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Offline j.r.b.

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O.P. « 2016-Dec-11, 07:24 PM »
Rumour mill abuzz that a deal has been done for Japanese superstar Maurice to stand at stud in Australia for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season.

If so, gotta be Arrowfield, surely?

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« 2016-Dec-11, 07:30 PM Reply #1 »

MAURICE (JPN)
Bay colt 2011 
Screen Hero
Chestnut 2004
Grass Wonder
Chestnut 1995
Silver Hawk
Bay 1979
Roberto
Bay 1969
Hail to Reason
Bramalea
1958
1959
4-n
12-c
Gris Vitesse
Grey 1966
Amerigo
Matchiche
1955
1956
1-p
21-a
Ameriflora
Bay 1989
Danzig
Bay 1977
Northern Dancer
Pas de Nom
1961
1968
2-d
7-a
Graceful Touch
Bay 1978
His Majesty
Pi Phi Gal
1968
1973
4-d
12-c
Running Heroine
Bay 1993
Sunday Silence
Brown 1986
Halo
Bay or brown 1969
Hail to Reason
Cosmah
1958
1953
4-n
2-d
Wishing Well
Bay 1975
Understanding
Mountain Flower
1963
1964
1-g
3-e
Dyna Actress
Bay 1983
Northern Taste
Chestnut 1971
Northern Dancer
Lady Victoria
1961
1962
2-d
14-c
Model Sport
Bay or brown 1975
Model Fool
Magic Goddess
1963
1968
A11
1-s
Mejiro Frances
Bay 2001
Carnegie
Bay 1991
Sadler's Wells
Bay 1981
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Fairy Bridge
Bay 1975
Bold Reason
Special
1968
1969
19-b
5-h
Detroit
Bay 1977
Riverman
Bay 1969
Never Bend
River Lady
1960
1963
19-b
10-a
Derna
Bay 1961
Sunny Boy
Miss Barberie
1944
1950
16-a
16-c
Mejiro Monterey
Bay 1986
Mogami
Bay 1976
Lyphard
Bay 1969
Northern Dancer
Goofed
1961
1960
2-d
17-b
No Luck
Bay or brown 1968
Lucky Debonair
No Teasing
1962
1957
3-d
1-s
Mejiro Quincey
Bay 1981
Fidion
Chestnut 1972
Djakao
Thessalie
1966
1963
8-c
12-g
Mejiro Bosatsu
Chestnut 1963
Montaval
Mejiro Queen
1953
1957
9>
10-d
 Ancestor duplications:Hail to Reason5m,5m x Northern Dancer5m,5m x 4m,5m

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« 2016-Dec-11, 08:32 PM Reply #2 »
Boost his salability if he came here and beat winx in the championships  :bulb:

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« 2016-Dec-11, 08:43 PM Reply #3 »
Boost his salability if he came here and beat winx in the championships  :bulb:

He'll earn minimum of $2,000,000 for his connections with out the need to be embarrassed by the great mare.


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« 2016-Dec-11, 08:53 PM Reply #4 »
All guesswork as he is now retired but if he had have met Winx he certainly would not have been embarrassed.

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« 2016-Dec-12, 10:58 AM Reply #5 »
Brave ride, great win  :thumbsup:

Always thought Grass Wonder had potential to be a top stallion here but never really proved popular. Good to see his line prosper through Maurice.
« Last Edit: 2016-Dec-12, 11:01 AM by samatt »

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« 2017-Feb-02, 09:08 AM Reply #6 »
Confirmed that Maurice shuttles to Arrowfield.

Will stand for $33,000.

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« 2017-Apr-06, 11:59 AM Reply #7 »
Confirmed that Maurice shuttles to Arrowfield.

Will stand for $33,000.

Maurice Fee Set at $33,000
Breednet - Media Release - Thursday, 6 April 2017
Arrowfield launched international champion Maurice on the Stud's 2017 roster with a Japanese-themed cocktail evening at the Stud's Inglis Easter marquee on Wednesday evening. 

Maurice

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Maurice's owner Mrs Kazumi Yoshida and her husband, celebrated owner and breeder Katsumi Yoshida, were special guests at the event to mark the addition of Japan's 2015 Horse of the Year to the Arrowfield line-up.

Maurice is one of three Japanese stars shuttling to the Hunter Valley farm this coming season. Japanese and Australian Group 1 winner Real Impact (by multiple champion sire Deep Impact) returns to Arrowfield for his second Southern Hemisphere season, after serving 134 mares here in 2016.

Like Maurice, Champion Sprinter-Miler Mikki Isle (also by Deep Impact) will make the trip to Australia for the first time this year.

Arrowfield Chairman John Messara welcomed guests and introduced Maurice and the two sons of Deep Impact with video clips and a presentation describing the extrardinary rise of Japanese breeding and racing over the past four decades. 

Katsumi Yoshida is sending Maurice the cream of his wonderful broodmare band, including two-time Horse of the Year & 7-time Group 1 winner Gentildonna; Horse of the Year Buena Vista; Champion Filly Harp Star; Champion Filly Sinhalite; and dual Group 1 winner Verxina. Arrowfield has committed close to 40 of its best stakes-winning and stakes-producing mares for Maurice's Australian book.

Maurice will stand his first season at Arrowfield at a fee of $33,000 inc. GST.

John Messara also announced the news that Arrowfield has secured a 50% interest in the Group-winning 2YO colt Pariah (Redoute's Choice-Secluded by Hussonet), along with the standing rights for his future stud career. Pariah will now race for a partnership of Arrowfield with James Harron Bloodstock Colts and all his current owners, and will continue to be trained by Peter & Paul Snowden. 

Pariah was purchased by James Harron Bloodstock for $700,000 from Arrowfield Stud's 2016 Inglis Easter draft. Arrowfield has already had great success with home-bred and graduate colts, among them Champion Sire Flying Spur and leading sires Beneteau and Not A Single Doubt. 

Arrowfield is the leading vendor by aggregate after Day 2 of the Inglis Easter Sale and ended the day on a high note, when the Snitzel filly from dual Group 1 winner Response (by Charge Forward) was knocked down to Emirates Park for $1.7 million. The filly was bred by Katsumi Yoshida and the mare is part of his long-standing joint venture with Arrowfield. 

With the final selling session to be conducted on Thursday, the sale's average is $354,044, median $270,00 and gross $79,660,000 with a healthy clearance rate of 81 per cent.

News from Arrowfield


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