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    Posted: 27 Feb 2016 at 7:43am

Godolphin has made the decision to retire Contributer and Complacent due to minor tendon injuries to both horses.

Contributer retires with the record of 18 starts for eight wins, two seconds and two thirds and prize money of A$1.175 million.

Complacent retires with racetrack earnings of A$913,000.

Stud careers for Complacent and Contributer are yet to be finalised.

http://www.blacktypepedigree.com/horse/Contributer_IRE-317344

Contributer (IRE)

2010, colt, bay High Chaparral - Serisia (Exit To Nowhere)
DP = 5-3-10-5-1 (24) DI = 1.18 CD = 0.25

High Chaparral (IRE)
1999, b
Sadler's Wells (USA)
1981, b [CS]
Northern Dancer (CAN)
1961, b [BC]
Nearctic (CAN)
1954, br
Nearco (ITY) , 1935, br [BC]
Lady Angela (GB) , 1944, ch
Natalma (USA)
1957, b
Native Dancer (USA) , 1950, gr [IC]
Almahmoud (USA) , 1947, ch
Fairy Bridge (USA)
1975, b
Bold Reason (USA)
1968, b
Hail To Reason (USA) , 1958, br [C]
Lalun (USA) , 1952, b
Special (USA)
1969, b
Forli (ARG) , 1963, ch [C]
Thong (USA) , 1964, b
Kasora (IRE)
1993, b
Darshaan (GB)
1981, br
Shirley Heights (GB)
1975, b [CP]
Mill Reef (USA) , 1968, b [CS]
Hardiemma (GB) , 1969, b
Delsy (FR)
1972, b
Abdos (FR) , 1959, br
Kelty (FR) , 1965, b
Kozana (GB)
1982, db
Kris (GB)
1976, ch
Sharpen Up (GB) , 1969, ch [BC]
Doubly Sure (GB) , 1971, b
Koblenza (FR)
1966, b
Hugh Lupus (FR) , 1952, b
Kalimara (FR) , 1960, b
Serisia (FR)
1999, b
Exit To Nowhere (USA)
1988, b
Irish River (FR)
1976, ch
Riverman (USA)
1969, b [IC]
Never Bend (USA) , 1960, db [BI]
River Lady (USA) , 1963, b
Irish Star (FR)
1960, b
Klairon (FR) , 1952, b
Botany Bay (FR) , 1954, b
Coup De Folie (USA)
1982, b
Halo (USA)
1969, db [BC]
Hail To Reason (USA) , 1958, br [C]
Cosmah (USA) , 1953, b
Raise The Standard (CAN)
1978, b
Hoist The Flag (USA) , 1968, b [BI]
Natalma (USA) , 1957, b
Seralia (GB)
1995, ch
Royal Academy (USA)
1987, b [BI]
Nijinsky (CAN)
1967, b [CS]
Northern Dancer (CAN) , 1961, b [BC]
Flaming Page (USA) , 1959, b
Crimson Saint (USA)
1969, ch
Crimson Satan (USA) , 1959, ch
Bolero Rose (USA) , 1958, ch
Serafica (GB)
1987, b
No Pass No Sale (IRE)
1982, b
Northfields (USA) , 1968, ch
No Disgrace (IRE) , 1976, db
Servia (GB)
1982, b
Le Marmot (FR) , 1976, b
Secretive (FR) , 1978, br




Edited by Gay3 - 27 Feb 2016 at 7:49am
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Hopefully he stands in Victoria. 
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Three fillies in the Inglis Classic sale.

The one out of Shades of Silk (Lot 690) looks nice, on paper.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Red Hare Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 Jan 2019 at 10:33am
Kiwi yearlings always look so much bigger than the local product.

Must be all the cobalt in the soil.
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Or limestone.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Folly Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Jan 2019 at 8:52am
I actually thought our yearlings were sometimes under compared to Australia's but we do have a reputation for growing good horses. My mare had a lovely Contributer filly who found her way on a plane to your shores. 
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Hope she does you proud Folly.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Red Hare Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Sep 2019 at 6:42pm
Stallion share for sale in the current Inglis Online catalogue, ending tomorrow arvo.

Early days, but not a great trend.

SeasonMares CoveredFoals LivingFoals Dead & SlippedMares ExportedNo ReturnsMares DeadMissed MaresIndeterminate ResultsFertility %
20169267651211086.90%
20177340133223164.06%
201865004572200.00%
Total23010771261636176.00%
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Vivarchi Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Sep 2019 at 10:08pm
I thought he would struggle commercially. But i do love the High Chaparral line and  he may well throw some good racehorses. I have a share in one of his 1st crop 2yo's with a larger stable. Reports are good, broken in well, spelled well, jumped out well. They think he has a bit of quality. Much more positive reports at this stage than our horse of the same age last year with same stable and that horse is now a nice winner.

Apparently trainers do like them so far, but as i said earlier, commercial success was always going to be tough i thought. Maybe similar to Redwood but hopefully better behaved.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Red Hare Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Sep 2019 at 3:53am
Without getting too carried away on the research, his sales figures seem to be pretty good compared to his service fee.

When I mentioned the trend (again, not that two points could be considered as such), I was referring to the number of live foals.
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