G1 Fastnet Rock Filly to Race in US

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday June 8

Winner of the Group I VRC Oaks last spring, the Lindsay Park trained and Coolmore owned Fastnet Rock filly Personal will do her future racing in North America.

Personal wins the VRC Oaks - Racing Photos.

Coolmore Australia confirmed on Tuesday that Personal will leave Australia this week to be trained in New York by champion trainer Chad Brown.

Advertisement

"The Breeders' Cup would be the ultimate goal but, of course, she has to travel and show her form in lead-up races," Coolmore racing manager Rob Archibald told Racing.com.


"They think there is more racing in her and there is a very good opportunity in America for fillies and mares, and, given her form again this season, it is certainly worth a try.


"We have to thank the Hayes family and [Lindsay Park] stable for developing her into an incredible filly."

Personal was a $640,000 Inglis Easter purchase from the Cressfield draft for Tom Magnier/ BBA Ireland and runs in the Coolmore navy blue for Coolmore and partners, that include Adrian Niccoll, who selected the filly.

She has the overall record of two wins and eight placings from 16 starts with earnings topping $1.2 million.

Bred and sold by Cressfield, Personal is a sibling to stakes-placed Trope, Selectify and Laser Flash being from stakes-winning Galileo mare Personify.

It's a prolific family with many branches so a great many Australian breeders will be watching the progress of Personal with great interest.


 

Advertisment
More Reading...
Royal Ascot - Australasian Interest Day Three
Fastnet Rock has a strong hand with two top chances at Royal Ascot on Thursday while Rosemont Stud will be eagerly watching the four runners for Starspangledbanner.
Westspeed Stallions Magazine online
Westspeed Stallions Magazine’s online edition is now live on the TBWA website.
Debut Winner for Vancouver
The race to be leading Australian second crop sire by winners is a close one with Golden Slipper winning sire Vancouver edging ahead of his barn mate and rival Pride of Dubai with a promising debut winner at Wyong on Thursday.
18th Winner for Capitalist
Newgate Farm’s Capitalist has sired more juvenile winners than any other sire in Australia this season and added another to his tally on Friday when Sacca saluted at the Sunshine Coast.
Two New Sires for Kooringal Stud
Impeccably bred stakes-winner Sandbar will add further quality to Kooringal Stud’s stallion roster in 2021.
Kiwi Bred Sprinter to Run in Everest
The NZ suffix has featured prominently behind many of John O’Shea’s stakes performers this season, and this week he had the opportunity to visit the source.
I Am Invincible Leads Covering Sires at MM National
The record breaking Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale highlighted the demand for mares in foal to Yarraman Park’s champion sire I Am Invincible with the two highest priced mares on the final day of trade on Thursday both selling in foal to him.
Jumps Future for Verry Elleegant Brother
Ardmore Trainer Nick Bishara knows what it is like to loosen the reins on a stable talent to enable them to reach their full potential.
Vale, Jim Bartholomew of Barador Stud
Thoroughbreds Breeders’ NSW is saddened to learn of the death of Barador Stud’s founder Jim Bartholomew at the age of 87, a Life Member of the Association and former President.
G1 Mares for G1 Stallions
Of the Top 10 stallions on the Australian general sires list by earnings, eight were active last season, so we thought we’d take a look and see just how many Group I winners and producers were covered by the stallions actually out there doing the best job in delivering winners and importantly stakes-winners for their supporters.