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Winning Rupert 2019
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Trade continued in robust fashion on the second day of the Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale with seventeen lots topping six figures, led by the William Haggas trained PIRANESI at 300,000 guineas.
Wet weather did not dampen a fantastic show at the Mirrabooka Jump Club Spring Jumping held at Moruya Showgrounds on the weekend featuring some great Thoroughbred Sport Horse Association classes.
The second session of the Tattersalls Horses in Training Sale is underway with Chris Waller Racing securing two high priced lots and Paul Moroney Bloodstock and partners securing another.
Two jump outs at Ballarat on Tuesday morning for juveniles preparing for the annual Magic Millions Clockwise Classic at Ballarat in November were both won by youngsters sired by Newgate Farm’s young gun Winning Rupert.
Here is the full list of 23 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.
The most expensive Australian yearling sired by Triple Crown hero American Pharoah (USA) made it two trial wins from two outings when he won easily at Warwick Farm on Tuesday morning on the polytrack.
Windsor Park Stud stallion Turn Me Loose recorded his first trial victory as a sire when his two-year-old colt out of Group Three performer Angel del Dinero won his 800m heat at Taupo on Tuesday.
While Flying Start Syndications Director Cameron Bennett is disappointed he won’t be able to be on course to watch Let’s Karaka Deel in the Gr.1 Victoria Derby (2500m) at Flemington on Saturday, he is over the moon to have a strong contender in the race.
Having sired first (Sir Dragonet) and third (Russian Camelot) in the Group I MVRC Cox Plate last weekend, Camelot has cemented his place as the most desirable sire for Australian buyers shopping in the Northern Hemisphere for both tried horses and yearlings, which is somewhat of an irony.
The Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale got off to a solid start on the opening day with four lots topping the six figure mark and strong international demand throughout the session.  
Need I Say More (No Nay Never) produced one of the New Zealand spring’s standout three-year-old performances in Saturday’s $100,000 Group Two James & Annie Sarten Memorial Stakes (1400m) at Te Rapa. 
Group 1 Caulfield Guineas winner Palace Reign has died at Alwyn Park Stud in WA aged 31.
A three year-old gelding bought from the NZB Ready to run Sale last year and bred on the magic Savabeel x O’Reilly cross was an obvious ‘One to Watch’ contender when winning on debut at Echuca on Monday for the powerful Chris Waller stable.
Fastnet Rock’s 2009 Group I MRC Thousand Guineas winner Irish Lights has been at stud in the Northern Hemisphere since 2017 and featured with a juvenile stakes-winner last weekend when her two year-old colt Lipizzaner won the Listed Doncaster Stakes (6f).
Westbury Stud graduate Inferno put on what looked to be an exhibition gallop when running away with the S$400,000 Lion City Cup (1200m) at Kranji on Sunday. 
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FEATURED STORIES
Would You Breed to Camelot If You Could?
Having sired first (Sir Dragonet) and third (Russian Camelot) in the Group I MVRC Cox Plate last weekend, Camelot has cemented his place as the most desirable sire for Australian buyers shopping in the Northern Hemisphere for both tried horses and yearlings, which is somewhat of an irony.
G1 Success for Aussie Breeder
Australian breeder Bob Scarborough has a small band of mares based in Ireland and one of them, 13YO Galileo mare Cabaret, produced the winner of the Group I Dewhurst Stakes (7f) at Newmarket overnight.
G3 Blue Sapphire Clash of the Titans
There were only three runners in the Group III MRC Blue Sapphire Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield on Wednesday, but racegoers were treated to a clash of the titans as three terrific colts fought out the finish right to the line with less than half a length separating the trio on the post and Zoustar colt Ranting emerging as a maiden no more!
FOAL GALLERY 2020
(F) Nostradamus x Fountain Joy
Oscar's Run, Nagambie, Vic
(F) Star Turn x Malacca Cane
Vinery Stud, NSW
(F) Shooting to Win x Dreamy Belle
Vinery Stud, NSW
(F) Press Statement x Spoils
Vinery Stud, NSW
(F) Casino Prince x Rhodopis
Vinery Stud, NSW
STALLION ANNOUNCEMENTS 2020
