The extraordinary life of one of Australia’s most successful and best-loved stallions has ended with the death of Not A Single Doubt at Arrowfield Stud.
Palaisipan has won six of 11 starts winning over $310,000 and is the first and only foal of her dam Touch of Red, who died in 2018.
Exceed And Excel has sired more than 1640 individual winners - surpassing his sire Danehill and now has 195 Stakes winners worldwide.
She is one of 14 stakes-winners for Pride of Dubai, who is a versatile sire and a real value option on the Coolmore roster this spring at a fee of $16,500.
Widden's Antony Thompson said his farm was intent on adding Madam Rouge to its broodmare roster, having missed on well-performed Zoustar mares Sunlight ($4.2m purchase in 2020) and Mizzy ($2.2m in 2021) in recent years.
Mark Kavanagh paid $50,000 for the filly offered by Mill Park Stud, Meningie at the 2020 Adelaide Magic Millions Yearling Sale.
Triple Crown’s Michael and Chris Ward paid $180,000 for Mazu at the Classic Yearling Sale, where he was offered by his breeder Parsons Creek.
She is the 14th stakes-winner for Pride of Dubai, who is a value option on the roster this spring at a fee of $16,500.
Glint Of Hope becomes the 71st G1-winning Inglis graduate since 2018 and is the second consecutive Inglis graduate to win the Australasian Oaks following the success of Media Award last year.