Stallion Watch

Treble for Maurice

New winners Treble for Maurice – It was a breakout weekend for former Arrowfield shuttler Maurice (Screen Hero), who sired three new first-crop winners in Japan. On Saturday, Stutti (2 f ex Lilavati by Zenno Rob Roy) was the first of winners as she broke her maiden over 1600 metres on debut at Niigata, followed... Read More

Titan Rock provides Belardo with his sixth winner

New winners Belardo – Titan Rock (2 c ex Frabjous by Pivotal) provided New Zealand shuttler Belardo (Lope De Vega) with his sixth winner when taking out the EBF Maiden Stakes (7f) at Goodwood on Saturday for trainer John Quinn and jockey Daniel Tudhope. The winner is a half-brother to Listed winner Argentero (Zoffany) and... Read More

Former Newgate resident Criterion sired his second first-crop winner

New winners Criterion – Former Newgate resident Criterion (Sebring) sired his second first-crop winner on Wednesday as the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained Yardstick (2 c ex Exceleine by Exceed and Excel) took out the Sky Racing Active Maiden 2YO Plate (1100m) on debut at Canterbury. Further down the page is pensioned stallion Domesday (Red... Read More

Three for Air Force Blue

Air Force Blue – Former Coolmore shuttler Air Force Blue (War Front) sired his third first-crop winner when Giorgio Vasari (2 c ex Dream The Blues by Oasis Dream) got off the mark at the third attempt with a narrow victory in a maiden over six and a half furlongs at Limerick on Friday. Bred... Read More

11 for Headwater

New winners Headwater – Vinery Stud’s Headwater (Exceed And Excel) sired his 11th winner when Stormborn (2 f ex Quick’s The Word by Shamardal) scored at start four at Pakenham on Friday. Stormborn, twice city-placed from her first three starts, started favourite and was ridden as though she was the best horse by Daniel Stackhouse.... Read More

Treble for Headwater

New winners Treble for Headwater – The late season form of Vinery Stud’s first season sire Headwater (Exceed And Excel) continued when he sired his eighth, ninth and tenth winners. Winner number eight came when Gunnamatta (2 c ex Umaquest by Umatilla) built on his promising debut second by taking out an 1150-metre maiden at... Read More