Dam: Harmonized Feeling
Trainer: Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
We certainly found the key to purchasing successful yearlings by Hinchinbrook that run early at 2. She was purchased from the highly regarded draft of Evergreen Stud. This is the last yearlings by the ill-fated Hinchinbrook, so it may be your last chance.
The filly was purchased on the identical selection process as our 2 Hinchinbrook stars that both won multiple black type races as 2yo’s. SEABROOK – 2 wins-2, Group 1 2YO Champaign stakes winner, Group 2 Sweet Embrace and still racing. UNITE AND CONQUER – 2 wins-2, Maribyrnong Trial Stakes, Wyong Magic Millions and still racing also trained by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.
This filly is an early foal, 10 August, and fits the mould of racing early as a 2yo. She is compact and a great size. She has 2yo written all over. Loads of power in the hind quarters and has such a lovely walk, with a big overstep. Very hard to fault, a horse that has been put together really well.
She is currently being educated at Doran Park by astute breaker Gordon Pratt. She is doing every right and handling in the education process easily.
She is a double cross of Danehill and rates highly with a Nick Rating of A+ and also passed 100% clean on his scope, x-ray and clinical examination.
The now deceased HINCHINBROOK was a top-class juvenile winning the Group 3 AJC Skyline Stakes and Listed Canonbury Stakes before being the first colt home when fourth to Crystal Lily in the Group 1 STC Golden Slipper and was then third in the Group 1 AJC Sires Produce Stakes. Hinchinbrook trained on at three for Group 1 placings in the AJC All Aged Stakes, M RC Oakleigh Plate and MVRC William Reid Stakes.
Three-quarter brother to leading young sire Snitzel, and Group 3 winner Viennese, by champion sire Fastnet Rock from stakes-winning sprinter Snippets’ Lass.
Hinchinbrook was Leading Australian First Season Sire in 2014-15 and Sire of 18 stakes winners including Press Statement, Group 1 BRC JJ Atkins S, Seabrook, Group 1 Champaign Stakes (Blueblood Thoroughbreds), Spright, Group 1 Classic Sangster Stakes.
Dam: HARMONIZED FEELING
HARMONIZED FEELING by Show a Heart. 2 wins at 1200m, 1300m. She was an above average racehorse winning both her races in town and also placing 3 times in town. This is her 3rd foal.
She has strong bloodlines on both sides of the family.
Broodmare sire SHOW A HEART was considered a great racehorse, 6 wins-3 at 2-from 1200m to 1600m. A 4 time Group 1 winner, QTC TJ Smith Classic, Stradbroke H, VATC Caulfield Guineas, Toorak H.
A champion sire in his own right with earnings of over $53 million, 25 stakes winners, 38 stakes placegetters. A top shelf broodmare sire, with earnings over $31 million.
Trainers: GAI WATERHOUSE AND ADRIAN BOTT
Gai has gone on to achieve as much as humanly possible with racehorses. While many would rest on their laurels after such success, Gai simply wants to win more and more. Owners can rest assured that the Lady Trainer wants to win races just as much if not more than they do! Confirmation of this dedication to excellence came after just fifteen years of training when Gai was inducted into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame (2007). As we stand, in just over 20 years of training, Gai has amassed over 135 Group One wins and currently sits third on the all-time list (Group One winners) behind T.J. Smith and Bart Cummings.
By far Gai’s greatest achievements have been recorded in the best races of the year in both Melbourne and Sydney. Gai has won Sydney’s two best races, the Golden Slipper and Doncaster Handicap six and seven times respectively. Gai is by far the most successful trainer ever in the Sydney Spring. ‘Make hay while the sun shines’ is a phrase one often can hear Gai quoting. This attitude is reflected by Gai’s results in the best races contested during the Sydney Spring Carnival. The Flight Stakes (7 wins), the Epsom Handicap (7 wins) and the Metropolitan Handicap (8 wins) have become races at the mercy of Gai each and every year.
Gai gives each and every horse that comes into her care every possible chance to succeed. Only six horses in the history of Sydney racing have won the two-year-old Triple Crown and Gai has trained two of them (Dance Hero 2004 and Pierro 2012). Gai in fact has won more Group One races for two-year-olds than any other trainer.
Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott’s recent Group success PROMPT RESPONSE (Sky Racing Tattersall’s Club Tiara., Gr.1, Emancipation Stakes., Gr.2, Breeders Classic, Gr.2), ENGLISH (Doomben 10,000., Gr.1), PINOT (Kennedy Oaks., Gr.1), GLOBAL GLAMOUR (Thousand Guineas., Gr.1, Flight Stakes., Gr.1, Tristarc Stakes Gr.2) SEDANZER (Brisbane Cup., Gr.2), , SANTOS (Skyline Stakes., Gr.2), SAVAPINSKI (Matriarch Stakes., Gr.2), GOLD STANDARD (Stan Fox Stakes., Gr.2).
NOMINATIONS AND BONUS SCHEMES
Eligible for the lucrative BOBS and BOBS Extra Schemes, $3.5 million Golden Slipper, $1.5 million Blue Diamond, $1 million Golden Rose, Blue Sapphire and the Magic Millions race series.
Share Price: 2.5% share $4,950 or 5% share $9,900 or 10% share $19,800
Share Price Includes – Purchase Price, Agistment, Breaking In, Nominations, X-Rays and Scoping, Mortality Insurance cover to 31st January 2021.
The Fixed Flat Fee (FFF) for a 2.5% share per month is $138.00 (incl. GST) and $276.00 for a 5% share per month and so on. Nothing to pay until 1st May 2020.
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