Another Debut Winner for Pride of Dubai

Tara Madgwick - Monday March 9

The leading Australian first crop sire by winners and earnings, Coolmore based Pride of Dubai added another smart debut winner to his tally when Thudson scored impressively at Ballarat on Monday.

Pride of Dubai added a seventh winner to his tally on Monday.Prepared by Peter and Paul Snowden, Thudson began quickly and stalked the leader before dashing away at the top of the straight to go on and win by a length for Dean Yendall.

An $80,000 Magic Millions purchase for Snowden Racing from the Glastonbury Farm draft, Thudson runs for Carl Holt.

Bred by Victorian based Hilldene Farm, Thudson is the first foal of Snitzel mare Thud a metropolitan winning grand-daughter of Group III winner Forest Express.

Thudson is the seventh winner from 18 runners for Pride of Dubai, who also has a further three place-getters, his list of notable runners featuring stakes-winner Tanker and stakes-placed Dubai Star and Bella Nipotina.

A dual Group I winning two year-old, Pride of Dubai comes from the same female family that has produced champion two year-old sires Invincible Spirit and Kodiac, so his burgeoning success should come as no surprise to anyone.

Pride of Dubai has three yearlings to be offered at the Adelaide Magic Millions this week and you can see them here.


 

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Race Result - Craigs Royal Hotel Mdn Plate 1100m

Ballarat Track: Good(4) Time: 1:03.94
1
Thudson
T: P & P Snowden J: D Yendall 58
2c Pride Of Dubai (AUS) x Thud (AUS) (Snitzel (AUS))
2
1.3
Fender Bender
T: J P Salanitri J: Josh Cartwright 58
2g Street Boss (USA) x Flamingo Guitar (USA) (Storm Cat (USA))
3
1.4
Amateurish
T: James Cummings J: M J Walker 56
2f Brazen Beau (AUS) x Rinky Dink (AUS) (Distorted Humor (USA))
4
1.5
Coup De Tonnerre
T: Matthew Cumani J: Fred W Kersley 58
2c Night Of Thunder (IRE) x Sea Terrace (AUS) (Authorized (IRE))
5
2.9
Torbreck
T: D & B Hayes & T Dabernig J: D W Stackhouse 58
2c Sebring (AUS) x Recooperate (AUS) (General Nediym (AUS))
Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Book 1 $155,000
V:Stonehouse Thoroughbreds, Eddington
B: Tartan Meadow Bloodstock / Kaipira Lodge / Stephen Marsh Racing
Inglis Great Southern Sale - Weanlings $80,000
V:Woodside Park Stud, Tylden
B: Stonehouse Thoroughbreds Pty Ltd
6
3.0
Divine Diosa
T: M Ellerton & S Zahra J: Ms L J Meech 56
2f Teofilo (IRE) x La Siroque (AUS) (Zabeel (NZ))
7
4.0
Turin Warrior
T: Archie Alexander J: Jordan Childs 58
2c Not A Single Doubt (AUS) x Siwa (GB) (Green Desert (USA))
8
4.2
Marchena
T: C Maher & D Eustace J: H Coffey 56
2f Deep Field (AUS) x Flamenco Girl (AUS) (Snitzel (AUS))
9
4.7
Mayameen
T: T & C McEvoy J: M J Dee 56
2f Mulaazem (AUS) x Maysoon (AUS) (Eavesdropper (USA))
10
6.2
Bofors
T: D & B Hayes & T Dabernig J: Regan Bayliss 58
2g More Than Ready (USA) x Cutie Express (AUS) (Redoute's Choice (AUS))
11
7.0
Cheer For Me
T: Dan O'Sullivan J: Will Price 56
2g Eurozone (AUS) x In Top Gear (AUS) (Catbird (AUS))
12
9.2
Bignota
T: Byron Cozamanis J: M Aitken 58
2g All Too Hard (AUS) x Fountain Joy (AUS) (Flying Spur (AUS))
13
14.2
Forceful Impact
T: Caroline Jennings J: Teodore Nugent 58
2c Real Impact (JPN) x Niagara Falls (AUS) (Danehill (USA))
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