• Sessions – Irish Hut (Quest For Fame) colt | Richard Comben & Paul Officer

    By in-form Oakland Park sire and a half-brother to Perth stakes performer Riasic (Rogano).  Dam is a half-sister to Yarradale Stud mare Heather (G2 Emancipation Stakes) who threw Warwick Farm winner Tulla Touch (Exceed And Excel) and WA provincial winners King Of Hollywood (War Chant) and Frosty Heart (Frost Giant).

  • Vert De Grece – Soliloquy (Trade Fair) colt | Geisel Park

    Second foal of an unraced relation to Burglar of Bamff (G3 Ipswich Cup) & Yodelay (LR Furious Stakes).  Her first is a 2yo colt by All American.

  • Vert De Grece – Glorianna (King Cugat) colt | Geisel Park

    Half-brother to Braggadocios who was placed twice during the winter season at Belmont.  Their dam is an unraced daughter of G2 Tea Rose Stakes winner Glory Girl.  Her 2yo is an All American filly named Can’t Shake You.

  • Vert De Grece – Oh So Regal (Scenic) filly | Conor Dunlop

    Dam bred by the late Len Craddock and is from the immediate family of his brilliant sprinter-milers Jungle Dawn and Jungle Mist.  This filly is a half-sister to McFlirt winners Mac It Is & Jacko The Flirt.

  • Vert De Grece – Fuchsia Lady (Jeune) filly | Geisel Park

    Second-crop daughter of French 2YO Group 1 winner Vert de Grece.  She is a half-sister to Trade Fair mare Fuchsia Bandana (G3 Northerly, G3 Hyperion & G3 Strickland Stakes).  Their dam’s yearling is a filly from the last crop by Trade Fair.

  • All American – Buchanan Girl (Lion Hunter) filly | Mary-Jane Basson

    Full sister to G1 Queensland Derby winner Dark Dream who was sold to Hong Kong for $2.5 million.  Their dam is going back to All American.  “This filly is among the best crop of foals we’ve ever had at Geisel Park,” manager Conor Dunlop said.  “Both our stallions are doing an outstanding job – there isn’t one foal that I would be disappointed about this season.”

  • 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).