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    Posted: 30 Apr 2018 at 4:14pm
SAVILE ROW (NZ)Brown colt 2013 
Makfi
Bay 2007
Dubawi
Bay 2002
Dubai Millennium
Bay 1996
Seeking the Gold
Bay 1985
Mr Prospector
Con Game
1970
1974
13-c
5-c
Colorado Dancer
Bay or brown 1986
Shareef Dancer
Fall Aspen
1980
1976
4-r
4-m
Zomaradah
Bay 1995
Deploy
Bay 1987
Shirley Heights
Slightly Dangerous
1975
1979
1-l
14-f
Jawaher
Bay 1989
Dancing Brave
High Tern
1983
1982
3-d
9-e
Dhelaal
Bay 2002
Green Desert
Bay 1983
Danzig
Bay 1977
Northern Dancer
Pas de Nom
1961
1968
2-d
7-a
Foreign Courier
Bay 1979
Sir Ivor
Courtly Dee
1965
1968
8-g
A4
Irish Valley
Chestnut 1982
Irish River
Chestnut 1976
Riverman
Irish Star
1969
1960
10-a
1-w
Green Valley
Bay or brown 1967
Val de Loir
Sly Pola
1959
1957
5-h
16-c
Fleece
Bay 2002
Daylami
Grey 1994
Doyoun
Bay 1985
Mill Reef
Bay 1968
Never Bend
Milan Mill
1960
1962
19-b
22-d
Dumka
Bay 1971
Kashmir
Faizebad
1963
1962
9-c
21-a
Daltawa
Grey 1989
Miswaki
Chestnut 1978
Mr Prospector
Hopespringseternal
1970
1971
13-c
16-g
Damana
Grey 1981
Crystal Palace
Denia
1974
1973
10-e
9-e
Gold Dodger
Bay or brown 1994
Slew o' Gold
Bay 1980
Seattle Slew
Bay or brown 1974
Bold Reasoning
My Charmer
1968
1969
1-k
13-c
Alluvial
Chestnut 1969
Buckpasser
Bayou
1963
1954
1-s
9-f
Brooklyn's Dance
Bay or brown 1988
Shirley Heights
Bay 1975
Mill Reef
Hardiemma
1968
1969
22-d
1-l
Vallee Dansante
Bay 1981
Lyphard
Green Valley
1969
1967
17-b
16-c
 Ancestor duplications:Mr Prospector5m x 5m Shirley Heights5m x 4f Green Valley4f x 5f 
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SAVILE ROW TAILOR MADE FOR VALACHI

The stakes winning son of Makfi, Savile Row, has been retired to stud at Kevin Hickman’s Valachi Downs - Trish Dunell
The stakes winning son of Makfi, Savile Row, has been retired to stud at Kevin Hickman’s Valachi Downs

Trish Dunell

The first New Zealand-based son of Makfi will go to stud this year with Savile Row to stand at Valachi Downs, the Matamata breeding operation of the stallion’s owner Kevin Hickman.

The four-year-old was trained at Ballymore Stables by Michael Moroney and Pam Gerard and won three races over 1200m, including the Listed Hallmark Stud Handicap (1200m).

Savile Row was also a three-time Group One runner-up in the Herbie Dyke Stakes (2000m), the New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) and the Levin Classic (1600m).

“He was an easy horse to train, a beautiful-natured horse and still is,” Gerard said. “He is very correct with good bone and well-proportioned - big and strong, yet light on his feet and athletic.

“He’s an outstanding looking individual. If he stamps them and could leave foals that looked half as good as him, then they’re going to be very attractive to people.”

Savile Row is out of the winning Daylami mare Fleece and the family of the European Group One winners The Gurkha, Solemia and Silasol.

“He should cross well with a variety of mares including those from the Danehill sire line,” Valachi Downs’ general manager Jonathan Scully said.

“His family on both sides of the pedigree is renowned for its genuine traits, consistency as racehorses and obviously its fair share of talent, so with all that rolled into one we can’t wait to see Savile Row sons and daughters out racing.”

Savile Row’s sire Makfi was sold at the end of last season to Japan following a successful stint at Westbury Stud. His best Group One representatives have been the New Zealand Horse of the Year Bonneval, New Zealand Filly of the Year Sofia Rosa and the champion two-year-old Marky Mark.

“Kevin Hickman has been a great supporter of us and more importantly a wonderful supporter of New Zealand racing,” Westbury manager Russell Warwick said.

“Makfi has done a terrific job and Kevin was one of the big supporters of the horse and it’s quite fitting that he’s standing his first son at stud.”

Savile Row will stand at an introductory fee of $5000 + GST. – NZ Racing Desk.


https://www.racingnews.co.nz/blog/post/27475/Savile-Row-tailor-made-for-Valachi/



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Both his sire and dam trace directly via their female families to the celebrated broodmare Green Valley.

The family goes really great with Sadler's Wells, so he should go well over High Chaparral and other SW sire-line mares.
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