Foaled: Aug 07, 2019
Trainer: Stephen Jones
Price:2.5% @ $990.00 or 5% @ $1,980.00
Bred to be a sprinter and looks the part. Above all relaxed individual and shows all the trademarks of being a good racehorse. This is certianly well put together, a nice type. In addition a fluent mover with intelligence to match. Furthermore, he is balanced with a lovely action.
Stephen Jones (Trainer) comments: I really like this horse, he is by Invader one of the sires of the moment. Great mover, well balanced colt. Lovely head. Everything about him I like, nice clean skin on him. He would be a real contender for the 2yo race at Scone ($200,000). I am very happy to have him in the stable.
Jeremy Azzopardi (GOT Director) comments: From the pedigree analysis, it was pretty clear that he comes from a very strong family that throws lots of Group 1 winning stallions that go to stud. The mother is the half-sister to 2 group one winning stallions that stand at stud. Furthemore upon inspection he had sprinter written all over him and had a lot of similarities to his father Invader. A good size but not too big, nice physic. Above all everything in proportion and looks like he could get up and go early like his sire and dam that both won.
The colt is currently at Doran Park being educated by astute breaker Gordan Pratt.
The Invader colt also has 14 individual Group 1 winners bred on the same patterns. This includes RUSSIAN REVOLUTION, EXTREME CHOICE and MISS FINLAND
The pedigree is exceptional pedigree this colt is the direct descendant of 140 individual black type winners including, 36 at Group 1 level, 19 at Group 2 level and 25 at Group 3 level. This includes MOSSFUN, REBEL RAIDER and RISING ROMANCE.
Our colt has also passed 100% clean on his scope, x-ray and clinical examination.
INVADER A Champion son of Champion Sire Snitzel, Invader’s victory in the Group 1 Sires’ Produce Stakes during his juvenile season was nothing short of sensational. In what was one of the strongest fields in the history of the race, Invader defeated fellow Group 1-winning Snitzel colt Summer Passage, with subsequent Champion 3YO and four-time Group 1 winner Trapeze Artist, also by Snitzel, back in third.
Furthermore Invader has the all-important Australian market requirements of precocity, speed and conformation being by Snitzel out of a black-type Encosta de Lago mare. Similarly, he is positioned to continue the legacy of Champion Sires Danehill, Redoute’s Choice and Snitzel before him and become the next sire-sensation in Australia.
As the highest Timeform rated 2YO in history by his sire, Invader has also been highly sought after.
“He certianly was a stand-out! Invader was a well-made, strong, short-coupled colt as a yearling. An attractive colt with power, he caught the eye. He also had the look of a two-year-old, which I was after. He proved this with his Gr.1 two-year-old victory in the Sires’ Produce. I look forward to seeing his progeny in coming years.” – Michael Wallace, China Horse Club
REQUEJADA by FIRST SAMURAI. Considered an early running horse winning at 2, she was also a handy racehorse coming fourth in a listed race. In addition well bred being the half-sister to ALBERTUS MAXIMUS a 6-time winner including at Group 1 level and furthermore standing at stud. Half-sister to DAREDEVIL 2 wins at 2 a Group 1 winner and standing at stud also.
Requejada is also the daughter of American racehorse Chasethewildwin a 3-time winner including winning at Hollywood Park. In addition the Grandam of Race The Wild Win a winner of 5 races including the famous Anita Santa Maria Group 1. Her pedigree runs deep with group 1 winners all around the world.
TRAINER: STEPHEN JONES
Firstly Stephen is a well-travelled and experienced horseman. Stephen Jones has had a lifelong passion for horses and thoroughbred racing. His career in the industry commenced as a jockey in 1974. During his time in the saddle, Stephen also had the privilege of working for the legendary TJ Smith at Randwick and then John J Berry at Canterbury.
In 1981 Stephen turned his experience to training and established himself at stables in Canterbury for 10 years, then Rosehill for another 10 years before heading to the sunshine state of Queensland. During such time Stephen has had the opportunity to work alongside some of Australia’s leading trainers in 2013. Aftert that, Stephen took a 12-month training stint in Penang Malaysia, before returning to the Gold Coast. His training operation is now situated in Scone NSW.
Stephen is a hands on trainer to best understand the needs of each and every horse. He believes the health, fitness and recovery of each horse is paramount to success on the track. The horses at Stephen Jones Racing have access to the state of the art facilities at the Scone Race Club.
Career highlights for Stephen include winning at Group level with River Love, and the Southern Cross Classic with Profits. Stephen has a reputation for being a most capable horseman. He is well known, liked and respected throughout the industry. In short he is friendly and approachable, and welcomes owners and friends to become involved in the stables.
NOMINATIONS AND BONUS SCHEMES – Eligible for BOBS Bonus Scheme, $8 million Inglis Race Series, $3.5 million Golden Slipper, $2 million Inglis Millennium, $1 million Golden Rose, $1 million Inglis Sprint.
Share Price: 2.5% share $990.00 or 5% share $1,980.00 or 10% share $3,960.00
Payment Plan – $247.50 upfront then 3 x $247.50 equal monthly payments for every 2.5%.
Share Price Includes – Purchase Price, Break in, Pre-training, Agistment, Veterinary, Scoping, X-Ray, Transport, BOBS Bonus scheme, Inglis Race Series, Golden Slipper, Golden Rose, Registration, all other associated costs and Insurance cover to 28th February 2022.
The Fixed Flat Fee for a 2.5% share per month is $99.00 (incl. GST) and for a 5% share is $198.00 (incl. GST) and so on for ongoing upkeep expenses. First fixed cost start 1st June, 2021
WE DO NOT CHARGE MANAGEMENT FEES or TAKE PERCENTAGE OF PRIZEMONEY
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