Stallion Watch

Five for Belardo

New winners Belardo – Haunui Farm shuttler Belardo (Lope De Vega) sired his fifth first-crop winner on Tuesday as Elysium (2 f ex Sonning Rose by Hawk Wing) took out the Irish EBF Auction Fillies Maiden (5.5f) at Navan. Purchased by her trainer for €15,000 at the Goffs Autumn Yearling Sale, Elysium is one of... Read More

Kingstar Farm resident Bull Point sired his third first-crop winner

New winners Bull Point –  Kingstar Farm resident Bull Point (Fastnet Rock) sired his third first-crop winner when Crazy Train (2 f ex Crazy Idea by Henny Hughes) took out a 900-metre open age maiden at Newcastle on Saturday. The David Pfieffer-trained filly defeated Apex (Soldier Hollow) by half a length with Light And Dark... Read More

Firsts for Real Impact and Territories

New winners Air Force Blue –  Former Coolmore shuttler Air Force Blue (War Front) sired his second first-crop winner on Wednesday when Chief Little Hawk (2 c ex Marylebone by Unbridled’s Song) took out a 5f maiden at Navan on debut. The Aidan O’Brien-trained colt defeated The Blue Panther (Buratino) by a length and a... Read More

First for Air Force Blue, Belardo, Bobby’s Kitten & Shalaa

New winners Air Force Blue – Former Coolmore shuttler Air Force Blue (War Front) sired his maiden first crop winner on Saturday when Beauty Queen (2 f ex Beautiful One by Medaglia d’Oro) took out a four and a half furlong maiden for juvenile fillies at Gulfstream Park. Beauty Queen is one of four winners... Read More

Second for Contributer

Contributer – Jeronimos (2 c ex Viana by Volksraad) provided Mapperley Stud’s Contributer (High Chaparral) with a second individual winner when taking out a 1200-metre maiden handicap at Newcastle on Saturday. Jeronimos made NZ$250,000 at the Karaka Yearling Sales when sold to Godolphin from the draft of Mapperley Stud; out of Listed winner Viana (Volksraad),... Read More

Eight for Pride of Dubai

New winners Pride Of Dubai Proud Mia (2 f ex Miatoko by Danzero), became the eighth individual first season winner for Coolmore’s sire Pride Of Dubai (Street Cry), when scoring at Queanbeyan on Sunday. The Nick Olive-trained Proud Mia ($1.45 favourite), who was having her first start, was sent straight to the front and was... Read More