Sold - $180,000
Purchaser: Hermitage thoroughbreds pty ltd nsw
Toronado (IRE) x Bahamas
From the second southern hemisphere bred crop of Swettenham Stud’s G1-winning High Chaparral stallion Toronado, the sire of five stakes horses from his first northern hemisphere crop, this grey colt is the first foal of the G1 Schweppes Oaks third placed Bahamas, a winning daughter of Teofilo.
Bahamas, a daughter of the multiple stakes winner St Trinians, and a half-sister to the Listed placed Exodus (Bernardini), went back to Toronado producing a colt in her second season at stud before being covered by Invincible Spirit’s G1-winning son Territories.
Sons of High Chaparral, like Toronado, have produced 62 stakes performers already including G1 winners Inference, La Bella Diosa, Sopressa, D’Argento and Atyaab, interestingly all of the G1 winners are Australian-bred, while Teofilo as a broodmare sire has produced 55 winners highlighted by four stakes performers.
foxwedge x family portrait
This filly is by Fastnet Rock’s G1-winning son Foxwedge, the sire of three individual G1 winners to date from a handful of crops to race. Mill Park Stud has a good relationship with Foxwedge, having sold Run Fox Run to South African connections a few years back with the now 3yo filly currently unbeaten after two runs in South Africa and destined for black type racing.
Lot 182 is the third foal of the stakes placed, winner of four Family Portrait, an Excellent Art daughter of the well-related stakes performer Amen Ruby, a three-quarter-sister to Listed winner Personal Ensign, who is the dam of speedy filly Fontiton, a winner of the G2 Blue Diamond Prelude.
Excellent Art as a broodmare sire has produced three stakes horses so far highlighted by the dual G3 winner Treasuring.
Sold - $45,000
Purchaser: Chris Bieg Racing SA
all too hard x lassie mactavish
Chestnut filly by Champion 3YO All Too Hard, whose 17 stakes performers include the G2 winners Villermont and Tarka, both G1 4th placed, out of three-time-winning Lassie Mactavish, a sister to the Listed placed Yatala and Ready To Mombo - Sigson (Mac).
The dam of four to race, for two winners including the G1 placed Platinum Balos (Bernardini), while the current 3YO in the Mark Kavanagh yard, named Greetie (Zoustar) has finished second at her last two starts and looks ready to break her maiden.
More Than Ready as a broodmare sire has recorded 150 stakes performers highlighted by G1 winners Rebel Dane, Atlante, Luna Rossa and Delectation, while the All Too Hard x More Than Ready pedigree cross has recorded 12 winners from 20 runners including the G1 placed Outrageous.
sold - $310,000
Purchaser: R Ngai Hong Kong
I am invincible x
By I Am Invincible, a sire who really needs to introduction, just look at his results of producing 72 stakes horses led by G1 winners Brazen Beau, Viddora, Hellbent, I Am A Star, Media Sensation, Voodoo Lad, Media Sensation and Oohood, this bay colt is the first foal of the Listed winning Teofilo mare Resonates, from the family of European Champion Sprinter Thatching, G1 performer Golden Thatch as well as the South African stakes performers Tuscan Elegance, Tuscan Sky, Express Queen and Our Emperor.
Teofilo as a broodmare sire has produced 55 winners to date led by four stakes performers including G3 winners Afandem and Together Again – Ethiopian Yarn (HK), with the similar Invincible Spirit x Teofilo pedigree cross has had one winner from one runner, who is also multiple stakes placed.
sold - $70,000
Purchaser: T Ireland Vic
shooting to win x Carolina bella
From the second crop of Northern Meteor’s G1 Caulfield Guineas-winning son Shooting To Win, himself a brother to G2 winner Deep Field, who has already produced three stakes performers from his first crop of runners.
The colt is the fourth live foal of the winning Zabeel mare Carolina Bella, whose two runners to date are both winners highlighted by the Listed Dulcify winner Mickey Blue Eyes (Medaglia d’Oro).
