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O.P. « 2009-Jan-29, 06:17 PM »
Serene Lodge Race Synd.


Jason Coyle and Jamie Nielsen are two of their NSW trainers and i am sure Mick Price is their Victorian one.

Who else do they have ?
Search Results for: Patinack Farm,

Average: $193,591 | Highest Price: $2,200,000 | Total: $71,435,000 | Sold: 369 | Offered: 369

Sale Year Type Col. Sex Name Sire Dam Vendor Buyer
Price
MMPS
2008
Y
b
c

Redoute's Choice
Gypsy Dancer
Coolmore Stud-ag
Patinack Farm
$2200000
MMPS
2008
Y
b
c

Redoute's Choice
Lady Capel
Baramul Stud
Patinack Farm
$2200000
ABMS
2010
B
ch
f
Sun Classique
Fuji Kiseki
Elfenjer
Widden Stud-ag
Patinack Farm
$2000000
QAUG
2008
B
br
m
To Be Surprised
Redoute's Choice
Patrona
Racetree-ag
Patinack Farm
$1300000
AEYS
2009
Y
b
c

Redoute's Choice
Tugela
Makybe
Patinack Farm
$1200000
ABMS
2010
B
b
f
Bel Mer
Bel Esprit
Drop Anchor
Vinery Stud-ag
Patinack Farm
$1050000
NZPR
2008
Y
b
f

One Cool Cat
Diamond Cashel
Cambridge Stud
Patinack Farm
$925000
MMWB
2008
B
b
m
Volted In
Rory's Jester
Voltage
Kitchwin Hills-ag
Patinack Farm
$920000
ABMS
2010
B
ch
f
Serious Speed
Royal Academy
Twitter
Toorak Park
Patinack Farm
$900000
MMWB
2008
B
ch
m
Litter
Catbird
Alkimiya
Evergreen Stud-ag
Patinack Farm
$860000
AEYS
2010
Y
b
c

Tale of the Cat
Gee I Jane
Coolmore Stud-ag
Patinack Farm
$800000
MMPS
2008
Y
b
c

Redoute's Choice
Redwood
Baramul Stud
Patinack Farm
$800000
MMPS
2008
Y
b
c

Encosta de Lago
St Katherine
Baramul Stud
Patinack Farm
$800000
ABMS
2009
B
b
f
Devil Moon
King Cugat
Classy Babe
Widden Stud-ag
Patinack Farm
$775000
MMPS
2008
Y
b
c

Exceed and Excel
Acupuncture
Willow Park-ag
Patinack Farm
$730000
MMPS
2008
Y
b
f

Redoute's Choice
Strawberry Girl
Strawberry Hill
Patinack Farm
$725000
AEYS
2009
Y
ch
f

Galileo
Procrastinate
Coolmore Stud-ag
Patinack Farm
$725000
NZPR
2008
Y
b
f

Encosta de Lago
Rose Pompadour
Curraghmore-ag
Patinack Farm
$680000
MMPS
2008
Y
ch
c

Encosta de Lago
Battonage
Yarraman Park-ag
Patinack Farm
$660000
NZPR
2008
Y
b
f

One Cool Cat
Tricia Ann
Cambridge Stud
Patinack Farm
$640000
NZPR
2008
Y
b
c

Zabeel
Better Succeed
Cambridge Stud
Patinack Farm
$620000
MMPS
2008
Y
b
f

Redoute's Choice
Tully Thunder
Kitchwin Hills-ag
Patinack Farm
$600000
MMWB
2010
O
b
f
Bakarje Diva
Redoute's Choice
Tugela
Attunga Stud-ag
Patinack Farm
$600000
NZPR
2008
Y
b
c

Zabeel
Silk Slipper
Cambridge Stud
Patinack Farm
$575000
ABSS
2008
B
ch
m
Imana
Thunder Gulch
Zarissa
Toolooganvale-ag
Patinack Farm
$550000
MMPS
2008
Y
b
f

Redoute's Choice
Bright Gleam
Willow Park-ag
Patinack Farm
$550000
ABMS
2010
O
ch
f
Readyor
More Than Ready
Satyric
Invermien P/L
Patinack Farm
$520000
NZPR
2008
Y
b
f

Pins
High Grove
Shelby Park-ag
Patinack Farm
$500000
ABMS
2010
B
b/br
f
She Will Be Loved
Strategic
Katie O'Neill
Coolmore Stud-ag
Patinack Farm
$500000
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« 2009-Jan-29, 06:22 PM Reply #1 »
I decided to do a Gratlog and parleyed their runners for tonight but missed one, ONEOTHER.

