Justify stand US
Triple crown hero Justify (USA) has sired his first winner with a debut victory at Santa Anita for Tahoma. Click Here For More.
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The Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale gets underway on Tuesday at the Gold Coast and with a star studded catalogue and a booming bloodstock market we can expect these mares to be fetching premium prices.
Our Price Point series of stories last year had just one category for sires priced between $66,000 and $99,000, but this year there has been an expansion in that area of the market (from nine sires to 14) so we’ve broken it into two groups with the $82,500 to $99,000 covered last week and this week we look at those horses priced just below.
There are just four Group I races run in South Australia each year and they are finished for 2022 with the running of the SAJC Goodwood Handicap, so let’s take a look at the pedigrees of those winners.
Coolmore’s undefeated Triple Crown winner Justify (USA) is on the board with his first runner in North America returning a winner at Sant Anita on Sunday with a debut victory for Tahoma.
There were some very familiar names on the board on Italian Derby Day at Capannelle on Sunday with the day’s feature being won by a son of Westbury Stud's Reliable Man (GB).
Members from two of Australasia’s most famous racing families with winning ties to the Gr.1 Melbourne Cup (3200m) joined forces for a memorable victory at Hawera.
There was Group I racing at The Curragh last night where Australian owned State of Rest came up short in the Tattersalls Gold Cup, while the Irish 1,000 guineas produced a new Group I winner for Frankel.
Australasian bred sprinters filled the trifecta in the Group III Sha Tin Vase (1200m ) on Sunday with three year-old Star Turn gelding Cordyceps Six proving too good for Nervous Witness (Star Witness) and Lucky Patch (El Roca).
Superstar Fastnet Rock mare Atlantic Jewel was a champion on the track and has also done the job at stud as the dam of blue-blood Irish bred Galileo gelding Russian Emperor won his second Group I event in Hong Kong on Sunday when taking out the Standard Chartered Chater Cup (2400m) at Sha Tin .
The Group One Doomben Cup meeting which was postponed from Saturday to Wednesday has now been abandoned with stakes races rescheduled throughout the coming weeks including three to this Saturday and involving some mares set to go under the hammer at the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale this week.
The Federation of Bloodstock Agents Australia is pleased to announce that respected bloodstock agent Satomi Oka is joining the FBAA having been approved as an accredited member.
Promising two-year-old Sophmaze could tackle the Listed John Turkington Forestry Ltd Castletown Stakes (1200m) at Wanganui next month after registering an impressive maiden victory at Trentham on Saturday.
On the board in all five starts, the three-year-old Rich Enuff filly Belle Et Riche took another step forward when overcoming the pattern of the day at Sandown-Lakeside on Sunday.
Three Chimney Farm’s super sire Gun Runner may have missed a first crop Classic winner in the Kentucky Oaks and Derby, but he struck with the Chad Brown Early Voting in the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico on Saturday.
The Annabel Neasham-trained Hopeful (FR) is shaping an inspired purchase for Grant Morgan’s Ontrack Thoroughbreds after opening his Australian account in the Listed Lord Mayors Cup (2000m) at Rosehill.
For a fourth consecutive week, an Inglis graduate has become a first time G1 winner as Lombardo (I Am Invincible) ran his rivals ragged in the Goodwood Handicap at Morphettville.
The two day Magic Millions National Weanling Sale last week produced some good results for young gun sires with four of the Top 10 leading sires by average being first season sires.
We have a new leader, and no, we are not talking about Anthony Albanese.
Godolphin pulled off a unique achievement at The Curragh overnight winning the Group I Irish 2,000 Guineas (1m) with Native Trail, his victory following on from their previous wins this year in the Newmarket 2,000 Guineas with Coroebus (Dubawi) and the French 2,000 Guineas with Modern Games (Dubawi).
