Rosemont Stud News

Rosemont Exclusive Online Sale

One of Victoria’s leading thoroughbred operations will present buyers with incredible opportunities following today’s announcement of the Rosemont Stud Exclusive Online Sale on May 25 and 26. Almost 100 lots are catalogued for the unreserved sale, the second to be held on the new online sales platform, Magic Millions Online. A feature of the reduction will be...
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Rosemont Announce 2020 Stallion Roster

ROSEMONT STALLIONS 2020 When you can boast two of Victoria’s best young stallions in addition to one of the best value, proven sires in the land, the cause for optimism at Rosemont Stud leading into the 2020 Breeding Season is justifiably deserved. New recruit SHAMUS AWARD (Snitzel) has enjoyed a stellar twelve months highlighted by...
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Starcraft on Top At Magic Millions

By Tara Madgwick courtesy of BREEDNET   Magic Millions 2020 has been well covered but we always find it interesting to take a look at the sires that returned the most profit for their supporters in terms of multiple of fee and straight profit. Turning 20 this year, Rosemont Stud’s Starcraft topped the list by...
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Magic Millions Magic for Rosemont

Victorian breeders led the charge on the opening day of the Gold Coast Magic Millions Yearling Sale with two horses reaching the magical million dollar mark. The I Am Invincible colt from Amanpour is the first $1million yearling sold by Rosemont Stud The sale was being dubbed “Mitho’s Millions”” after Rosemont Stud principal Antony Mithen...
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Rosemont’s Timely Reminder

In a year where three farm graduates have won G1 races, Rosemont produced another reminder at Flemington why their stock should be well sought after at next month’s Magic Millions sale. Tough mare Thousand Wishes, a homebred Lope de Vega for Rosemont, toughed it out at headquarters to post a brave victory. “It’s rewarding that...
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Shamus Award Knocking Up The Winners

  By Mark Smith of Breednet   If you think you have noticed Shamus Award popping up regularly in the winner’s column, you’d be right. In the past four weeks the Rosemont Stud resident has been churning out the winners and in the last fortnight alone he has had the Moonee Valley winner Sovereign Award...
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Mr Quickie Onwards and Upwards to Caulfield Cup

By Andrew Eddy and Adam McGrath of racing.com   Mr Quickie is most likely to press-on towards Saturday week’s $5 million Caulfield Cup after emerging unscathed from his unplaced Turnbull Stakes performance. Trainer Phillip Stokes said on Monday that after ‘’a bit of head scratching’’ when the horse beat just one rival home in the...
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Starspangledbanner Gets Another 2yo G1 Winner

By MARTIN STEVENS of Racing Post Another chapter in the extraordinary story of Starspangledbanner was written on Saturday when daughter Millisle became his second Group 1 winner by storming to success in the Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket. To give a brief summary of Starspangledbanner’s biography so far, the well-bred son of Choisir won the Caulfield Guineas and Oakleigh...
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ROSEMONT RUNNERS: Group One Glory For Iconoclasm??

A big day for the colours with good chances at three venues. But everyone at the farm is hoping son of Toorak Toff Iconoclasm’s big day has arrived! CAULFIELD RACE 7 no 13 ICONOCLASM Big Benson as we call him is set to run a massive race. He won’t know himself with 53kgs today. Banged...
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Nostradamus Trialler A Sign of Future Riches?

The first of the Nostradamus (Medaglia D’Oro – Leone Chiara) progeny to trial has proven to be a big surprise packet for star Queensland trainer Liam Birchley. Latin Prophet, a Nostradamus colt out of Fastnet Rock mare Isle Du Cap ran an impressive hard-held second in a 650m Deagan trial to have Birchley eyeing off...
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Rosemont International Shopping Enables Yorkshire Oaks Star Foal

One of international racing’s highlights of the year came last week in the thrilling win of superstar mare Enable in the G1 Yorkshire Oaks. But no filly or mare has been more dominant in that race this century than Sadler’s Wells mare Quiff who won in a hand-canter by 11 lengths in 2004 … sporting...
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Hot Stallions Warm The Day at Rosemont Parade

By Bren O’Brien of TDN Australia/NZ with compliments Photos courtesy of Tracey Robertson of TREquine The Victorian winter weather held off long enough for Rosemont Stud to showcase its two new arrivals to around 150 visitors as part of its four-strong stallion parade at its Gnawarre farm outside of Geelong on Saturday. While the predictions...
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