Rosemont Stud News

Spirit Of Boom colt sets new VOBIS Gold record

A Spirit of Boom colt today became the highest-priced horse ever sold at an Inglis VOBIS Gold Yearling Sale. Offered by Rosemont Stud, Lot 248 (Spirit of Boom x Moxie Doll) was the subject of a fierce bidding duel before eventually selling to Gelagotis Racing and Anthony Panozzo for $120,000. “The stallion is doing incredible...
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Rosemont Stud’s Snitzel colt tops Inglis Premier day three

Snitzel (Redoute’s Choice) three-quarter brother to Group One-winning sprinter Snitzerland set the ring alight on Day Three of a record-breaking Inglis Premier Yearling Sale yesterday, selling for $625,000 to Sun Stud. The second highest-priced yearling of the sale, the Rosemont Stud-consigned Snitzel colt is the second foal out of Consistency (All Bar None), a half-sister...
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What’s up, Doc – the Australian Guineas

In the 2016 Group Three CS Hayes Stakes, Palentino was first across the line but ultimately relegated to second following a successful protest from Tivachi’s jockey. Palentino then went on to capture the Group One Australian Guineas at his next start, this time surviving a protest from the runner up, Tarzino. Hey Doc didn’t win...
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Phillip Stokes sets sights on Group 1 Goodwood with Nostradamus

Just like the prophet carrying the same name, Phillip Stokes predicted big things for enigmatic sprinter Nostradamus when he joined his Morphettville stables earlier in the year. And that forecast was, at least in part, fulfilled on Saturday when the high-class four-year-old stormed home to claim a last-stride win over gallant local mare I Am...
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Barrells of class

Rosemont Stud boss Anthony Mithen says the ‘market has it wrong’ ahead of tomorrow’s Group 1 New Zealand Derby (2400m) at Ellerslie. Pre-post markets have the Murray Baker-trained Mongolian Khan as favourite just ahead of Volkstok’n’barrell whom Mithen bought into the son of Tavistock late last year. Volkstock’n’barrell had won five of his six starts...
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Starspangledbanner takes the first season sire title on the Gold Coast

With six sold during the premium sessions of the 2014 Magic Millions Yearling Sales (Days 1 to 4) on the Gold Coast, Rosemont Stud’s Starspangledbanner came up trumps, leading all first season sires on average yearling sale price. With his best result being $240,000 for Lot 67 out of She’s Alluring, the colt was purchased...
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