Tudor, pictured as a yearling, stepped out at midweek city class last Wednesday at Bendigo in a 3yo race for colts and geldings over 1,100m. Tudor was taken to the lead by apprentice Jake Bayliss setting up an opportunity to display his turn of foot. He did not disappoint and stole a race winning break from the bend. Runner up Fast Cash was not comfortable racing along the fence inside runners and was taken back and then outside to the better part of the track. The Wendy Kelly trained gelding stormed home impressively and looks like a horse with a bright future. Tudor held off the late finisher to win by more than a length. The race carried Super VOBIS and VOBIS Gold bonuses. Tudor collected bonuses and prize money totalling $42,000.
Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm bred Tudor is by Strategic from Encosta de Lago mare Skidoodle. Skidoodle’s first foal is 5yo Velonski by Falvelon. Velonski, pictured as a two year old courtesy of previous part owner Karen Hyland, won on just the day prior at Mackay. It was his first race in his new stable for trainer Phillip Pengelly. Although only small he again proved his toughness carrying 59kgs to victory. Velonski has now won five races and earned more than $130,000.
Ricky Maund explained his decision to send Coupe Express to Morphettville yesterday, “She is racing in her career best form and deserves a chance at city grade”. It proved to be a winning decision. “Even though she has won two of her recent starts from the front I let Todd know that she didn’t have to be ridden forward”.
Coupe Express jumped well in the 0-82 mares race over 1,200 metres, but Todd Pannell didn’t push her in the early stages, and that decision allowed her to be strong in the closing stages. Finishing fast she bobbed her head when it mattered to edge out Kill Bill who ran a game second. Race Replay R4 Morphettville 05 July 14
The win was Lauriston Throughbred Farm’s Coupe Express’ sixth – her third victory from her last five starts and took her career earnings to more than $90,000.
Coupe Express was not the only horse in the orange and green to salute yesterday. Equissential resumed after a lengthy break at Toowoomba in a benchmark 75 race over 1,200 metres. With apprentice Emma Ljung up the rising 7yo bullocked his way into clear running room before powering to the line to win by over a length.
It was the eighth win for the Neville Saunders trained gelding and raised his prize money beyond $330,000. “He’s returned in great shape and I’m really looking forward to this preparation”.
Coupe Express was quickest to jump from the the wide gate in the 64 benchmark rated Swan Hill race for fillies and mares over 1,300m on Saturday. Dean Holland allowed her to cross and lead to the bend. After the turn Dean took the Ricky Maund trained mare off the fence into the better going. Coupe Express remained strong to the line to win by more than two lengths.
Coupe Express was bred at Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm. It was her second win from her last three starts.
Gordon Richards trained Stimulatte (pictured as a yearling) won his second race and first at city level when he claimed the 3rd at Morphettville yesterday – a 3yo handicap over 1,550 metres. Settling toward the rear, Amy Herrmann brought Stimulatte around the field to comfortably win the event.
Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm bred Stimulatte was purchased by Richards from Lauriston’s draft at the 2012 Magic Millions Adelaide sale.
Trainer Mick Price thought highly enough of Cailin Miss to send her to Adelaide to contest the Listed Oaklands plate for 2yos over a mile yesterday in just her second start.
Cailin Miss was slow away. During the early stages Dean Yendall was happy to settle her at the rear of the field. At the 600 metre mark Dean began to push her into the race and Cailin Miss responded circling the field. After straightening she loomed up to the odds on race favourite Royal Standing and the two looked set for a competitive battle down the straight. In the final stages Cailin Miss drew away to win by more than two lengths with Light Up Manhattan another 3 lengths away in third. The win earned the filly black type. Race 3 replay Morphettville 03/05/14
After the race Mick Price indicated that the filly would be spelled and set for the VRC Oaks.
Cailin Miss by Domesday from Mossman mare Partygoer was bred by Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm and sold to Mick Price at Inglis’ Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale in 2013. She became the third city winner from that draft. Previously 2yos Barnato (Redoute’s Choice x Glimmers) and Ms Mazetti (Lohnro x Amarazeti) had won at Singapore and Caulfield respectively.
Cailin Miss’s dam Partygoer is in foal to Choisir.
Cailin Miss was the first Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm bred yearling purchased by Mick Price. At this year’s Sydney Easter sale Mick purchased two from Lauriston’s draft. They were the More Than Ready filly from Amarazetti (a half sister to Ms. Mazetti) and a Starcraft colt out of Acceleration (a half brother to recent winner Leadfoot).
Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm are proud to be presenting a draft of eight quality yearlings at the 2014 Inglis VOBIS Gold Sale.
The draft will be available for inspection from Friday 25th April
Four of the yearlings will be stabled in Barn D Stables 89-92, while the four yearlings that comprise the supplementary catalogue to be offered at the conclusion of Day 1, Sunday 27th April will be stabled in Barn C stables 121-124.
Three of the yearlings in the supplementary catalogue were withdrawn from Melbourne’s Premier Sale earlier in the year.
Lot 31 Brown Colt Turffontein x Bloomin Marvellous
This well balanced strong colt by two time Group one winner Turffontein is from a half sister to Grand Taj and Esprit de Roses and the family of Innovation Girl.
Lot 107 Bay Colt Magnus x Here For Glory
This leggy colt is inbred 3×4 to the good stallion Lunchtime. His Group one winning sire – Magnus is a prolific producer of winners and he is from stakes placed Dehere mare Here For Glory. Here For Glory is a half sister to stakes winner British Lion who is the dam of the consistent black type performer British General.
Lot 233 Bay Colt Domesday x Specatcula
This strong colt is by Domesday – sire of Pressday, Doctor Doom, Divorces, etc. His dam Spectacula, a daughter of Testa Rossa, is a city winning mare who won twice as a 2yo.
Lot 243 Chestnut Filly Soldier’s Tale x Tendue
This filly by Group 1 winning sprinter Soldier’s Tale is from General Nediym mare Tendue. Tendue is the dam of multiple city winner and Group 3 performer Alcohol.
Lauriston’s Supplementary draft. Barn C – Stables 121-124
Lot 390 Bay Colt Artie Schiller (USA) x Blue Venus
This athletic colt by Breeder’s Cup winner Artie Schiller is from the family of Natural Tycoon and Vormista. He is a half brother to seven time winner Blue Light.
Lot 391 Chestnut Colt Foreplay x Gal Express
This leggy colt by successful sire Foreplay is from Success Express mare Gal Express. Four of this colt’s siblings have raced. All are winners including thrice listed placegetter Timely Truce.
Lot 392 Bay Filly Charge Forward x Paramount
This powerful filly by popular stallion Charge Forward is the first living foal from Paramount. Paramount is a full sister to Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap winning mare La Montagna.
Lot 393 Bay Filly Flying Spur x Pride of Encosta
This attractive filly by Australian Champion Sire Flying Spur is from the highly regarded family of Pride Of Ingenue – dam of Atapi who finished top four at Group 1 level on eight occasions.
The Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale concluded on Thursday with five yearlings comprising of Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm’s supplementary additions. The yearlings had previously been withdrawn from Inglis’ Melbourne’s Premier yearling sale due to a quarantine issue that was subsequently averted.
Combined with yearlings already entered into the main session at Easter, Lauriston’s final draft at Inglis’ Easter Yearling Sale totaled seven yearlings.
Among the draft was lot 28 – a grey colt by Street Cry form champion race mare Gold Edition. The colt was purchased by Darley.
Two yearlings will join Mick Price’s team – lot 310 a strong More Than Ready filly from stakes placed mare Amarazetti and lot 551 a Starcraft colt from Acceleration.
Lot 553 was a striking chestnut filly that caught a lot of attention. After strong bids she was knocked down to Flemington Bloodstock Agency/Corstens Racing.
The last lot through the sale was a Snitzel colt out of Venus. This colt was purchased by Blue Sky Bloodstock FBAA/Dean Hawthorne Bloodstock to be trained by Gerald Ryan.
Lot 554 by Exceed and Excel from Show Stealer was snapped up by Darren Dance’s Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock.
|Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm’s Inglis Easter Yearling Sale Results
||More Than Ready
||M Price Racing & Breeding
||M Price Racing & Breeding
||Encosta de Lago
||Not a Single Doubt
||Flemington Bloodstock Agency/Corstens Racing
||Exceed and Excel
||Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock/BBA Ireland
||Blue Sky Bloodstock/Dean Hawthorne Bloodstock
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Lot 28 Grey Colt Street Cry x Gold Edition
This strong colt by champion sire Street Cry is from Gold Edition. Multiple Group 1 winner Gold Edition won 17 races and earned more than $3 million. She was rated the top Australasian 3yo sprinter and top Australasian 3yo filly in 2006-07 racing year.
This colt bears a striking resemblance to his dam.
