SUN STUD

VICTORIA’S PREMIER STALLION FARM

Sun Stud has announced its stallion fees for 2019 with the exciting addition of Champion 2YO, National Defense, to Victoria’s premier lineup.

 

Winning his Group One by nearly 5 lengths and his debut by 6, National Defense hails from an outstanding black type family and, importantly, is a son of Champion Sire and Sire of Sires, Invincible Spirit.

 

Shuttling between Sun Stud and the Irish National Stud, where he served a tremendous opening book of mares, National Defense stood alongside Invincible Spirit, who is currently the sire of 120 stakes winners, while his sons include the phenomenal I Am Invincible (who recently equaled the feats of Snitzel and Danehill with 26 stakes winners in a season).

 

“We’ve been looking for a Champion 2YO by Invincible Spirit and believe National Defense is definitely the chosen son,” Irish National Stud CEO, Cathal Beale points out.

 

National Defense joins a roster of 10 at Sun Stud for this spring – an ideal mix of proven, rising and promising.

 

“National Defense was a brilliant juvenile who absolutely streeted his rivals and, not only is he an outstanding type, he’s by one of the most influential sires in the world,” Sun Stud’s Sales & Nominations Manager, Mark Lindsay, explains. “We couldn’t be happier with the ‘team’ for 2019 and the National Defense announcement comes off the back of terrific results recently from Sun Stud stallions such as Fiorente, who this month notched up his third stakes winner with the Lindsay Park trained 2YO, Power Scheme.

 

“Sun Stud will again offer the best terms available to breeders, with no payment due until live foal.”

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National Defense

Coming 2019

2 days ago

Sun Stud

ANOTHER 1⃣0⃣0⃣ FOR BEL
Sun Stud’s perennial champ, BEL ESPRIT has again notched up 100 individual winners for the season with promising 3YO, Ashrad, leading throughout to notch up his maiden win at Wangaratta on Sunday.
Although he has gained global attention as the sire of racing immortal, Black Caviar, it’s worth noting that Bel Esprit has sired 682 winners in 11 countries – at a strike rate of 68%! – with over $68 million in progeny earnings. Indeed, his $5.65 million in earnings this season again place him among Australia’s Top 20 active sires.
Meanwhile, 2019 stakes winners such as Tactical Advantage and Belwazi are just two of Bel Esprit’s 52 stakes horses, which also include Group One winners Bel Mer and Bel Sprinter.
With consistency being the key, Bel Esprit has produced – on average – 130 winners a year world-wide for the past 10 seasons and is rapidly gaining currency as a broodmare sire too, particularly in light of the 2019 deeds of Hong Kong Horse of the Year, Beauty Generation, Group One winner Costa Viva and 15 other stakes horses.
Still hugely popular with breeders, Bel Esprit covered 95 mares last season and stands at Sun Stud in 2019 at a fee of $11,000 with no payment until live foal.
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ANOTHER 1⃣0⃣0⃣ FOR BEL
Sun Stud’s perennial champ, BEL ESPRIT has again notched up 100 individual winners for the season with promising 3YO, Ashrad, leading throughout to notch up his maiden win at Wangaratta on Sunday.
Although he has gained global attention as the sire of racing immortal, Black Caviar, it’s worth noting that Bel Esprit has sired 682 winners in 11 countries – at a strike rate of 68%! – with over $68 million in progeny earnings. Indeed, his $5.65 million in earnings this season again place him among Australia’s Top 20 active sires.
Meanwhile, 2019 stakes winners such as Tactical Advantage and Belwazi are just two of Bel Esprit’s 52 stakes horses, which also include Group One winners Bel Mer and Bel Sprinter.
With consistency being the key, Bel Esprit has produced – on average – 130 winners a year world-wide for the past 10 seasons and is rapidly gaining currency as a broodmare sire too, particularly in light of the 2019 deeds of Hong Kong Horse of the Year, Beauty Generation, Group One winner Costa Viva and 15 other stakes horses.
Still hugely popular with breeders, Bel Esprit covered 95 mares last season and stands at Sun Stud in 2019 at a fee of $11,000 with no payment until live foal. 
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2 days ago

Sun Stud

Congratulations BEL ESPRIT on recording 1⃣0⃣0⃣ individual winners for the 2018/19 season!
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Congratulations BEL ESPRIT on recording 1⃣0⃣0⃣ individual winners for the 2018/19 season!
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Awesome......congrats Bel Esprit.....

A great breed. We have got 2 mares with that breeding

2 days ago

Sun Stud

INTERNATIONAL GROUP ONE SUCCESS FOR SUN BLOODSTOCK

Poised to welcome European Group One winning 2YO NATIONAL DEFENSE to the Sun Stud stallion ranks in 2019, the Sun Bloodstock colours have again been flown on the global stage with SUN MARSHAL capturing the S$1 million Group One Singapore Turf Club Derby over 1800m at Kranji Racecourse on Sunday.
In a thrilling finish, the Lee Freedman trained, Sun Marshal held on gallantly to hold off all challengers, notching up his fourth win. Sun Marshal had raced previously in Australia, winning by nearly 5 lengths at Caulfield and finishing a lip second to Heavenly Thought in the Group Two Grand Prix at Doomben.
A son of Sepoy, Sun Marshal is related to Champion Sire, Fastnet Rock and was selected by Sun Bloodstock from the Element Hill Horse Stud draft at the 2016 Gold Coast Magic Millions Yearling Sale. Jasper Choy
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Did you name this one Phil Marshall

3 days ago

Sun Stud

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SQUAMOSA ... anyway, back to the original point ... compare the pair!

 

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He's somehow still flying under the radar. Let's not forget the quality of Mare he's received compared to some of the more fancied Stallions. Huge difference and exceptional results considering.

Love our Squamosa filly!

Ross Taylor

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