Stallion Watch

14 for Belardo

New first season sire winners Belardo  Haunui Farm shuttler Belardo (Lope De Vega), who will have his first southern hemisphere two-year-olds this season, sired his 14th individual winner on Sunday when Lenny Belardo (2 c ex Tina’s Spirit by Invincible Spirit) took out a handicap over 1200 metres at Pisa. Lenny Belardo got off the... Read More

Fourth stakes winner for Belardo

New first season sire winners Belardo Belardo’s (Lope De Vega) fantastic year continued when his son Belloccio (2 c ex Three Cards by Mastercraftsman) maintained his unbeaten record in the Criterium du Languedoc (Listed, 1600m) at Toulouse and in the process provided his sire with his fourth individual stakes winner. Trained in Britain by David... Read More

12 for Air Force Blue

New first season sire winners Air Force Blue  First season sire Air Force Blue (War Front) recorded his 12th individual winner on Wednesday when Ablah (2 f ex Here Comes Lucinda by Dixieland Band) landed a six-furlong nursery on Dundalk’s all-weather track. Air Force Blue, who has his first two-year-olds in Australia this season, will... Read More

Eight for Scissor Kick

New first season sire winners Scissor Kick Skycutter (2 g ex Skysweeper by Hurricane Run) brought up the eighth individual winner for first season sire Scissor Kick (Redoute’s Choice) when landing a maiden over 2000 metres at Compiegne on Tuesday. The Jo Hughes-trained gelding came within a length of breaking his maiden at Fontainebleau less... Read More

Nine for Bobby’s Kitten

New first season sire winners Bobby’s Kitten Former Twin Hills Stud shuttler Bobby’s Kitten (Kitten’s Joy) sired his ninth individual winner when Silvestris (2 c ex Heading North by Teofilo) ran on well to take out a Chelmsford novice contest over seven furlongs on Thursday evening. The Mark Johnston-trained colt, who was racing for the... Read More

First for Capitalist

New first season sire winners Capitalist Golden Slipper Stakes (Gr 1, 1200m) winner Capitalist (Written Tycoon) brought up his first winner on Saturday when Captivant (2 c ex Speedboat by Commands) took out the Victory Vein Plate (1000m) at Randwick in impressive fashion. Sent out as an $8 chance, the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Captivant... Read More