2022 AUSTRALASIAN STALLION DIRECTORY
Tosen Stardom
Dual Group 1 winning son of legendary 7-time Champion Sire, Deep Impact (48 Group 1 winners) … $3 million yearling ... unbeaten 2YO stakes winner ... won Group 1 Toorak Handicap & Group 1 Emirates Stakes like the champion he is … Tosen Stardom’s first yearlings – in 2021 – sold up to $160,000 and averaged $54,000 … outstanding types.
Woodside Park $7,700
Divine Prophet
Winner of sire-making Group 1 Caulfield Guineas (won in the past by Champion Stallions Vain, Lonhro and Redoute’s Choice) … one of only three Group 1 winning sons of Choisir at stud … half brother to Group 1 stallion Proisir from blue hen mare, Prophet Jewel … first crop yearlings sold up to $375,000 in 2020 … oldest progeny are 3YOs and include multiple stakes winning 2YO, See You In Heaven, Group 2 winning 2YO Promitto etc.
Aquis Canungra Qld $16,500
Brave Smash
Multiple Group 1 winning sprinter (Manikato Stakes & Futurity Stakes – both at WFA) … fastest entire to win the Manikato (quicker than Lankan Rupee, Chautauqua and Redoute’s Choice etc.) … fastest son from the Sunday Silence sireline to stand at stud in Australia ... 1st yearlings sold up to $260,000 in 2022 - 10x service fee.
Aquis Canungra Qld $22,000
So You Think (High Chaparral) Coolmore Stud $93,500
Thronum (Snitzel) Widden Victoria $7,700
Written By (Written Tycoon) Widden Stud $27,500
Adelaide (GALILEO) Coolmore Stud $5,500
Graff (Star Witness) Kitchwin Hills $13,200
Magna Grecia (Invincible Spirit) Coolmore Stud $19,250
FEATURED
Stars Step Out at Rosehill Trials
Before the two year-olds had their turn at the Rosehill trials on Monday morning there were a couple of action packed earlier trials featuring Nature Strip, who won as you would expect and then a raft of star three year-olds including Anamoe, Espiona and Mallory, who actually won the heat.
Thoroughbreds Take Centre Stage at Easter Show
The Sydney Royal Easter Show on Friday featured the major hacking classes of the show for thoroughbreds with the prestigious Pope Cup for geldings and Crane Trophy for mares decided with Darley boss Vin Cox the guest co- judge from the bloodstock world.
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
Cox Plate Runner-Up Armory New to Mapperley Stud
Mapperley Stud is excited to announce they have secured the high-class racehorse Armory who will commence stallion duties at their Matamata property in 2022.
Your Song Relocating to Gooree Stud
Born and bred at Gooree Stud, Group I winning Fastnet Rock stallion Your Song will return to his birthplace to continue his stud career at the historic property this spring.
Cornerstone Stud Consolidate Roster
Cornerstone Stud's consolidated stallion roster remains unchanged for the 2022 season, with SIR PRANCEALOT and VALENTIA filling the historic stallion boxes built by CS Hayes.
Widden Stud Announce 2022 Fees for NSW and Victoria
Now operating in both NSW and Victoria, Widden Stud is home to a large and diverse stallion roster for 2022, catering to a broad spectrum of breeders with quality stallions priced to suit all budgets.
NEW TO STUD 2022
Sire: Capitalist (Written Tycoon)
Dam: Speedboat (Commands)
Standing at Kia Ora Stud $27,500
Spirit Of Boom (Sequalo) x Hearts And Arrows (Kempinsky)
Standing at Aquis Canungra Qld $16,500
Deep Field (Northern Meteor) x Sky Rumba (Shrewd Rhythm)
Standing at Widden Stud $27,500
Extreme Choice (Not A Single Doubt) x Sambar (More Than Ready)
Standing at Newgate Farm $16,500
REPORTS
SALES
GENERAL SIRES
G1 Goodwood Handicap Won By Invincible Sprinter
(I Am Invincible)
Five year-old I Am Invincible gelding Lombardo is a very good sprinter on his day and particularly in Adelaide where he made it five wins from five starts when taking out the $500,000 Group I SAJC Goodwood Handicap (1200m) at Morphettville on Saturday.
