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Racing Horse & Breeding News

  • Te Rapa raceday celebrates Dundeel

    All but one of his 19 starts were in Australia, and Arrowfield Stud now has a firm grip of his passport, but Kiwis remain rightly proud of Dundeel as a superstar born on their side of the Tasman. Not forgetting that he was bred, trained & ridden by New Zealanders,… Read More »

     
  • Manhattan Rain colt lights up at Flemington

    One runner well worth following from Anzac Day racing at Flemington is the 2YO colt Light Up Manhattan (Manhattan Rain-Luminata by Zabeel). He became the second stakes performer for first season sire Manhattan Rain when he powered home late to nab second in the VRC Anzac Day S. 1210m LR,… Read More »

     
  • Zac Spirit lands Singapore Group 1

    Flying Spur’s son Zac Spirit sealed his status as Singapore’s best sprinter with a dashing win in Sunday evening’s $S500,000 Lion City Cup 1200m Sgp-1. Ridden by Alan Munro, 4YO gelding defeated arch-rival Emperor Max by 1.5 lengths in 1:08.78. Goal Keeper was a short head away in third place…. Read More »

     
  • Honorine makes it a Group treble for Redoute’s Choice

    With a international Group race double in the bag, thanks to Tango’s Daughter in Adelaide, and the brilliant 2YO filly Majmu at Turffontein, Redoute’s Choice could have signed off for the weekend, well-satisfied with an excellent day’s work. But, no, he wasn’t quite finished yet. His 4YO daughter Honorine lined… Read More »

     
  • International Group double by Redoute’s Choice fillies

    Champion sire Redoute’s Choice today posted his fourth Group race double since 1 February when his daughters Tango’s Daughter & Majmu scored in Australia and South Africa. 3YO Tango’s Daughter continued the tremendous run of success this season for owner-breeder Teeley Assets when she prevailed in a straight-long duel with… Read More »

     
  • Hot Snitzel wins Hall Mark Stakes

    If there is a prescription for the ideal syndicate horse it would surely read something like this: At two, wins on debut before Christmas, progresses to win a stakes race & place in Group 1 company, and earns 7 times the purchase price after nine starts. At three, wins a… Read More »

     
  • Princess completes Snitzel’s Randwick Group double

    If the gold and blue colours carried by Brenton Avdulla on board today’s ATC J.H.B. Carr S. 1400m G3 winner Estonian Princess look vaguely familiar…well, they should. After all, it’s only a year since they were last carried in Sydney by Not A Single Doubt’s brilliant daughter Karuta Queen, retired… Read More »

     
  • Dundeel’s dam booked to Redoute’s Choice

    The dam of Arrowfield’s new stallion, the six-time Group 1 winner Dundeel, will visit the Stud’s flagship sire Redoute’s Choice this coming Spring. Murray & Jo Andersen, breeders and part-owners of Dundeel, confirmed earlier this week their decision to send Stareel (Zabeel-Staring by Fiesta Star) to the champion son of… Read More »

     
  • Arrowfield announces 2014 service fees

    Arrowfield Stud today announced the 2014 service fees for its 10-stallion roster headed by champion sire Redoute’s Choice who will command a fee of $110,000 inc. GST as he challenges for his third Australian stallion premiership. With ten stakeswinners this season, and 24 lifetime Group 1 winners, including world champion… Read More »

     
  • It’s A Dundeel retires to Arrowfield Stud

    The retirement of It’s A Dundeel to Arrowfield Stud was announced on Monday by Arrowfield Chairman John Messara. He will be known at stud by his original New Zealand-registered name of Dundeel and his 2014 service fee will be $27,500 inc. GST. The son of High Chaparral and Stareel (by… Read More »

     
  • It’s A Dundeel triumphs at The Championships

    It’s A Dundeel made history in Arrowfield’s famous black-and-yellow diamond silks on Saturday when he swept to his sixth Group 1 victory in the $4 million ATC Queen Elizabeth Stakes over 2000 metres at Royal Randwick. A perfect climax to the first presentation of The Championships, the race matched its… Read More »

     
  • New Group 1 performer for Not A Single Doubt

    It’s A Dundeel was the undoubted star for Arrowfield at The Championships on Saturday, but three runner-up finishes by a home-bred colt, a sale graduate and a daughter of Not A Single Doubt were also very pleasing. Ron Finemore & John Leaver’s home-bred 3YO filly Gypsy Diamond became the 8th… Read More »

     
  • Dundeel to stand for $27,500 at Arrowfield

    The just-retired It’s A Dundeel will stand for $27,500 in his first season at Arrowfield Stud under his original name of Dundeel. His racing name was changed to avoid confusion with the much less well-known Done Deal. The four-year-old ended his career on a high, claiming his sixth Group One… Read More »

     
  • Artificial insemination ban to continue

    Artificial insemination will continue to be banned in the Australian thoroughbred industry after the Federal Court rejected Bruce McHugh’s claim against its prohibition. The former bookmaker and ex-chairman of the Sydney Turf Club has fought a long battle for the introduction of AI, arguing it was a restraint of trade…. Read More »

     
 
 
 

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