Alpine Edge a New Addition for Clear Mountain Fairview

Media Release - Monday May 20

Clear Mountain Fairview’s stallion roster has a dynamic lineup of four stallions for this coming season, showcasing an array of exceptional options for breeders.

Freshman sire, Alpine Edge ($7,700) will join seasoned stud stallions: Love Conquers All ($5,940), Sooboog ($5,500) and Worthy Cause ($8,800).

Group winning son of leading Queensland sire Better than Ready, Alpine Edge will stand at Clear Mountain Fairview.

Alpine Edge, the two-year-old Group 3 winning son of Better Than Ready, will stand his first year at stud at $7,700.

Alpine Edge was an exceptional two-year-old, winning his first two starts at Group and Listed level, including the Group 3 B.J. McLachlan Stakes, prior to Christmas.

Alpine Edge offers a unique combination of the famous La Troienne dynasty that has produced early two-year-old’s that train on to champions, for nearly a century around the world.

His sire, Better Than Ready and grandsire, More Than Ready are loaded with descendants and his dam, Freezethemillions, who is also loaded with descendants, was a talented two-year-old herself.

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Alpine Edge carries this line in all four quarters of his pedigree giving him an extremely prepotent genetic makeup, free of Danehill.

Shares in Alpine Edge have proven popular, with over 70% of stallion shares sold, limited shares remain for those astute breeders looking for incredible value and worth. 

Love Conquers All, the Group 2 winning son of Mossman, will stand this season at $5,940.

Love Conquers All.

Love Conquers All offers breeders a unique opportunity, a complete outcross for mares free of Danehill, rarely seen in the Queensland breeding ranks

The latest Group producer and son of Snitzel, Sooboog, will again stand at $5,500.

Sooboog is the sire of recent stakes-winner Boognish.

Sooboog’s latest Group winner is progressive mare Boognish, who flashed home and collected the Group 3 honours in the Proud Miss Stakes at Morphettville.

This was Sooboog’s second Group winner after Boogie Dancer’s win in the Group 2 MRC Thousand Guineas Prelude. 

Worthy Cause rounds out Clear Mountain Fairview’s 2024 stallion roster, standing at a fee of $8,800.

Worthy Cause is the sire of Group I winner Hinged.

Over the past 12 months, Worthy Cause continued to grow his Group producing record with both Hinged and Cause For Concern featuring in the winner’s stalls in Sydney and Melbourne.

Stud Manager Mick Frappell anticipates a busy season ahead with the lineup of their stallion roster.

“We have a nice selection of stallions on offer with the addition of our exciting freshman sire, Alpine Edge,” Stud Manager Mick Frappell said.

“Alpine Edge is fresh off the track and offers superior juvenile form.

“You can’t win Stakes races any earlier in your juvenile career than what Alpine Edge achieved.

“Whether you are selling or racing, our stallions offer value for money and return on your investment.

“Our stallions have been hand selected for the Sunshine State’s QTIS racing bonuses – offering early precocious blood.

“Don’t hesitate to get in contact with our family to discuss your breeding needs,” Frappell ended.

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