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
I Am Invincible331165 (14)$17,393,010
Written Tycoon335155 (11)$12,485,902
Snitzel302138 (16)$15,677,694
So You Think274134 (9)$17,200,842
Zoustar286134 (9)$10,060,374
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
I Am Invincible331165 (14)$17,393,010
So You Think274134 (9)$17,200,842
Nicconi265105 (2)$16,126,374
Snitzel302138 (16)$15,677,694
Shamus Award17573 (5)$13,363,485
Street Boss
STREET CRY x BLUSHING OGYGIAN
184 runners this season for 69 winners and 5 stakes winners.
Stands at Darley NSW, Aus
FIRST SEASON SIRES
Dynamic Debut for Caravaggio 2YO
Unbeaten in two barrier trials, 2YO Caravaggio (USA) gelding Baroque Road took that winning form to the races on Wednesday to salute on debut at Randwick for some very happy Dynamic Syndications owners.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Russian Revolution3210 (2)$1,626,160
The Mission169$806,945
Heroic Valour208$557,036
Hellbent254$474,281
Impending223$379,278
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Russian Revolution3210 (2)$1,626,160
The Mission169$806,945
Heroic Valour208$557,036
Invader206$318,955
Spieth155$186,505
Gold Standard
Sebring x Coniston Gem
First Season Sire Runners Today: Jukebox (1), Lord Of The Sky (1), Supido (1),
For the full first season sires info incl daily runners, sires table, stats, news and more - CLICK HERE
SECOND SEASON SIRES
More Stakes Success for Flying Crazy
Another stakes-winner raised and sold by Newgate Farm, three year-old Flying Artie gelding Flying Crazy proved too good for older rivals at Scone on Saturday scoring an exciting win in the $140,000 Listed Luskin Star Stakes (1300m).
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Maurice6632 (2)$6,928,380
Capitalist16061 (4)$5,138,000
Rebel Dane176 (1)$4,191,040
Shalaa11044 (2)$2,771,262
Star Turn8335 (1)$2,679,478
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Capitalist16061 (4)$5,138,000
Shalaa11044 (2)$2,771,262
Star Turn8335 (1)$2,679,478
Maurice6632 (2)$6,928,380
Flying Artie9032 (2)$2,553,556
Belardo
Lope De Vega x Danaskaya
60 runners this season for 23 winners and 1 stakes winner.
Stands at Haunui Farm, NZ
Second Season Sire Runners Today: Cable Bay (2), Capitalist (3), Divine Prophet (2), Extreme Choice (2), Frosted (1), Odyssey Moon (1), Palentino (2), Preferment (1), Rebel Dane (1), Shalaa (2), Sooboog (1), Star Turn (3), Stratum Star (1), Tarzino (2), Turn Me Loose (2), Winning Rupert (5),
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

Northern Ivy (3g Nicconi x Poison Ivy)
$370,000
Lady Audrey (3f Pride Of Dubai x Olympic Dream)
$300,000
Oakfield Mahogany (3g Capitalist x Impetuous)
$255,000
Canny Boy (3g Sebring x Canny Time)
$240,000
Single Honor (3g Not A Single Doubt x Honor Net)
$240,000
Cambridge Gulf (3g Palentino x Zabeea)
$160,000
Fourmak (3g Brazen Beau x Inflection)
$155,000
Blue Trinket (3g Ocean Park x My Locket)
$150,000
Extreme Emotion (3f Extreme Choice x Aura D'Oro)
$150,000
Greek Tycoon (3g Star Turn x Empress Zakynthos)
$140,000

Stakes Races Coming Up

Sat May 28: E FM -
KINGSFORD-SMITH CUP (1300m),
QUEENSLAND DERBY (2400m),
BRC SIRES' PRODUCE (1400m),
FRED BEST CLASSIC (1400m),
LORD MAYOR'S CUP (1800m),
PREMIER'S CUP (2400m),
Sat May 28: BLMT -
BELMONT SPRINT (1400m),