Thoroughbred Sport Horse Classes at Stonewall

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Monday November 30

Hot weather did not dampen enthusiasm for the latest round of Thoroughbred Sport Horse Classes held at the Stonewall Showjumping last weekend on the Central Coast.

A big thank you to Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott Racing for sponsoring the TSHA 1.20m Group 1 class.

Gai and Adrian have combined their years of experience in the industry to build a winning team. The making of their great partnership comes down to dedication and passion. Both Adrian and Gai love the industry and really care about the horses and create an environment where all horses have the chance to thrive.

Their dedication and commitment continues after racing with their support of the Thoroughbred Sport Horse Association Classes and their own program - “Own After Racing” or OAR - organised by Jess Bott. OAR and TSHA gel together beautifully to give our thoroughbred horses “life after racing” and a new career!

Vicky Roycroft and Tommy

The winner is a 12yo gelding that won two races and over $50,000 in prizemoney and was bred by well known Sydney based owner and breeder Nick Moraitis, sired by his Danehill stallion Power of Destiny.

Congratulations to the winner and placegetters

1.Vicki Roycroft & Austin’s Cane aka Tommy
S: Power of Destiny (Danehill); D: Bacchetto (Canny Lad)
2.Elissa Schneider & Carver aka CARVE IT UP
S: Ad Valorem (Danzig); D: Turfsurfer (Street Cry)
3.Jessica Bott & RAISE AN ANGEL
S: Floral Pegasus (Fusaichi Pegasus); D: So Super Quick (Octagonal)
4.Blair Richardson riding Johnny English aka Rothswaite Johnny English
S: Dalakhani (Darshaan); D: Silver Blossom (Galileo)
5.Charlie Richardson riding Twelve Bore aka Mavrick
S: Bite the Bullet (Spectacular Bid); D: Bound to Travel (Yonder)
6..James Arkins & Portlands Pride aka ROSTHWAITE AL CAPONE
S: Teofilo (Galileo); D: La Prairie (Bertolini)

SHA 1.10m Group 2 sponsored by Cooper Racing

Thank you to another one of our fantastic local sponsors, Cooper Racing. John is an owner/trainer based at Central Mangrove and has a long history of racing in his family.

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John and Pip are equally passionate about wanting to rehome thoroughbreds to suitable homes when they are finished racing.

Like many trainers John feels it’s very important that the horses have the chance for other careers and supported the TSHA from the outset to help that transitioning process.

James Arkins and Rosthwaite Al Capone

The winner is a nine year-old gelding that started just twice and is by a world renowned sire in Teofilo (IRE), who has given us two Melbourne Cup winners in Cross Counter and this year’s winner Twilight Payment.

Congratulations to the following placegetters
1.James Arkins & Portlands Pride aka ROSTHWAITE AL CAPONE
S: Teofilo (Galileo); D: La Prairie (Bertolini)
2.Vicki Roycroft & Austin’s Cane aka Tommy
S: Power of Destiny (Danehill); D: Bacchetto (Canny Lad)
3.Jessica Bott & RAISE AN ANGEL
S: Floral Pegasus (Fusaichi Pegasus); D: So Super Quick (Octagonal)
4.Elissa Schneider & Carver aka CARVE IT UP
S: Ad Valorem (Danzig); D: Turfsurfer (Street Cry)
5.Charlie Richardson riding Bellbirds Sandpiper
S: Foxhound (Danzig); D: Bootoyutoo (Bite the Bullet);
6.Cade Hunter & Jest Benny aka BOOMBENNY
S: Mutawaajid (Redoutes Choice); D: Just a Trace (War Trace)


Thank you to the Axiom AP, the sponsors of the TSHA 1m Group 3 event at Stonewall Championships today.

Axiom Asia Pacific (Axiom AP) sponsored the thoroughbred classes at both the October competition as well as today’s Championships

Axiom Asia Pacific is a fully independent management and risk consulting business, well-established in the Sydney market under the leadership of Somersby local Peter Coates, an experienced market professional with 15 years underwriting, claims and reinsurance experience at Lloyd's, followed by nearly 20 years in Sydney working in a range of insurance and reinsurance-focused management and consulting roles with major firms.

Peter is also a freelance photographer at Inside Edge Photography so a man of many talents!

Taylor Norley and Luck in Toyland

The winner is a 19 yo gelding by dashing grey sprinter Toy Pindarri that won three of 46 starts and has spent many years teaching young riders to jump bigger tracks as they move up off ponies.

We thank the whole Coates family for their support and congratulations to the following winner and placegetters in the Axiom AP 1m Group 3 TSHA class.
1. Tayla Norley & Luck In Toyland
S: Toy Pindarri (Brigand); D: Buds of May (Willingly)
2. Sienna Bellis & Portlands Pride aka ROSTHWAITE AL CAPONE
S: Teofilo (Galileo); D: La Prairie (Bertolini)
3. Craig Barrett & GIDDY UP VENICE
S: Venice Beach (Redoute's Choice); D: Galiup (Galileo)
4. Leila Wyrill & Moon Pebbles aka JADAN PARK ACAPELLA
S: Al Samer (Redoute's Choice); D: Watch "N" Win (Danewin)
5. Jeremy Inglis & RUSTY
S: June Bug (Dusky Hunter) out of Sir Tristram mare
6. Mark Atkins & Elite Partners aka EMMAVILLE BREEZE
S: Fasliyev (Nureyev); D: Revamp (Zoffany)

The first of the TSHA classes, the 90cm Slipper class was held on a perfect day at Stonewall Showjumping Championships and once again we were very grateful to have wonderful support from local business Cairn Bespoke Transition Solutions.

Thanks to Lynn Muirhead from Cairn Bespoke Transition Solutions who say they are delighted to be associated with the inspiring work of Thoroughbred Sport Horse Association and see a wonderful correlation between how they work to support senior executives as they experience a career transition, and the objectives and purpose behind TSHA.

Nicole Kennedy and Astro

The winner is a 15yo gelding that was a failure on the track unplaced in 12 starts, but has found his calling in the equestrian arena. Bred in New Zealand, he is by a Japan Cup winner in Jungle Pocket and his dam is by champion sire Zabeel.

We are lucky to have such amazing expertise right on our doorstep so please support out sponsors and check out the facebook page for Cairn Bespoke Transitions Solutions - sponsors of the 90cm TSHA Slipper class.

Congratulations to the winner and placegetters
1.Nicole Kennedy & Afro aka ASTRO
S: Jungle Pocket (Tony Bin); D: Wella (Zabeel)
2. Craig Barrett & GIDDY UP VENICE
S: Venice Beach (Redoute's Choice); D: Galiup (Galileo)
3. Sophie Hugh & Berio
S: Zabeel (Sir Tristram); D: Abbaye (Ahonoora)
4. Sienna Bellis & Portlands Pride aka ROSTHWAITE AL CAPONE
S: Teofilo (Galileo); D: La Prairie (Bertolini)
5. Bryia Anderson & DP DEMOCRACY
S: Americain (Dynaformer); D: Agree With Me (Dylan Thomas)
6. Nelson Smyth & Arrossire aka Stella Artois
S: Magic Albert Zedative); D: Elishir (Spectacular Spy)



 

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