Super Easy Sold to WA Stud

Media Release - Thursday April 25

Hallmark Stud have announced that their resident stallion Super Easy will continue his breeding career across the Tasman following his recent purchase by Lewthwaite Thoroughbreds.

Super Easy will continue his stud career in Western Australia.

A $140,000 New Zealand Bloodstock Yearling Sale purchase, the son of Darci Brahma was initially trained in New Zealand by John Sargent, for whom he won on debut before finishing runner-up in the Gr.3 Eclipse Stakes (1200m) and fourth in the Karaka Million 2Y0 (1200m).


He continued his racing career in Singapore where he won a further 14 races on his way to being crowned Singapore Horse of the Year in 2012 and 2013, and Champion Three-Year-Old and Champion Sprinter in 2012 and 2013 respectively.

Super Easy has been one of the underrated performers of the New Zealand breeding industry, but has left his mark as a sire, with his progeny including the likes of Group One performer Easy Eddie, Group Three winners Prom Queen, Sheezallmine and Super Strike; and he experienced his career highlight just a few months ago when his daughter Bonny Lass won the Gr.1 BCD Group Sprint (1400m) at Te Rapa.

Bonny Lass is one of seven stakes winners for Super Easy, a son of Darci Brahma out of 2015 New Zealand Broodmare of the Year Parfore.

“We will be sad to see him go but excited he will get new opportunities at this stage of his career,” Hallmark Stud principal Mark Baker said. – LOVERACING.NZ News Desk

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