Sire: Magic Albert
Dam: Only Words
Trainer: Jason Coyle
Foal Date: 4/10/2013
SIGNATURE SYNDICATIONS FIRST PUBLIC OFFERING
This two-year-old colt by Magic Albert is the first public offering from Signature Syndications a chestnut colt that was broken in during June by Tallymore Equestrian.
Signature were very pleased with the colts progress and have since advised the TTSCthat the chestnut would have another short spell in July and then will be sent back to Tallymore for a his second phase of education.
By Magic Albert, a son of Zeditave and a winner of seven races from 13-career starts, retired for covering duties to Yarraman Park Stud in 2002 with $471,100.00 in earnings. A quality sprinter, Magic Albert finished third in the rich Magic Millions two-year-old event in 2001 behind the Gai Waterhouse trained duo of Excellerator and Miss Bussell.
As a spring three-year-old won the Group 2 STC Peter Pan Stakes where the chestnut defeated the Magic Millions victor, Excellerator by two-and-a-half lengths. Magic Albert record victories over some top line thoroughbreds including Ha Ha (a Golden Slipper winner) and Viscount (a winner of three Group 1 races).
Magic Albert consistently sires winners with crop statistics revealing more than 100
individual winners for the racing seasons of 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14.
Last season Magic Albert’s sired 84 individual winners that won 131 races from 221 runners with seasonal earnings of more than $3.7million. Just, for good measure those statistics included two stakes winners (The Cynic and Magic Boy) and a lone stakes placegetter (Ron’s Call).
NOT ENOUGH? Only Words was a $130,000 purchase out of the 2002 William Inglis Easter yearling sale and connections sent the filly to John Hawkes. A bay by End Sweep, Only Words began her racing career in perfect fashion winning on debut to break her maiden status over 1100m when a spring three-year-old. The following year Only Wordswon again at the start of the fillies campaign before winning the Group 2 AJC Surround Stakes (1400m) defeating another from the stable Ike’s Dream (a subsequent Group 1 winner). Hawkes, then targeted the Group 2 STC Phar Lap Stakes over 1500m with Only Words and under the guidance of Rod Quinn defeating rivals by 1-3/4 lengths.
Only Words retired to the breeding barn with career record of 13-starts six wins and earnings of $585,025.00 for connections.
It only gets better for Jason Coyle.
After a season in 2013-14 in which his runners earned a tick under $1 million, Coyle came out firing the following year.
Signing off with 50 individual winners, thus making the 2014-15 season Coyle’s best ever with 26 more winners than the previous season, with the stable earnings climbing to more than $1.8million almost $800,000 in earnings on the previous season. Coyle is aiming to enhance that figure with five winners and more than $150,000 at the close of the first month of the new racing season of 2015-16.
It is little wonder the trainer regarded as one of the up and coming trainers in Sydney and being one of the younger brigade his connections will enjoy the success that he is.
Coyle has learnt from the best, working for the cream of Randwick trainers – Gai Waterhouse, David Payne, John Size and John O’Shea. That experience built within him a simple philosophy: “to produce the very best result for every horse under his care and for every owner.”
Coyle combines an unflappable nature, an eye for detail, and a hunger and passion for everything to do with training thoroughbreds.
In his short career, Coyle has already prepared two Group 1 winners – Onemorenomorein the 2009 Champagne Stakes at Randwick and Linky Dink in the 2009 TJ Smith Stakes at Eagle Farm. He has also saddled up two Group 2 winners, four Group 3 winners and six Listed race winners.
He is proven at being successful with young horses, as well as the patience and skill to continue winning races with seasoned gallopers of all class levels.
Coyle began training at Newcastle, going on to train for the Patinack Farm operation at Warwick Farm. Preferring a more-hands-on approach than that position allowed, he transferred to Randwick and reduced his team to 25 and is now back at Warwick Farm.
A rare affinity with young horses is matched by the patience and aptitude required to win with seasoned gallopers at all class levels.
Coyle includes some of Australia’s biggest and most successful syndicators as clients, but remains true to his wish to stick to a manageable team.
Coyle has 26 boxes at Warwick Farm stables where he has access to every facility necessary to put a horse into winning condition.