No Doubt About His Foals

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Thursday September 9

Champion Australian 2YO Sire and Champion First Crop Sire for last season, Extreme Choice has really put the spotlight on sire sons of Not a Single Doubt and Aquis are already ahead of the game with their exciting young sire Dubious producing stunning foals this spring.

A $350,000 Magic Millions purchase for Aquis, Dubious proved a natural runner scoring on debut in the Group III ATC Breeders Plate as a spring two year-old before going on to win over $1.2million with a highlight victory in the Group II BRC Moet and Chandon Stakes.

Dubious stands at a fee of $13,200, click for more information.

His race record is superior to that of his sire Not a Single Doubt and the quality of his first foals is a keen indication that Dubious may well follow in the footsteps off his illustrious sire, who has left an impressive 15 Group I winners!

Dubious covered 162 mares last spring giving him a tremendous opportunity for commercial success and the arrival of his first foals is already sparking return bookings.  

Check out the foals that have everyone talking!



Dubious filly from Fast Hussy pictured at Carramar Park.

"We couldn’t be happier with our Dubious/Fast Hussy filly foal. She has great bone, strength and size and looks to be very much in the mould of Not A Single Doubt." -  Wayne Alchin, Carramar Park


 Dubious colt from Thisisus (NZ) pictured at Kenmore Lodge.

"This colt is the complete package, a real standout! You couldn't wish for a better foal!" - Nick Nolan, Noralla Stud

Dubious filly from Crystal Nights (NZ) pictured at Kenmore Lodge.

“His future as a sire looks exciting! This absolute ripping filly from Crystal Nights has given us the confidence to heavily support Dubious this year.” - Kellie Bond, Kenmore Lodge

Dubious colt from Peace Palace (GB) pictured at Mullaglass Stud.

“He’s a lovely colt, very correct & plenty of strength. Very much like his old man.” - Richard McClenahan, Mullaglass Stud

Dubious filly from Chit Chat, pictured at Kenmore Lodge.

“His future as a sire looks exciting! We now have 3 nice Dubious foals and are thrilled with how he is stamping them.”- Kellie Bond, Kenmore Lodge


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