Stallion Watch

First for Stratosphere

New winners Stratosphere – Grenville Stud resident stallion Stratosphere (Snitzel) sired his first winner when Encounter Sphere (2 g ex Flying Dami by Incumbent) landed a 1000-metre maiden for two-year-olds at Hobart. Trained by Graeme McCulloch, who runs Grenville along with his son, Bart, Encounter Sphere won by a length from his stablemate Popilita, who... Read More

16 for Zoustar

New winners Zoustar – Silent Words (2 f ex Thatsallimsaying by Dandy Man) provided Zoustar (Northern Meteor) with a 16th individual winner from his first northern hemisphere crop when holding on to narrowly score in a five-furlong novice at Newcastle. Trained by Karl Burke, the filly idled inside the final furlong and was all out... Read More

22 for Saxon Warrior

New winners Saxon Warrior (pictured above) – Irregular Warfare (2 c ex Artistic Jewel by Excellent Art) provided Coolmore’s first-season sire Saxon Warrior (Deep Impact) with a 22nd individual winner when running out a ready victor of a seven-furlong maiden at Wolverhampton. Trained Roger Varian, the colt was sent out the odds-on favourite off the... Read More

23 for Harry Angel

New winners Harry Angel (pictured above) – Harry Angel (Dark Angel) sired his 23rd individual winner from his first northern hemisphere-bred crop when Warrior Angel (2 c ex Zendaya by Invincible Spirit) won a 1200-metre maiden at Pisa. The colt won by two lengths in defeating Cherry Season (Arcano), while Strong Enough (Oasis Dream) was... Read More

19 for Harry Angel

New winners Harry Angel (pictured above) – Yorkshire (2 c ex Totsiyah by Dalakhani) provided Darley’s first season sire Harry Angel (Dark Angel) with a 19th individual winner when scoring at the second time of asking in a six-furlong novice at Redcar. Trained by Ed Bethell, the colt kept on well in the closing stages... Read More

First winner for Brave Smash

New winners Brave Smash – Aquis Farm’s first-season sire Brave Smash (Tosen Phantom) posted a breakthrough winner from his first runner when Brave Halo (2 c ex Danish Bingo by Sebring) won the Amelia Park Initial Plate (1000m) in the opening contest at Ascot on Saturday. Sent off as an $11 chance, the Sean and... Read More