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Offline MagiC~*

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« 2009-Oct-12, 10:46 AM Reply #25 »
Were they 2 year olds or older?

Yes 2yo's mate

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« 2009-Oct-12, 10:51 AM Reply #26 »
Love To Burn[/b], this one could have been anything, but was killed in Melobourne, when he got away from the strapper

I take it this was the strappers fault ?

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« 2009-Oct-12, 10:57 AM Reply #27 »
I take it this was the strappers fault ?

Probably not the strappers fault, but more the trainers fault ...... it was quite the sore point when it happened.

He was in the care of another trainer at the time, and was supposed to come home that week to be cut and spelled.

For some reason unkown, he was taken to the track on the monday morning, and coming home was being led doubles from the track, the horse was 16 - 17 hands high, and a real mongrel of a colt.

Got away from the stapper, and was hit by a car  :wavecry:

Should never have been at the track in the first place, and should never have been led with another horse  :rant:

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« 2009-Oct-12, 12:32 PM Reply #28 »
Anyone ever purchased a horse from one of the "Ready To Run " sales?

nope, it's never been a concept that Aussies have embraced as we are too suspicious  ;)

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« 2009-Oct-12, 12:56 PM Reply #29 »
Aussies have never really taken to pinhooking either, but it can be very finacially beneficial.

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« 2009-Oct-12, 01:02 PM Reply #30 »
usually in oz with the exception of specialized re-sellers i.e the nolens from vic and now bc3,oakwood and k.thomas/washpool....the stock are the rejects/non-sales/ repos from all other sales....doesnt mean they dont go good just proceed with caution/buyer beware....as a old teacher said do your homework boy :)

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« 2009-Oct-12, 01:07 PM Reply #31 »
Thanks Ted ,I'd expect that to be the case with some of them,but like the sales it's always buyer beware.

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« 2009-Oct-12, 01:11 PM Reply #32 »
Aussies have never really taken to pinhooking either, but it can be very finacially beneficial.

there are several who do it very well Mono, even I have had a little dip at it

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« 2010-Jan-26, 07:07 PM Reply #33 »
TVN's Karaka sales preview last night had some terrific types parading

Darcy Brahma's looked good  to me and  plenty of others to choose from if you've got the cash. :beer:

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« 2010-Jan-31, 07:17 AM Reply #34 »
Sir Patrick Hogan is quoted to have said his draft at the 2010 Karaka sale are the "best types " he has presented in a decade. Nothing like a bit of self promotion to get things rolling.  :lol:   :lol:

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« 2010-Feb-01, 08:41 PM Reply #35 »
TVN gave a good  live cover to the early Karaka sales today.  emthup

First of the 48 Darci Brahmas offered  a top looking colt  went for 130,000NZ

Saw Williams Jr. pay 500KNZ for a Encosta filly nice type too.

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« 2010-Feb-02, 02:23 PM Reply #36 »

Big bucks - $2 million for kiwi yearling
Clinton Payne
Tuesday, 2 February 2010

The 2010 Australasian record price for a yearling has been smashed on Tuesday at Karaka.

NSW-based bloodstock agent James Bester paid $NZ 2 million for a colt from Sir Patrick Hogan’s Cambridge Stud by champion stallion Zabeel out of the stakes winning Danehill mare Diamond Like.

Diamond Like is a daughter of the great racemare and producer Tristalove making the colt’s dam a full sister to Group I performers Viking Ruler and Kempinsky as well as a three quarter sister to Group I-placed Lovetrista.

“He is the best yearling I’ve ever seen, period,” James Bester said.

‘An extremely classy, high quality and well balanced, athletic Zabeel out of a fast sprinter/miler by Danehill.

The dam is out of an exceptional mare, Tristalove that comes from the best southern hemisphere family ever.”

Bester said he regarded the colt as “the best yearling” he’d ever seen at a southern hemisphere sale and after a spirited bidding duel, he outpointed one of the world’s biggest agents.

“Unfortunately Demi O’Byrne representing Coolmore also had a very high opinion of the colt,” Bester said.

The renowned bloodstock agent wouldn’t divulge the identity of the colt’s new owners, and whilst a trainer is still to be decided, Bester confirmed the horse will race in Australia.

The sale price of $NZ 2 million crushed Monday’s top price for an Australasian yearling in 2010 when a Singapore buyer went to $NZ 1 million to secure a colt by Fastnet Rock out of former topline kiwi galloper Popsy.


Interesting headline 2010 record yearling.   :bleh:

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« 2010-Feb-02, 02:44 PM Reply #37 »
Unnamed    
Zabeel (NZ)
Bay 1986
Sir Tristram
Bay 1971
Sir Ivor
Bay 1965
Sir Gaylord
Bay 1959
Turn-To
Somethingroyal
1951
1952
1-w
2-s
Attica
Chestnut 1953
Mr Trouble
Athenia
1947
1943
13-b
8-g
Isolt
Bay 1961
Round Table
Bay 1954
Princequillo
Knight's Daughter
1940
1941
1-b
2-f
All My Eye
Chestnut 1954
My Babu
All Moonshine
1945
1941
1-w
6-e
Lady Giselle
Bay 1982
Nureyev
Bay 1977
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Special
Bay 1969
Forli
Thong
1963
1964
3-b
5-h
Valderna
Bay 1972
Val de Loir
Bay 1959
Vieux Manoir
Vali
1947
1954
10-e
5-h
Derna
Bay 1961
Sunny Boy
Miss Barberie
1944
1950
16-a
16-c
Diamond Like (AUS)
Bay 1999
Danehill
Bay 1986
Danzig
Bay 1977
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Pas de Nom
Bay or brown 1968
Admiral's Voyage
Petitioner
1959
1952
4-n
7-a
Razyana
Bay 1981
His Majesty
Bay 1968
Ribot
Flower Bowl
1952
1952
4-l
4-d
Spring Adieu
Bay 1974
Buckpasser
Natalma
1963
1957
1-s
2-d
Tristalove
Bay 1990
Sir Tristram
Bay 1971
Sir Ivor
Bay 1965
Sir Gaylord
Attica
1959
1953
2-s
8-g
Isolt
Bay 1961
Round Table
All My Eye
1954
1954
2-f
6-e
Diamond Lover
Brown 1982
Sticks and Stones
Bay 1972
Faringdon
Winged Beauty
1961
1962
1-u
2-b
Eight Carat
Brown 1975
Pieces of Eight
Klairessa
1963
1969
3-o
9-c
  Ancestor duplications: Sir Tristram 2m x 3f   Northern Dancer 4m x 4m   Natalma 5m x 5m,5f

