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O.P. « 2018-Nov-04, 10:53 AM »
Doesn’t get much better than the trifecta in the G1 Coolmore.

Pity the filly had to win the stallion making race though. 😉

Shuttles to the UK in 2019.

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« 2018-Nov-04, 11:57 AM Reply #1 »
And he just produced a potential star in the first at Mornington.

Zoubo will be top class.

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« 2018-Nov-21, 01:19 PM Reply #2 »
Zoubo

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« 2018-Nov-22, 11:52 AM Reply #3 »
Zoubo

I knew I'd heard the name before when I was checking yesterday's Sandown results.

Zoustar also had the very highly touted Zoustyle resume with a nice win in Brisbane last Saturday, returning clearly the best rating by any 3yo sprinter in Queensland this season, approximately +1.5L better than the next best, Hold The Line.

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« 2018-Dec-17, 08:47 AM Reply #4 »
Zoustyle now 5/5.

Interestingly, he hasn't had a 2yo winner this season from his 6 runners. His best thus far is the twice listed placed colt, Sun City.

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« 2019-Mar-26, 10:06 AM Reply #5 »
His 2yos are now 1/17 this season, Sun City having won once - a weak G3 in Brisbane in late December.

His best 2yo non-winner is Shih Tzou, which transferred in a G3 Blue Diamond Preview.

Pretty thin pickings for a stallion whose fee is about to go through the roof.

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« 2019-Mar-26, 04:45 PM Reply #6 »
His best 2yo non-winner is Shih Tzou, which transferred in a G3 Blue Diamond Preview.


What does "transferred" mean in this context?

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« 2019-Mar-26, 08:49 PM Reply #7 »
What does "transferred" mean in this context?

It means "placed third" in auto correct speech, Jeff.

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« 2019-Mar-26, 08:55 PM Reply #8 »
It means "placed third" in auto correct speech, Jeff.

Oh,  :biggrin:


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« 2019-Mar-29, 09:31 AM Reply #9 »
Talk is that Zoustar's fee will be going to 6 figures next season, perhaps to as much as $120,000 - $140,000.

His 2yos from this season will want to get a move on for that fee, or anything like it, to be justified. 

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« 2019-May-10, 10:36 AM Reply #10 »
2/27 with his 2yos now.

Each winner has won just the one race.

Not ideal for a stallion with a $154,000 fee.

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« 2019-May-10, 12:27 PM Reply #11 »
2/27 with his 2yos now.

Each winner has won just the one race.

Not ideal for a stallion with a $154,000 fee.

It is amazing how little 2yo racing we actually have in this country.

There have only been 338 2yo races run in Australia. 59 of them are stakes races, about 17%

Already in Great Britain and Ireland there have been 58 2yo races, 1 stakes race.


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« 2019-May-10, 12:34 PM Reply #12 »
It is amazing how little 2yo racing we actually have in this country.

There have only been 338 2yo races run in Australia. 59 of them are stakes races, about 17%

Already in Great Britain and Ireland there have been 58 2yo races, 1 stakes race.

 :what: :what:

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« 2019-May-10, 01:03 PM Reply #13 »
:what: :what:

It really had little to do with what j.r.b was stating  :nowink: :no: :yes:

The leading 2yo sire as far as winners goes in England/Ireland will have a tally in the 30s, with 2 and half months to go our leaders have 18.


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« 2019-May-10, 01:05 PM Reply #14 »
2018 England Ireland

11211Kodiac (GB), 2001, by Danehill 114/423/62/12,133,509 Fairyland (IRE), $631,8700.0000.00
435311222Dandy Man (IRE), 2003, by Mozart 86/290/00/01,079,290 Cedars of Lebanon (IRE), $166,3420.0000.00
64123Dark Angel (IRE), 2005, by Acclamation 100/282/21/0740,164 Angel's Hideaway (IRE), $122,9600.0000.00
48654Galileo (IRE), 1998, by Sadler's Wells 53/227/84/01,954,288 Anthony Van Dyck (IRE), $400,0040.0000.00
----5No Nay Never (USA), 2011, by Scat Daddy 44/225/72/11,500,860 Ten Sovereigns (IRE), $358,6610.0000.00
12121336Dubawi (IRE), 2002, by Dubai Millennium 50/222/52/21,429,430 Too Darn Hot (GB), $661,6730.0000.00
----7Charm Spirit (IRE), 2011, by Invincible Spirit 53/191/11/0550,553 Chicago May (IRE), $71,7020.0000.00
17550105318Scat Daddy (USA), 2004, by Johannesburg 32/184/74/11,591,557 Skitter Scatter (USA), $533,6640.0000.00
---49Society Rock (IRE), 2007, by Rock of Gibraltar 42/181/10/0716,522 The Mackem Bullet (IRE), $227,2840.0000.00
2145453510Lope de Vega (IRE), 2007, by Shamardal 58/175/52/0751,934 Phoenix of Spain (IRE), $226,7390.0000.00

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« 2019-May-10, 01:06 PM Reply #15 »
2017-2018 Australia

23321I Am Invincible (AUS), 2004, by Invincible Spirit 60/254/44/03,454,945 Oohood, $996,1002.388272.13
11572Not a Single Doubt (AUS), 2001, by Redoute's Choice 36/204/51/01,586,890 Fundamentalist, $199,5002.0719611.74
----3Spirit of Boom (AUS), 2007, by Sequalo 52/183/30/01,950,825 Outback Barbie, $309,3501.54521.54
-136194Hinchinbrook (AUS), 2007, by Fastnet Rock 47/181/21/11,380,581 Seabrook (NZ), $556,3001.404441.75
56235Sebring (AUS), 2005, by More Than Ready 50/165/51/01,353,971 Futooh, $192,0851.3913071.69
2041066Exceed and Excel (AUS), 2000, by Danehill 46/161/21/0975,141 Performer, $173,2501.2422351.73
--22207Smart Missile (AUS), 2008, by Fastnet Rock 47/151/10/0934,336 Hong Kong Bet, $315,7501.323861.16
---118All Too Hard (AUS), 2009, by Casino Prince 51/131/10/0750,125 Outrageous, $153,5551.112061.02
291124229Denman (AUS), 2006, by Lonhro 39/130/00/0710,175 Ragged Rascal, $138,6201.106131.04
321110Snitzel (AUS), 2002, by Redoute's Choice 55/124/61/13,615,905 Estijaab, $2,335,0753.6516812.62

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« 2019-May-10, 08:19 PM Reply #16 »
I would suggest this all about the number of 2 year olds  who suffer from shin soreness in Australia in contrast to English racing. It has a lot to do with horses going around corners.

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« 2019-Jul-17, 11:08 AM Reply #17 »
2/27 with his 2yos now.

Each winner has won just the one race.

Not ideal for a stallion with a $154,000 fee.

Zoustar's now scrambled his way to 5/37 with his 2yos this season.

The 5 winners have won 6 races, with Sun City still his standard bearer and only 2yo stakes winner.

He's languishing in 23rd place on the 2yo sire table, which is not great for a stallion with only 2 crops of racing age and a fee of $154,000.

Massive contrast with his 3yos, where he's a runaway leader on the sires table. 59/87, with the 59 winning 104 races and $6,686,825 in prizemoney (mind you, Sunlight's responsible for about 32% of that).


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