Vinery Stud Set 2020 Fees
Vinery Stud has announced its explosive Group 1 winning sprinter Exceedance will join the roster and stand at a $38,500 service fee in 2020.
Newgate Announce Reduced 2020 Fees
Newgate are delighted to announce their 2020 stallion lineup which will include three new highly commercial sires in Brutal, Cosmic Force, and Tassort. 
Everest Winner Yes Yes Yes Retired to Stud
Outstanding three year-old sprinter Yes Yes Yes has been retired to stud due to injury, the Everest winning son of Rubick to stand at Coolmore Australia in 2020.
Sun Stud Reduce 2020 Fees
Sun Stud has announced reduced fees for 2020 on an opportunity packed roster featuring a broad selection of proven and promising sires covering a wide range of bloodlines.
NEW TO STUD 2020
Sire: Zoustar (Northern Meteor)
Dam: Pasar Silbano (Elnadim)
Standing at Widden Stud $19,800
Fastnet Rock (Danehill) x Frustrating (Stravinsky)
Standing at Rangeview Stud $5,500
Rubick (Encosta De Lago) x Sin Sin Sin (Fantastic Light)
Standing at Coolmore Stud $38,500
Brazen Beau (I Am Invincible) x Essaouira (Exceed And Excel)
Standing at Newgate Farm $11,000
Sebring (More Than Ready) x Maybe I (Red Ransom)
Standing at Wyndholm Park Stud $6,600
SALES
GENERAL SIRES
All Too Huiying Takes Sale Cup in a Canter
(All Too Hard)
Just seven days after grinding out a narrow win in the Listed Seymour Cup at Kilmore, the six-year-old All Too Hard entire All Too Huiying put in what may well be a career best in Sunday’s $200,000 Listed Ladbrokes Sale Cup (1600m).
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Not a Single Doubt13733 (4)$9,076,845
Written Tycoon20668 (6)$5,989,840
Camelot3810 (2)$4,764,560
I Am Invincible19371 (7)$4,558,536
Exceed and Excel11125 (2)$4,105,995
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
I Am Invincible19371 (7)$4,558,536
Written Tycoon20668 (6)$5,989,840
Snitzel16950 (4)$2,963,590
Smart Missile15450 (2)$2,282,465
All Too Hard15646 (3)$3,293,020
Love Conquers All
Mossman x She's A Meanie
118 runners this season for 20 winners
FIRST SEASON SIRES
Winning Rupert 2YOs On Track for Ballarat MM Clockwise Classic
Two jump outs at Ballarat on Tuesday morning for juveniles preparing for the annual Magic Millions Clockwise Classic at Ballarat in November were both won by youngsters sired by Newgate Farm’s young gun Winning Rupert.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Frosted41 (1)$138,450
Flying Artie31$136,200
Extreme Choice41$119,000
Capitalist51$94,000
Shalaa51 (1)$93,750
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Shalaa51 (1)$93,750
Capitalist51$94,000
Extreme Choice41$119,000
Flying Artie31$136,200
Frosted41 (1)$138,450
Contributer
High Chaparral x Serisia
SECOND SEASON SIRES
Weekend European Stakes Double for Pride of Dubai
Pride of Dubai is the reigning Champion Australian First Crop Sire and the dual Group I winning son of Street Cry is also making his presence felt in the Northern Hemisphere where he has sired more stakes-winners than any other first season sire this year in Europe.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Kermadec224 (1)$1,077,825
Pride of Dubai4114 (1)$784,205
Night of Thunder188 (1)$661,360
Headwater4412$484,295
Vancouver387 (1)$469,395
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Pride of Dubai4114 (1)$784,205
Headwater4412$484,295
Spill the Beans4510$342,795
Night of Thunder188 (1)$661,360
Super One298$253,305
Headwater
Exceed And Excel x River Dove
44 runners this season for 12 winners
Second Season Sire Runners Today: Contributer (2), Exosphere (1), Free Eagle (1), Headwater (1), I'm All The Talk (2), Night Of Thunder (1), Nostradamus (1), Press Statement (1), Pride Of Dubai (1), Ready For Victory (2), Real Impact (3), Rich Enuff (1), Scissor Kick (3), Spill The Beans (2), Super One (1), Trust In A Gust (2), Vancouver (1),
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RACING

Top 10 Sellers Racing Today

Hindaam (3f Savabeel x Bayrock)
$825,000
Al Badr (3g I Am Invincible x Bang On)
$550,000
Brando (3c Savabeel x Saoirse)
$500,000
Brazier (3g Iffraaj x Katie Lee)
$420,000
Yulong Defence (3g Star Witness x Defrock)
$400,000
Milford (3c Savabeel x Etiquette)
$360,000
Sweetzou (3f Zoustar x Sweet Butterfly)
$300,000
Shadow Chaser (3g Super One x Snow Flight)
$300,000
Al Badr (3g I Am Invincible x Bang On)
$255,000
El Buena (3g Rubick x For Lulu)
$250,000

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