Stallion Watch

Three for Bull Point

New winners

Bull Point – Kingstar Stud resident Bull Point (Fastnet Rock) sired his third first-crop winner on Wednesday when the Michael Hickmott-trained Fearless Vision (2 f ex Risky Blonde by Zizou) broke through at her third start to win a 900-metre maiden at Murray Bridge. Fearless Vision is the only named foal out of the four-time winning mare Risky Blonde (Zizou) who herself is out of a half-sister to Group 3 winner and three-time Group 1 placegetter, Sharnee Rose (Nadeem). Bull Point covered 109 mares at a fee of $7,700 (inc GST) in 2019.


Headwater – Maya Bay (2 c ex Commitment by Testa Rossa) recorded a strong first-start victory at Toowoomba yesterday for the local training combination of Tony and Maddysen Sears to provide his sire Headwater (Exceed And Excel) with his fourth individual first crop winner. Maya Bay, who won the QTIS 2YO Maiden Handicap (1000m) by three quarters of a length, was a $55,000 Magic Millions Gold Coast 2YOs in Training Sale purchase by Pinhook Bloodstock’s Dave Mee and Sears Racing from the Nolen Racing draft. He joins the exciting Wisdom Of Water among the winners for the young Vinery Stud sire who will stand for a fee of $13,750 (inc GST) this year. 


No Nay Never – Former Coolmore Stud shuttler No Nay Never (Scat Daddy) sired his second southern hemisphere winner on Wedensday, and first in Australia, when Cordyceps Miracle (2 c ex Zagalia by Zabeel) took out a maiden over 1300 metres at Canberra. Cordyceps Miracle was a $350,000 purchase from the Coolmore Stud draft at the Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale. He is out of Group 1 winner Zagalia (Zabeel), making him a half-brother to Group 3 scorer Dawnie Perfect (Big Brown). No Nay Never shuttled to Jerrys Plains from 2016 to 2019 and stood for a fee of $44,000 (inc GST) last year. He now permanently resides at Coolmore Ireland, standing for €175,000 (inc GST) in 2020. 


New Group / Grade 1 winners

Camelot – Camelot (Montjeu) scored his fourth individual Group 1 winner overall and his first in Australia after Russian Camelot (3 c ex Lady Babooshka by Cape Cross) took the South Australian Derby (Gr 1, 2500m) at Morphettville on Saturday. Russian Camelot joined Irish Derby (Gr 1, 1m 4f) winner Latrobe, Belmont Oaks (Gr 1, 10f) victor Athena and Criterium de Saint-Cloud (Gr 1, 2000m) conqueror Wonderment as a scorer at the highest level for Camelot, winner of the 2,000 Guineas (Gr 1, 1m), English Derby (Gr 1, 1m 4f) and Irish Derby in 2012. Camelot stood one season in Australia in 2014, but has not shuttled since. He stands at Coolmore Stud in Ireland at a fee of €40,000 (AUD$67,000).


Real Impact – Former shuttle stallion Real Impact (Deep Impact) sired his first elite level winner when Lauda Sion (3 c ex Antiphona by Songandaprayer) took out the The NHK Mile Cup (Gr 1, 1600m) at Tokyo on Sunday. Lauda Sion is one of three winners out of Antiphona (Songandaprayer) who herself is a half-sister to Group 3 placegetter Snatch Mind (Deep Impact). Further down the page are elite level winners Cuvee (Carson City), Olympio (Naskra) and Tapizar (Tapit). Real Impact shuttled to Arrowfield Stud for three seasons, producing 231 live foals at a fee of $19,250 (inc GST). He now resides at Japan’s Shadai Stallion Station for a fee of ¥2,000,000 (approx. AUD$29,000).


New stakes winners

Canford Cliffs  – Former shuttler Canford Cliffs (Tagula) landed his 17th stakes winner on Thursday, courtesy of Jin Jin’s (4 m ex Josphiel by Okawango) victory in the Grosse Hannoversche Stutenmeile (Listed, 1600m). Jin Jin is one of three winners out of the placed mare Josphiel, who herself is a half-sister to the Group 1 placed and Listed scorer Good Girl (College Chapel). A former Coolmore Ireland resident who also shuttled to Australia for five seasons, Canford Cliffs now stands at Highlands Farm Stud in South Africa for a fee of R30,000. 


Carlton House  – Carlton House (Street Cry), runner-up in the 2014 Ranvet Stakes (Gr 1, 2000m), sired his first stakes winner on Wednesday when Too Close The Sun (4 g ex Old Money by Old Spice) took out the Warrnambool Cup (Listed, 2350m). Trained by Lindsey Smith, the four-year-old defeated Mirimar (Kalanisi) by a length with Sin To Win (Sir Percy) a further length away in third. Too Close The Sun is out of Group 1-winning Perth mare Old Money (Old Spice) making him a half-brother to Mackinnon Stakes (Gr 1, 2000m) scorer Trap For Fools (Poet’s Voice). Carlton House stood in Australia for two seasons in 2014 and 2015, producing 57 live foals. 


