First Runner a Winner for Unite and Conquer

Tara Madgwick - Wednesday December 6

A fast pre-Christmas stakes-winning juvenile, Kingstar Farm’s promising young sire Unite and Conquer was always a popular contender to strike with a winner of his own before Christmas and has done so at Ipswich on Wednesday with a fast finishing debut win for What a Doozy.

Trained by Liam Birchley, who has a happy knack for producing slick juveniles, What a Doozy showed potential with a recent barrier trial second at the Sunshine Coast and took her good form to race day.

What a Doozy surged to the line for Michael Rodd to score a neck win in the 800m scamper providing Unite and Conquer with a winner from his very first runner.

 

Bred and retained to race by Marshall Thoroughbreds, What a Doozy is a half-sister to Group II winner Blueberry Hill and is the sixth winner from eight foals to race from Perkipsey, an unraced Falbrav (IRE) mare from stakes-winner Brief Kiss.

Perkipsey has just foaled this spring to another of the Kingstar Farm sires in Time to Reign producing a colt at the start of November.

Unite and Conquer has sired his first winner!

Unite and Conquer has had a number of juveniles showing up in trials and jump outs with expectation that some may target the $500,000 Magic Millions Debut races for unraced fillies and colts / geldings on January 13.

Unite and Conquer also had one of the fastest two year-olds at the Inglis Ready 2 Race Sale with a colt from Sukhar galloping in 10.36 seconds and selling for $110,000.

A brilliantly fast son of Hinchinbrook from a family packed with Australian juvenile speed tracing back to legendary blue hen Dark Jewel, Unite and Conquer stands at a fee of just $6,600 and has three entries for the 2024 Magic Millions and two for Inglis Classic.

 

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Race Result - Contract Chefs Australia Mdn 800m

Ipswich Track: Soft(5) Time: 0:46.01
1
What A Doozy
- 2f Unite And Conquer (AUS) x Perkipsey (AUS) (Falbrav (IRE))
Tnr: L F Birchley Rdr: M Rodd 56
2
0.2
Moet At Midnight
- 2g The Mission (AUS) x Moet Miss (AUS) (Uncle Mo (USA))
Tnr: B J Lockwood Rdr: Jaden Lloyd 58
MM Gold Coast National Yearling Sale $4,000
Seller: B J Lockwood, Brisbane, Qld
Buyer: Lockwood Racing
3
0.4
Rhumb Line
- 2g Zousain (AUS) x Satisfied (AUS) (Charge Forward (AUS))
Tnr: M A Currie Rdr: Kyle Wilson-Taylor 58
4
4.4
Rothweiler
- 2g Rothesay (AUS) x Princess Qualo (AUS) (Sequalo (AUS))
Tnr: John Thomas Rdr: Ms G Cartwright 58
5
4.9
Mrs Kajudo
- 2f Better Than Ready (AUS) x Hidden Flair (AUS) (Hidden Dragon (AUS))
Tnr: K R Kemp Rdr: J Byrne 56
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