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82 years between Djebel and Santos. 

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So Pierata to Aquis. Will stand for 38.5-44 is my guess based on the sale price.
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So Eureka announced overnight that, in collaboration with Darley, they are going to stand Encryption at the end of the Winter carnival.

No knock on the horse - he is a talented sprinter with a lovely pedigree - but wouldn't he be the perfect candidate to train on at four and tryand nail a group one? The ranks are looking pretty thin next year and I don't think the current juveniles are the strongest crop. He would start single figures in a Golden Eagle and then could make his way to the Hunter. Or, as has been pointed out to me in the past re Impending, are Darley reluctant to have too many Lonhro sons at stud, especially in the year they're introducing Kementari?

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Also, Siege of Quebec and Lean Mean Machine to headline an Aquis foray into Victoria. $13,200 and $17,600 respectively.
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So Trapeze Artist fee adjusted to $88k for single mares and $75 for multiples.

Pierata not retiring this year and targeted towards the Everest
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Such good news about Pierata - and as mentioned above he should see a relatively moderate Everest field and have every chance.

Kudos to Vieira both for listening to the market with Trapeze and especially for donating the nomination to Tye Angland that sold last night for $105K.
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Great for SC if he can win another two or three G1's.  Go boy.

It is great to see an owner give to a jockey who was great for them and has lost so much.  But the racing industry is full of characters who are generous to the extreme.  Horses can bring out the best in so many people.  Hope the stallion can go on with the job and give Angland a good salary for years to come.
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U don’t have to be poor, to be extremely frugal with your dough. Hats off to Bert Vieira for his generous and maybe life changing gift. A wonderful gesture at a time when he and his family are also hurting.
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Originally posted by robbo robbo wrote:

Such good news about Pierata - and as mentioned above he should see a relatively moderate Everest field and have every chance.

Kudos to Vieira both for listening to the market with Trapeze and especially for donating the nomination to Tye Angland that sold last night for $105K.


Thanks for that info Robbo.  I was just going to ask what the nom sold for. Who bought do you know ?
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And yes, hats off to Bert for thinking of Angland at such a bad time for him.
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Originally posted by robbo robbo wrote:

Also, Siege of Quebec and Lean Mean Machine to headline an Aquis foray into Victoria. $13,200 and $17,600 respectively.


$17,600 Found this horse intriguing, blackbooked him and and kept waiting for him to really get up and do something? $475K prize money, but then some of the best stallions weren’t absolute topliners on the track? Be interesting to follow his story
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Don’t get me wrong, I’m not demeaning him. Just had the feeling all along he was going to race longer, jump out of the box and become a real standout.
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Failed to come up to their exspectations it seems so pulled the pin before it got worse imo.
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Hello,
when I went back the damlöine of Santos(by  I am Invincible) i got a real surprise. His damline is represented ion Germany , too. Th foundatioon mare in my home Country was "Golden Hind" (by Banstar) an later transfered to the former GDR, where the damline luckily 'survived'. It has procuded Goldtaucher, Goldtresse, Goldkatze etc. and last season the promising filly "Gold (by Sea the Moon) see my thread "2 year old races in Germany".
 
The common ancestor of 'Santos' (6th dam) and Gold (9th dam) is "Experience"  and further back "Helene", a FS of Adam/Ajax (Teddy).
 
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P.S.: 'Gold'will race on Sunday 5.5.19 at Mulheim in a small race (3rd Race, scheduled 4.25 MET) for
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Anyone know when Coolmore are parading this year ?   Sat or Sun ??
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Google can be your friend Wink

ATC Members enjoy an exclusive one day tour to Scone to attend the Stallion Parade at Coolmore and Arrowfield Studs on Sunday, 25 August 2019.
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No, I dont want to go on a tour.    But maybe they are only doing Sunday parade this year.  They used to do bith days awhile back.  I was hoping for Sat !
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thats both Ermm
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