Redoute's Choice Filly Eases The Pain for Peters

Prolific owner Bob Peters did not have long to stew on the disappointment of Royal Star being withdrawn at the barriers in the Tattersalls Cup when that filly's sister Perfect Jewel captured the $500,000 Group II Sky Racing - W.A. Guineas (1600m) at Ascot on Saturday.

One of just two fillies in the race, Perfect Jewel was three wide with cover for Willie Pike and did not shirk the task in the straight. She was strong to the line defeating Achernar Star (Gingerbread Man) by three-quarters of a length with Art Series (Sebring) a length back in third.

Winner of the Listed Belgravia Stakes on October 28, the daughter of Redoute's Choice advances her record to 4 wins from 5 starts with earnings of $432,280.

"The ups and downs of racing. Her full sister gets pulled out at the barrier and this filly draws barrier 16 and still wins, how do you handle that," Bob Peters said.

"I've always liked her and Royal Star, they are nice fillies and it's just wonderful to see you can do it from this barrier. One of the best horses I owned, Old Spice, drew 16 and got beaten a lip.

"We resisted the temptation to run her in the Champion Fillies and kept her three weeks till this one and it worked."

Bob Peters won the Group 1 Kingston Town Classic in 2015 with the 3yo filly Perfect Reflection but was non-committal about Perfect Jewel following a similar path.

"It just depends on how she pulls up. She will tell us," he said.

New Sebring Stakes-Winner

Consistent Sebring mare Notonyourlife scored a valuable Black Type win in the Listed BRC Ubet Classic at Doomben on Saturday providing a great result for her owners Eureka Stud.

The Tony Gollan trained six year-old was tuned up with two recent trials but was unwanted by punters going to the post at $41.

Notonyourlife as yearling

Notonyourlife as yearling

She belied that lack of interest from punters, charging home from back in the field to win the 1200 metre sprint by half a length.

A $50,000 Magic Millions National Yearling Sale purchase from the Widden Stud draft for MM as agent, Notonyourlife runs for Eureka Stud and has the overall record of six wins and 11 placings from 37 starts with prizemoney topping $320,000.

Understanding Ownership, the Joy and the Pitfalls

danny2Recently I was speaking to a friend who owns a share in a two-yearold colt the trainer had recommended be gelded. The trainer felt that the youngster was “too colty” in his work, which was hindering his training and future as a racing prospect. The colt was turned out for a spell while plans were put into place for him to be gelded, which included a sign-off from the group of owners, many of whom didn’t know each other.

My mate said he expected that the trainer’s recommendation would be adopted by all the owners, however, he was dismayed to find that some wanted the horse to remain a colt.

Danny Power (Inside Breeding 2017)

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The Season of Snitzel

snitzel2014 bh 400It's the last day of the Australian racing season and if we've learned one thing in the past 12 months it's that Snitzel has well and truly stepped out of the shadow of his champion sire Redoute's Choice.

Whatever way you look at it Snitzel has had a remarkable season and will finish as Champion Australian Sire by earnings, winners and stakes-winners as well as champion 2YO Sire and 3YO Sire.

Arrowfield Stud have provided the following key statistics:

  • 29 winners of 36 Group & Listed Races worldwide – inc. 9 2YO SW
  • 26 winners of 31 G&L Races in Australia
  • 5 Group 1 winners: INVADER, REDZEL & RUSSIAN REVOLUTION (Australia), SUMMER PASSAGE (New Zealand) & HEAVENLY BLUE (South Africa).
  • Leading Sire by Aggregate at the Magic Millions ($13.9 million) & Inglis Easter ($21.0 million) Sales
  • Five $1 million+ yearlings, top price $1.7 million (achieved twice at Inglis Easter)
  • In all, 111 yearlings sold for $41.7 million (Average Price: $375,732).

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE MOST COMMON FORMS OF RACEHORSE OWNERSHIP

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE MOST COMMON FORMS OF RACEHORSE OWNERSHIP

TonyArticle by Tony Fleiter BEc., LLB
Principal of Macquarie Legal Practice

Owning and racing thoroughbred racehorses can be highly enjoyable and rewarding, particularly if you are lucky enough to own a horse that progresses to winning races, and if your horse is a fashionably bred colt and just happens to win a Group 1 race, then a stud deal is likely to be available.

But it is also highly speculative, as owners are required to incur racehorses include that the horse may die, or value is diminished as a consequence of the materialisation of an inherent risk, including accident, illness, infertility or sub-fertility, injury, or natural cause, or simply not progress to competing in or winning any races or Prize money.

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