TBNSW Breeders Update Autumn 2018 - Page 22



New Stallions for New South Wales (continued)
PARIAH (AUS)
Bay horse, 2014
Standing at Arrowfield Stud, Scone
Fee: $22,000
A Group winner as a debut 2YO, G1 placed in the Blue Diamond and
one of the highest rated two-year-olds of his generation, Pariah
returned with Group brilliance over 1100m at 3YO. The beautiful son of
Redoute’s Choice joins the sire dynasty in 2018, alongside Snitzel and
Not A Single Doubt. Pariah (Timeform rating 119) joins his illustrious
father Redoute’s Choice and paternal half-brothers Snitzel, Not a
Single Doubt and Scissor Kick at Arrowfield Stud this season and is
among his father’s 157 black type winners.
A $700,000 yearling, the good looking rising four-year-old proved
more precocious than most of the Redoute’s Choice progeny, scoring
on debut at two years in the ATC Canonbury Stakes (Gr. 3, 1100m)
at Rosehill Gardens in January, 2017, form which looks strong as he
defeated Menari.
Pariah further proved himself one of the best juveniles of his generation
by finishing second in the MRC Blue Diamond Prelude (Gr. 3) and then
filled the same placing in the Blue Diamond Stakes (Gr. 1,1200m),
going down narrowly after being three wide for most of the journey.
Only raced nine times for two wins and three second placings to earn
$541,100 in prizemoney, Pariah at three years resumed early this
season to score a brilliant victory in the ATC San Domenico Stakes (Gr.
3) in fast time before a fine second to Menari in the ATC Run to the
Rose (Gr. 2) with the likes of Kementari and Invader behind him.
As well as being a son of Australia’s greatest sire-of-sires, Pariah
comes from a sire producing female line, that of top class two-yearold and sprinter Zeditave who left 36 black type winners, seven of
them at Group One level, and earners of more than $40 million.
DANZIG
DANEHILL
CANNY LAD
SHANTHA’S CHOICE
DANCING SHOW
Pariah’s dam Secluded, a daughter of champion sire Hussonet, was
a good winner in Sydney and a half-sister to Melito (by Pariah’s sire
Redoute’s Choice), winner of five stakes events including two Group
One tests for earnings of almost $2 million.
Cloister (Marauding), second dam of Pariah, was a stakes winner as
an early two-year-old in Melbourne as was her dam Pampas Fire,
a half-sister to Zeditave and to Alannon, a promising sire before his
early death.
RAZYANA
REDOUTE’S
CHOICE (AUS)
MR PROSPECTOR
HUSSONET
SACAHUISTA
SECLUDED (AUS)
MARAUDING
CLOISTER
PAMPAS FIRE
Pariah is linebred to champion Sir Ivor and to the ultra brilliant Biscay.
RIBCHESTER (IRE)
Bay horse, 2013
Standing at Darley, Aberdeen
Fee: $24,750
Europe’s champion miler for the past two seasons, Ribchester
(Timeform 129 at both 3yrs and 4yrs) should prove a valuable addition to
Australia’s sire ranks in 2018.
He is a four time Group One winner and broke the track record at Royal
Ascot when capturing the historic Queen Anne Stakes.
Ribchester raced only 16 times over three seasons for six wins and eight
placings, opening his account as a juvenile by taking the Mill Reef Stakes
(Gr.2, 6f -1200m) and finishing second in the Gimcrack Stakes (Gr. 2) at York.
The son of successful international sire Iffraaj improved at three years
to defeat a strong field in the Prix Jacques le Marois (Gr. 1, 1600m)
at Deauville, also won the Jersey Stakes (Gr. 3, 7f – 1400m) at Royal
Ascot in impressive fashion and placed in three Group One contests,
the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (8f – 1600m) at Ascot, the Two Thousand
Guineas (8f-1600m) at Newmarket and the Goodwood Sussex Stakes (8f
– 1600m) when only narrowly beaten.
Ribchester’s performances as a four-year-old last year again showed
his high class as he picked up three more Group One events, the Queen
Anne Stakes, Prix du Moulin de Longchamp and the Newbury Lockinge
Stakes, all at around 1600m, and placed in three other Group One tests.
GONE WEST
ZAFONIC
ZAIZAFON
IFFRAAJ (GB)
NURUYEV
PASTORALE
Iffraaj, the sire of Ribchester, has shuttled to New Zealand in recent
seasons and has proved very successful, leaving such top grade
performers as Jon Snow, Gingernuts and Turn Me Loose while in
Europe his other major winners include Benvenue, Chriselliam, Rizeena
and Wootton Bassett, now one of the stars among young sires in Europe.
Ribchester’s dam Mujarah (Marju) is a half-sister to stakes winners
Tactic and Yaazy while his third dam Mehthaaf, a daughter of Nureyev,
was champion three-year-old filly of her year in Britain.
This is a branch of the wonderful family tracing back to American blue
hen mare Fall Aspen so there is great depth to Ribchester’s pedigree.
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PARK APPEAL
LAST TYCOON
MARJU
FLAME OF TARA
MUJARAH (IRE)
DARSHAAN
TANAGHUM
MEHTHAAF
NSW BREEDERS’ UPDATE Autumn 2018

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