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Tintin In America’s champion daughter Shartin NZ returned to the winner’s circle in convincing fashion winning a $US40,000 harness racing Invitational beating the best mares in commission in 1:49.8 at Dover Downs’ five furlong track on Wednesday (November 13). After settling fourth, the six-year-old marched to the front at the five-eighths pole and was never again headed, scoring by 2-1/4 lengths. Shartin NZ has won 15 of her 18 starts to date this year for $US940,177 and is the richest female pacer in North America. The Yirribee Pacing Stud bred Mad Robber and Dollarbill won on either side of the country at the weekend. Mad Robber brought up win No. 15 and boosted his bankroll to beyond $130,000 at Gloucester Park, while Dollarbill, a Million Dollar Cam gelding, scored his 16th success with a 1:57.1 winning effort at Albion Park. Meanwhile, Rhianna Reigns, a NZ bred mare owned by Yirribee Stud, made it two for two this season at Wagga on Tuesday (November 12). Tintin In America and Million Dollar Cam are part of an imposing sire roster at Yirribee which includes the great Lazarus, Lennytheshark, Fear The Dragon, Warrawee Needy, Caribbean Blaster and Lombo Pocket Watch.   By Peter Wharton

We are receiving good reports from leading harness racing trainers about the first Australian crop of two-year-olds by the former Canadian 2YO of the Year and the third fastest horse of all-time, Warrawee Needy (1:46.8). There are 45 live foals and four have been named - two colts and two fillies - and several are showing marked ability. Warrawee Needy's initial crop in Canada has so far produced 17 starters, eight winners (7 in 2:00) from 55 foals. The Little Brown Jug winner Million Dollar Cam, who is enjoying a banner year, left three winners for the week in the 1:59.8 Tamworth winner Christian Shannon, Dollarbill (1:59.4, Marburg) and Kay Nora Shannon (Redcliffe). Caribbean Blaster, the Victoria Cup and SA Pacing Cup winner, continues to build on his impressive stud record. The Yirribee Pacing Stud bred Rocket Blaster and Scheu Creek, both members of his first crop, won at Launceston and Marburg respectively on Sunday (November 3). Tintin In America was represented by the Dunedin, New Zealand winner Elva Jaccka, while Lombo Pocket Watch left a 'new' winner in the Yirribee bred Louth Park Watch at Tamworth. The Yirribee owned mare Rhianna Reigns NZ, having her first start for four months, sat parked throughout before scoring at Junee on Saturday night (November 2). Yirribee Pacing Stud's star-studded sire roster also includes the Australasian champions Lazarus and Lennytheshark and the North America Cup and Adios Stakes winner Fear The Dragon.   By Peter Wharton

Champion trotter Tornado Valley received due recognition for a wonderful season when he was named the 2018/19 Victorian Horse of the Year and Australian Trotter of the Year.   He also collected the Australian and Victorian Aged Trotter of the Year awards. During the season Tornado Valley won 11 of his 12 starts - including four at Group 1 level - and a season’s high $250,020 in stakes.   And the son of SKYVALLEY is showing no signs of slowing down! The eight-year-old gelding won twice in Free-for-all company at Melton in October – in 1:59.2 and 1:59.5 – to push his lifetime earnings over the $500,000 plateau.   SKYVALLEY himself was recognised at the Harness Breeders Awards Day at Bendigo, being awarded the 2018/19 Victorian 2YO Trotting Sire of the Year.   On the same day the Aldebaran Park bred Jaspervellabeach was named the Victorian 2YO Pacing Colt of the Year and received a Group 1 trophy as the winner of the $125,000 WA Golden Slipper.   Aldebaran Park bred five individual trotting winners in October headed up by a double at Ballarat with On Fast Forward (by SKYVALLEY) and Kyvalley Kyrie.   The highly promising three-year-old Keayang Ignite, who was bred by Aldebaran Park and sold for $15,000 at the APTS sale in 2018, won at his first two attempts by a combined total of 65 metres and looks to well in line for the Derbies and other major classics.   Hotjane Bling (by EILEAN DONON), who overcame a 20 metre handicap at Menangle, and Imahe Man (Albion Park) were other recent Aldebaran Park winners. Besides Tornado Valley and On Fast Forward, SKYVALLEY was represented by the Melton winner Flash Kyvalley, Kimmywho (Ballarat) and Spotlight The Valley (Gore, NZ).   Aldebaran Park foalings in 2019/20: Colt: Aldebaran Marty (Naked Majesty-Aldebaran Eagle) Filly: Aldebaran Brook (Excellent Boko-Southwind Frank) Filly: Aldebaran Zoe (Zhenya-Aldebaran Eagle) Filly: Aldebaran Bree (Aldebaran Breeze-Aldebaran Eagle) Colt: Aldebaran Brutus (Kyvalley Bling-Father Patrick) Colt: Aldebaran Simba (Yankee Sister-Aldebaran Eagle) Colt: Aldebaran Shaunie (Aldebaran Sunset-Love You)   Check out the photo gallery on the Aldebaran Park website.     By Peter Wharton

The first Australian progeny of the North America Cup and Adios Stake winner Fear The Dragon are starting to hit the ground all over the country. The lovely filly foal (pictured) is out of Daenerys, a lightly raced half-sister to three winners and a close relative of the NSW 2YO Sires Stakes champion Muddy River. Yirribee Pacing Stud bred winners in three different States last weekend. Our Millionaire, a four-year-old by Million Dollar Cam, was a runaway winner in 1:59.5 at Geelong, Rocket Blaster (by Caribbean Blaster) notched his maiden success at Launceston, while Hard To Love posted his second win at Wagga. Caribbean Blaster left a second ‘new’ winner in Blast Away, who overcame to wide passage to score at Bendigo, and Caribbean Jack, a tough winner at Dubbo on Sunday (October 20). Besides Our Millionaire, Million Dollar Cam left a double winner in Enk Spot Shannon (Bathurst and Dubbo), a winner of five out of eight this season, and Dollarbill (Redcliffe). Million Dollar Cam, who boasts an average of $25,000 per starter, has already produced a dozen individual winners this term. Fear The Dragon, Million Dollar Cam and Caribbean Blaster are joined by Lazarus, Lennytheshark, Warrawee Needy, Tintin In America and Lombo Pocket Watch on the Yirribee Pacing Stud sire roster.   By Peter Wharton

The five-year-old harness racing pacer Gods Spirit NZ is proving a splendid advertisement for the McArdle horse Tintin In America, a grand pacer himself and who now stands at Yirribee Pacing Stud, Wagga. Gods Spirit led throughout in 1:52.1 over the flying mile at Menangle on Saturday night (October 12) with the last two quarters in 26.8 and 27.4. The gelding has won seven of his 16 starts to date and more than $60,000 in stakes. Million Dollar Cam, whose stock are firing on all cylinders, left a winning double at Bathurst with Enk Spot Shannon, who has won three out of six this season, and a 'new' winner in the Yirribee Stud bred and raised Allegretto (1:58.7). Isntthatright, a flour-year-old gelding by Million Dollar Cam, saluted for the fourth time at Wagga on Friday (October 11). Million Dollar Cam has sired 88 winners for progeny earnings of $3.5 million, a creditable average of $26,000 per starter. The brilliantly fast Warrawee Needy has made a flying start with his first crop of two-year-olds in Canada this year. From 55 foals, he has 17 starters and seven winners with four in 1:57 and five in 2:00. Tintin In America, Million Dollar Cam and Warrawee Needy are joined by the incomparable Lazarus, Aussie champions Lennytheshark, Caribbean Blaster and Lombo Pocket Watch and the North America Cup winner Fear The Dragon at Yirribee Pacing Stud in the 2019/20 season.   By Peter Wharton

The recent announcement by Harness Racing South Australia to fund a $30,000 Sires Stakes race for two-year-olds sired by SA based stallions in 2022/23 has resulted in two ‘new’ sires becoming available to broodmare owners this season. The royally bred pair are the American-bred Tinted Cloud and Our El Fuego NZ. Tinted Cloud is to stand at the White Star Lodge stud, of Shane Loone and Maria Petricevich, Two Wells, while Our El Fuego will line up for his first season at Bolnora Breeding and Racing, Dublin, of Lee-Ann Pangrazio. As the sire of one of the greatest pacers raced in NZ and Australia in Smoken Up ($3.6 million) and of two of South Australia’s leading pacers at the present in Buriton Bailey and Bien Hoa, Tinted Cloud is without question one of the most proved sires available to breeders in SA. He is one of the few sires standing in this country represented by three sub 1:50 performers – Nemisis (1:48.2), Smoken Up (1:48.5) and Richard Henry (1:49.6). Tinted Cloud, who was first at the stud in NZ, where he sired more than 120 winners, has a good score of winners from his foal crops in New South Wales and Western Australia. Among his Australian-bred winners have been a top free-for-all pacer in Cheap Tint (1:53.9), the prolific Gloucester Park winner Jaxon Fella ($238,048), the NSW Breeders Challenge 2YO Blue winner Franco Storm (1:53.9), Veiled Secret (1:53.6), the Menangle winners Miss Rodriguez (1:52.6), Lady Son Yador (1:54.4) and The Maldives (1:55.3), Tinted Pearl (Mt Gambier Oaks) and so on. Actually Tinted Cloud’s percentage of winners-to-starters rates him highly. Tinted Cloud, who had a record of 1:51.2, won in good company in North America, is one of the most stylishly bred horses at the stud in SA. By In The Pocket, sire of two of Australasia’s greatest sires in Christian Cullen (1:54.1) and Courage Under Fire (1:54.2), his dam Test Ban was the grand-dam of the NZ Derby and Jewels winner Border Control (1:50.6) and the USA Grand Circuit winner Chasin Racin (1:51), now at the stud in Argentina. Not only has Tinted Cloud distinguished himself as a 1:50 sire, but his fillies are now to the forefront as broodmares. In Australia a Tinted Cloud mare Ana Malak is the dam of the WA Golden Nugget and Popular Alm Sprint winner Ana Malak (1:54.9) and Ana Afreet (1:54.5), the winner of nine of his 13 starts in WA. A 1:50 sire and 1:55 broodmare sire of Tinted Cloud’s breeding could make an interesting and valued contribution to southern pedigrees. In Australia last season Tinted Cloud had 34 runners of which 19 were individual winners – seven in better than 1:57 – for more than $400,000 in stakes. Our El Fuego, who won nine races – five in NZ and four in Victoria – in a brief career, is a quality type of bay horse, foaled in 2009, and who took a record of 1:57.1. In one of his successes, Our El Fuego came from three deep on the marker pegs to swamp a handy field at Melton. Our El Fuego is a most interestingly bred horse. He is a son of former champion Christian Cullen (1:54.4), one of the greatest of a string of champions left by the champion American sire In The Pocket (1:49.6). Sons of Christian Cullen are now coming to the forefront as sires in both NZ and Australia. On his dam’s side Our El Fuego comes from a family which has made a real impact on the Australasian breeding scene. His dam, Sparks Under Fire, ranks as a half-sister to the crack racemare Sparks A Flyin 1:52 ($627,218), the winner of three Group 1’s as a three-year-old including the NSW Oaks and Breeders Crown and who later raced successfully in America. At the stud Sparks A Flyin left six winners from seven foals including the outstanding WA pacer Bettor’s Fire 1:50.2 ($966,417), the Menangle, NZ and USA winner My Alpha Rock 1:49.5 ($240,614), the Derby heat winner Art Union 1:55.6 ($208,913) and the NZ Southland Oaks victor Safedra 1:56.3 ($133,704). Bettor Rock On, a Cups winner in Victoria and who later won in 1:50 in America and earned more than $500,000, is also closely related to Our El Fuego. In a further boost for local breeders, Allenby Lodge studmaster Stephen Norman is offering a $1,000 cash bonus to the breeder of all progeny of Major Secret that wins a two-year-old race in the 2022/23 season. By Peter Wharton

Pembrokeshire horsewoman Louisa Barton, a successful Standardbred driver on the Wales and Borders circuit, is one of British Harness Racing’s busiest mums. She combines training a small team with driving at race meetings, motherhood and a full-time job. “Basically, I get up early, train Ayr Ontario and then get my two boys ready for school and myself ready for work. I then take the boys to school and go straight on to work,” Louisa said. “It’s busy and it takes a bit of juggling. Then we’ve got the after-school clubs and plenty to do with the boys as well.” Despite the gruelling schedule, Louisa wouldn’t have it any other way! “I do enjoy working with the horses. It’s always nice to see them getting fit and it’s exhilarating driving them too,” she said. Married to Rob Barton, also a harness racing driver, the couple have two boys – Ben, 9, and Tommy, 6. A qualified nurse, Louisa is a pre-assessment nurse at Withybush General Hospital, Haverfordwest. Louisa was born and bred into harness racing. Her mother Sandra Weigel and husband Horst have been involved in the Wales and Border Counties Racing Association as both participants and officials for more than 30 years. They prepare a successful team together on a 34 acre property at Llanddewi Velfrey with Horst having been a trainer-driver and Sandra a trainer in both racing codes – gallopers and pacers. Sandra has been a director of STAGBI (Standardbred and Trotting Horse Association of Great Britain) since 2015, a committee member of the Wales and Border Counties Racing Association for 10 years including three years as chairman and is a member of the WBCRA handicapping panel. Louisa has been in the gig in many of her family’s raceday successes. She started helping out with the horses when she was a 15-year-old. “I started out exercising the horses and riding them along the road, then we headed over to the races and basically I started riding in the saddle and doing cart racing in the juniors when I was 15,” Louisa said. Louisa landed her first winner in the juniors as a 16-year-old with Creative Jack at Brecon in mid-Wales. “It was my first drive in a race and my first win as well. It was a joint win with another girl. He (Creative Jack) basically just took a hold and I just had to sit there and make sure he got around really,” she stated. “My biggest win so far was in the Grade A at Caersws on a mare called Bon Bethan. She’s the best one we’ve ever had and the best one I’ve driven. In one year she won 16 races and I drove her in all of them. She was named Horse of the Year. “She was bought as a yearling at the Builth Wells sales in 2000 and we’ve still got her now as a broodmare.” In all, Bon Bethan won 73 races and Louisa was at the helm in 50 of them. Makemeamillionaire (37 wins), Ayr Ontario (34), No Mercy (18), Family Circle (trained by her husband Rob) and Creative Jack have been other good performers she partnered down through the years. A three-time winner of the Wales and Border Counties lady driver’s premiership, Louisa estimates she has driven around 200 winners to date. “Obviously winning is good and when you do get the win it makes it all worthwhile,” she said. “It’s also nice that even if they don’t win they run well.” By Peter Wharton, for Harnesslink        

The Cam's Card Shark horse Million Dollar Cam, the reigning NSW Sire of the Year, is off to a flier in the 2019/20 harness racing season. The Little Brown Jug champion has already left nine individual winners for the month including a treble on NSW tracks last week - the Yirribee Stud bred Sword And Shield (Canberra), Whatta Conk (1:58.7, Penrith) and Enk Spot Shannon (Young). Lady Sharnae, a NZ bred daughter of Tintin In America, won again at Newcastle and is unbeaten in two starts on Australian soil. While the Lombo Pocket Watch gelding Ifbutzandmaybes hoisted a new lifetime mark of 1:58.8 winning for the second time at Hobart on Sunday night (September 29). Yirribee Pacing Stud bred a second winner for the week when Everybody Clap broke his maiden status at Bathurst. Million Dollar Cam, Tintin In America and Lombo Pocket Watch are part of an all-star cast standing at Yirribee in the coming season. The roster also includes champion pacers in Lazarus, Lennytheshark, Warrawee Needy, Fear The Dragon and Caribbean Blaster.   By Peter Wharton

Yirribee Pacing Stud’s resident stallion Million Dollar Cam was named as the 2018/19 NSW Sire of the Year at the industry Awards Night last Saturday. He left 44 individual winners and progeny earnings of $687,000. Million Dollar Cam was represented by four winners last week including Alimonie, who streeted his rivals in the Reward Series Final at Newcastle in a career-best 1:56.8. Our Millionaire (1:59.2, Ballarat), who was bred and raised by Yirribee, Whatta Conk (1:57.9, Penrith) and Summer Money (1:59.9, Tamworth) were other recent winners sired by Million Dollar Cam. The Yirribee Stud stallions Tintin In America, Caribbean Blaster and Lombo Pocket Watch all led in winners during the week. The Tintin In America mare Lady Sharnae NZ won at her Australian debut at Tamworth, the Yirribee bred four-year-old Cambo Blaster (by Caribbean Blaster) won his second race in 1:59.2 at Bathurst, while Willem (by Lombo Pocket Watch) was a most impressive winner in 1:57.2 at Shepparton. Million Dollar Cam, Tintin In America, Caribbean Blaster and Lombo Pocket Watch are part of an imposing Yirribee Pacing Stud sire roster for the upcoming season. They are joined by Australasian champions Lazarus and Lennytheshark and the revered North American duo, Warrawee Needy and Fear The Dragon.   By Peter Wharton

The Stallions Australasia sires Muscle Hill, Trixton and Royalty For Life made a clean sweep of the three trotting features at Woodbine Mohawk Park, Canada on Saturday night (September 14). The Muscle Hill three-year-old colt Green Manalishi S captured the $C605,000 Canadian Trotting Classic, Trixton’s three-year-old daughter Evident Beauty captured the $C376,000 Elegantimage in 1:53, while the Royalty For Life two-year-old gelding HP Royal Theo outmuscled his rivals in the $C370,000 William Wellwood Memorial in a career-best 1:54.4. Green Manalishi S led from the outset and maintained a solid tempo to win by half a length in 1:52.8. It was his 10th success and pushed his stake earnings over the $1 million plateau. Evident Beauty overcame a post position 10, settled midfield on the outer and powered home to score a half-length victory. The Trixton fillies When Dovescry and Princess Deo finished third and fourth respectively. Evidenty Beauty has won nine races and $666,898. While HP Royal Theo, having only his sixth start, was midfield early before moving forward into the one-out in the second stanza. Angled three deep on the home turn, HP Royal Theo unleashed a 28.4 final quarter to score by 1-3/4 lengths.   By Peter Wharton

Former 2YO and 3YO of the Year Lombo Pocket Watch, who is part of the select Yirribee Pacing Stud roster, has made a solid start to the new harness racing season. Lombo Pocket Watch sired a winning double at Wagga on Saturday night (September 7) with the Yirribee Stud owned Mighty Moke Lombo (1:56.2) and The Clock Winder. The champion grey was also represented by the runaway Yarra Valley victor Montenero (1:59.2) and the Cowra winner Watchoutnexttime. Million Dollar Cam, whose stock has been firing on all cylinders recently, took the siring honours at Bathurst with a winning double - Bill Shannon (1:58.6) and Enk Spot Shannon (1:58.9). He also left the Wagga winner Wongalea Charli. Hudsen and Mad Robber, a pair of pacers bred by Yirribee Pacing Stud, won on either side of the country last week. Hudsen made it seven out of 12 with his career-best 1:58 effort at Ballarat, while Mad Robber posted win No 14 at Gloucester Park on Friday (September 6). Lombo Pocket Watch and Million Dollar Cam will be joined by champion Australasian bred pacers Lazarus, Lennytheshark and Caribbean Blaster and the brilliantly performed Americans Warrawee Needy and Fear The Dragon at Yirribee Pacing Stud in the 2019/20 stud season.   By Peter Wharton

The Yirribee Pacing Stud bred and owned Million Dollar Gem has been sold to continue her racetrack career at Yonkers Raceway, New York.    A daughter of Million Dollar Cam, the six-year-old won 17 races including the NSW Breeders Challenge Regional Final, $110,290 in stakes and took a mile mark of 1:53.2.   The deal was clinched by leading New Zealand bloodstock agent John Curtin, of JC International.   Mad Robber, another bred by Yirribee, posted his 13th win at Glooucester Park last Friday and sent his stake tally over the $100,000 mark.   Lombo Pocket Watch's son Folsom Prison picked up his third win at Gloucester Park on August 27, rating 1:58.8 over 2130 metres.   Million Dollar Cam and Lombo Pocket Watch are part of the powerful Yirribee Pacing Stud sire roster for the 2019/20 season. The roster also includes Lazarus, Lennytheshark, Fear The Dragon, Warrawee Needy and Caribbean Blaster. By Peter Wharton

Yirribee Pacing Stud sire Tintin In America's bonny daughter Shartin N cemented her position as the No 1 harness racing mare in North America when she led throughout in the $US137,000 Artiscape in 1:49.1 at Tioga Downs, New York. It was her 13th win from 14 starts this year which includes her eighth Stakes success. She has banked $US857,052 in 2019. Former Canadian 2YO of the Year Warrawee Needy is leaving some smart youngsters in Canada this year. They include the filly Capistrano (1:53.8) and the gelding Noch Ten (1:55). Million Dollar Cam, the Little Brown Jug champion, left two fast winners in NSW in the three-year-old Kyle Shannon (1:59.5, Bathurst) and Chubbs (1:57.2, Wagga). Caribbean Blaster sired a 'new' three-year-old winner In Caribbean Rocket and has now left 16 individual three-year-old winners to date this season, while Lombo Pocket Watch's son Mighty Moke Lombo won in a career-best 1:55.7 at Young. A pair of Yirribee Pacing Stud bred winners for the week were the three-year-old Hudsen, who notched his sixth win from 11 starts at Ballarat, and the Tamworth winner For Me. Tintin In America, Warrawee Needy, Million Dollar Cam, Caribbean Blaster and Lombo Pocket Watch are part of the powerful Yirribee Stud sire roster which also includes Lazarus, Lennytheshark and Fear The Dragon. By Peter Wharton          

The results of harness racing along the eastern seaboard this week further cemented Yirribee Pacing Stud's reputation as one of the leading standardbred nurseries in the country. The Wagga based stud bred no less than six winners for the week - three in NSW, two in Victoria and one in Queensland. The haul included a winning double at Wagga with Million Dollar Gem (1:58.7, by Million Dollar Cam) and the three-year-old Nobbys Clock (1:57.6, by Lombo Pocket Watch). Weona Luke (1:54, Menangle), Offthetopofmyhead (1:56.2, Albion Park), the three-year-old Hudsen (Cranbourne) and Racene (Mildura) were other winners bred by Yirribee Pacing Stud. Besides Nobbys Clock, Lombo Pocket Watchalso sired the 1:56.5 Bathurst winner Watchoutnexttime and a 'new' winner Ifbutzandmaybes (Hobart). Tintin In America left important winners on both sides of the Tasman in Gods Spirit NZ, an impressive end-to-end winner in 1:52.5 at Menangle, and Ella Jaccka, who notched her fourth win at Gore, New Zealand. To complete another busy week, the talented Caribbean Blaster three-year-old Blaster Ranger posted win No. 7 at Wagga last Friday (August 9). Tintin In America, Million Dollar Cam, Caribbean Blaster and Lombo Pocket Watch are part of an imposing Yirribee Pacing Stud roster for the 2019/20 season which also includes champion Ausralasian pacers Lazarus and Lennytheshark and the top flight American performers Fear The Dragon and Warrawee Needy.   By Peter Wharton

Tintin In America's brilliant daughter Shartin hoisted a fresh world record for a female pacer on a mile track of 1:46.8 when she captured the $US183,500 Lady Liberty at The Meadowlands on Saturday (August 3). Sent to the top from the outset, the five-year-old carved out fractions of 26, 27.8, 27.2 and 25.8 in her historic mile. She won by three lengths. Shartin has won 12 of her 12 starts this year for $US742,927 in stakes. Her lifetime tally stands at $US1,872,280. Tintin In America was also represented by the Echuca winner on Thursday night (August 1) in Castafiore. The YIrribee Pacing Stud bred youngster Chasing The Wind, the winner of the Group 2 NSW Breeders Challenge True Final at its first start, made it two for two at Bathurst on Wednesday (July 31), rating 1:57.9 over 1730 metres. Yirribee landed a double at Leeton on Tuesday (July 29) with the Million Dollar Cam three-year-old Kyalla Playboy and the homebred four-year-old King Fisher. The latter won again at Wagga on Sunday (August 4) in a career-best 1:56.6. Tintin In America and Million Dollar Cam are part of the Yirribee Pacing Stud sire roster which also includes Lazarus, Lennytheshark, Fear The Dragon, Caribbean Blaster and Warrawee Needy.   By Peter Wharton

Former pacing superstar Lazarus has met with widespread support from broodmare owners for his first ‘Down Under’ season at Yirribee Pacing Stud, Wagga (NSW).   The $4.1 million, 15-time Group 1 winning son of Bettor’s Delight who was twice voted NZ Horse of the Year has already 125 bookings to date from breeders in all Australian states and both islands of New Zealand.   “We are extremely happy with the bookings from all States. We have 125 booked in at the moment with quite a few more in the pipeline,” Yirribee manager Dianne Sutherland said.   Among the list of high profile mares booked to Lazarus in Australia are the 2002 2YO of the Year Lombo La Fe Fe, the NSW Ladyship Mile winner Vansumic, Miss Trickin Lombo (Vic. Silver Chalice), Ocean Diva (1:51.1), Gilt Bromac NZ (Vic. Gold Chalice), Rarifield Air USA (sister to Rocknroll Hanover), National Gallery (dam of Rocknroll Icon), Texan Cowgirl (dam of Aussie Reactor 1:50.6, $616,425), Magic Maddy Lombo (dam of three $100,000 winners), Eyes Of Courage (dam of Ameretto $565,419), Very Chic (Shakamaker Classic) and The Blue Lotus NZ (1:56.6).   Lazarus served almost a full book of mares in his first season at the prestige Deo Volente Farms in New Jersey earlier this year. They included the double millionairesses Worldly Beauty and Rocklamation, Artistic Vision (dam of Rock N Roll Heaven), Odds On Stephanie (sister to Captaintreacherous) and Artstopper (dam of Always B Miki).     By Peter Wharton

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