Subtle Cove did the job in the first. They have Cursol in the 2nd, Mansell in the 4th and Oneother in the 6th.


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« 2009-Jan-29, 06:30 PM Reply #2 »
Good luck Matt  emthup

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« 2009-Jan-29, 06:47 PM Reply #3 »
Thanks Grats.

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« 2009-Jan-30, 12:41 PM Reply #4 »
I see Rod Quinn does alot of their riding now.

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« 2009-Jan-30, 01:05 PM Reply #5 »
 Rm Quinn is just keeping the saddle warm for their main man
until his return about 21st Feb  P Robl

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« 2009-Feb-01, 12:33 AM Reply #6 »
Another two winners yesterday.

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« 2009-Feb-03, 03:58 PM Reply #7 »
Injured Robl keeping his hand in

By Patrick Allen

February 03, 2009 12:00am

PETER Robl is still three weeks away from returning to the saddle - but that didn't stop the Patinack Farm stable rider from having a hand in the win of Abeyant at Newcastle on Saturday.

The veteran rider has been out of action with a fractured vertebra since the horror three-horse fall at Rosehill on December 10 last year.

But since having his neck brace removed, Robl has been helping out at Patinack's Warwick Farm stables doing light duties.

"I haven't been doing the photocopying or getting Nathan (Tinkler) cups of coffee, but I have been out at the stables trying to help where I can," he said.

Robl travelled north to saddle Abeyant, a two-year-old Exceed and Excel colt, at Newcastle for head trainer Jason Coyle.

Coyle was busy preparing Abeyant's stablemate Marquardt, who won her debut at Rosehill just 20 minutes later.

"It was a terrific result for the stable," Robl said.

"I have been going out there every morning to watch the horses in their work and just generally give a hand.

"I'm still restricted to light duties but I do as much as I can and it was certainly a different experience to saddle up a horse on race day. I'd prefer to be riding them, though."

Robl has reason to be excited about getting back into the saddle.

Nathan Tinkler spent $150 million building a racing empire last year.

That included the purchase of more than 200 of the best yearlings - all of which are now two-year-olds and starting to hit the racetrack. Surprisingly, the two wins on Saturday made the total number of Patinack Farm's juvenile wins for the season just three.

But there is plenty of talent to come - and by the time Golden Slipper fever has its clutches on Sydney racing, Robl could find himself on a leading chance. Patinack Farm has a $2 million full-brother to champion race mare Alinghi set to make his debut in the Blue Diamond Prelude at Caulfield on Saturday.But first Robl must concentrate on getting the all-clear from doctors.

"The neck brace is off now, which is a start," he said.

"My neck still gets a bit stiff on one side, but it's definitely improving every day. I've started going to physio and have another CAT scan on February 10. If the scans come back clear then I should be right to go."

Fellow jockey Jeff Lloyd - who was also injured in the fall on December 10 - has suffered another setback. Lloyd was thrown from his mount Chordata at the barriers before the first race at Rosehill on Saturday and could be out for a month with a broken foot.


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« 2009-Feb-03, 04:24 PM Reply #8 »
 obviously only an opinion, but anyone who argues with someone
 like paady payne, and gets them off side..........
 is an egghead.  :lol:
 i think hes headed for disaster........i maybe wrong.
 should stick to what he knows.mining  :biggrin:

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« 2009-Feb-04, 12:39 PM Reply #9 »
 i Think you may be right there all high  he has done the same
in Syd 3 trainers that i know of have told him to take his horses and SHOVE THEM,
Apparently he has to much to say on the day to day training instead of letting
these blokes do what they do best.
I wonder if he will still be in the game in 5 years or so

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« 2009-Feb-04, 02:10 PM Reply #10 »
R Quinn is a better man for the massive investor than the broke back man.

