante, Mysterious Shadow is a half-sister to fellow stakes winner Estrosa (Sioux Nation). Ten Sovereigns stood the 2023 northern hemisphere breeding season at Coolmore’s Irish base for a fee of €17,500 (approx. AU$28,860).

Too Darn Hot – Too Darn Hot sired his fourth individual stakes winner when Alyanaabi (2 c ex Alyamaama by Kitten’s Joy) got up in the nick of time to land the Tattersalls Stakes (Gr 3, 7f) at Newmarket. Bred and race by Shadwell Estate, Alyanaabi is the second foal out of the unraced Kitten’s Joy (El Prado) mare Alyamaama, herself a half-sister to English 1,000 Guineas (Gr 1, 1m) and Coronation Stakes (Gr 1, 1m) winner Ghanaati (Giant’s Causeway), Group 3 winner Mawatheeq (Danzig) and Listed scorer Rumoush (Rahy).

Zoustar – Espionage (2 c ex In Times Of War by Street Cry) made an instant impression on his first start when he took out the Breeders’ Plate (Gr 3, 1000m) at Randwick and in doing so handed Widden Stud-based sire Zoustar (Northern Meteor) with his 42nd individual stakes winner. Espionage is the second winner out of three-time scorer In Times Of War (Street Cry), herself a daughter of Group 2 winner Military Rose (General Nediym), who also won the 2010 Magic Millions 2YO Classic (RL, 1200m). Zoustar is standing for a fee of $220,000 (inc GST).


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