Super One Standing at Lincoln Farm

Breednet - Friday July 22

Exceptional sire I Am Invincible has had another year of phenomenal success and for the first time will be crowned Australia’s Champion Sire by earnings for 2021/2022 and while he is beyond the reach of many broodmare owners, Lincoln Farm are proud to offer a more affordably priced option in his proven sire son Super One.

Super One is a good looking son of champion sire I Am Invincible.

A fast precocious juvenile that was the Champion Singapore 2YO, Super One was also a Group III winning sprinter in Australia and is very true to the I Am Invincible type.


With his oldest progeny about to turn five, Super One has proven to be a reliable source of winners with his progeny earning over $6million in prizemoney.

Another One has won over $800,000 in prizemoney! - image Steve Hart

He is the sire of stakes-placed One Lotto and brilliant country galloper Another One, who captured the rich $500,000 ATC Newhaven Park Country Championship this year.

A winner of over $800,000 in prizemoney, Another One is the leading stake earner for his sire, while smart sprinter Gluck Racer has won three races in Hong Kong. 

Super One sired the highest priced 2YO at last year’s Inglis Ready 2 Race Sale with his colt from Cash First selling for $400,000 representing a sensational pinhook success as he was sourced for $55,000 from the Edinglassie Thoroughbreds draft at Magic Millions Book 2.

Sale-topper - this Super One colt from Cash First topped last year's Inglis Ready 2 Race Sale.

Now trained by Peter and Paul Snowden and named Alpha One, the speedy colt has won his past two starts at Newcastle and Hawkesbury and there are more wins in store.

Super One stands at a fee of $16,500 at Lincoln Farm this spring.


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