Clodovil – Rathasker Stud resident Clodovil (Danehill) sired his 22nd individual stakes winner on Thursday when Majestic Colt (5 h ex Majestic Dubawi by Dubawi) took out the Grosser Hannoverscher Sprintpreis (Listed, 1300m) at Hanover in Germany. Majestic Colt is one of two winners out of Group 3-scoring mare Majestic Dubawi (Dubawi) who herself is out of a half-sister to Listed winner South Rock (Rock City). Clodovil stands at Rathasker Stud in Ireland for a fee of € 8,000 (inc GST) and is also the sire of 2014 Kingston Town Classic (Gr 1, 1800m) winner Moriarty. 


Dream Ahead – Dream Ahead (Diktat) produced his 28th individual stakes winner, his seventh in Australia, when Ringbolt (2 g ex Maxi Dress by Shamardal) caused an upset in the SA Sires’ Produce Stakes (Gr 3, 1400m) on Saturday. Dream Ahead served seven seasons in Australia at Emirates Park Stud and Aquis Farm, but did not return from Haras de Grandcamp in France last year. He stood at €12,000 ($20,000) this season.


Fastnet Rock – Fastnet Rock (Danehill) recorded an incredible 157th individual stakes winner on Saturday when Game Keeper (3 g ex My Tusker by Volksraad) took the Adelaide Guineas (Listed, 1600m) at Morphettville. Purchased by McEvoy Mitchell Racing from the 2018 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale for $175,000, Game Keeper has started to live up to his potential this preparation with three wins on the trot. Fastnet Rock will stand for $165,000 (inc GST) at Coolmore Stud this year.


Husson – Husson (Hussonet) registered his 16th individual stakes winner when Vanna Girl (3 f ex Logan’s Choice by Redoute’s Choice) took out the Doomben Guineas (Listed, 1615m) on Saturday. Husson will stand at Aquis’ Queensland farm at Canungra this season at a fee of $5,500 (inc GST).


Kizuna – Japanese Derby (Gr 1, 2400m) winner Kizuna (Deep Impact) produced his seventh individual stakes winner on Saturday when Deep Bond (3 c ex Zephyranthes by King Halo) took the Kyoto Shimbun Hai (Gr 2, 2200m). Kizuna stands at Shadai Stallion Station on the island of Hokkaido.


Lohengrin – Lex Stud resident Lohengrin (Singspiel) landed his fifth stakes winner on Sunday when Tosen Surya (5 c ex Tosen Gracia by Durandal) won the Niigata Daishoten (Gr 3, 2000m). Lohengrin stands for a fee of ¥800,000 (approx. AUD$11,500).


Lord Of England – Irish bred Stex (4 m ex Sun Society by Law Society) landed her first stakes victory in the Grosser Hannoverscher Stutenpreis (Listed, 1800m) at Hanover on Thursday, providing her sire Lord Of England (Dashing Blade) with a 17th individual stakes win. The four-year-old mare is out of the Group 3 placed Sun Society who has produced four winners to date, with Stex her first at black-type level. Stex is bred and owned by Rennstall Gebr Barth and features Grosser Prix Von Berlin (Gr 1, 2400m) winner Sirius (Dashing Blade) further down the page. Lord Of England, who is also the sire of 2017 Herbert Power Stakes (Gr 2, 2400m) winner Lord Fandango, stands at Gestut Etzean in Germany for a fee of €6,500. 


Ocean Park – Another Dollar (5 m ex Make A Wish by Pins) became Ocean Park’s (Thorn Park) ninth individual stakes winner on Saturday when she took the Gosford Gold Cup (Listed, 2000m) at Randwick. Purchased by trainer Chris Waller from the 2016 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale out of Waikato Stud’s draft for $190,000, Another Dollar had been Group 1-placed but she had not broken through in stakes company before yesterday. Waikato Stud’s Ocean Park will stand for NZ$20,000 (plus GST) in 2020.


Orfevre – Japanese Triple Crown winner Orfevre (Stay Gold) made it eight individual stakes winners on Saturday when Bitterender (3 c ex Bitter Sweet by Afleet Alex) took the Principal Stakes (Listed, 2000m) at Tokyo. Orfevre stands at Shadai Stallion Station.


Rulership – Rulership (King Kamehameha) scored a 14th individual stakes winner when Uranus Charm (5 m ex Amethyst Ring by Fuji Kiseki) took the Metropolitan Stakes (Listed, 2400m) at Tokyo on Saturday. Rulership, the Hong Kong QEII Cup (Gr 1, 2000m) winner, stands at Shadai Stallion Station.


Snitzel – Only a couple of weeks after Snitzel (Redoute’s Choice) brought up his 100th individual stakes winner, he made it 101 on Saturday when Snitz (5 g ex Tickle My by Perugino) won the Takeover Target Stakes (Listed, 1200m) at Randwick. Sent to the 2016 Inglis Vobis Gold Yearling Sale by Basinghall Farm, Snitz was purchased for $75,000. His dam, Group 2 winner Tickle My (Perugino), was retired by breeder Ken Breese in November after producing a colt by Alpine Eagle (High Chaparral). Snitzel will stand for $165,000 (inc GST) at Arrowfield Stud in 2020.

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