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Horse Detail

Name: Grappas Girl

Gender: Filly

Sire: Hinchinbrook

Dam: Helvetica

Trainer: Jason Deamer

Foal Date: 17/8/2016



Thompson Thoroughbreds Australia are offering shares in this filly by Hinchinbrook that was bought out of the Scone Yearling sale in May.  Now two-years-old the brown filly is the first public offering from the TTSC’s Authorised Representative, Thompson Thoroughbreds Australia Pty Limited.

The filly was broken-in by Tim McIntosh Racing out of his base at Muswellbrook and is out of Helvetica a winner of three races with five placings from a racetrack career that lasted for 14-starts.

Helvetica is by the Group 2 San Domenico stakes winner Zariz (by Mukaddamah) and is a half-sister to stakes winning The Mikado and black-type placegetter Brilliant Chapter.

The family received another injection of black-type when Rising Red won the Group 3 BRC Premier’s Cup in Queensland during the winter coming off a solid third in the Group 3 Chairman’s Handicap – now a five-year-old the gelding finished runner-up to Night’s Watch in the Group 3 Foundation Cup at Caulfield after a good effort first up.

Other hardy black-type winners include Princess Talaria (six wins); Mustard (17 wins), Silver Flyer (15 wins) Mishani Warrior (10 wins) and Sir Moments (nine wins).

This brown filly is Helvetica’s second foal the first Bold Arial by I Am Invincible is now three-years-old having eleven starts, for three wins (Metro win at Flemington 12th January 2019) and two placings, the third is a yearling colt by Eurozone. Last spring Helvetica was served by the Group 3 winner Super One (by I Am Invincible).

NOT ENOUGH?  By Hinchinbrook winner of the Listed Canonbury Stakes (1100 m.) on debut and was able to make it two black type wins from as many starts adding the Group 3 Skyline Stakes (1200 m.) a month later.

Well supported by breeders’ Hinchinbrook covered 119 mares in his first season at stud for an advertised fee of $16,500.00 (inc. GST) – six seasons on with 265 runners; 167 individual winners, as August 28th, 14 of them are stakes winners another 15 are stakes placed with those performances seeing the horses service fee rise to $44,000 (inc. GST) before an accident at the stud in July cost the horse his life.

The top performers are Group 1 winners Press Statement (ex Kaaptive Empress) Caulfield Guineas (1600 m.) and Seabrook (ex Midnight Revels) Champagne Stakes (1600 m.).  Hinchinbrook was out of Snippets’ Lass (by Snippets) a mare that won seven races, including the Sapphire and How Now Stakes, the bay daughter of Snow Finch (by Storm Bird) is the dam of  Group 1 Oakleigh Plate winner Snitzel; the Group 3 National Stakes winner Viennese in-turn dam of four winners including the stakes placed Gloriette & Grunderzeit; the stakes-placed Wiener dam of the stakes placegetters Redoutable Heart (two wins) and Za Zi Ba (four wins) and Royal Snippets (two wins) is the dam of Group 3 King’s Troop.

Once the Horse Racing Syndicate has been formed the partnership will be managed by Thompson Thoroughbreds Australia Pty Limited (AR: 001 267 012)Thompson Thoroughbreds Australia Pty Ltd


Trainer Detail

Newcastle trainer Jason Deamer now in his 16th year as a full-time trainer, after a short riding career when his weight got the better of him, with Racing New South Wales granting him his licence in 2002.

Jason is a third-generation horseman and followed the career path set by his grandfather Carl and father John – both too were jockeys.

Jason was a successful apprentice at the tender age of 15 and served the majority of his apprenticeship with his Father.  He moved to Rosehill when it became apparent he would be an asset in a metropolitan stable and his Father transferred his credentials to Jack and Allan Denham at Rosehill.

Leaving, the Denham stable when his lanky frame began to fill out and weight started to increase, Jason was 18 so he returned home to Newcastle and began riding work for Newcastle’s premier trainer at the time, Max Lees.

It was there as Lees’ main work rider, Deamer forged an association with prominent owner David Throsby.

Throsby encouraged Jason to apply for his trainers licence and he was fortunate enough to take over the training of Throsby’s 2002 Magic Millions winning filly, Lovely Jubly (Lion Hunter – Jaboulet) in 2003.

Jason saddled-up the QTC Sires’ Produce Stakes winner in the Group 2 Surround Stakes, on March 15th, with the three-year-old finishing mid-field.  Two-weeks later, Jason had his best result yet in a Group 1 feature when Lovely Jubly finished runner-up to Bollinger (Dehere – Bint Marscay) in the Group 1 Coolmore Classic at Rosehill.

At seasons end, Lovely Jubly was transferred to Brian Mayfield-Smith with the grey winning another two-races from five starts before being retired.

Deamer’s time with Allan and Jack Denham, Max Lees and David Throsby where he gleaned inspiration, secrets to shape his skills that were showcased through Our Renaissance winning six-races and banking more than $110,000 for connections.

Deamer now maintains a stable of 25 at his Broadmeadow base making good use of those facilities including their swimming pool.  At the conclusion of the 2017/18 racing season Deamer had saddled-up 23-individual winners, from 139 runners, with 73 of them earning a cheque – overall horses under his guidance earned more than $500,000 exemplifying returns to their owners’.

The share price is inclusive of the breaking-in fee with Tim McIntosh Racing, the insurance policy is held with Inglis Insurance until May 13th, 2019 all transport and agistment costs have been paid until November 1st 2018.  Thompson Thoroughbreds Australia have paid the 2019 Inglis race series fee, early education with Jason Deamer for a month, Racing Australia’s Horse Racing Syndicate costs are paid too.   Thompson Thoroughbreds Australia will invoice owners, pro-rata to shareholding, as they are responsible for all accounts on behalf of the syndicate and charge a management fee of $33.00 per month.  They have estimated the cost of a two percent share when the filly is in training will be $102.00 (Inc. GST) per month – that’s less than $25 a week!