Winning Debut for $1million Redoute’s Choice Colt

Tara Madgwick - Friday March 5

The Hermitage Thoroughbreds colours enjoyed phenomenal success when carried by glamour Redoute’s Choice colt The Autumn Sun and while Green Flash has a way to go to live up to that standard, the expensive son of Redoute’s Choice did make a winning debut at Newcastle on Friday.

Green Flash as a yearling

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Purchased by Hermitage Thoroughbreds / Waller Racing from the Arrowfield draft at 2019 Inglis Easter for $1million, Green Flash has been given time to mature and was sent out favourite for the 1200m maiden.

Green from the gates for James McDonald, Green Flash took a while to settle into his galloping rhythm, but he unwound a good finish in the straight to surge home and win by a length over Luminoso with more than six length back to the field.

Green Flash is a three-quarter brother to stakes-winner Diplomatico and half-brother to Group III winner Havana being the fifth winner from five foals to race from good producing Anabaa (USA) mare Top Cuban.

Top Cuban has a yearling filly by Pariah, a filly foal by The Autumn Sun and was covered by him again last spring.


 

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Race Result - New Zealand Bloodstock Mdn 1200m

Newcastle Track: Soft(5) Time: 1:12.45
1
Green Flash
T: C J Waller J: J B Mc Donald 58.5
3c Redoute's Choice (AUS) x Top Cuban (AUS) (Anabaa (USA))
Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale $1,000,000
V:Arrowfield Stud, Scone
B: Hermitage Thoroughbreds Pty Ltd / Chris Waller Racing
2
1.0
Luminoso
T: A P Ball J: Tim Clark 58.5
3g Nicconi (AUS) x Shining Trail (AUS) (Northern Meteor (AUS))
Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Book 2 $8,000
V:Daisy Hill, Doreen
B: RWH Thoroughbreds Pty Ltd
Inglis Australian Weanling Sale $21,000
V:Lyndhurst Stud Farm, Warwick, Qld
B: Diamond Park
3
7.3
Immaculacy
T: C Maher & D Eustace J: B Avdulla 58.5
3g Dissident (AUS) x Purity (AUS) (Ferocity (AUS))
MM Adelaide Yearling Sale Session 1 $26,000
V:Bowness Stud Young NSW
B: Polaris Bloodstock Pty Ltd
4
8.0
Nothing Is Easy
T: Ms K Owen J: Tyler Schiller 57
5g May'haab (AUS) x Hot Dancer (AUS) (Citidancer (IRE))
5
8.6
First Fleet
T: Mick Attard J: R Brewer 59
4g Shamus Award (AUS) x Australia Day (AUS) (Sebring (AUS))
Inglis 2019 DECEMBER Online Sale $4,000
V:Owners
B:
MM Gold Coast Yearling Sale $110,000
V:Widden Stud Widden Valley NSW
B: O'Brien Thoroughbreds
6
9.5
Bullet Hero
T: P & P Snowden J: Tommy Berry 58.5
3g Vancouver (AUS) x Francophile (AUS) (French Deputy (USA))
Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale $180,000
V:Lime Country Thoroughbreds Pty Ltd, Burradoo
B: Sweetbriar Equine / Snowden Racing
Inglis Chairmans Sale - Weanlings $130,000
V:Rothwell Park, Blandford
B: Gippsland Bloodstock
7
9.8
At The Cove
T: D J Nugent J: Shane Arnold 59
4g Time For War (AUS) x Sonette (AUS) (Hussonet (USA))
MM National Weanling Sale $1,000
V:Kitchwin Hills Scone NSW
B: Killara Thoroughbreds
8
10.1
Minks Music
T: D Lane J: D Mc Lellan 56.5
3f Headwater (AUS) x Jewel Theft (AUS) (Jade Robbery (USA))
MM Gold Coast 2YOs In Training Sale $85,000
V:Baramul Stud, Widden Valley, NSW
B: Minks Music Equine Park
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