Golden Slipper Entries for First Season Sires

Tara Madgwick - Thursday July 15

First season sires have dominated proceedings in the juvenile division this year with Extreme Choice and Capitalist battling it out to be overall Champion 2YO Sire, so the release of 2022 Golden Slipper nominations this week has us investigating to see what the next wave of freshman sires will look like in terms of opportunity to win the world’s richest juvenile race.

Below are the Top 10 most represented first season sires by number of Golden Slipper entries.


Sire (Grand Sire)

Golden Slipper

2021 Yearling averages (sold)

2021 Stud / Fee

Russian Revolution


MM $168,200 (25)
IE $150,000 (14)
IP $108,333 (15)
IC $86,471 (17)

Newgate Farm/ $44,000

(I Am Invincible)


MM $185,333 (30)
IC $104,467 (24)
IP $93,750 (8)

Yarraman Park / $22,000

Merchant Navy
(Fastnet Rock)


MM $207,500 (20)
IE $166,667 (12)
IP $107,321 (14)
IC $80,238 (21)


(Redoute’s Choice)


MM $136,667 (15)
IP $163,750 (8)
IC $84,412 (17)

Arrowfield /



MM $127,000 (5)
IP $99,633 (15)
IC $117,000 (10)

Darley Vic /

Caravaggio (USA)
(Scat Daddy)


MM $105,769 (13)
IE $146,667 (3)
IC $90,714 (7)
IP $89,375 (8)

Shuttled for one season to Coolmore



MM $257,143 (7)
IC $133,500 (10)

Aquis Qld/

(Thorn Park)


IC $76,667 (3)
IP $118,333 (3)
MM Ade $73,000 (5)

Aquis Qld/

Churchill (IRE)


MM $141,875 (8)
IC $92,778 (9)
IP $162,500 (4)

Coolmore /

Almanzor (Fr)
(Wootton Bassett)


MM $506,667 (3)
IC $221,667 (6)
IP $182,500 (4)
Karaka 1 $190,698 (43)

Cambridge Stud, NZ
$30,000 plus GST

Russian Revolution - click for more information.

Newgate Farm’s dual Group I winning son Russian Revolution is the most represented of all first season sires and a good number of his rising two year-olds are already named and include:

Firefinch (f Arinosa)
Spicy Hotpot (f Black Tulip)
Communist (c Cappadocia)
Perovskaya (f Denpurr)
Matronymic (f Fascination Street)
Russian Queen (f Gai’s Choice)
Kaygeebee (c Iggimacool)
Miss Black Diamond (f Miss Appleton)
October Revolution( c Miss Denni)
Whinchat (c Natchwhali)
Revolutionary Miss (f Purcentage)

Hellbent - click for more information.

Yarraman Park’s Hellbent has the following named Slipper entries:

Infinitive (f Alicia Beth)
To His Credit (c Bec Said No Credit)
Ossified (2c Colourmegal)
Hell’s Fury (f Couredge)
Hellavadancer (f Dancing Express)
Hellavoir Gal (f Devoirs)
Hellcent (f EtoileFille)
Miss Hellfire (f Peace Time)
Magic Time (f Time Awaits)

Merchant Navy - click for more information.

Coolmore’s Merchant Navy has the following named Slipper entries:

Drisana (f Broadband)
Mashobra (f Consommateur)
Cadetship (c Elegant Air)
Touch of Navy (c Epitomise)
Ocean Honour (c Isle of Capri)
Shore to Rock (c Madison Quays)
Navy Girl (f Platelet)
Sollozzo (c Roz)
Pacific Pirate (f Santuzza)
Sweet Merchant (f Suite Annie)

Search 2022 Golden Slipper Sale Mail at Breednet for more details.

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