September Run Coolmore
Exceed and Excel filly September Run zooms past the colts to win G1 Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington. Click Here For More. Photo Credit: Racing Photos
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Talented Choisir five year-old gelding Hudoo Magic scored his first Black Type victory in South Africa on Saturday taking out the Group II Peermont Emperors Palace Charity Mile (1600m) at Turffontein.
Five-year-old mare Inspirational Girl came with a well-timed ride under jockey Chris Parnham to win the Gr.3 Asian Beau Stakes (1400m) at Ascot in Perth on Saturday.
Classy five year-old I Am Invincible mare Fiesta has rediscovered her best form and made it back to back stakes wins when capturing the final race at Flemington on Derby Day with a dominant win in the Group III VRC Furphy Sprint (1100m).
Here is the full list of 113 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.
 There was no black-type, so Godolphin will have to be satisfied with the $4,100,000 winners cheque as last seasons ATC Australian Oaks heroine Colette provided Koby Jennings with a career highlight in the  $7,500,000 Iron Jack Golden Eagle (1500m) at Rosehill.
Sydneysiders have taken a real liking to South Australian sprinter Gytrash and his likable trainer Gordon Richards, who claimed another big race win at Rosehill on Saturday when taking out the $1million ATC Yes Yes Yes Stakes (1300m).
A Group 1 winner in South Africa, Yulong Prince (SAF) is now a Group 1 winner in Australia after luck finally went his way in Saturday’s $1,500,000 Group 1 Kennedy Cantala Stakes (1600m) at Flemington.  
It was an emotional first winner at the highest level for owner/trainer Dennis Pagan and apprentice jockey  Lachie King when the Tavistock gelding Johnny Get Angry proved himself the best stayer in Saturday’s $2,000,000 Group 1 AAMI Victoria Derby (2500m) at Flemington.
2010 Melbourne Cup winner Americain (USA) has fallen from favour as a commercial sire, but he featured at Rosehill on Saturday when his handy stayer Costello scored a lucrative win in the $500,000 ATC Rosehill Gold Cup (2000m).
After siring the quinella last year with Exceedance and Bivouac, Darley Stud’s flagship stallion Exceed And Excel struck again in the $1,500,000 Group 1 Coolmore Stud Stakes (1200m) at Flemington, but this time it was a filly that put the colts in their place.
Promising galloper Siracusa brought up a hattrick of wins in the best possible style when she stormed home out wide to take out the Listed Haunui Farm Karaka Classic (1600m) at Pukekohe bring a big pedigree update for her half-brother headed to the NZB Ready to Run Sale.
The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott trained mare Shout the Bar was not in great form heading to Melbourne for the Group I VRC Empire Rose Stakes (1600m) at Flemington on Saturday, but with blinkers fitted and Damien Oliver on board she found her old spark.
The Andreas Wohler-trained Ashrun (FR) earned a place in the field for Tuesday's Melbourne Cup with a last stride win in the Group II Lexus Hotham Stakes (2500m) at Flemington on Saturday.
It was a case of Deja Vu as the first two home in last years Group II TAB (Linlithgow) Stakes (1200m), Kemalpasa and Order Of Command, were the first two over the lineagain twelve months later.
Westbury Stud-based sire Telperion made the best start possible to his stallion career when his first runner to the track was successful at Awapuni on Saturday.
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Telemon Thoroughbreds
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Brazen Beau
Darley Vic
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Rich Enuff
Woodside Park
Foxwedge (AUS) at Woodside Park
Foxwedge
Woodside Park
FEATURED STORIES
Dam of 2020 Kentucky Derby Winner in Australia?
The global nature of racing and breeding has been brought into sharp focus with the delayed running of the Kentucky Derby next weekend to feature a colt whose dam is based in Australia and whose half-sister is in work at Randwick.
The Real Sire Making Race
Every second sprint race is acclaimed as a ‘sire making race’, but current evidence would suggest the Cox Plate is in fact a great yardstick for sire success with four past winners of the race currently placed in the Top 20 Australian Sires by earnings.
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.
FOAL GALLERY 2020
(F) Justify (USA) x Fair Isle (NZ)
Coolmore, NSW for Pencarrow Stud
