Turn Me Loose (NZ)

2011 Iffraaj (Zafonic) x Indomitable (Danehill)
Stands at Windsor Park
2022 FEE: $20,000

Similar Sirelines

Iffraaj - Zafonic
Coolmore Stud - $71,500
Iffraaj - Zafonic
Telemon Thoroughbreds - $11,000

Similar Fee Range

Not A Single Doubt - Redoute's Choice
Widden Stud - $16,500
Not A Single Doubt - Redoute's Choice
Widden Victoria - $16,500
Savabeel - Zabeel
Newhaven Park - $16,500
Deep Impact - Sunday Silence
Leneva Park Seymour - $16,500
Redoute's Choice - Danehill
Kia Ora Stallions - $16,500
Street Boss - Street Cry
Rosemont Stud - $17,600
Written Tycoon - Iglesia
Widden Victoria - $19,800
Camelot - Montjeu
Widden Victoria - $22,000
Invincible Spirit - Green Desert
Coolmore Stud - $19,250
Zoustar - Northern Meteor
Widden Stud - $19,800
Tosen Phantom - Neo Universe
Aquis Canungra Qld - $16,500
Snitzel - Redoute's Choice
Aquis Canungra Qld - $22,000
I Am Invincible - Invincible Spirit
Yarraman Park - $22,000
Galileo - Sadler's Wells
Coolmore Stud - $22,000
Choisir - Danehill Dancer
Aquis Canungra Qld - $16,500
Street Cry - Machiavellian
Coolmore Stud - $22,000
Medaglia D'Oro - El Prado
Woodside Park - $22,000
Dalakhani - Daarshan
Westbury Stud - $17,500
STARCRAFT - SOVIET STAR
Widden Victoria - $16,500

Sons of Iffraaj at Stud in Australasia

No runners today. Click for more.

Yesterday's Results

13th Arawa Park: Keep It Loose 3g ex Peace Cry
Click here for more results.

Race Record

At 2
1st - N Z Bloodstock Pearl 2yo Mdn (1200)
2nd - Cambridge Equine Hospital Hcp (1200)
At 3
1st - Sothys 42nd N.Z 2000 Guineas (1600) Gr.1
1st - Hawke's Bay Guineas (1400) Gr.2
2nd - Hawke's Bay Guineas Prelude (1200)
3rd - James & Annie Sarten Mem Stks (1400) Gr.3
At 4
1st - Emirates Stakes (1600) Gr.1
1st - Italktravel Futurity Stakes (1400) Gr.1
1st - Schweppes Crystal Mile (1600) Gr.2
1st - Darley Seymour Cup (1600) LR
2nd - Paris Lane Stakes (1400) LR
4th - Ladbrokes C.F. Orr Stakes (1400) Gr.1
At 5
2nd - Ladbrokes C.F. Orr Stakes (1400) Gr.1

Latest News

Who Are the Dominant Sires of G1 Winners in Australia and NZ?
Group I racing has concluded for this season in Australia and New Zealand so we are taking a look at the most successful Group I sires of the season and there is a clear leader on that count and he doesn’t stand in Australia.
The Dream is Alive to Breed Your Own Star 2YO
At the yearling sales every year at the top of the market we hear countless stories from buyers claiming to have abought a Slipper horse or a 2YO type, but the reality is our four Group I winning 2YO’s this season do not come from anywhere near the top of the market.

Sons of Iffraaj at Stud in Australasia