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    Posted: 08 Nov 2011 at 11:21pm
It was interesting to hear discussion about whether Mosheen would stay the Oaks trip.With Benediction as 3rd dam it was always a fair chance
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Mosheen is a first up Oaks winner. I thought it was an interesting exercise to see how previous Oaks winners have performed first up.

Mosheen is ranked 25 points above her nearest rival in the handicapper ratings and starts over 1200m on saturday.

 

Mosheen 2010 - ?

Brazilian Pulse 2009 - 2nd Kewney Stakes 1400m

Faint Perfume 2008 - 1st Kewney Stakes 1400m

Samantha Miss 2007 - Samantha Miss 2nd Light ingers Stakes 1200m

Arapaho Miss 2006 - 3rd Thoroughbred Classic 1500m

Miss Finland 2005 - 4th Orr Stakes 1400m

Serenade Rose 2004 - 2nd Wellington Stakes 1400m

Hollow Bullet 2003 - 1st 1200m Kevein Hayes Stakes

Special Harmony 2002 - 1st 1400m Autumn Stakes

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Lovely to see Mosheen land a SW in Japan. Just a shame she is not at stud here!

Japanese Stakes-Winner for Mosheen
Tara Madgwick - Monday, 8 January 2018
Former superstar Australian race filly Mosheen featured in Japan on the weekend as the dam of her first stakes-winner when her three year-old Deep Impact daughter Primo Scene took out the Group III Fairy Stakes at Nakayama.

Aussie superstar filly Mosheen is the dam of Japanese G3 winner Primo Scene

Aussie superstar filly Mosheen is the dam of Japanese G3 winner Primo Scene

Trained by Tetsuya Kimura, Primo Scene scored a length and quarter win in the one mile feature on turf defeating a big field of 16 runners,

Primo Scene has two wins and a second from just three starts.

A four-time Group I winner in Australia with earnings in excess of $2.7 million, Mosheen (pictured Steve Hart following her Randwick Guineas win) was trained by Robert Smerdon for the late Phil Sly and claimed highlight wins in the VRC Oaks, Australian Guineas, ATC Randwick Guineas and Vinery Stud Stakes.

The champion daughter of Fastnet Rock was sold to Japan to begin her stud career and after producing a filly by Deep Impact that was unplaced, delivered Primo Scene as her second foal.

Deep Impact has just had his fee raised by Shadai Farm and will stand at 40 million yen in 2018 which equates to A$449,728.

Arrowfield Stud have entered four fillies for the 2018 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale by Deep Impact from Alinghi, Alverta, Charming Estelle and You're So Good.

Smart money would suspect the sale topped might be in that quartet!
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Primo Scene has NEVER started at less than 1600m.



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Trained by Smerdy and ridden by Danny.
 
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