Sire: All American
Trainer: Darren Weir
Cost: 2.5% @ $1,445 or 5% @ $2,890 or 10% @ $5,780
DARREN WEIR HAS A BIG OPINION OF THIS FILLY, GREAT MOVER A LOVELY BIG SCOPEY FILLY
This filly is a real looker, she is a big rangy filly, strong with a lot of scope. Seems like she will get to a mile possibly further as she gets older. She has presence, big deep girth, good angles, strong neck and forearms.
This filly has such a lovely action and glides over the ground. Very nice type, correct and it would not surprise me if she goes early. She is the same colour and likeness of her sire, ALL AMERICAN.
Darren Weir comments, “All American Filly, a lovely big scopey filly, loved the way she moved, has a really smooth fluent walking style. She’s a scopey type of filly, looks a lot like her father. Probably not the real early 2yo type but certainly a later 2yo type and a nice 3yo type. Hopefully we can see her parading in the mounting yard in the good races at some stage”.
She is scheduled to go to the breakers on 1st June, 2017 to be educated to ensure she has every chance to run as an early 2yo.
The filly has passed a vet examination and scoping.
Sire: ALL AMERICAN
All American offers the complete package of pedigree, performance and physical type.
All American’s natural speed and athleticism were on show very early: he won his first two starts as a December 2YO, including a Listed Race in Melbourne. At only his third start, he stepped up to Group 1 level in Melbourne’s premier race for juveniles, the MRC Blue Diamond S. G1, going down by a long neck to his stablemate, Reaan. His 2YO career concluded with victory in the AJC Skyline S. G3 and a courageous fifth in the Golden Slipper G1.
All American subsequently provided one of the highlights of the 2009 Melbourne Cup Carnival when he scored a devastating victory in the VRC Emirates S. 1600m G1, defeating the international champion, So You Think, by 2.5 lengths. Another six Group 1 winners followed them home.
A million dollar plus earner, All American competed at the highest levels throughout his career and was a Group One performer at 2, 3 and 4 years of age.
The Group One-winning son of Red Ransom generated plenty of positive chat with seven winners from his first-crop of juveniles, including three stakes performers headed by colt Bachman, who won the ATC Schweppervescence S. G3 on Golden Slipper day.
ALL AMERICAN Progeny include dual Group 1 winner Yankee Rose.
Dam: MAVI (NZ)
Mavi is a winning producing mare with 3 foals to race for 2 winners and the third being placed, including Hassavi a 5-time winner.
Mavi is a desecendant of Storm Cat a sire of sires and 108 individual group winners over $137m in prizemoney including Giant Causeway a 6-time Group 1 winner, Sharp Cat a 7-time Group 1 winner and High Yield a 5-time Group 1 winner.
She is closely related to:
DEEBEE BELLE a 9-time winner including ARC New Zealand S., Gr.1, Counties Cup, Gr.2, Avondale JC Governor General’s Cup, Waikato RC Fairdale Stud Howbaddoyuwantit H., Otaki Maori RC St Leger Trial, Waikato RC Jardine Thoroughbred Services H., Classic Hits 98.6 ZHFM H., 2nd ARC New Zealand S., Gr.1, Avondale Gold Cup, Gr.1, Waikato RC International S., Gr.1, Avondale Guineas, Gr.2, ARC Lindauer Grandeur S., Gr.3, Kings Arms Tavern H., Nathans Memorial H., BOP RC John Warren Insurance H., Waikato RC Lowe Schollum Jones H.
MISS MAREN (pictured left) an 8-time winner including MRC Easter Cup, Gr.3, SAJC Schweppervescence S., L, MRC Ethereal H., Corps of Commissionaires H., BMW Melbourne H., 2nd VRC LKS Mackinnon S., Gr.1, 3rd Hawkes Bay Kelt Capital S., Gr.1, MRC St George S., Gr.2, BTC Doomben Roses, Gr.3.
EVA GRACE an 11-time winner including Avondale Cup, Gr.1, Waikato RC Noble Heights S., Gr.3, Founders’ P., L, Cambridge JC Dulcie S., L, ARC Epsom H., Avondale JC New Zealand Sires’ Championship, Rotorua RC Battle Eve P., 2nd ARC Great Britain-New Zealand S., Gr.2, Waikato RC International S., Gr.2, Cambridge JC Dulcie S., L, 3d ARC Flag Inns Trophy, Gr.2.
RACE NOMINATIONS and BONUS SCHEMES:
$3.5M Golden Slipper and Golden Rose Nominations, Super Vobis and Vobis Gold, BOBS and BOBS Extra Nominations, $1.5M Blue Diamond and Blue Sapphire Stakes, Rich Inglis Race Series.
Share Price: 2.5% @ $1,445 or 5% @ $2,890 or 10% @ $5,780
Share Price Includes – Purchase Price, Training, Breaking In, Agistment, Insurance to the 30th April, 2018, Vetting, Transport, Race Nominations and Bonus Schemes (as above) and all other associated costs up to the 1st July 2017.
Fixed upkeep expenses of $22.00 per 2.5% share per week (payable monthly). The first fixed ongoing monthly fee will be due on the 1st August, 2017.
Shares in this filly will not last long.