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Portland Sky

Portland Sky ridden by Teodore Nugent dead heats with Celebrity Queen ridden by William Pike in the Neds Oakleigh Plate at Caulfield Racecourse Stands at WIDDEN STUD, NSW, for $27,500 Portland Sky won the Oakleigh Plate-Gr1 as a three year-old against the older horses. Only five three year-olds have won the Oakleigh Plate-Gr1 in the last…

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Pinatubo Stands at DARLEY, NSW, for $55,000 Europe’s Champion 2YO Colt in 2019, Pinatubo won all his six starts as a juvenile, including both the National Stakes-Gr1 and the Dewhurst Stakes-Gr1. Back at three, he won the Prix Jean Prat-Gr1, as well as running into Champion 3YO Palace Pier in the Royal Ascot St James’s Palace…

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Palace Pier

Palace Pier Stands at DARLEY, NSW, for $55,000 Champion 3YO Colt in Europe, Palace Pier is a multiple Gr1 winner at both three and four. Unbeaten in two starts over 1400m as a two year-old, Palace Pier came into his own at three, winning three of his four starts including the Deauville Prix Jacques Le Marois-Gr1…

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Home Affairs

Home Affairs Stands at COOLMORE, NSW, for $110,000 An $875,000 yearling, Home Affairs already had pedigree and athletic looks before he reached the racetrack, and he quickly proved he had plenty of speed and ability too. First sighted as a January two-year-old in the Gr.3 Canonbury Stakes when he ran second, he quickly broke his maiden…

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Barbaric Stands at LYNDHURST STUD, Qld, for $8,800 An early maturing colt with the pedigree to match, Barbaric won the Gr3 Black Opal Stakes at only his third start, taking his record as a two year-old to two wins from three starts. Barbaric was a $900,000 yearling at the Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale, a…

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Stands at COOLMORE, NSW, for $13,750 Winner of his only start, the Listed Inglis Nursery Stakes, Acrobat was unfortunately retired after a hock injury became infected. Coolmore Stud don’t often stand a non-Gr1 winner but are making an exception for Acrobat because of the time he ran at his only start. He covered the 1,000m…

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Justify, winning the Kentucky Derby. Justify (Scat Daddy-Stage Magic, by Ghostzapper) is the only member of a unique club. An unbeaten Triple Crown winner. To put this in some context, the American Triple Crown consists of three races; the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes, and the Belmont Stakes. The Belmont Stakes was first run in 1867,…

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First Season Sires

Harry Angel (Dark Angel-Beatrix Potter, by Cadeaux Genereux) Stood at Darley for A$22,000 (inc GST)-first season fee 2019 Ranked the World’s Best Sprinter and Europe’s Champion 3YO Sprinter in 2017, Harry Angel won both the July Cup-G1 and the Haydock Sprint-G1 (also won by Danehill). In the season prior, as a two year-old, Harry Angel…

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Yarraman Park

Home Affairs, winning the VRC Coolmore Stud S., Gr.1, A$1,502,100, 1200m. Yarraman draft full of quality including some from Vinnie’s best mares yet … Supporting the career of a stallion like I Am Invincible takes an ever-improving broodmare band, lush pastures, and a team of experienced horse people. Yarraman Park’s results speak to the quality systems…

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