Telemon Thoroughbreds

100 Oaky Creek Road
Innisplain 4285 QLD
+61 413 712 465
+61 428 754 547

Stallions standing at Telemon Thoroughbreds

Jungle Cat
Jungle Cat service fee is $13,200
Sidestep service fee is $16,500
Latest winner: Prince Of Helena
Sun City
Sun City service fee is $7,700

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With nominations now in place for the 2020 Longines Golden Slipper, every owner and breeder can be forgiven for daydreaming about Australian racing and breeding’s most coveted prize.
Telemon Thoroughbreds today paused to toast their Champion First Season sire SIDESTEP.
Tamworth based owner breeder Errol Leicht has had a lot of success with his broodmare Time Release and she made it four winners from four foals to race when her two year-old filly by Sidestep scored her first win at Grafton on Wednesday.
Exciting young sire Sidestep sired his first Northern Hemisphere stakes-winner overnight with promising two yea-rold colt Real Appeal winning the Listed Prix La Flèche at Maisons-Laffitte.
Spirit of Boom has moved beyond the price range of many Queensland breeders, but for those broodmare owners looking for a horse of similar profile with the potential to deliver similar upside, this horse is Jungle Cat.
Champion colt of his year SIDESTEP has made a dream start to his stud career with Golden Slipper winner KIAMICHI rocketing him to the top of the First Season Sires Table and behind only heavyweights I AM INVINCIBLE and SNITZEL in the 2YO Sires Premiership.
Friendless in betting, I Am Courage was sent off a $61 chance at his career debut but he cut a swathe through nine opponents in a QTIS Two-Years-Old Handicap over 1050m at Toowoomba on Easter Monday to credit the First Season Sire frontrunner Sidestep with his fourth individual winner.
As if to celebrate his elevation to the top of the First Season Sire and Champion 2yo Sire title following the win of Kiamichi in the Golden Slipper, Sidestep was represented by his third winner when the Brett Cavanough-trained Longbottom made the best possible start to her career at Muswellbrook.
The team at Telemon Thoroughbreds are ecstatic with the Group 1 Longines Golden Slipper win by Godolphin filly KIAMICHI (Sidestep x Ouachita)  and what it means for her first season sire SIDESTEP and breeding opportunities in Queensland.
By a Golden Slipper runner-up, Sidestep, out of a mare by a Golden Slipper winner, Canny Lad, who is out of a daughter of Golden Slipper winner Vain, who is out of a mare by Golden Slipper winner Marscay, from the family of Golden Slipper winners Dark Eclipse & Storm Queen, Godolphin's outsider Kiamichi led home a sea of blue in Saturday's $3,500,000 Longines Golden Slipper at Rosehill.
Godolphin could possibly have half the field in next weeks Golden Slipper after the number was increased by one when the honest filly Kiamichi earned a free ticket following a dominant performance in Saturday’s Group III Magic Night Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill Gardens.
Making her career debut, the James Cummings-trained filly Kiamichi earned Godolphin its first two-year-old winner of the season in a 1200 metre handicap at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday to credit her sire Sidestep with his first winner.
The first starter in stallion SIDESTEP’s first Australian two-year-old crop will take to the track in the time-honoured Group 3 Keeneland Gimcrack Stakes over 1000m at Royal Randwick on Saturday.
When introducing Champion 2yo Colt at the 2017 Darley stallion parade, Master of Ceremonies Steve Davis declared Sidestep “The Smokey in the ranks”, and Head of Nominations Alistair Pulford commented “You need to just look a bit deeper to get an edge over your competitors, and this is a horse that might give you that edge”.
One of Queensland’s most prominent thoroughbred breeding properties is set to re-launch as Telemon Thoroughbreds in June when the lease to current occupant Sun Stud expires.

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