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« 2010-Feb-02, 08:11 PM Reply #38 »
and?

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« 2010-Feb-02, 08:31 PM Reply #39 »
 :what:

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« 2010-Feb-02, 08:35 PM Reply #40 »
Cups King spends up at Karaka

BART Cummings has spent up big on the opening day of the Karaka Premier Yearling sale in New Zealand.

Two years ago the master trainer and his long-time client combined to select Cox Plate winner So You Think from the same parade ring for $110,000.

Yesterday Dato Tan Chin Nam shelled out $575,000 for a colt with a pedigree that appears built for the Melbourne Cup.

By champion sire Zabeel out of Markisa, the colt is descended from the outstanding Eight Carat family which has produced horses such as Octagonal, Don Eduardo, Tristalove, Viscount, Kaapstad and Danewin.

Cummings also signed for three yearlings himself for a combined value of $670,000 while Duncan Ramage, Dato Tan's racing manager, purchased another two colts at a cost of $470,000 who will be prepared by Cummings.

Karaka has been a proven source for Cummings, with Group One winners Roman Emperor and Allez Wonder bought from across the Tasman in recent years.

Gai Waterhouse was another Sydney trainer active at the sales, snapping up four yearlings with her highest price lot being a $650,000 Pins filly.

Racing's leading lady has never managed to win a Melbourne Cup, but is keen to add some staying power to her stable.

"A lot of the stables have been wanting to show me their yearlings by [Australian-based sires] Encosta De Lago and Fastnet Rock," she said.

"But I told them I've come here to buy horses for Derbys, Oaks and Cups, and usually most horses that win those races past 2400m have the NZ suffix."

Leading Melbourne trainer Peter Moody purchased nine yearlings with the most expensive being a $260,000 Encosta De Lago colt.

The first $1 million yearling of the season was sold yesterday with Singapore-based owner Jayven See coming out on top of a hotly contested bidding dual for the Fastnet Rock colt out of former top race mare Popsy.

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« 2010-Feb-02, 08:54 PM Reply #41 »
Oh, I see.

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« 2010-Aug-02, 06:38 PM Reply #42 »
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« 2010-Oct-02, 04:36 PM Reply #43 »


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.


za-im is very capable of getting a good horse with the right mare under hyim, he is out of the irish 1000 guineas winner al bahathri who is also the dam of 2000 guineas winner haafhd

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« 2010-Oct-15, 11:27 PM Reply #44 »
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« 2011-Jan-27, 07:00 PM Reply #45 »
After the announcement today that Zenyatta is to be served by Bernardini, it will be interesting to see if this has any impact on the Sales of his progeny at NZ Bloodstock Yearling Sales in the next week.

His highest priced yearling so far in the Australasian yearling sales was for A$300,000 at MM Lot 333 Colt out of Miguelita by Danehill, she was placed twice in Aus, half-sister to Brocco Babe - JB Cummings bought

The lowest price was Lot 160 at Sydney Classic Yearling for $19,000 - Y Cho bought

Saw a nice colt today by him, be interesting to see how things go




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« 2012-Aug-26, 01:46 PM Reply #46 »
When watching the TV lately about the big book for 2012 Fiftyshadesofgrey I was wondering if we would get a horse called that,well it has happened a 2yo grey filly by Written Tycoon x Talkin' About has that honour.

This filly won her trial today in 50.44 she looks ok going on this Breednet photo.
« Last Edit: 2012-Sep-24, 06:14 PM by koolcat »

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« 2012-Aug-29, 08:31 AM Reply #47 »
At last MM sales are getting an ambassador with style and class for the sales with Zara Phillips the Queens grandaughter looking forward to her arrival and promoting the sales next year.
« Last Edit: 2012-Aug-30, 09:22 AM by koolcat »

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« 2012-Aug-29, 09:33 AM Reply #48 »
At last MM sales are getting an ambassador with style and class for the sales with Sarah Phillips the Queens grandaughter looking forward to her arrival and promoting the sales next year.

Hang on Kool. Wasn't it you complaining about plum in the mouth commentator at the equestrian event..........same circles.

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« 2012-Aug-29, 02:51 PM Reply #49 »
Common Special it wasn't Zara who called the Equestrian events,I wouldn't say Zara had a plum in her mouth when I've heard her speak,I've even heard comments since the Olympics from people I wouldn't think would watch jumping or anything equestrian say the bird who called the Olympics was not able to be understood.
I'm disappointed your sounding as catty as a lot of males here. :o
« Last Edit: 2012-Aug-30, 09:22 AM by koolcat »


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