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« 2007-Jun-23, 10:22 PM Reply #1 »
Primus to Chatswood Stud   

Chatswood Stud
 
Victoria’s Chatswood Stud and Iskander Racing have announced that the Group winning and multiple Gr.1 performed stallion Primus will serve at the Victorian stud this season, after he was retired due to an injury which halted a Gr.1 Stradbroke Handicap campaign.
 
The lightly raced son of sire sensation Flying Spur is from the famed Denise’s Joy family, which is now an emerging sire producing family.
 
Managing Director Greg Willis commented; ‘We at Chatswood are thrilled to have such a talented and attractive son of Flying Spur to offer breeders. After all, we kicked off Primus’ sire’s career off, so this bloodline is very close to our hearts. With his sire becoming nearly inaccessible to most breeders, due to the fee at which his brilliant success commands, we thought that Primus would offer the next best alternative to his sire. He was top class, had a great turn of foot and offers that speed crossed with his staying pedigree. It’s a wonderful opportunity for breeders right around Australia, not just Victoria.”
 
Primus’ trainer John O’Shea commented ‘He is an amazing type, with a great turn of foot.  He's also a very sound horse, and most importantly for him, he has got an imposing pedigree. The three things that make a young stallion are performance, type, and pedigree.  He meets all of those criteria. He has displayed group one ability throughout his career.
 
Managing Owner Sheriff Iskander stated; "Primus was always a horse of Group 1 ability and with his good looks, female line and being by the sire of the moment in Flying Spur, his future career as a stallion looks very bright. We're delighted to remain involved with this next exciting chapter and are convinced that he will get every possible opportunity at Chatswood Stud".
 
Primus will arrive at Chatswood Stud next week and be available for inspection.
 
He will commence his career at stud for $11,000 (GST-inclusive). There will also be a limited number of lifetime shares on offer.

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« 2007-Jun-24, 12:26 AM Reply #2 »
Standing at the same stud his dad started at, nice and poetic that.

Just shy of being a top class but thats why he stands in Vic not NSW, he will get strong support from the stud and its clients so is every chance of making it.

If only at this level

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« 2007-Jul-04, 02:22 PM Reply #3 »
Good grief!!  You really have to wonder at Coolmore and their arrogance over the frivolous price they are reported as paying for Haradasun.

Frivolous in the sense that it will take a long, long time to recoup that outlay, if ever.

Maybe we could start a competition to see which member comes closest to naming his first year service fee.  ::)

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« 2007-Jul-04, 04:16 PM Reply #4 »
would think round the 40 - 50k mark

these days if you get Darley & Coolmore fighting over something you can hit the jackpot

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« 2007-Jul-10, 10:38 PM Reply #5 »
I'm sure the boys at Coolmore are happy with their investment at this stage. There's a chance the horse will end up in Kentucky rather than Ireland. Service fee? Let's wait until he retires. The possible price range is vast.

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« 2007-Aug-11, 01:45 PM Reply #6 »
With his issues, hardly worth that sort of money.

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« 2007-Sep-19, 11:07 AM Reply #7 »
A recent foaling a huge colt 65kg by Dubawi x Shady Stream making him a 1/2 to Takeover Target...that is one big foal.  :king:

Talking of Chatswood Stud I have visited there and what a beaut setup it is beautiful country and perfect housing and day yards for the horses and very good horsepeople who know what they are doing.
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« 2007-Oct-19, 01:51 PM Reply #8 »

