Caulfield Cup Winner to Stand at Rangal Park
Media Release - Monday July 1
Caulfield Cup winner BOOM TIME (Flying Spur - Bit Of A Ride) has been retired to stud to stand at Rangal Park Stud Euroa.

Boom Time will stand at Rangal Park StudA top class stayer, Boom Time won eight races including the Group I MRC Caufield Cup defeating outstanding mare Single Gaze and imported stayer Johannes Vermeer (IRE), who was then second in the Melbourne Cup.

Trained in the latter part of his career by the Lindsay Park team, Boom Time won in excess of $2.5 million in prize money.

Boom Time is by the same sire and is closely related to leading Victorian sire Magnus, a proven source of Group I winners and stakes-winners.

Boom Time and Magnus both hail from the revered family of champion racehorses Black Caviar and All Too Hard, who is also now a successful sire. Other stakes-winners on the page include Scandinavia, Wilander and Scandiva to name but a few.

Boom Time will stand at the economical fee of $6,600 inc GST.

Enquiries to Eric Buttler 0427 200 763
Rangal Park Stud Ph: 9305 3475 Fax: 9305 3605

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