Closer Look at Our Champion Sire I Am Invincible

Tara Madgwick - Sunday July 31

It’s taken a little longer than some people thought, but Yarraman Park’s I Am Invincible is now officially Australia’s Champion Sire for 2021/2022 by earnings and winners, so let’s take a look at how he got there.

I Am Invincible is Australia's Champion Sire by earnings and winners for 2021/2022.

As a Group III winner by a shuttle sire that came to Victoria for four seasons, I Am Invincible was probably not the obvious pick as a potential champion sire of the future, but Arthur and Harry Mitchell saw something worth trying and have been well rewarded ever since.

A stunning individual, I Am Invincible reliably transmits those handsome dark bay good looks to his offspring along with a good dose of his brilliant speed and no matter what the quality of mare, he delivers the goods.

I Am Invincible (Foaled 2004) stands this spring at $247,500
 

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Crop Year (SH)

Mares Covered / Service Fee

Stakes-Winners/ Best Performers

2011

133/ $11,000

7 SW’s / G1 Brazen Beau, Voodoo Lad

2012

140/ $11,000

8 SW’s / G1 Viddora, Hellbent

2013

154/ $11,000

7 SW’s / G1 Invincibella, I Am a Star

2014

175/ $11,000

11 SW’s / G2 Miss Leonidas, Victorem G3 / MM 2YO Houtzen

2015

211/ $27,500

9 SW’s / G1 Oohood, Media Sensation

2016

198/ $55,000

17 SW’s G1 Loving Gaby, Marabi, Lombardo

2017

213 / $55,000

9 SW’s / G2 Dame Giselle

2018

201/ $110,000

6 SW’s G1 Home Affairs, Imperatriz

2019

228/ $192,500

5 SW’s G3 Queen of the Ball, Nettuno

2020

205/ $247,500

146 new season 2YO’s

2021

193/ $209,000

135 yearlings

2022

193/ $220,000

Being born this spring


 

 

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