SUN STUD

VICTORIA’S PREMIER STALLION FARM

SUN STUD, Victoria’s premier stallion farm, will field a 10-strong roster for the 2018 breeding season, which includes exciting newcomer THRONUM.

 

Thronum, a Lindsay Park trained son of Snitzel, won his first two races as a 2YO, then first up at three in the Listed Rosebud Stakes and, in January, led throughout to win the Group Two Australian Stakes. At his most recent outing, Thronum finished a narrow second in the Group One William Reid Stakes.

 

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Good to hear! PALENTINO has some stunning first crop foals on the ground and he is understandably super popular with mare owners again this season.The team at Sunhill Bloodstock are ‘positively’ over the moon - our first positive scan for Rock Of Gibraltar mare Rock My Pago, who was covered by Sun Stud’s flashy dual Group 1 winner Palentino - congratulations to everyone!!

Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria, Aushorse Marketing, Thoroughbred Daily News, Magic Millions
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Good to hear! PALENTINO has some stunning first crop foals on the ground and he is understandably super popular with mare owners again this season.

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3 days ago

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GROUP 1 TARGET FOR LOVE CONQUERS ALL MARE
It has been revealed that LOVE CONQUERS ALL’s high class Group winning mare SAVANNA AMOUR will be aimed at Western Australia's premier sprint race, the Group 1 Winterbottom Stakes (1200m) at Ascot on December 1.

The Chris Meagher trained mare won the Listed Hinkler Handicap (1200m) in Brisbane during the winter and also ran fourth in the Group 1 Tattersall’s Tiara (1350m).

"She has some residual fitness so we are thinking about running her first-up in the Moir Stakes (A Group 1 over 1000m at Moonee Valley on September 28)," said owner Grant Morgan of Ontrack Thoroughbreds.

"However, her main target this preparation will be the Winterbottom in Perth."

A winner of 7 races, including the Group 2 Angus Armanasco Stakes (1400m), SAVANNA AMOUR (pictured) has earned her connections over $630,000 from just 17 starts, a great return on her $100,000 yearling purchase price at the 2015 Inglis Classic Sale.

LOVE CONQUERS ALL has sired 15 individual winners and has $483,090 in progeny earnings for the 2018/19 season, which places him 27th on the Australian General Sires table.
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GROUP 1 TARGET FOR LOVE CONQUERS ALL MARE
It has been revealed that LOVE CONQUERS ALL’s high class Group winning mare SAVANNA AMOUR will be aimed at Western Australias premier sprint race, the Group 1 Winterbottom Stakes (1200m) at Ascot on December 1. 

The Chris Meagher trained mare won the Listed Hinkler Handicap (1200m) in Brisbane during the winter and also ran fourth in the Group 1 Tattersall’s Tiara (1350m). 

She has some residual fitness so we are thinking about running her first-up in the Moir Stakes (A Group 1 over 1000m at Moonee Valley on September 28), said owner Grant Morgan of Ontrack Thoroughbreds.

However, her main target this preparation will be the Winterbottom in Perth.

A winner of 7 races, including the Group 2 Angus Armanasco Stakes (1400m), SAVANNA AMOUR (pictured) has earned her connections over $630,000 from just 17 starts, a great return on her $100,000 yearling purchase price at the 2015 Inglis Classic Sale. 

LOVE CONQUERS ALL has sired 15 individual winners and has $483,090 in progeny earnings for the 2018/19 season, which places him 27th on the Australian General Sires table.

 

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4 days ago

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SUN BLOODSTOCK PURCHASE GROUP 3 WINNING FILLY
A new record was set at the 2018 Goffs Champions Sale at Leopardstown on the weekend when Sun Bloodstock went to €500,000 to secure Group 3 winner CIMEARA.

Catalogued as Lot 4, the three-year-old filly, by Vocalised out of the Galileo mare Gold Mirage, is a winner of 4 races from just 7 career starts and carries an official rating of 102.

A progressive filly, CIMEARA is a winner of her last two starts - the Group 3 Stanerra Stakes and Listed Vinnie Roe Stakes, both at Leopardstown and over the 2800m distance.

CIMEARA will remain in the Jim Bolger stable and has been entered for a Group race on Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe day in October.

Her 2019 campaign will be aimed at qualifying her for the rich staying events in Australia.
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SUN BLOODSTOCK PURCHASE GROUP 3 WINNING FILLY
A new record was set at the 2018 Goffs Champions Sale at Leopardstown on the weekend when Sun Bloodstock went to €500,000 to secure Group 3 winner CIMEARA.

Catalogued as Lot 4, the three-year-old filly, by Vocalised out of the Galileo mare Gold Mirage, is a winner of 4 races from just 7 career starts and carries an official rating of 102.

A progressive filly, CIMEARA is a winner of her last two starts - the Group 3 Stanerra Stakes and Listed Vinnie Roe Stakes, both at Leopardstown and over the 2800m distance.

CIMEARA will remain in the Jim Bolger stable and has been entered for a Group race on Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe day in October.  

Her 2019 campaign will be aimed at qualifying her for the rich staying events in Australia.
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