Quinn has a lot of experience and ridden a lot of top line horses, the ex bush jock is a good one to have on a plunge horse (as long as he is in on it) but not sure if I would have him in charge of my multi million dollar investments

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« 2009-Feb-06, 03:49 AM Reply #11 »
agreed - why look elsewhere than one Mr. Quinn??? He is one of a few trustworthy jocks out there...

as for if the big fella will still be in the game in 5 years - DOUBTFUL

Can his main trainer handle that many horses on his books??? something which will be interesting to see.
When u look at the trainers he does have horses with you realise he must be a bit of a weirdo to deal with - no established trainer would take his crap!

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« 2009-Feb-06, 06:54 AM Reply #12 »
agreed - why look elsewhere than one Mr. Quinn??? He is one of a few trustworthy jocks out there...

 and you know this how?  hes been a dirty fkn cheat for 25 years


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« 2009-Feb-06, 11:23 AM Reply #13 »
Please delete AFTER i have read them thankyou very much.    :lol:

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« 2009-Feb-14, 10:50 PM Reply #14 »
Pergram produces for Patinack in Adelaide
Brad Waters
Saturday, 14 February 2009


A shrewd piece of placement from the team at Patinack Farm paid the ultimate dividend when Pergram was able to gain invaluable two-year-old black type with her win in the Listed Blue Sky Thoroughbreds Stakes (1000m) at Cheltenham on Saturday.

The daughter of the late General Nediym was always near the speed before pulling out plenty to score by a head for top Caulfield trainer Mick Price.

Price has immediately shown that the Patinack Farm management have made the right decision in using the modest Victorian’s services by getting results right from the outset.

Pergram has managed to achieve black type status at just her second start, showing plenty of improvement on her honest second behind the Peter Snowden-trained Rarefied at Caulfield on January 10.

Price was keen to give the credit for the filly’s win to the Patinack racing management for the correct decision being made in terms of placing the filly in the right race in Adelaide.

“Mark Webbey and the Patinack boys got it right to send her over to Adelaide,” he said.

“We entered her for the Blue Diamond Prelude last Sunday but the reality is that she would have run a good third or fourth behind Rostova which may have been the end of her preparation.

“The Patinack boys had a think about it and thought she was the perfect type for this sort of race and she has proved them right.”

For Patinack Farm’s racing manager Rick Connolly, the win of Pergram continues the recent vindication of the buying program of Patinack Farm boss Nathan Tinkler.

“It’s another example of us being on the rise through the ranks,” Connolly said.

“It was a good, tough win by a good filly and shows that the Patinack Farm concept is really starting to take off.”

Pergram continues the long line of early runners through the female side of her pedigree being related to two-year-old stakeswinners Tennessee Magic, Tennessee Morn, Tennessee Midnight and Mirror Magic.

The Patinack-owned filly was General Nediym’s 23rd individual stakeswinner and his sixteenth individual two-year-old stakeswinner.

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« 2009-Feb-15, 10:30 AM Reply #15 »
Injured Robl keeping his hand in

By Patrick Allen

February 03, 2009 12:00am

PETER Robl is still three weeks away from returning to the saddle - but that didn't stop the Patinack Farm stable rider from having a hand in the win of Abeyant at Newcastle on Saturday.

The veteran rider has been out of action with a fractured vertebra since the horror three-horse fall at Rosehill on December 10 last year.

But since having his neck brace removed, Robl has been helping out at Patinack's Warwick Farm stables doing light duties.

"I haven't been doing the photocopying or getting Nathan (Tinkler) cups of coffee, but I have been out at the stables trying to help where I can," he said.

Robl travelled north to saddle Abeyant, a two-year-old Exceed and Excel colt, at Newcastle for head trainer Jason Coyle.

Coyle was busy preparing Abeyant's stablemate Marquardt, who won her debut at Rosehill just 20 minutes later.

"It was a terrific result for the stable," Robl said.

"I have been going out there every morning to watch the horses in their work and just generally give a hand.

"I'm still restricted to light duties but I do as much as I can and it was certainly a different experience to saddle up a horse on race day. I'd prefer to be riding them, though."

Robl has reason to be excited about getting back into the saddle.

Nathan Tinkler spent $150 million building a racing empire last year.

That included the purchase of more than 200 of the best yearlings - all of which are now two-year-olds and starting to hit the racetrack. Surprisingly, the two wins on Saturday made the total number of Patinack Farm's juvenile wins for the season just three.