New Stars are born,photos can be seen at Breednet Photo Gallery.
Colt..Redoute's Choice x Circles of Gold (pure blueblood)
Filly..Starcraft x Private Steer (a future star for sure)
Filly..Fastnet Rock x Ballybleue
Colt..Choisir x La Bella Dame
Colt..Elusive Quality x Calaway Gal
Colt..Not a Single Doubt x Special (grand old mare)
Filly..Lonhro x Dorky (full sis to 2yo Segolene)
Colt..Elvstroem x Pravda
Filly..Redoute's Choice x Pure Grace
Filly..Redoute's Choice x Miss Kournikova
Colt..Redoute's Choice x Hollow Bullet
Colt..Lonhro x Mamzelle Padrille
Colt..Lonhro x Camino Rose
Colt Encosta De Lago x Merlene
Colt..Encosta De Lago x Shantha's Choice
Filly..Dane Shadow x Auspicious Lady
Filly..Murphy's Blu Boy x Vienna Sunrise
Colt..Redoute's Choice x Oceanfast
Colt..Lonhro x Plagiarize
Filly..Redoute's Choice x Tycoon Lil
Colt..Lonhro x Lovelorn
Filly..Redoute's Choice x Wiener (sure winner)
Filly..Starcraft x Macedon Lady
These are only a taste of the 2007 crop of babies. 8-)

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« 2007-Oct-26, 07:35 AM Reply #9 »
This years Melb Cup Schweppes raffle is a stunning filly,
   SPARKLING SYMPHONY...Stravinsky x Musical Note
good luck to anyone who buys a ticket and many wins I hope for the filly.
Last years raffle recently won a race (I can't remember it's name tho).

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« 2007-Nov-06, 09:12 AM Reply #10 »

   It's a girl...ALINGHI produced a filly by Hussonet,a very leggy looking filly bay with a star,congrats to owners. :)

I have posted a photo in photo gallery from Breednet site,simply the best.
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« 2007-Nov-26, 01:46 PM Reply #11 »



         It's another well bred filly.
 Sunline and Hussonet what price this one??,look forward to seeing a photo.

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« 2007-Nov-26, 05:26 PM Reply #12 »
Arrowfield Stud
 
Arrowfield Stud reports that less than 3 weeks after Alinghi delivered a filly by Hussonet at Arrowfield Stud, Sunline has also produced a Hussonet filly which arrived at 5am last Friday morning at Waikato Stud in New Zealand.

Trevor and Stephen McKee are both delighted with the arrival of Sunline’s latest foal. “When Redoute’s Choice could not cover Sunline last season, we decided to switch to Hussonet and we could not be happier with the result,” said Trevor McKee.

“She [Sunline] has had a very lovely healthy foal and she is a bay with no markings just like her mother,” added Stephen McKee.

Sunline was one of the great racing mares in Australasian racing history. She raced 48 times for 32 wins, 9 seconds and 3 thirds, amassing $11,351,607 in earnings making her the world’s second highest earning female racehorse behind Makybe Diva. Sunline won races in three countries: Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong. She won back-to-back W.S. Cox Plates as well as twice winning Australia’s toughest mile race, the Doncaster Handicap.

She was crowned Australian Horse of the Year three times in a row, and New Zealand Horse of the Year four times in a row.

Sunline’s Hussonet filly is her fourth foal with the Champion mare having produced two fillies by Rock of Gibraltar and a colt by Zabeel. The Zabeel colt sold for $2million at the New Zealand Premier Yearling Sale earlier this year and is due to trial in a couple weeks, advised his trainer Trevor McKee.

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« 2007-Nov-27, 11:17 AM Reply #13 »
I have posted a photo from Breednet site in the photo gallery ,she is a little beauty mirror image of Mum.  :noteworthy:  oops I forgot I can post it here.
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« 2007-Nov-27, 12:01 PM Reply #14 »
A little trick for you Kool, in the dropdown menu above all the font colours (Link Inline Image..) you have different options to display your pics, when you select one of the options replace the "#" with a "1" and it can display your pics in full size or thumbnail view, just go back and modify your Posts display them  ;)

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« 2007-Dec-02, 10:01 AM Reply #15 »


A stallion I have never heard of had a brilliant winner yesterday at Toowoomba Azzaland,the stallion Za-Im by Green Desert has had very little interest in him at stud having only covered 112 mares in 6 seasons and has 55 foals that only 18 have been named and already he has a stakeswinner Spy Zaim and Azzaland is reported to be the fastest horse on the downs,anyone know anything of this Stallion??.

