• A Lot – Ace’s Wish (Oratorio) filly

    First foal.  Dam scored at Ascot & Belmont among 5 career wins for trainer Bruce Watkins.  Second-dam Dream Of Storms (Metal Storm) won 5 in a row at Bunbury, Ascot and Pinjarra for Watkins in 2002.

  • Snippetson – Pearlesque (Statoblest) filly | Scenic Lodge

    Half-sister to Friar Fox who was the 38th stakes winner for Blackfriars in the 2018 Natasha Stakes.  Their dam Pearlesque won two in a row at Ascot for trainer David Rudland and she also foaled a Blackfriars filly last year.

  • Playing God – Wild Ruby (Vital Equine) filly | Mungrup Stud

    First foal of a mare who won a half-dozen races in the Great Southern for trainer Gene Killick.  Second-dam Wild Storm (Metal Storm) also threw Due Sasso city winners You Watching Me and Silver Trace – the latter was stakes-placed in a Perth Magic Millions 2YO Classis.

  • Universal Ruler – Lob City (Vital Equine) colt

    First foal from a mare who won an Ascot nursery on debut in December 2016.  Second dam Yellow Moon (Giant’s Causeway) won at Belmont as did third-dam Terlingua Light (Catrail).

  • Oratorio – Danehill’s Daughter (Danehill Express) filly

    First foal of a mare who won four in a row at Belmont for trainer Stephen Rowe.  Second-dam Global Gift (Don’t Say Halo) won on debut at Belmont in a two-start career for Lex & Shirley Piper.  Her older half-sister Global Impact won a G3 Belmont Sprint.

  • Universal Ruler – Wild Stratus (Hurricane Sky) colt | Peter Bell

    Wild Stratus won her first three starts at Bunbury, Ascot and Belmont for Peter Bell and Ron & Ryan Meadowcroft.  She was bred by Scenic Lodge general manager Jeremy Smith from 1998 Sheila Gwynne Stakes winner Bella Diva.  Her first foal a yearling filly by Snippetson.

  • A Lot – Cadenza (Oratorio) filly | Mungrup Stud

    First crop daughter of A Lot (USA) and first live foal from a mare who won the 2014 Perth Magic Millions 2YO Classic.  Cadenza was also runner-up the LR Gimcrack Stakes and was still wining in town as a 4yo mare for trainer Dan Morton.

  • Snippetson – Secret Nova (So Secret) filly | John Maas

    Dam completed an Ascot hat-trick for owners John & Jenny Maas in February 2016.  She earned over $230,000 before retiring to stud in 2017.  Her first foal is a yearling colt from the final crop by Blackfriars.

  • Oratorio – Miss Lawrence (Myboycharlie) filly

    First foal.  Dam commenced her career with wins at Pinjarra and Mt Barker and she was placed another four times in town from just 8 starts for trainer Steve Wolfe.  She is a half-sister to Group 3 winners Cosmic Force (ATC Pago Pago Stakes) and Onemorezeta (VRC Red Roses Stakes).

  • Universal Ruler – Royal Secret (Canny Lad) colt | Scenic Lodge

    First foal in three years for Peters Investments-bred mare who has already foaled Ascot winner Royal Statue (Statue Of Liberty).  Second-dam Lady Belvedere (Royal Academy) won a LR Australia Day Stakes.