• Pitleco – New Addition (Cape Cross) colt

    Kim Loxton bred this colt from New Addition who won 6 races for trainer Hana Dixon including a Belmont sprint in July 2009.  The mare was bred in NZ by Sir Patrick Hogan and is related to Adelaide stakes winner Palace News.

  • Pitleco – Girl Like You (Rory’s Jester) filly

    Pitleco was a $310,000 graduate of the 2008 Inglis Easter Sale but a leg injury prevented the Exceed And Excel colt from racing.  His filly from Girl Like You is a half-sister to several winners including Adelaide stakes performer Seattle Lass (Fraar).

  • Pitleco – Looks Can Deceive (O’Reilly) filly

    Pitleco initially stood at Greenfields Lodge before transferring to Kim Loxton’s Ferrari Breeding & Racing at Serpentine.  This filly is a half-sister to recent Northam maiden winner Banana Boy (Flying Pegasus).

  • Hala Bek – Dafydd (Canny Lad) colt

    Dam is a Woodlands homebred who was based in NSW until served by Hala Bek last year.  Dafydd is a younger sister to Flemington stakes winner Greeting and she has a yearling filly by Widden Stud stallion Tickets.

  • Hala Bek – Supreme Sally (Is It True) filly

    Dam was bred by trainer John Rossi and won races at Belmont (4), Northam & Kalgoorlie.  Supreme Sally also has an unnamed 2yo colt by Hala Bek.  The family goes way back to Champion filly Proud Miss.

  • Dick Turpin – Green Pulse (Dr Green) colt

    First foal for Green Pulse who won at Kalgoorlie last year for trainer Peter Fernie and owner Andrew Inglis after recovering from a knee operation.  The mare was initially purchased by Paul Moroney for $40,000 at the 2010 Inglis Classic yearling sale.

  • Danehill Express – Royal Conquest (Royal Academy) colt

    First foal of a mare related to Group 1 racehorse and sire Keltrice who stood at Rangal Park in Victoria for 18 seasons until his death in 2012.  It’s also the family of Toltrice who put John  Hawkes on the map winning the 1972 Thousand Guineas at Caulfield.

  • Dick Turpin – Cottage Rose (Cheraw) filly

    Half-sister to Group 1 miler El Presidente (Dante’s Fury).  She is just the fourth foal – and the first since 2010 – for breeder Mary Gracie since Cottage Rose foaled the Railway Stakes winner in 2003.    “The mare deserves to go to a stallion like Dick Turpin,” Gracie explained.  “He was obviously top-class and Timeform rated him one of the best three year-olds in Europe.”

  • Oratorio – Southern Comfort (Comfy) filly

    Frank Edwards and his wife May welcomed this filly from Southern Comfort in October.  The mare won five races at double-figure odds and the Perth couple were overdue for a foal by Oratorio.  They were going to breed Southern Comfort’s dam Wild Scenario to Oratorio in 2006 but changed to Comfy.

  • Hala Bek – Toy Of War (Old Spice) colt

    This Hala Bek foal could have a major pedigree update this Saturday when his older half-brother Outlaw Pete (Oratorio) starts in the G3 Lee-Steere Classic at Ascot.  Mungrup mare Toy Of War won 6 races for Key Farm owner Geoff Evans.