• Snippetson – Belavynshi (Savabeel) colt / Touchstone Farm

    Third foal out of a three-quarter sister G1 Cox Plate winner Maldivian.  Belavynshi has a 2yo named Salubrious (Wanted) that was knocked down to Dion Luciani for $40,000 at the Perth Magic Millions in February.  She also has a yearling filly by Touchstone sire Planet Five.

  • Trade Fair – Shake Shake Shake (Choisir) filly / Touchstone Farm

    Dam a winning half-sister to Pago Rock (LR Sir John Monash Stakes) & Rock My Pago (LR Belmont Oaks).  Her Dane Shadow colt was a $62,000 buy for Gino Poletti at the 2016 Perth Magic Millions.

  • Alfred Nobel – Absolute Pleasure (Trade Fair) colt / Touchstone Farm

    From a city winning mare who was placed in the 2010 Karrakatta Plate.  Her first foal Turbo Power is a 2yo colt by Vital Equine and cost Neville Parnham $36,000 from the Touchstone Farm draft at this year’s Perth Magic Millions.

  • Ouqba – Caribbean Lady (Old Spice) colt / Heytesbury Stud

    Chestnut colt by G3 Royal Ascot Jersey Stakes winner Ouqba (GB), a son of Red Ransom, whose first crop will start racing this season.  Dam was a York winner for Bob Peters and is a half-sister to G2 Perth cup winner Crown Prosecutor.  It’s the NZ family of Le Filou mare Clearaway and her Colin Hayes trained classic winner Clear Prince (Ruantallan).

  • Dalakhani – Long Stem Red (Danehill) filly / Geisel Park

    An absolute ripper and a pleasure to have on the farm.  Group 1 racehorse and sire Dalakhani shuttled to Australia and has since been pensioned by the Aga Khan.  Long Stem Red won at Rosehill for Marc Conners and is a daughter of G1 Coolmore Classic winner Camino Rose.

  • Declaration Of War – Belle Volo (Flying Spur) filly / Geisel Park

    Beautiful-natured little lady and a neat package.  By Coolmore Stud’s Group 1 winning Royal Ascot shuttler Declaration Of War and will furnish into a lovely type.  Her dam is a winning daughter of Melbourne stakes winner La Sirenuse who hails from family of Group 1 WA bred gallopers Rogan Josh & Machine Gun Tom.

  • All American – Husslew (Hussonet) filly / Geisel Park

    The only All American foal on the property this season and Geisel Park studmaster Conor Dunlop reckons you would go a long way to see a better maiden foal.  Her dam Husslew was purchased from Lindsay Park and is a half-sister to G3 Silver Shadow Stakes winner Deer Valley (Lonhro).

  • Snippetson – All Keyed Up (Key Business) filly / Darling View Thoroughbreds

    By Scenic Lodge sire Snippetson from a mare who won numerous sprints in Perth and was also fourth in a G3 Ernest Lee-Steere Classic.  Her 3yo brother Fraternize was second on debut at Pinjarra in July for Darling View’s Atwell family.

  • My Admiration – Roikenn (Don’t Say Halo) colt / Darling View Thoroughbreds

    First-crop colt by Westbury Park stallion My Admiration who was a Group 2 winner in Hong Kong.  His dam’s first two foals – Terrorize & Aluminize – have won and the third is unraced 3yo gelding Centralize who is on the books with David Harrison.

  • City Place – Ruby Blue Eyes (Patronize) filly / Darling View Thoroughbreds

    City Place (USA) sired this filly from his second southern crop at Yarradale Stud.  She’s the first foal of Ruby Blue Eyes who was placed twice at Ascot in just 5 starts for trainer David Harrison.  It’s the family of Give Me A Chance won 6 races in town and was also runner-up in a G2 Perth Cup.