Lot 310 Bay Filly More Than Ready x Amarazetti
This powerful filly by champion 2yo sire More Than Ready is from Amarazetti. Amarazetti was a sprinter who performed regularly at
city level winning more than $250,000. As an early 2yo, Amarazetti finished runner up in the Group 3 Blue Diamond Fillies Prelude.
Lot 551 Bay Colt Starcraft x Acceleration
This athletic colt by Group 1 Australian Derby winner Starcraft is from Encosta de Lago mare Acceleration – a regular city grade performer who was runner-up at listed level and won more than $180,000.
Lot 552 Bay/Brn Filly Encosta de Lago x Complete Control
This well grown filly by two time Australian champion sire Encosta
de Lago is the first foal from Rubiton mare Complete Control. Complete Control won more than $130,000 and is the half-sister
to multiple black type winners including General Truce.
Lot 553 Chestnut Filly Not a Single Doubt x Emilydelago
This strong filly by boom sire Not A Single Doubt is the third foal
from Encosta de Lago mare Emilydelago. Emilydelago is a half
sister to Group winner Shanghai Warrior. Her first two foals are
both winners including city winner and stakes placed Zellindi.
Lot 554 Bay Filly Exceed and Excel x Show Stealer
This quality filly by Australia’s champion sire Exceed and Excel is
the first foal from Show Stealer. Show Stealer competed at city
level winning her last three race starts. She is a half-sister to
Group 2 winner Great Crusader and other black type performers. Show Stealer is also a half-sister to the dam of 2013 Magic Millions
2yo classic winner Real Surreal and Group winner Benny’s Buttons.
Lot 555 Brown Colt Snitzel x Venus
This attractive colt by Australia’s leading sire Snitzel is from Venus -
a daughter of the well-related stakes placed Stormette who has
begun a black type dynasty of her own. Venus herself is a half-sister
to a Group 1 winning stallion.
Singapore’s first 2yo race for the season was held at Kranji yesterday. The 1000m race was the first leg of a six race 2yo series culminating in the Group2 Aushorse Golden Horseshoe.
Among the ten horse field was Barnato – a son of Redoute’s Choice and a three quarter brother to Australia’s top rated 3yo sprinter and top rated 3yo filly for 2006-07 – Gold Edition. Barnato was purchased by Derek Brugman for Markus Jooste’s Nordic Racing & Breeding from Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm’s draft at the 2013 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale.
Barnato jumped well and jockey Vagner Leal positioned him just outside the two race leaders. The debutant was a little erratic in the straight but was strong in the final stages to win by three quarters of a length.
Replay: Singapore Race 5 23/04/14
“When you ride a good horse like this, it’s very easy. There’s a lot of speed in this horse and he has a lot of potential,” said Leal after the race.
Barnato, owned by the Saffa Stable, is trained by Patrick Shaw. “I felt the 1000m would be a bit sharp for him. He doesn’t look like a 1000m horse and we will send him out further.”
Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm will be offering Lot 28 at Inglis’ Easter sale. The grey colt by Street Cry is from Barnato’s three quarter sister Gold Edition.
Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm is pleased to announce that five of the yearlings withdrawn from the Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale will now be presented as a Supplementary Draft at the conclusion of the Inglis Easter Yearling Sale, Session 2 on 10 April 2014.
Along with the two Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm lots originally selected for the Easter 1 session, we will be offering the five lots transferred from the Melbourne Premier Sale.
Tue 8 Lot 28 Grey Colt Street Cry Gold Edition B & V*
Wed 9 Lot 310 Bay Filly More Than Ready Amarazetti B & V*
Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm Supplementary Lots:
Thu 10 Lot 551 Bay Colt Starcraft Acceleration B & V*
Thu 10 Lot 552 Bay/Brn Filly Encosta de Lago Complete Control B & V*
Thu 10 Lot 553 Ch Filly Not A Single Doubt Emilydelago B & V*
Thu 10 Lot 554 Bay Filly Exceed and Excel Show Stealer B & V*
Thu 10 Lot 555 Brn Colt Snitzel Venus B *
* B = Bobs Eligible, V = Super Vobis Qualified
All these yearlings will be paraded and available for inspection at the Newmarket sales complex from 02 April. They will be stabled in Stable 2, Row C.
In the meantime you are invited to inspect, by appointment, these young horses at our farm at Corinella prior to their departure.
All at Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm express our deep felt gratitude to the Inglis Sales Company for providing us with this opportunity.
James O’Brien Operations Manager
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