Wandabaa 060620
Quality mare Wandabaa sold for $800,000 on Inglis Digital and heads to Yulong. Click Here For More. Photo Credit: Steve Hart
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An elated Jamie Lovett “couldn’t be happier’’ with the results of today’s Inglis Digital August Boutique Sale of three Australian Bloodstock mares, which grossed $1,210,000.
Flying Artie gelding Captain Rogers improved on his debut third behind the promising Castillian at Warracknabeal to open his winning account cosily over 1300m at Cranbourne on Wednesday.
The lone three-year-old in the race, the Hellbent gelding Hell I Am, gave his elders a start and beating in Wednesday’s Vinery Stallions (Bm72) over 1250m at Canterbury.
In a race that changed dramatically in the final 100m, the Extreme Choice filly Wollombi came with a barnstorming finish to open her winning account over 1200m at Canterbury on Wednesday.
The most experienced runner in the race, the $1,000,000 Not A Single Doubt colt Northern Beaches broke his maiden at start five with a commanding performance over 1200m at Canterbury on Wednesday.
The release of entries for the Group I Caulfield Guineas and Thousand Guineas has added plenty of interest to competitive maiden events which are often the first stepping off point for potential contenders, so let’s take a look at the runners today that hold entries.
DANZIG Is one of the few global Breed Shapers in the world today, dominant for precocious speed and his influence has been profound in Australia, so when Pedigrees 360 present an in-depth analysis of his pedigree  it is compelling reading for all pedigree enthusiasts and broodmare owners.
It’s fairly safe to say that Arrowfield Stud do not offer the cream of their crop in an unreserved sale of yearlings on Bloodstockauction.com, but that is exactly where Luigi Muollo picked up our ‘One to Watch’ on Tuesday.
Here is the full list of 23 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.
Royally bred Snitzel filly Crystalane kick-started her career in style with a brave front-running performance in an 1100m fillies and mares maiden plate at Wyong on Tuesday.
After more than half a century of milking cows, Edwin Sheather decided he needed to pick-up a hobby to keep him occupied outside of tending to his beef cattle on his 58-acre property.
Group One winner Lickety Split will begin what her connections hope to be a lucrative spring preparation when she heads to Ruakaka on Saturday.
So You Think gave us an eye-catching One to Watch winner last month in the shape of Think About It and the four year-old gelding  made it two impressive wins in as many starts when scoring easily at Wyong on Tuesday.
Breeders have been talking and our phones have been ringing non-stop since our Stallion Parades this past weekend. So much so that we have decided to open up and hold an additional two days of parades before the season starts.
The Written Tycoon gelding Bencoolen defied a betting drift to make a winning career debut over 1204m at Donald on Tuesday and is entered for the Caulfield Guineas.
The third day of the August Yearling Sale continued the momentum of the first two days.
The release of entries for the Group I Caulfield Guineas and Thousand Guineas has added plenty of interest to competitive maiden events which are often the first stepping off point for potential contenders, so let’s take a look at the runners today that hold entries.
Swettenham Stud's Rubick has been on fire of late, and he backed up his six winners around Australia on Saturday with a pair of promising three-year-olds at Pakenham on Monday.
Warwick Farm barrier trials on Monday featured last year’s Golden Rose winner In The Congo turning up for his return with another trial win, while we liked the look of a So You think three year-old that holds an entry for the Group I MRC Caulfield Guineas.
2022 AUSTRALASIAN STALLION DIRECTORY
STALLION PRICE POINTS FEATURE
If you’ve just bought a mare at the recent sales, you’ll be pondering which stallion could be her perfect match, so Tara Madgwick has taken a hard look at the options in various price points, offering facts and statistics that might bring clarity for the undecided.
FEATURED
Closer Look at Our Champion Sire I Am Invincible
It’s taken a little longer than some people thought, but Yarraman Park’s I Am Invincible is now officially Australia’s Champion Sire for 2021/2022 by earnings and winners, so let’s take a look at how he got there.
End of Season Sire Tables - Part Two
It’s August 1 and the horse’s birthday, so the start of a new season with Breednet sire tables offering end of season stats for all divisions – first, second and third season – 2YO, 3YO and 4YO- plus the popular distance sire tables and it’s all interactive to learn more about these sires.
A Profile on Barbaric
There are two sons of I Am Invincible standing their first season in 2022, both Group winning two-year-olds, both high priced yearlings – one is Home Affairs standing at $110,000, the other Barbaric standing at $8,800 so let’s take a close look at Barbaric.
STALLION ANNOUNCEMENTS 2022
Mapperley Stud Announce 2022 Fees
