14th Winner for Capitalist

Tara Madgwick - Friday May 14

The Lindsay Park team delivered the 14th first crop winner for Capitalist at Albury on Friday when red hot favourite Alcudia ran out an easy winner at Albury.

Having her second race start and taking on older maidens over 1175m, Alcudia powered to the line to win by a length and a half.

Retained to race by her breeders, Alcudia is a half-sister to stakes-winner Vinicunca and is the fourth winner from four foals to race from good producer Xandretta, a half-sister by Flying Spur to Group I winner Carry on Cutie from the family of Group I winning 2YO The Mission, both of those Group I winners claiming the ATC Champagne Stakes.

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Xandretta has a Deep Field filly that was sold at Magic Millions this year for $520,000 to Black Soil Bloodstock/John Foote Bloodstock/Gollan Racing, the same group having also purchased Deep Field’s brilliant stakes-winner Isotope.

Xandretta is back in foal to Deep Field after missing the year before.

Capitalist will stand at $99,000 this spring.

Alcudia is winner number 14 for Capitalist, who is the leading first crop sire and overall 2YO sire, the son of Written Tycoon to stands at $99,000 for Newgate Farm this spring.


 

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Race Result - Tonkin Group Mdn Hcp 1175m

Albury Track: Soft(7) Time: 1:14.39
1
Alcudia
T: T Dabernig & B Hayes J: B Mc Dougall 56.5
2f Capitalist (AUS) x Xandretta (AUS) (Flying Spur (AUS))
2
1.5
Kee Kee Mofeed
T: G J Colvin J: Hannah Williams 54
3f Akeed Mofeed (GB) x Chamonix (AUS) (Encosta De Lago (AUS))
3
1.6
Allez Brew
T: Mitchell Beer J: Nick Heywood 57.5
3f Pierro (AUS) x Nursery Rhyme (USA) (Tale Of The Cat (USA))
Inglis 2020 JUNE (Late) Online Sale $2,750
V:Tom Papley
B:
Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale $30,000
V:Marquee Stud, Willow Tree
B: Mitch Beer Racing / Wattle Bloodstock / Jr Thoroughbreds
4
1.7
Spiteful
T: Erin Maher J: Amy Mc Lucas 54.5
4m Shooting To Win (AUS) x My Little Friend (AUS) (Exceed And Excel (AUS))
Inglis 2020 FEBRUARY (Late) Online Sale $2,250
V:M.G Price Racing and Breeding
B:
MM Adelaide Yearling Sale $90,000
V:Cornerstone Stud Farm Angaston SA
B: Mick Price Racing & Breeding Pty Ltd
5
1.8
Make A Right
T: W G Carroll J: J Duffy 55.5
4m Shrapnel (AUS) x Riverbend Star (AUS) (Filante (NZ))
6
2.4
Eight Angels
T: Jamie Scott J: Logan McNeil 55
3f Spill The Beans (AUS) x Roman Conflict (AUS) (Antonius Pius (USA))
MM National Yearling Sale Book 1 $3,000
V:Amarina Farm Denman NSW
B: Gambel Pty Ltd
7
4.3
Hey There Presto
T: Bryan Maher J: Jack Martin 57
4m Redente (AUS) x Poco Presto (AUS) (Piccolo (GB))
8
4.8
Crackle Time
T: R T Stubbs J: Ms K Nisbet 55.5
3f Time For War (AUS) x Snapcrackle (NZ) (Ekraar (USA))
9
5.4
Bring A Dame
T: D J O'Prey J: B P Ward 57.5
3f Sebring (AUS) x Dama De Noche (AUS) (Snippets (AUS))
10
7.1
Stella Siren
T: D J O'Prey J: Rose Pearson 59
3f Shaft (AUS) x A Little Alert (AUS) (Alert (ARG))
11
9.1
Another Star
T: J D Whitelaw J: M Heagney 55
4m Star Witness (AUS) x Secord (AUS) (Encosta De Lago (AUS))
12
9.4
Blitzem Tycoon
T: P Widdup J: Brodie Loy 57
5m Written Tycoon (AUS) x Kings Shuffle (AUS) (King's Best (USA))
13
14.1
Kinross
T: G D'Altorio J: J Mallyon 58
3f Panzer Division (AUS) x Glendelvine (AUS) (Sunday Silence (USA))
14
19.0
Magic Tales
T: Mervyn Norman J: Teighan Worsnop 54
5m Krupt (AUS) x Savannah Tales (NZ) (Savabeel (AUS))
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