Second Stakes-Winner for I’m All the Talk

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday January 26

A bargain purchase from the 2019 Perth Magic Millions Yearling Sale, talented three year-old filly All Banter produced a sustained display of speed to win the Listed MRC WJ Adams Stakes (1000m) at Caulfield on Saturday to become the second stakes-winner for I’m All the Talk.

All Banter wins her first stakes race at Caulfield - image Grant Courtney.

Trained by Richard and Chantelle Jolly, All Banter had won three of her previous five starts and was very impressive when bolting clear to win by two lengths at Moonee Valley on November 28.

Given a freshen up after that win, she was sent out favourite for this assignment despite taking on older horses and given a good ride by Craig Williams rose to the challenge.


All Banter led throughout and defied a late charge from Causeway Girl to win by half a head taking her overall record to four wins and a second from six starts with prizemoney topping $214,000.
 

 


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A modest $30,000 Magic Millions Perth purchase for her trainers from the Mungrup Stud draft, All Banter was also bred by Mungrup and is the best of six winner from Group III winner Bantry Bay, who was one of 92 mares covered by I’m All the Talk last spring.

 

All Banter as a yearling.

A Group III winning son of Golden Slipper winning sire Stratum, I’m All the Talk has proven a notable success siring 12 winners from 32 runners headed by Group II winner Watch Me Dance with his oldest progeny just three year-olds.

He was at Mungrup Stud before it’s dispersal and is now at Darling View Thoroughbreds.





 

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Race Result - Neds W.J. Adams Stakes LR 1000m

Caulfield Track: Good(4) Time: 0:57.15
1
All Banter
T: R & C Jolly J: Craig Williams 54
3f I'm All The Talk (AUS) x Bantry Bay (AUS) (Tale Of The Cat (USA))
MM Perth Yearling Sale Book 2 $30,000
V:Mungrup Stud Narrikup WA
B: Richard & Chantelle Jolly
2
0.1
Causeway Girl
T: C W McDonald J: G Boss 54
5m Shamus Award (AUS) x Lady Katina (AUS) (Giant's Causeway (USA))
Inglis Premier Yearling Sale $150,000
V:Sledmere Stud, Scone, NSW
B: McDonald Racing
3
1.9
Riding The Wave
T: L Smith J: Jye McNeil 54
5g Malibu Moon (USA) x Rolling Sea (USA) (Sefapiano (USA))
Inglis Premier Yearling Sale $50,000
V:Manx Park, Moss Vale, NSW
B: N Tiley
4
3.1
Shamino
T: P Stokes J: Jamie Kah 57
5g Shamus Award (AUS) x Elumino (AUS) (El Moxie (USA))
5
3.3
From Within
T: D T O'Brien J: D Moor 56
6m Not A Single Doubt (AUS) x Zimaretto (AUS) (Anabaa (USA))
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale $360,000
V:Yarraman Park Stud Scone NSW
B: Blue Sky Bloodstock (FBAA)
6
4.0
Bons Away
T: Ms W Kelly J: Teodore Nugent 59
7g Bon Hoffa (AUS) x Villa Albani (AUS) (Mossman (AUS))
7
4.5
Prezado
T: M Ellerton & S Zahra J: Damian Lane 60
6g Denman (AUS) x Nerrin Twister (AUS) (Elvstroem (AUS))
Inglis Premier Yearling Sale $50,000
V:Kornong Station, Streatham
B: Ellerton Zahra Racing Pty Ltd / Group One Bloodstock
8
6.0
Flostar
T: C W McDonald J: M J Walker 54
4m Zoustar (AUS) x Flokkati (AUS) (Fastnet Rock (AUS))
Inglis Premier Yearling Sale $110,000
V:Supreme Thoroughbreds, Romsey
B: McDonald Racing
9
8.5
Spending To Win
T: Mitchell Beer J: C Newitt 55.5
7g Snitzel (AUS) x Madame Trop Vite (IRE) (Invincible Spirit (IRE))
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale $300,000
V:Widden Stud, Widden Valley, NSW
B: Snowden Racing
10
18.5
Time To Reign
T: A & S Freedman J: Damien Thornton 54
4h Time For War (AUS) x Courgette (AUS) (Charge Forward (AUS))
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale $325,000
V:Yarraman Park Stud Scone NSW
B: Darby Racing/De Burgh Equine/Portelli Racing
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