Mapperley Stud has announced their service fees for the 2022 season, headlined by Group One producing sire Contributer who will stand for a fee of $20,000+GST.
Manhattan Rain is Moving to the West
Geisel Park Stud principal Eddie Rigg is joined by progressive Western Australia breeders in having the great pleasure of announcing the acquisition of the high class sire Manhattan Rain to continue his stud career in WA.
Widden Stud to Stand Rebel Dane
Widden Stud have won the race to stand Rebel Dane, who has shot to prominence as the sire of brilliant filly Fireburn.
Ole Kirk Heads 2022 Vinery Roster
Champion Group 1 sprinter-miler Ole Kirk will head Vinery Stud’s roster at a $55,000 (inc GST) service fee in 2022.
NEW TO STUD 2022
Sire: Extreme Choice (Not a Single Doubt)
Dam: Heart of Thrills (Show a Heart)
Standing at Rosemont Stud $24,750
Wootton Basset (Iffraaj) x Frida La Blonde (Elusive City)
Standing at Swettenham Stud $22,000
Shamardal (Giant's Causeway) x Lava Flow (Dalakhani)
Standing at Darley NSW $55,000
Savabeel (Zabeel) x Magic Dancer (Rip Van Winkle)
Standing at Waikato Stud
REPORTS
SALES
GENERAL SIRES
Spring Potential Trial Watch
(So You think)
Warwick Farm barrier trials on Monday featured last year’s Golden Rose winner In The Congo turning up for his return with another trial win, while we liked the look of a So You think three year-old that holds an entry for the Group I MRC Caulfield Guineas.
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Written Tycoon8317$534,956
Snitzel6014 (1)$476,611
Rubick4912 (1)$494,008
Sebring8511$473,449
I Am Invincible7211$378,668
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Written Tycoon8317$534,956
Rubick4912 (1)$494,008
Snitzel6014 (1)$476,611
Sebring8511$473,449
So You Think768$420,796
Brazen Beau
I Am Invincible x Sansadee
37 runners this season for 5 winners
Stands at Darley Vic, Aus
FIRST SEASON SIRES
Winning Double for Russian Revolution
Reigning Champion First Season Sire Russian Revolution is on the board with his first winners of the new season posting a double of successful first starters at Goulburn and Pakenham.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Russian Revolution4715 (2)$1,840,685
Gold Standard82 (1)$1,539,565
The Mission2010$896,145
Hellbent4111$751,731
Heroic Valour308$735,031
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Russian Revolution4715 (2)$1,840,685
Hellbent4111$751,731
The Mission2010$896,145
Heroic Valour308$735,031
Invader268$403,150
Encryption
Lonhro x Guelph
First Season Sire Runners Today: Boulder City (1), Churchill (3), Impending (1), Invader (1), Menari (1), Russian Revolution (1), Sebring Sun (1), Supido (1),
For the full first season sires info incl daily runners, sires table, stats, news and more - CLICK HERE
SECOND SEASON SIRES
G1 Plan for Extremely Lucky
Set to stand at Newgate Farm this spring at a fee of $275,000 making him the most expensive sire in Australia, Extreme Choice closed out the season with a new stakes-winner courtesy of promising three year-old gelding Extremely Lucky capturing the Listed SAJC Lightning Stakes (1050m) at Morphettville.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Almanzor41$83,550
Supido73$82,260
Russian Revolution133$80,075
Hellbent122$77,650
Caravaggio92$48,955
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Supido73$82,260
Russian Revolution133$80,075
Hellbent122$77,650
Caravaggio92$48,955
Almanzor41$83,550
Supido
Sebring x Lady Succeed
7 runners this season for 3 winners
Second Season Sire Runners Today: Air Force Blue (1), Alpine Eagle (1), American Pharoah (1), Awesome Rock (1), Belardo (1), Cable Bay (1), Capitalist (1), Frosted (2), Furnaces (1), Holler (1), King's Troop (2), Kiss And Make Up (1), Lucky Street (1), Mahuta (2), Mikki Isle (2), Palentino (2), Shalaa (4), Sir Prancealot (1), Sooboog (2), Territories (1), Tivaci (1), Turn Me Loose (2), Under The Louvre (1), Winning Rupert (1), Worthy Cause (1), Xtravagant (2),
For the full first season sires info incl daily runners, sires table, stats, news and more - CLICK HERE
The future sires still on the track identified and analyzed. From the AAA rating jewels in the crown to those just hitting the radar.
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RACING

Top 10 Sellers Racing Today

Magic (3c Snitzel x Rising Romance)
$2,500,000
Satin Love (3f Snitzel x Madame Andree)
$800,000
Quinlan (3c I Am Invincible x Precious Lorraine)
$600,000
Duvach (3f Savabeel x Nina From Pasadena)
$525,000
California Touch (3c Deep Field x Touch Of Greatness)
$400,000
Seductive (3f Shalaa x Kebede)
$360,000
Time To Leave (3f More Than Ready x All Enfield)
$300,000
Whakamana (3f Sacred Falls x Divine Shiva)
$250,000
Dee Ar Ess (3f Lonhro x Singled Out)
$240,000
Motion Legend (3g Deep Field x Destination Tucson)
$240,000

Stakes Races Coming Up

Thu Aug 18: HAWK -
ROWLEY MILE (1600m),
Sat Aug 20: RAND -
WINX STAKES (1400m),
SILVER SHADOW STAKES (1200m),
PREMIER'S CUP (2000m),
SHOW COUNTY QUALITY HCP (1200m),
TOY SHOW F-&-M QLTY HCP (1100m),
Sat Aug 20: M V -
MITCHELL MCKENZIE STAKES (1200m),
CARLYON STAKES (1000m),