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Rosemont’s New Million Dollar Man!

James Tzaferis – Racing.com 23 October, 2020 Iconoclasm confirmed his place as the poster boy for Victoria’s VOBIS scheme with a third straight win in the lucrative VOBIS Gold Star (1500m) at The Valley on Friday night. Danny O’Brien’s son of Toorak Toff smashed through the $1 million prizemoney mark with victory over Galaxy Raider...
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Rosemont Filly is Brilliant in Inglis Banner!

Breednet – Saturday October 24 Today’s $500,000 Listed Inglis Banner winner Sneaky Five was named the moment Rosemont’s Anthony Mithen and Nigel Austin bought her at this year’s Premier Yearling Sale.   Sneaky Five in a class of her own (Racing Photos) As Mithen tells the story: “We had a limit of $300,000 but got...
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IT’S ME Remains PERFECT – 4 from 4!

Mark Smith – Breednet – Saturday October 17 There was plenty against the favourite It’s Me in Saturday’s $1,300,000 The Kosciuszko (1200m) at Randwick. However, this undefeated daughter of Shamus Award is a class apart. Photo – (Steve Hart) Earlier in the week, It’s Me had to pass a vet check when she was found...
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RISING STAR FOR NOSTRADAMUS SOLD TO CHRIS WALLER STABLE

Classy Nostradamus filly Tinker McPhee has been sold to the Chris Waller stable, but Kiwi race fans will see a little bit more of the 3yo in coming weeks. She is set to line up one of the favourites in the G3 Soliloquy Stakes at Te Rapa on Saturday before taking her place in the...
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Ninth Stakeswinner For Shamus Award

Courtesy ANZ Bloodstock The hot run of form by Rosemont Stud’s recruit Shamus Award (Snitzel), the sire of three stakes winners already this season including Saturday’s Toorak Handicap (Gr 1, 1600m) scorer Mr Quickie, continued on the middle day of the Caulfield Cup carnival with two victories yesterday. The Cox Plate (Gr 1, 2040m)-winning stallion...
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A Diamond Day For Rosemont With G1 Glory

Story from TBV After going more than 12 months winless, the Rosemont Stud bred Mr Quickie added his second Group 1 to his 23 race career with victory in the Toorak Handicap (1600m) at Caulfield on Saturday. The victory was perhaps a little bit more thrilling and significant for Rosemont’s Anthony Mithen and his brother-in-law...
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Nostradamus Rising NZ Star set for G1 Guineas

It appears quite obvious that Nostradamus star Western Australian filly Clairvoyance isn’t just a one-hit wonder for the stallion. While Clairvoyance again dominated rivals in the west on Saturday to gain a 100-plus rating from form expert Daniel O’Sullivan – her third such rating in four race starts – in NZ Tinker McPhee (Nostradamus –...
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Swats THAT was Impressive!

Mark Smith (BREEDNET) – Friday September 25 A luckless second in the Cap D’Antibes Stakes at Flemington on her seasonal debut on September 13, the Leon and Troy Corstens-trained Swats That overcame a tough run to ring up her first stakes win in Friday night’s Group 3 Scarborough Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley. Ridden by...
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What a Weekend For Shamus Award

By MARK SMITH of Racenet   It may have been lost in the plethora of stakes races on Saturday however the results of Shamus Award should be noted as he had four winners, two seconds and a third from eight starters on the day. They include a pair of hugely impressive winners at Randwick with the...
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Sale Topping Starspangledbanner colt

The Goffs UK Premier Yearling Sale signalled the beginning of the European yearling sales circuit and a colt by Rosemont Stud shuttler Starspangledbanner (Choisir) was the headline act on day one as Richard Ryan went to £170,000 (A$310,000) to secure the youngster from the Coulonces Sales draft, who will head into training with Roger Varian....
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Spring Is in The Air

Spring is in the Air The first serious Group I Saturday of spring racing in Victoria gave promise of a great things to come this season for one of Victoria’s best stallions. Winner of the 2013 Cox Plate, Rosemont Stud’s Shamus Award has emerged as the most successful son of champion sire Snitzel and the...
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ROSEMONT KICKS OFF G1 RACING WITH TWO CHANCES OF GRADUATE SUCCESS

It’s group one racing at Caulfield today and while we can’t be there on track Rosemont can’t wait for the spring to start. In what is quite an achievement for the farm Rosemont will settle up to homegrown horses in the first of the group ones of the new season in Melbourne. Stalwart for Toorak...
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