Stands at Windsor Park
2020 FEE: $8,000
Fee History: 2019-$12,500, 2018-$12,500, 2017-$12,500, 2016-$12,500, 2015-$12,500, 2014-$16,000

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
62.7%
(64)
25.5%
(26)
5.9%
(6)
5.9%
(6)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)

Australian Yearling Stats

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Sons of O'Reilly at Stud in Australasia

Grandsons of Last Tycoon at Stud in Australasia

Runners Today

Sapphire Coast
Race 4 Darn Shame 4m ex: Stitchentyne
Ashburton
Race 2 Listenlikethieves 4g ex: Mystify7th
Race 8 Our Prom King 5g ex: Finishing School
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Yesterday's Results

5th Bendigo: Dune Field 4g ex Sahara Desert
6th Te Aroha: Sham On Toast 5g ex Near Time
9th Te Aroha: Dragon Express 4g ex Goyescas
13th Te Aroha: Shampagne Time 3g ex Time For A Kip
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Latest News

China Horse Club’s White Wonder
China Horse Club have a lot of very good horses in Australia carrying their colours, but none as eye-catching as this winner at Kembla on Saturday.
Shamexpress Winner Impresses
New Zealand-bred gelding Gunga Din (NZ) (ShamExpress) relished a hot race tempo at Rosehill in Sydney on Saturday to street his Highway Handicap rivals and pull off another training coup for veteran Canberra trainer Keith Dryden.

Top Nicks

General Nediym
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Cyber Attack
Handsome Ransom
1 wnrs, (1 sw) London Express
King's Chapel
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Embrace Me
Spectatorial
1 wnrs, (1 sw) Happy Qiji
Thorn Park
6 wnrs Yulong Express
Montjeu
4 wnrs Dor Dor
Black Minnaloushe
3 wnrs Kaipaki
Dehere
2 wnrs Surfliner
Golan
2 wnrs Weona Smartone
High Chaparral
2 wnrs Coventina Bay

Sons of O'Reilly at Stud in Australasia

Grandsons of Last Tycoon at Stud in Australasia