(F) Palentino x Yuleba
Miranda Park, Vic
(C) Spieth x Silk Belt
Miranda Park, Vic
(F) Turffontein x Divine Rubi
Miranda Park, Vic
(C) Adelaide (IRE) x Eyes to Heaven
Parrakoola Park
STALLION ANNOUNCEMENTS 2020
Unite and Conquer to Stand at Kingstar Farm
A precocious juvenile stakes-winner by Hinchinbrook, Unite and Conquer brings a pedigree packed with Golden Slipper speed to stand at Matthew Sandblom's burgeoning Kingstar Farm in the Hunter Valley this spring.
Cosmic Force to Stand Alongside Deep Field
Group II winning sprinter Cosmic Force has been retired and will stand alongside his sire Deep Field at Newgate Farm this spring at a fee of $16,500.
Champion Trio to Take Up Stud Duties in 2020
They are Champion sons by three Champions in their own right, and as a group they are arguably the finest selection of first-season stallions ever to be offered by Darley in Australia.
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: Kingman (Invincible Spirit)
Dam: Helleborine (Observatory)
Standing at Coolmore Stud $17,600
I Am Invincible (Invincible Spirit) x Danish Spy (Dane Shadow)
Standing at Rosemont Stud $11,000
Declaration Of War (War Front) x Super Pie (Pivotal)
Standing at Aquis Canungra Qld $16,500
Sebring (More Than Ready) x Maybe I (Red Ransom)
Standing at Wyndholm Park Stud $6,600
War Front (Danzig) x Charming (Seeking The Gold)
Standing at Spendthrift Australia $22,000
SALES
GENERAL SIRES
Increased Opportunity, Catalyst for Success
(Needs Further)
Increased opportunity is the catalyst that can often elevate a good sire into a great one and Tasmanian sire sensation Needs Further is poised for that next phase of his career after relocating to Aquis Farm in Victoria this spring.
Best On Breeding (I Am Invincible)
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Not a Single Doubt13935 (5)$9,793,020
Written Tycoon21370 (6)$6,256,895
Exceed and Excel11425 (2)$5,040,075
I Am Invincible19973 (7)$4,887,356
Camelot3811 (2)$4,794,110
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
I Am Invincible19973 (7)$4,887,356
Written Tycoon21370 (6)$6,256,895
Smart Missile16054 (2)$2,532,040
Snitzel17450 (4)$3,393,050
So You Think15047 (3)$3,614,845
Savabeel
ZABEEL x SAVANNAH SUCCESS
214 runners this season for 53 winners and 7 stakes winners.
FIRST SEASON SIRES
First Winner for Telperion
Westbury Stud-based sire Telperion made the best start possible to his stallion career when his first runner to the track was successful at Awapuni on Saturday.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Frosted41 (1)$138,450
Flying Artie31$136,200
Extreme Choice41$119,000
Shalaa61 (1)$94,750
Capitalist51$94,000
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Capitalist51$94,000
Shalaa61 (1)$94,750
Extreme Choice41$119,000
Flying Artie31$136,200
Frosted41 (1)$138,450
The Bold One
Fastnet Rock x The Jewel
SECOND SEASON SIRES
New Metropolitan Winner for Vancouver
Golden Slipper winning sire Vancouver added a new metropolitan winner to his tally at Moonee Valley on Friday night when Captain Canuck shook off maiden status in the first event of the night.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Kermadec224 (1)$1,077,825
Pride of Dubai4214 (1)$790,605
Night of Thunder198 (1)$760,460
Headwater4713$503,745
Vancouver388 (1)$497,895
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Pride of Dubai4214 (1)$790,605
Headwater4713$503,745
Spill the Beans4810$388,020
Super One319$267,655
Night of Thunder198 (1)$760,460
Pride Of Dubai
Street Cry x Al Anood
42 runners this season for 14 winners and 1 stakes winner.
Second Season Sire Runners Today: Exosphere (1), Headwater (2), I'm All The Talk (1), Kermadec (2), Office Bearer (2), Outreach (1), Press Statement (1), Pride Of Dubai (1), Real Impact (1), Spill The Beans (3), Super One (1), Vancouver (3),
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RACING

Top 10 Sellers Racing Today

Audacious Heart (3f Fastnet Rock x More Valour)
$750,000
Strategist (3g Written Tycoon x Baby Corn)
$650,000
Nu Jiang (3g Headwater x Prison Rules)
$200,000
Like That (3g Akeed Mofeed x Calemore)
$200,000
Daily Charm (3g Not A Single Doubt x Siennas Fury)
$200,000
Patented (3g Zoustar x Rosie Quadrille)
$200,000
High Supremacy (3g Savabeel x Lady Chaparral)
$190,000
Red Peroni (3g Brazen Beau x Natural Swinger)
$190,000
Last Eightyate (3f Dissident x My Five Eightyate)
$160,000
Chicamo (3f Exceed And Excel x Albanilla)
$160,000

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