have released fees for their 2014 roster of stallions which includes the new
additions English Derby winner Camelot (IRE) and Declaration Of War (USA), the
first son of rising super sire War Front to stand in Australia.
staying prospect Order of the Sun did not enjoy the wet tracks in Sydney at his
recent runs, but the son of champion sire Encosta de Lago returned to form to
give Sun Bloodstock a sensational victory in the Listed VRC St Leger at
Flemington on Friday.
O’Reilly colt Merion was highlighted as a Breednet ‘One to Watch’ when he won on
debut at Bendigo last month and confirmed his potential when beating a competitive
field in the Listed VRC Anzac Day Stakes at Flemington on Friday.
Smaller breeders are vital to the health of Australia's thoroughbred industry, but their numbers have fallen sharply in recent years and many of those still active have cut back on mare numbers for financial reasons.
Stallion owners need the support of smaller breeders, many of whom are responsible for producing top class performers, to fill the books of their sires, so the present situation is of concern to Thoroughbred Breeders Australia, TBNSW, racing administrators, sales companies, owners, trainers and all concerned with the future of our industry.
Caroline Searcy recently questioned a number of smaller breeders, all members of TBNSW, about their involvement, the problems they face and what they see in the future.
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Big Brown (USA) (4),
I Am Invincible (2),
Manhattan Rain (1),
Medaglia D'Oro (USA) (1),
Red Arrow (1),
Red Element (2),
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