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« 2007-Dec-08, 05:12 PM Reply #16 »

  Baadi Blasted winner of first in Sydney today is by Anabaa x Blasting Through and was put up for sale at 2005 Sydney Easter sale where he was passed in at 55k to be then taken to Vic for ready to run sale and was sold for 31k,bit of a drop in price.Racingandsports.

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« 2007-Dec-29, 10:50 AM Reply #17 »


A stallion I have never heard of had a brilliant winner yesterday at Toowoomba Azzaland,the stallion Za-Im by Green Desert has had very little interest in him at stud having only covered 112 mares in 6 seasons and has 55 foals that only 18 have been named and already he has a stakeswinner Spy Zaim and Azzaland is reported to be the fastest horse on the downs,anyone know anything of this Stallion??./quote]
The ball keeps rolling for Azzaland another brilliant win by this promising horse on boxing day when he recorded his 3rd win from 3 starts and already he holds 1xtrack record and two class records from his three starts,his next start will be at the GC in a couple of weeks I hope he goes well there as he loves the Toowoomba track where he is trained,his 2yo 1/2 Clayton will be joining the stable soon also,as will a half to speedster Black Suit,Spectacular Iam (I think)who is by Azzalands sire.
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« 2007-Dec-29, 12:00 PM Reply #18 »
It's not Spectacular Iam joining Black Suit but a younger sibling.

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« 2008-Apr-28, 12:33 PM Reply #19 »

 Azzaland resumed from a spell last Saturday and was again a winner,he is a real speedmachine and has a leading stable trying to buy him down south.

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« 2009-Jul-19, 12:49 PM Reply #20 »
 8)Bred to Win has a story this week on this stallion I wrote about in 2007,he now has had 18 starters for 14 wins and 2 seconds quite a strike rate for a horse under 3k service fee,Azzaland has been having soundness troubles keeping him off the track recently.

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« 2009-Oct-01, 12:48 PM Reply #21 »
1st Win For $1.1m Redoute's Choice Filly
Regally-bred 3YO filly Sunday's Choice (Redoute's Choice-Castellina, by Zabeel) recorded her 1st win with victory over 1250m at Canterbury Park in Sydney yesterday for trainer Jack Denham. Sunday's Choice (a $1.1 million yearling consigned from Arrowfield Stud at the 2008 Inglis Easter Sale in Sydney) returned from a 16-weeks spell to take her record to a win & no placings from 4 starts for $19,150 earnings. (Oct 1)

2nd Win For $600k Redoute's Choice Mare
Expensive 4YO staying mare & potential light-weight Melbourne Cup contender Allez Wonder (Redoute's Choice-Luna Tudor, by Military Plume) recorded her 2nd win with victory over 2040m at Moonee Valley in Melbourne yesterday for trainer Bart Cummings. Allez Wonder (a $600,000 yearling consigned from Trelawney Stud at the 2007 NZ Bloodstock Premier Sale at Karaka) took her record to 2 wins (also including March's Listed Keith Nolan Classic over 1600m at Kembla Grange) & a placing (in 2008's Gr1 Crown Oaks over 2500m at Flemington) from 14 starts for $219,513 earnings. (Oct 1)

1st Win For $600k Fastnet Rock Son
Equally expensive 3YO gelding Opportunistic (Fastnet Rock-Citirecruit, by Citidancer) recorded his 1st win with victory over 1300m at Eagle Farm in Brisbane yesterday for trainer Alan Bailey. Opportunistic (a $600,000 yearling consigned from Reavill Farm at the 2008 Magic Millions Gold Coast sale) returned from a 20-weeks spell to take his record to a win & no placings from 2 starts for $8,450 earnings. (Oct 1)

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« 2009-Oct-12, 10:10 AM Reply #22 »
Anyone ever purchased a horse from one of the "Ready To Run " sales?

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« 2009-Oct-12, 10:43 AM Reply #23 »
Not here,

But we have purchased a few from the New Zealand ready to runs, a few years back.

I think most of them ended up winning races
Paris Triumph
Joggerama
Love To Burn, this one could have been anything, but was killed in Melobourne, when he got away from the strapper  >:(

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« 2009-Oct-12, 10:45 AM Reply #24 »
Were they 2 year olds or older?


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