Established by Denise Martin in 1994, premier Australasian syndication company Star Thoroughbreds offers high quality horses sought from the leading yearling sales, to race in share partnerships. Over 20 years of racetrack success has been the hallmark to the longevity of the now famous Star Thoroughbreds purple and white stars racing colours. Star Thoroughbreds exclusively offers shares in horses to be trained by Australia's premier trainer, Chris Waller.
CONFEDERATE showed that he was a gelding with a lot of upside during his first preparation and yesterday's win when resuming at Warwick Farm suggested that his owners may be in for another successful preparation with this talented 3 year old gelding by Charge Forward. Of interest, CONFEDERATE is a great grandson of super mare, Let's Elope.
Snitzel's 2014/15 season is entering ground-breaking territory, with two new Group 1 winners in Sweet Idea (Galaxy S. G1) and Wandjina (Australian Guineas G1), heading his impressive total of nine Stakes winners and $7.1 million in prize money by the end of March. This has followed on from his second placing (to his sire Redoute's Choice) in the 2013/14 Australian Sires' Premiership, from only five crops of racing age.
If you are in the market for a share in a racehorse then Sydney was the place to be last Sunday with the annual Star Thoroughbreds Yearling Parade at the Inglis complex in Randwick attracting a good crowd and showcasing 10 likely prospects.
Our annual yearling parade has become a diary entry event for many of our Star owners and friends and this year was certainly no different. About 200 guests came along to the beautiful William Inglis Newmarket sales complex at Randwick on Sunday 15th March, to inspect a selection of our 2015 yearling purchases.
PIONEERING made the best possible start to her career when winning on debut in the 2 year old maiden at Hawkesbury on Tuesday over 1,000m. The filly by Star's Golden Slipper winner SEBRING made the most of her inside barrier, tracking the rail throughout under Jimmy Cassidy. She showed a good turn of foot in the straight to run past hot favourite, Silver Spun and win the race by a length.
I Am Invincible's star son Brazen Beau kicked off his autumn campaign with a sensational second placing to world champion sprinter Lankan Rupee in the Group I VRC Lightning Stakes at Flemington Saturday. Purchased by Darley over the summer and due to retire to stud at Darley Victoria later this year, Brazen Beau looks primed for further success.