Owners Enjoy A Sunny Sunday At Randwick

Our 2018 Yearling Parade went off without a hitch at John O'Shea's stables on Sunday. We were treated to a sunny, fine day with good coffee and some outstanding looking horses who proved incredibly popular amongst those looking for their next Champion.

Owners enjoyed catching up with all the current horses in training whilst John discussed their preparations thus far and what we hope to see in the future. Six yearlings were bought down from Emeran Park in the morning and handled the experience like true professionals.

Following the success of Sunday, we can confirm the following shares are left in this year's crop:

Helmet x Paeroa Colt- SOLD
Not A Single Doubt x Irish Love Filly- SOLD
Zoustar x Dutch Romance Filly- 50% already subscibed prior to PDS becominng available
Sacred Falls x Savasong Filly- just 15% remains!
So You Think x Cosabella Filly- 40% remains
Ocean Park x Twilight Granita Colt- 50% remains

You can view each yearlings profile by clicking on the following link: www.championthoroughbreds.com.au/horsesforsyndication

To request the Product Disclosure Statement for any of these yearlings, please contact Neill Ross via neil@championthoroughbreds.com.au or call the office on 02 9188 1010

Creative Moss pictured with some of her adoring owners at Sunday's Open Day
Creative Moss pictured with some of her adoring owners at Sunday's Open Day


Small Ownership Opportunities For Existing Owners!

As you would be aware we only change a $55 a month management fee no matter how many shares you own. So bearing that in mind we would like to offer our owners 1% and 2% shares in the three remaining fillies we have for syndication. 

Knock Toff Knocked Them Off

John O'Shea was expecting a strong run on Friday from Knock Toff first up after an impressive trial win at Randwick on 28th August and that is exactly what he got. Knock Toff jumped from barrier 5, went to the front and sat outside the leader. With Young Brock Ryan in the saddle 

Sacred Falls Colt Wins 2 Year Old Trial in New Zealand

An impressive un-named colt by Sacred Falls out of J'Lo won his first trial, holding off a fast finishing Charm Spirit filly out of Mandy O'Reilly yesterday at Ashburton. Both the Sacred Falls colt and the Charm Spirit filly showed plenty of dash over the 600m.  

Rockview Spirit Racks Up Number 16 For Charm Spirit

Charm Spirit (Invincible Spirit) continued his rich vein of form on Saturday, after the John McConnell-trained Rockview Spirit (2 f ex Deraaya by Mujahid) ran out a brave winner of the Irish Stallion Farms 2YO Fillies Maiden Stakes (5f) at Down Royal to become the 16th first crop winner for the stallion. 

Charm Spirit Kicks Off Southern Hemisphere Career In Style

Precocious un-named Charm Spirit colt wins the first 2-year-old trial of the season in New Zealand beating quality progeny of Zoustar, Pierro, Savabeel, Dissident and Super Easy.  

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