First Time Mothers in 2021

Mark Smith - Saturday December 25

The following is a selection of the top-class racemares that had their first foals in 2021.

Alizee (Sepoy x Essaouira by Exceed And Excel)

Career: 29-10-03-03  Prizemoney: $3,179,800

Group 1 ATC Flight Stakes, Queen of the Turf Stakes, Group 1 MRC Futurity Stakes, Group II ATC Tea Rose Stakes, Light Fingers Stakes, Expressway Stakes, Missile stakes, Apollo Stakes, Listed ATC Christmas Classic.

Powerhouse sprinter Alizee had an I am Invincible filly on September 18.

Anaheed (Fastnet Rock x Rostova by Testa Rossa)

Career: 15-5-0-3    Prizemoney: $1,538,150

Group II ATC Percy Sykes Stakes, Sweet Embrace Stakes, MRC Rubiton Stakes, Group III MRC Blue Sapphire Stakes.

Anaheed foaled an I Am Invincible colt on October 8.

Booker (Written Tycoon x Noondie by Flying Spur)

 Career:  22-4-4-1    Prizemoney: $856,150

Group 1 MRC Oakleigh Plate, Group II MRC Thousand Guineas Prelude, Group III MRC Kevin Hayes Stakes

A $1,600,000 Inglis Chairmans Sale purchase, the speed machine Booker foaled an I Am Invincible colt August 14.

Champagne Cuddles (Not A Single Doubt x Sky Cuddle by Snippets)

Career:  26-4-7-6    Prizemoney: $1,464,225

Group II ATC Breeders' Classic, Group III GCTC Gold Coast Guineas

The $2,000,000 National Broodmare Sale purchase Champagne Cuddles had a colt by Justify (USA) on August 22.

English (Encosta de Lago x Court by Anabaa)

Career:  27-6-4-1    Prizemoney: $3,480,071

Group 1 ATC All-Aged Stakes, BRC Doomben 10000, Group II ATC Reisling Stakes, Challenge Stakes (twice)

After failing to have a foal in her first two seasons, it was third time lucky for the top-class English who foaled an I Am Invincible colt on October 3.

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In Her Time (Time Thief x Hell It’s Hot by Zeditave)

 Career:  31-9-5-4    Prizemoney: $3,772,725

Group 1 ATC The Galaxy, VRC Lightning Stakes, Group II ATC Breeders' Classic, Millie Fox Stakes, Premiere stakes, Listed ATC Sydney Stakes.

The overachiever In Her Time, a $2,200,000 Ingis Chairman’s Sale purchase, is another to foal to I am Invincible, this one a colt born on August 15.

Invincibella (I Am Invincible x Abscond by Galileo)

Career:  43-12-8-4    Prizemoney: $3,070,103

Group I Tatts Tiara, G2 Sheraco Stakes, Blazer Stakes, Dane Ripper Stakes, twice .

$1.3 MM Broodmare Sale purchase in  2020 had a filly by Justify on September 12..

Invincible Gem (I Am Invincible x Diamond Day by Marwina)

Career:  35-6-5-6    Prizemoney: $979,550

Group II ATC Missile Stakes, Emancipation Stakes, Group III NJC Spring Stakes.

Near $1million earner Invincible Gem had a Deep Field filly on September 18.

Luvaluva (Mastercraftsman x Wansesingyee by Galileo)

Career:  30-6-3-2    Prizemoney: $851,352

Group II VRC Wakeful Stakes, Group III ATC Adrian Knox Stakes, ITC Illawarra TC Arrowfield Classic, ATC Summer Cup, Listed ATC January Cup.

Five-time stakes-winner Luvaluva foaled a Lonhro colt on September 4.

Meryl (Epaulette x Academy Idol by Made Of Gold)

Career:  14-2-1-2    Prizemoney: $377,250

Group III BRC BJ McLachlan Stakes, MVRC Scarborough Stakes.

The honest Meryl had a Written Tycoon colt on August 10.

Miss Fabulass (Frankel x Samantha Miss by Redoute’s Choice)

Career:  19-3-3-0    Prizemoney: $438,765

Group II ATC Tea Rose Stakes, Listed Tatt's QLD Spirit Of Boom Fillies & Mares Classic.

Royall-bred Frankel mare Miss Fabulass had a Written Tycoon filly on October 8.

Miss Leonidas (I Am Invincible x Happy Play by Barathea)

Career:  19-5-4-3    Prizemoney: $825,050

Group II MRC Caulfield Sprint, Listed MRC Bel Esprit Stakes

Narrowly beaten by Nature Strip in the Group 1 Moir Stakes, Miss Leonidas foaled a Zoustar colt on August 21.

Nakeeta Jane (So You Think x Lustre Lady by Flying Spur)

Career:  8-3-1-2    Prizemoney: $625,300

Group 1 ATC Surround Stakes, Group II ATC Light Fingers Stakes.

After missing in her first season, lightly raced Nakeeta Jane had a Justify (USA) colt on August 21.

Snitty Kitty (Snitzel x Lassiter's Cat by Tale Of The Cat)

Career:  18-6-4-1    Prizemoney: $566,685

Group II MRC Caulfield Sprint, Listed BRC Lightning Handicap.

An $850,000 Inglis Chairman’s Sale purchase, Snitty Kitty had a Zoustar filly on August 12 after missing in her first season.

Sunlight (Zoustar x Solar Charged, by Charge Forward)

Career:  24-11-3-5    Prizemoney: $6,575,950

Champion 3YO Filly - Group I VRC Coolmore stud Stakes, Newmarket Handicap, MVRC William Reid Stakes 

An $4.2million MM Broodmare Sale purchase in 2020 , Sunlight had a Justify colt on September 16.

Tenley (Medaglia d’Oro x Fratianne by Lonhro)

Career:  15-3-1-1    Prizemoney: $399,100

Group II ATC Reisling Stakes

Tenley had an Exceed And Excel colt on September 16 and sadly it will be her last. The Reisling Stakes winner died on December 4.

White Moss (Mossman x Pay My Bail by Justice Prevails)

Career:  25-8-2-2    Prizemoney: $805,695

Group II ATC Millie Fox Stakes, Sapphire Stakes (twice), Group III ATC The Nivison.

The Esplin family’s hugely popular White Moss had a So You Think filly on September 7.

Viddora (I Am Invincible x Snow Flight by Colombia)

 Career:  31-9-7-1    Prizemoney: $2,852,153

Group 1 MVRC AJ Moir Stakes, WATC Winterbottom Stakes, Group III SAJC RN Irwin Stakes, Listed SAJC Lightning Stakes.

Viddora was covered by Lope De Vega in Ireland before returning in February 2020. Unfortunately the colt foal died after birth, but Viddora had better luck this spring when she foaled a Snitzel filly on September 26.

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