Nicks That Click – Two Widden Sires Connect
Tara Madgwick - Monday August 20
A stylish win in the Group III ATC Up and Coming Stakes at Randwick on Saturday by progressive three year-old Master Ash gave Widden Stud's flagship sire Sebring his 46th stakes-winner.

Master AshA lightly raced member of the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott stable, Master Ash is now headed towards the Group I ATC Golden Rose next month.

Master Ash is the third stakes-winner for Sebring bred from a daughter of Widden Stud's former high class shuttle sire Anabaa (USA).

The Sebring x Anabaa cross has produced 10 winners from 15 runners with Australian Horse of the Year Dissident and Group II placed stakes-winner Sebring Sally, the other Black Type winners bred this way along with Group II placed Revolving Door.

SebringSebring stands at a fee of $66,000 this spring and would appear to be an appealing choice for those with a mare by Anabaa, who is making a lasting impression as a broodmare sire.

Anabaa mares have produced 87 stakes-winners including a dozen Group I winners headed by superstars Buffering, Dissident, Treve, Hartnell and English.

Sebring in upcoming sales: