Cat To Be Addictive!
Colt by Tale of the Cat - Addictive
Delbridge Racing, run by Mark Leo, has been in the business of syndicating thoroughbreds for just eight (8) years. Already, Leo has syndicated 26 individual winners!.
Some of the horses Leo has syndicated include the wonderful gelding Drizzle (by Torrential), who went to the races more than 50-times and collected more than $450,000 for his connections. The Group 3 winner, Shamoline Warrior (by Shamardal), seven starts and collected another happy group of people more than $200,000! With the very promising Pakari Toa (by Darci Brahma) on his books Leo is thrilled to be offering shares in this chestnut colt by Tale of the Cat.
A flashy chestnut, that will be trained at the Gold Coast by, Bruce Hill who has trained a number of horses in recent years for Delbridge Racing with Longstreet winning four races for the Delbridge Racing / Bruce Hill combination the most notable.
Leo said "this colt is a well conformed type and is already well developed physically. He has plenty of room in his skeleton to develop into a powerful racehorse."
Out of the Flying Spur mare, Addictive the dam of So Anyway (by General Nediym) winner of the Dark Jewel Classic at Scone.
So Anyway, is raced by Patinack Farm, and the chestnut has also collected the runners-up cheque in the Group 3 VRC Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes. Along with placing's in the Group 2 Reisling Slipper Trial, Group 2 Surround Stakes, Group 3 Newcastle Newmarket Handicap and James H.B. Carr Stakes and earnings of more than $350.000.
Addictive is out of a winner of nine races from 1000m to 1400m in Rich Haul (by Haulpak) and earned more than $100,000 during her career on the track. Now the dam of Zedrich and The Heavyweight, (both horses are by Zeditave and both are black-type winning juveniles). Rich Haul, is also the dam of the Macau Group 1 winner, Lisboa Stand (by Gold Fever) and the stakes winning, Born Western (by Western Symphony).
Key Satellite from another branch of this family is the grandam of the Group 1 SAJC Robert Sangster Stakes winner, Rostova (by Testa Rossa) and it's a family that appears in the pedigree of New Zealand Group 1 Railway Handicap winner, Imananabaa (by Anabaa).
All up in the first four generations of this colts family 30 stakes winners appear alongside 239 individual winners, as of March 14th.
Not enough? This colts, sire, Tale of the Cat was a talented racehorse too. He won on the turf and dirt and is responsible for 78 stakes winners world-wide.
Tale of the Cat is the standard bearer for his sire line Storm Cat in Australia and New Zealand. Out of a Mr. Prospector mare in Yarn, Tale of the Cat is responsible for the top class gallopers, Gathering, Glamour Puss, Trusting, Falkirk, Real Saga, Nine Tales, Willow Creek, De Lightning Ridge, Booklet, Bantry Bay, Cat D'Antibes and Tell A Tale.
Bruce Hill took out his trainer's licence in the mid-seventies and by 1980 had travelled a horse to Melbourne, when deciding to make Australia his home. Immediately, securing a job as travelling foreman for Geoff Murphy where he worked for three years and went on to be Geoff's Melbourne foreman for a further four years.
During this time with Murphy, Bruce looked after great racehorses like Grosvenor, Sovereign Red and Melbourne Cup winner Gurners Lane. From 1987 until 1997 Bruce trained a small team of horses and put into practice the skills he had picked up from leading mentors, including training a horse to peak in the right race.
After his largest client passed away Bruce moved to the Gold Coast, where he acted as foreman for Gerald Ryan, one of Australia's leading trainers. Bruce worked for Gerald for almost ten years, winning races such as the Queensland Guineas with Saxon, Magnifier and Regent Street and the Queensland Oaks with Mon Mekki.
When Gerald decided to transfer to Sydney, Bruce had no hesitation in taking over Ascot Lodge. The transition was smooth and the winners have kept on coming. Bruce has trained a number of horses in recent years for Delbridge Racing with Longstreet winning four races for the Delbridge Racing / Bruce Hill combination the most notable.
*Prices quoted are inclusive of GST.
The TTSC holds an ASIC issued
ACN 112 056 032 | Australian Financial Services Licence No. 288 213.
$6,650* - Per 5% share,
Vendor retaining: 4
No. shares: 16
The share price per 5% share is $6,650.00 (inc GST); or 10% share is $13,300.00 (inc GST). The share cost is inclusive of all transport costs, the Magic Millions and BOBS race series fees, all training and agistment fees until June 30th, 2012. Insurance for death and mortality is paid until April 11th, 2013.
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