Mares by Zabeel have done a phenomenal job at stud to date, producing just shy of 350 stakes performers highlighted by 38 individual G1 winners. The Encosta de Lago x Zabeel pedigree cross has produced 37 winners from 45 runners, nine of which are stakes horses led by G1-winning juvenile Apercu.
sold - $80,000
Purchaser: J Yeaman NSW
Starspangledbanner x noondie
By Starspangledbanner, the G1 producing sire who has a leading contender in the upcoming G1 Blue Diamond with the Jason Warren-trained Brooklyn Hustle, this colt is the fourth foal out of Noondie, the half-sister to the Listed winner Tranquillity, both daughters of the Listed winner Creatrix, herself a three-quarter-sister to G1 winner Umrum.
Noondie has had one to race, a winner, the Mill Park raised and Inglis Premier yearling sale sold Booker (Written Tycoon), a G2 and G3 winner who was a cracking fourth in the G1 Oakleigh Plate, when beaten less than half a length by Russian Revolution.
Flying Spur as a broodmare sire has recorded 150 stakes performers, highlighted by seven individual G1 winners, while the similar Choisir x Flying Spur pedigree cross has produced 10 winners from 16 runners led by the Listed winner Choice Words.
sold - $42,000
Purchaser: DJI Bloodstock NSW
free eagle (gb) x
From the first crop of Cornerstone’s G1 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes winner Free Eagle (High Chaparral), this colt is out of the dual winning Zabeel mare Third Day, a half-sister to the stakes placed Girlsarebackintown, from the family of stakes winners Regent Street, Rizon, Dopff, Snow Chief and Khamacruz.
Mares by Zabeel have done a phenomenal job at stud to date, producing just shy of 350 stakes performers highlighted by 38 individual G1 winners, with the similar High Chaparral x Zabeel pedigree cross having recorded 33 winners from 47 runners led by G1 winners Dundeel, Fenway and Hiyaam.
sold - $155,000
Purchaser: RM Racing NSW
so you think (nz) x eagles destiny
By Coolmore’s ten-time G1 winner So You Think, who has had an exciting start to his stud career with 32 stakes horses so far including G1 winners Inference, La Bella Diosa, Sopressa, D’Argento and currently has the favourite for the upcoming G1 ATC Oaks in the G2 Light Fingers Stakes winner Nakeeta Jane.
The colt is out of Eagles Destiny, a half-sister to the dams of G1 winners Go Indy Go and Southern Speed as well as the G3 winner Essay Raider. From the family of G1 Golden Slipper winners and Champion 2YOs Rory’s Jester and Ha Ha, this colt is out of a Snippetson mare, who as a broodmare sire has produced 25 winners from limited opportunities led by stakes winners Niccanova, Lordhelpmerun and Zigwig.
Sold - $110,000
Purchaser: L M & P J Macdonald Pty Ltd SA
dissident x khandallah
By Sebring’s five-time G1 winner and Horse of the year Dissident, the sire of two winners so far from his first crop as well as having produced the stakes placed Challa, the colt is the fourth foal of the winning, Listed placed Kitten’s Joy mare Khandallah.
Since the catalogue went to print, the current 2yo of the mare Dalasan (Dalakhani) has won two from two, both impressively, while the 3yo Liberty Lover (Rebel Raider) won in January by a length and a half and has since recorded a further two placed performances.
From an international black type family, this colt is out of a Kitten Joy’s mare, who as a broodmare sire has recorded 12 stakes performers including Listed winners Polar Vortex, Grecian Fire, Admiralty Pier and In The Mood.
sold - $380,000
Purchaser: McEvoy Mitchell Racing Pty Ltd SA
zoustar x Ravenous lass
By the exciting Zoustar, the sire of the history-making G1 Coolmore Stud Stakes where his first crop runners Sunlight, Lean Mean Machine and Zousain finished 1-2-3, our chestnut filly is the second foal of the five-time-winning Stratum mare Ravenous Lass, a half-sister to the G2 winner San Nicasio.
The full-brother to this colt was sold last year for $340,000 to the China Horse Club at the Inglis Premier yearling sale, with the 2yo now named Just Stars in the Lindsay Park stable.
Stratum as a broodmare sire has recorded 66 winners, five black type performers led by G3 winner Moss Trip, with the Zoustar x Stratum pedigree cross having produced two winners from two runners to date.