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    Posted: 26 Aug 2020 at 3:33pm



CADRE DU NOIR (USA)

5yo Bay or Brown Horse
D.O.B: 30-Mar-2016
by WAR FRONT (USA)  from DYNAMIC FEATURE (USA)
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StatusActive
Owner’s Details Phoenix Thoroughbred
Stewards EmbargoesNone on record
Last Gear Change*24-May-2020, Tongue Tie, On
TrainerCiaron Maher & David Eustace (Caulfield)
Racing ColoursWhite, Orange Stars Sleeves, Star Cap
CareerSummary: 8-2:2:3    Prizemoney: $74,915    
Min/Max-Dist-Win: 1600/2400     1st Up: 4:1-1-2    2nd Up: 2:0-1-1    
Track: 1:1-0-0    Dist: 1:1-0-0    Track/Dist: 1:1-0-0
Firm: 0:0-0-0     Good: 3:1-0-2     Soft: 2:1-1-0     Heavy: 1:0-1-0    Synthetic: 2:0-0-1




CADRE DU NOIR (USA)Bay colt 2016 
War Front
Bay 2002
Danzig
Bay 1977
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Brown 1954
Nearco
Lady Angela
1935
1944
4-r
14-c
Natalma
Bay 1957
Native Dancer
Almahmoud
1950
1947
5-f
2-d
Pas de Nom
Bay or brown 1968
Admiral's Voyage
Bay or brown 1959
Crafty Admiral
Olympia Lou
1948
1952
8-c
4-n
Petitioner
Bay 1952
Petition
Steady Aim
1944
1943
16-g
7-a
Starry Dreamer
Grey 1994
Rubiano
Grey 1987
Fappiano
Bay 1977
Mr Prospector
Killaloe
1970
1970
13-c
16-a
Ruby Slippers
Grey 1982
Nijinsky
Moon Glitter
1967
1972
8-f
3-o
Lara's Star
Bay 1981
Forli
Chestnut 1963
Aristophanes
Trevisa
1948
1951
9-c
3-b
True Reality
Bay 1973
Round Table
Secret Promise
1954
1964
2-f
4-r
Dynamic Feature
Bay 2003
Rahy
Chestnut 1985
Blushing Groom
Chestnut 1974
Red God
Chestnut 1954
Nasrullah
Spring Run
1940
1948
9-c
8-c
Runaway Bride
Bay 1962
Wild Risk
Aimee
1940
1957
3-f
22-d
Glorious Song
Bay 1976
Halo
Bay or brown 1969
Hail to Reason
Cosmah
1958
1953
4-n
2-d
Ballade
Bay or brown 1972
Herbager
Miss Swapsco
1956
1965
16-c
12-c
Odylic
Bay 1994
Dixieland Band
Bay 1980
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Mississippi Mud
Bay 1973
Delta Judge
Sand Buggy
1960
1963
12-c
4-m
Petite Diable
Bay 1981
Sham
Bay 1970
Pretense
Sequoia
1963
1955
3-i
9-h
Taste of Life
Bay or brown 1974
Dewan
Good Taste
1965
1966
9-f
15-d
 Ancestor duplications:Northern Dancer3m x 4m




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I know it's only Sandown in Winter but wasn't he super impressive? Clap No stories up on him yet.
He does have a beautifully matched pedigree but it's very rare these days to see ND 3 x 4 Shocked


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Suspect he'll be front and centre on more than a few racing sites in no time at all.

He's all dressed up and ready to go so maybe a run in a 2500m quality hcp at Flemington on 12 Sep into either the Colin Stephen on the 27th in Sydney or the RM Ansett Classic at Mornington a day later.


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Sounds like a good plan there SC.

Plenty of 3rd tier races in the early spring that are perfect for good stayers that are fit & rolling already.
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Vic horses are still banned from Sydney though, so unless that changes he will have to stay here. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Gay3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Aug 2020 at 11:33am
Mainstream media appear to be unfazed but not Archie B/PeterProfit:

Sandown midweek staying races tend to be pretty weak affairs, much like Wednesday races on the Kenso, but I strongly suspect we might just have seen two very good horses race in one day.

This one is in Melbourne, and its name is Cadre Du Noir, and it just absolutely donkey licked its opponents in a BM70 over 2400 metres in manner that suggests it may very well be a horse who might be very hard to beat as it steps up through the classes during the Spring.

In fact, I will go way out on a limb and suggest that in what thanks to the virus is increasingly looking like being one of the weakest Melbourne Spring Carnivals in living memory, this bloke trained by the all-conquering Maher/Eustrace stable may even be a live hope in the the Cups, if of course the Victorians can hold off COVID and get there.

The US bred, lightly raced UK raced import is likely to need an ownership change to get there himself however, for he is presently owned by the very aptly named Phoenix Thoroughbreds, the shonky middle-eastern money laundering outfit that is tens on to be kicked out of racing any time soon, as growing revelations about the source of its cash paint it as very black indeed.

I am sure the international task force that will end up seizing Phoenix’s assets will have no trouble at all finding a buyer though; in fact given the way this thing won by an ever widening ten odd length margin with the soon to be spelled Ben Melham swinging against it like his namesake Hur in the first lap of a chariot race, I reckon they will be beating off the horde of bidders at the door.

Check out the replay of race 6 at the Hillside today and tell me that I’m wrong.

And remember that you heard this one here first too.


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You heard it here first? Shocked  Pull the other one Pete.
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I've been scouring for an article on him to post, where have you found one?  Could you either link or paste please?
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Cadre Du Noir (USA) Raced keenly in the middle stages. Near the 1400m commenced a run three wide before crossing to obtain the lead. Near the 1900m was restrained to avoid the heels of Monmouth (J. McNeil) which shifted in when not sufficiently clear. Post-race veterinary examination of Cadre Du Noir (USA) identified the presence of blood at one nostril. Under the provisions of AR79(8) will be required to undergo a satisfactory gallop of at least 1000 metres in the presence of a Steward before racing again.
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D Eustace just on racing tv now, 
Horse has Arrived in Sydney 
Runs in a BM78 at Rosehill on Sat
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A couple of tipsters have made him the lay of the day. I personally think he'll be extremely hard to beat.
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Well done to those tipsters that had him as lay of the day.

But I do hope connections press on to a Colin Stephen Quality.  Just so we can get another look at him & determine whether he had an ordinary day today or if he’s only an average off season stayer.
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Super return by this guy yesterday running 3rd over 1600m at Caulfield.

Should be some nice targets for him up in Qld - thinking races like Brisbane Cup, Tatts Cup, Caloundra Cup level 

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It was disappointing to see him so far back on a track that favoured those up front. Can't recall any other horse coming so close from so far back on the whole card. One to follow.
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And I did hear a respected tipster mention very early in the day that the grass was long , a curse for run on horses imo.
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He's a nice horse, just a shame about the ownership.
Always was, always will be
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Had a small wager on this guy today, so was thrilled to have a nice collect - after being on a losing streak.

Although he only a BM78 he’ll take good improvement out of the race given he was only 3rd up at 2400m after a long, long spell.

Could be a lightweight chance in Newcastle Cup &/or Metrop Hcp
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