Pencarrow 32

Roll of Honour

RHYTHM TO SPARE


Pencarrow Stud yearling graduate Rhythm to Spare captured the Group 3 RA

Lee Stakes in South Australia as a four-year-old, rising through the grades quickly. The son of Pins showed ability as a three-year-old, placing in the Group 3 Grand Prix Stakes in Brisbane.

Rhythm to Spare is a Pencarrow home-bred being out of Group 1 Avondale Cup runner-up Stanica (Zabeel) who carried the Pencarrow colours. Trainer Mike Moroney's Bloodstock Agent brother Paul purchased Rhythm to Spare for $100,000 at the 2011 Karaka Premier Sale.

RHYTHM TO SPARE

TE AKAU COUP


Winner of the Group 2 Matamata Breeders' Stakes in outstanding style and a very smart filly. A half-sister to Don Garcia (Danehill), bought by David Ellis for $1,050,000 as a yearling, Te Akau Coup was also purchased by Ellis from the 2007 New Zealand Bloodstock Yearling Sale from the draft of Pencarrow Stud, but for a far more conservative sum of $150,000. The Matamata Breeders’ Stakes has always offered terrific residual value for the winner, and it should be no exception for the good bodied and athletic Te Akau Coup.

TE AKAU COUP

WINNING BELLE


Scored a fine win in the Group 2 Queensland Guineas and also finished a game third in the Group 1 Queensland Oaks. Also won the Group 3 Canterbury Cup. She finished second to the great Makybe Diva in the Group 1 Australian Cup which was run in world record time.

WINNING BELLE

FEARS NOTHING


Fears Nothing proved himself a very competitive performer on the track and was the winner of one of the country’s most sort after events, the Group 2 Rich Hill Mile. Coming into the race in solid form, Fears Nothing raced back and wide in transit but was simply too good in the Ellerslie straight, coming from almost dead last and, with a sustained turn-of-foot, raced over the top of the field to claim his deserved stakes winning status.

FEARS NOTHING

OUR LAFITE


Had huge amount of ability and was a stylish winner of the Group 2 Wakeful Stakes at the Melbourne spring carnival before finishing a very brave second in the Group 1 Victoria Oaks at Flemington.

DOLMABACHE


A tough Redoute’s Choice mare, Dolmabache showed significant development during her four-year-old season and capped off the 2011/12 season in style, returning from an Australian campaign to win the Group 2 Travis Stakes at Te Rapa beating a good field of fillies and mares.

DOLMABACHE

GAIUS


Winner of the Group 2 Concorde Handicap at Avondale and a very fast galloper. He won a total of eight races and was successful in Italy, winning theGroup 2 Rome Premio Melton.

FINEZZA BELLE


Won the Group 2 Grand Prix Stakes at the Brisbane winter carnival against a quality field. Was also a placegetter in the Group 1 Queensland Derby and Group 1 Queensland Oaks.

FINEZZA BELLE

STAR OF NOUVELLE


Scored an outstanding win in the Group 2 Reisling Slipper in Sydney. Had a huge amount of talent and had a big reputation throughout her racing career which produced five wins and seven placings from just 22 starts. She is well bred being a daughter of Star Watch and the Mill Reef mare, Giladah, and was an outstanding 2yo performer. She was also Group 1 placed in the Karrakatta Plate in Western Australia.

STAR OF NOUVELLE

CHRISTIANIA BELLE


Winner of the Group 2 Dulcie Stakes at Te Rapa against a high quality line-up of fillies and mares. She had an abundance of talent.

CHRISTIANIA BELLE