But there is plenty of talent to come - and by the time Golden Slipper fever has its clutches on Sydney racing, Robl could find himself on a leading chance. Patinack Farm has a $2 million full-brother to champion race mare Alinghi set to make his debut in the Blue Diamond Prelude at Caulfield on Saturday.But first Robl must concentrate on getting the all-clear from doctors.

"The neck brace is off now, which is a start," he said.

"My neck still gets a bit stiff on one side, but it's definitely improving every day. I've started going to physio and have another CAT scan on February 10. If the scans come back clear then I should be right to go."

Fellow jockey Jeff Lloyd - who was also injured in the fall on December 10 - has suffered another setback. Lloyd was thrown from his mount Chordata at the barriers before the first race at Rosehill on Saturday and could be out for a month with a broken foot.



poor guy such bad luck i feel for the guy

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« 2009-Feb-15, 10:38 AM Reply #16 »
 True jj but could of been worse 2 i spose

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« 2009-Feb-16, 11:22 AM Reply #17 »
Pergram produces for Patinack in Adelaide
Brad Waters
Saturday, 14 February 2009


A shrewd piece of placement from the team at Patinack Farm paid the ultimate dividend when Pergram was able to gain invaluable two-year-old black type with her win in the Listed Blue Sky Thoroughbreds Stakes (1000m) at Cheltenham on Saturday.

The daughter of the late General Nediym was always near the speed before pulling out plenty to score by a head for top Caulfield trainer Mick Price.

Price has immediately shown that the Patinack Farm management have made the right decision in using the modest Victorian’s services by getting results right from the outset.

Pergram has managed to achieve black type status at just her second start, showing plenty of improvement on her honest second behind the Peter Snowden-trained Rarefied at Caulfield on January 10.

Price was keen to give the credit for the filly’s win to the Patinack racing management for the correct decision being made in terms of placing the filly in the right race in Adelaide.

“Mark Webbey and the Patinack boys got it right to send her over to Adelaide,” he said.

“We entered her for the Blue Diamond Prelude last Sunday but the reality is that she would have run a good third or fourth behind Rostova which may have been the end of her preparation.

“The Patinack boys had a think about it and thought she was the perfect type for this sort of race and she has proved them right.”

For Patinack Farm’s racing manager Rick Connolly, the win of Pergram continues the recent vindication of the buying program of Patinack Farm boss Nathan Tinkler.

“It’s another example of us being on the rise through the ranks,” Connolly said.

“It was a good, tough win by a good filly and shows that the Patinack Farm concept is really starting to take off.”

Pergram continues the long line of early runners through the female side of her pedigree being related to two-year-old stakeswinners Tennessee Magic, Tennessee Morn, Tennessee Midnight and Mirror Magic.

The Patinack-owned filly was General Nediym’s 23rd individual stakeswinner and his sixteenth individual two-year-old stakeswinner.


Excuse me?!

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« 2009-Feb-16, 11:57 AM Reply #18 »
  :lol:  You don't believe he is modest ?

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« 2009-Feb-16, 12:26 PM Reply #19 »
All the best to Nathan...he seems like a couple of nice men     :noteworthy:  

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« 2009-Feb-28, 01:13 PM Reply #20 »
Jason Coyle can train.

He is doing a very good job.

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« 2009-May-16, 01:34 PM Reply #21 »
They are doing a super job.   :beer:

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« 2009-May-16, 01:37 PM Reply #22 »
Apparently if he doesn't train winners he will end up on the menu   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

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« 2009-May-16, 02:37 PM Reply #23 »
no wonder you wear a mask magic. you love to put the knock on people ,the training setup is starting to fire so all you can knock is the blokes size i'll bet you can't match the size of his wallet. I know your probably built like a greek adonis but the head must ordinary or you wouldn't have to wear a mask. good luck to patinack farms I wish them all the success they want.

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« 2009-May-16, 03:40 PM Reply #24 »
no wonder you wear a mask magic. you love to put the knock on people ,the training setup is starting to fire so all you can knock is the blokes size i'll bet you can't match the size of his wallet. I know your probably built like a greek adonis but the head must ordinary or you wouldn't have to wear a mask. good luck to patinack farms I wish them all the success they want.

  :lol:   :lol:


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