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Spirit Of Boom- What a start!

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Spirit Of Boom- Race Record

(in Australia)

Age Runs 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings
2 6 3 2 - A$249,400
3 11 1 2 1 A$116,750
4 10 2 1 1 A$365,750
5 13 - 3 3 A$340,800
6 12 3 6 1 A$1,340,200
Totals: 52 9 14 6 A$2,412,900

Commenced stud duties in Australia in 2014
His oldest progeny will be 2YOs in 2017-18

Analysis by Crop

Crop Foals Rnrs Wnrs Wins SW (GW) SWs(GWs) A$
15/16 115 15 6 8 3 3 479,612
Totals 115 15 6 8 3 3 479,612

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38 minutes ago, jess said:

Do you know off what service fee Nasrullah? 

$11,000

Included in the 6 winners are 3 Listed winners.

 Amazing start will be interesting whether he can follow through with it, his best race form himself was as a 6yo!

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Name the stallions at stud in New Zealand that have had over 25 starts, were Group One winners and were rated above Timeform 120?

A lot to be said for consistency and soundness.

Beastmode by Spirit Of Boom, Race 2 Ellerslie is one to watch today.

 

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Many of today’s best young racehorses are retiring prematurely due to injuries and unsoundness. It doesn't necessarily mean they won't make a successful stallion. 

Name the stallions at stud in New Zealand that have had over 25 starts, were Group One winners and were rated above Timeform 120?

No particular order and have not checked which stallion I may have missed-

Sacred Falls 27 starts for 9 wins

Puccini 57 starts for 8 wins

Jakkalberry 29 starts for 12 wins

Preferment 29 starts for 5 wins

Jimmy Choux 26 starts for 12 wins

Consider as a 2-year-old, Man o’ War began his career with 4 starts in just 18 days, once on a single day’s rest. Seabiscuit raced an incredible 35 times at two, but didn’t reach his prime until age 5. Citation won 19 times at age three, including the Kentucky Derby on three days rest and the Jockey Club Gold Cup on just two days rest. Native Dancer won four races in a one month at Saratoga.

 

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Big increase in service fee for Spirit of Boom - up to $A$55,000 for 2018. Covered 191 Mares last season.

11 winners from 35 starters in his first crop - inc. Kinky Boom, Ef Troop, Outback Barbie, Jonker.

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23 minutes ago, Ohokaman said:

Big increase in service fee for Spirit of Boom - up to $A$55,000 for 2018. Covered 191 Mares last season.

11 winners from 35 starters in his first crop - inc. Kinky Boom, Ef Troop, Outback Barbie, Jonker.

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And those so well informed, industry shaping, dedicated followers of fashion will be falling over themselves to get a booking...you go get 'em boy.......as we say, smile and take their money!

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Nice work if you can get it....;)

Arrowfield also announced champion stallion Redoute's Choice will serve a limited book of mares at $137,500.

Arrowfield stalion roster and fees for 2018 are;

SNITZEL (Redoute's Choice-Snippets' Lass) $220,000
REDOUTE'S CHOICE (Danehill- Shantha's Choice) $137,500
NOT A SINGLE DOUBT (Redoute's Choice-Singles Bar) $99,000
MAURICE (JPN) (Screen Hero-Mejiro Frances) $33,000
SHALAA (IRE) (Invincible Spirit-Ghurra) $33,000
(IT’S A) DUNDEEL (NZ) (High Chaparral-Stareel) $27,500
PARIAH - (Redoute's Choice-Secluded) $22,000
REAL IMPACT (JPN) (Deep Impact-Tokio Reality) $19,250
OLYMPIC GLORY (IRE) (Choisir-Acidanthera) $16,500
SCISSOR KICK (Redoute's Choice-Back Pass) $16,500
MIKKI ISLE (JPN) (Deep Impact-Star Isle) $13,750

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