100 Winners for All Too Hard

Tara Madgwick - Thursday May 14

Vinery Stud’s All Too Hard has had an outstanding season and put the icing on the cake today with his 100th winner since August 1.

All Too Hard racked up his 100th winner of the season on Thursday.The Keith Dryden trained three year-old Wichita Warrior saluted at Moruya at just his second race start.

A $110,000 Inglis Easter purchase for Laurel Oak Bloodstock from the Turangga Farm draft, Wichita Warrior is a half-brother to stakes-placed Not a Another Snip and is the third winner from stakes-winning Testa Rossa mare Panipique, a half-sister to stakes-winner Glenall.

All Too Hard has gotten his 100 winners from 217 runners and is the seventh sire this season to crack  their century.

He is the youngest sire in the century club and his tally includes an impressive eight stakes-winners headed by Group I winner Alligator Blood.

All Too Hard stands at the same fee as last year of $27,500 and appeals as outstanding value.

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Race Result - Red Rose Cafe Mdn Hcp 1300m

Moruya Track: Soft(5) Time: 1:18.33
1
Wichita Warrior
T: K R Dryden J: Brodie Loy 59
3g All Too Hard (AUS) x Panipique (AUS) (Testa Rossa (AUS))
2
0.5
Palazzi Signorili
T: Brooke Somers J: Q Krogh 56.5
3f Stratum (AUS) x Piazza Del Campo (AUS) (General Nediym (AUS))
3
0.7
Willy Wilson
T: Ms G Markwell J: J Ford 59
4g Salade (AUS) x Minnisaw (AUS) (Magic Albert (AUS))
4
0.9
Rosadiblu
T: J M Austin J: Travis Wolfgram 55
4m Lonhro (AUS) x Midnight Joy (AUS) (Zeditave (AUS))
5
2.9
Clem Fandango
T: Matthew Dale J: Nick Heywood 59
3g Husson (ARG) x Flying Tilly (AUS) (Umatilla (NZ))
6
3.1
Farage
T: B Joseph & P & M Jones J: S Guymer 56.5
4g Eurozone (AUS) x Abba (AUS) (Pendragon (NZ))
7
4.6
Whakaaro
T: K J Parker J: Ms W Costin 56
3g So You Think (NZ) x Rainier's Love (AUS) (Stratum (AUS))
8
5.4
Resolving To Win
T: Warren Ganderton J: Brock Ryan 55
4g All Too Hard (AUS) x Sweet Cheeks (AUS) (General Nediym (AUS))
9
6.9
Cash Is The Deal
T: Peter Robl J: A Layt 56.5
4m Dundeel (NZ) x Cashew (AUS) (Royal Academy (USA))
10
10.9
Macks Doubt
T: B N Jones J: S Pollard 56
4g Wilful Default (AUS) x Macks High Spirit (AUS) (My Patriarch (GB))
11
12.9
Chuck A Youi
T: Luke Musson J: Amy Mc Lucas 52.5
5g Loaded Bases (AUS) x Fudo San (AUS) (Flying Spur (AUS))
12
13.9
Eye Rock
T: Mark Gee J: B P Ward 58
5g Your Song (AUS) x Tukso (AUS) (Don Eduardo (NZ))
Inglis Ready 2 Race Sale $35,000
V:Frankie J. Stockdale Racing, Sale
B: Cliff Brown Racing
MM National Weanling Sale Select Session $7,000
V:Widden Stud Widden Valley NSW
B: Ridgeview Park
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