AMBIDEXTER (AUS)

2008 Commands (Danehill) x Dextrous (Quest For Fame)
Stands at Brooklyn Park Stud
2021 FEE: $3,300
Fee History: 2020-$4,400, 2019-$5,500, 2018-$7,700, 2017-$5,500, 2016-$5,500, 2015-$6,600, 2014-$6,600, 2013-$6,600

Distance Performance

The percentage of races in Australasia in each distance range and the percentage of the stallion's winners in each distance range.
 
Short
Sprint
Mile
Mid
Stay
Long
 Races Avail
44%
24%
15%
10%
5.5%
1.5%
 Winners
46.6%
(62)
29.3%
(39)
12%
(16)
9.8%
(13)
2.3%
(3)
0%
(0)

Australian Yearling Stats

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Sons of Commands at Stud in Australasia

Runners Today

Gawler
Race 5 Back Pocket 6g ex: Pocket Fortyniner6th
Race 7 Call Me Dexter 5g ex: Special Kate1st
Race 8 Bon Pegasus 4m ex: Chicago Miss1st
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Latest News

First Stakes Winner for Ambidexter
At a cost of $90,000 at the 2016 Magic Millions Adelaide Yearling Sale, Single Handed is comfortably the most expensive yearling by his sire Ambidexter, but he is proving to be money well spent for trainer Nick Smart as the 5yo gelding opened his stakes account in Saturday’s Listed Tokyo City Cup (1800m) at Morphettville.
Ambidexter Transcending Generations
With AMBERDI running second in the Listed Penny Edition Stakes for Sue Jaensch, the 5yo mare’s performance did something quite notable for her sire AMBIDEXTER.

Top Nicks

El Moxie
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Single Handed
Dolphin Street
3 wnrs Call Me Dexter
Bellotto
2 wnrs Regina Del Dramma
Fraar
2 wnrs Dexter Dutton
More Than Ready
2 wnrs Dexter You Devil
Umatilla
2 wnrs Shopster
Untouchable
2 wnrs Miss Artier
Armidale
1 wnrs Halo's Quest
Bahamian Bounty
1 wnrs Dexelation
Blevic
1 wnrs Amberdi

Sons of Commands at Stud in Australasia