Sire: All Too Hard

Colour: Bay

Dam: Redtruth

Sex: Filly

Age: 1

Foaled: Aug 24, 2019

Country: Australia

Trainer: Luke Pepper

Location:Canberra NSW

Price:2.5% @ $890.00 or 5% @ $1,780.00



All Too Hard filly was purchased from Gerry Harvey’s farm Baramul Stud. What a beauty she is. Certainly, well put together, very muscular and all in proportion. Such a great type, nicely balanced and easy on the eye. Very intelligent and has a great temperament for such a young horse.

A filly with quality, presence and is a great mover. Big strong filly while having very good length and athleticism. Well boned and above all an early running type. There is a lot to like.

Jeremy Azzopardi (GOT Director) comments: Lovely, neat well balanced filly. We are going to ask her to be a 2YO. She’ll be one that does train on as a 3YO. She’s correct, got a good attitude, nice fluent action on her and inexpensive. Really well bought and I think it would be a great opportunity to get involved.

This filly is well-bred being closely related to 8 individual Black Type winners including 2 at Group 1 level.

She has the same breeding patterns as All Too Hard’s best progeny Bohemeth and Alligator Blood and has the strongest crosses in the stud book. She is a triple cross of Danzig. A double cross of Vain also a double cross of Northern Dancer.

Our filly has passed 100% clean on her scope, x-ray and clinical examination.


ALL TOO HARD a 4-time Group 1 winner, Australian Champion 3yo colt 2012-13, half-brother to Undefeated and Champion mare BLACK CAVIAR. He is the sire of racing sensation BEHEMOTH, MRC Memsie S., Group 1 and Sir Rupert Clarke S., Group 1 also ALLIGATOR BLOOD, VRC Australian Guineas., Group 1.

He was internationally recognised & rated the equal highest 3yo colt in the world and had a great race record being a four-time Group One winner. 

Being Black Caviar’s half-brother, he had a lot to live up to and has not disappointed. He is already proving himself to be a formidable sire early at stud with earnings of over $35 million, 19 stakes winners and 22 stakes place getters.

(Vinery) have had All Too Hard, the half-brother to Black Caviar, pass 100 winners for the season which is a phenomenal effort. He is an underestimated stallion in my book” – Peter Moody.

“He is the fastest horse I’ve ever put a saddle on and I truly believe he could have gone to the next level in the spring.” – Bjorn Baker


REDTRUTH by TESTA ROSSA. This is her fourth foal, three foals to race for 2 winners. Half-sister to Double Impact a 9 time winner 2 at 2. She placed 4 times at Listed Level and once in a Group 3. Closely related to Caledonian Boy also a 9-time winner 3 at 2 including the Group 1 VATC Elders Mile Handicap.

TESTA ROSSA broodmare sire of 3 Group 1 winners including GLOBAL GLAMOUR and VOW AND DECLARE. He has had 19 individual black type winners and earnings over $59 million in stakes earnings.

She hails from extremely strong blood lines on the sire and dam’s side with a Double Cross of Danzig and a Double Cross of Fairy Bridge.


Luke Pepper rode the Australian turf legend Takeover Target in most of his work and travelled all over the world with the wonderful sprinter, playing a significant role in victories in the UK, Singapore and Japan. Like many top trainers Luke’s involvement with horses dates back to his time in a pony club before developing a passion for the horse that took him show jumping and into other equestrian pursuits.

Luke Pepper learned a great deal from his seven years working with Joseph and another top Canberra horseman, Nick Olive. He became stable foreman before branching out on his own in the 2009/10 season.

Pepper almost immediately made history when he trained the winners of the Moruya, Narooma and Bega Cups in his first year of training.

Luke Pepper enjoys the benefits of the terrific facilities at the course with a synthetic track always available for fast work as well as grass tracks and a swimming pool. Luke has his own horse walker at the stable. Adding to the variety of training he can provide every horse in his care. Being located in Canberra gives Pepper many options when it comes to placing his horses, which he believes is as important as getting them to peak fitness.

The stable is perfectly placed to send horses to Sydney or Melbourne. Luke is quite comfortable taking runners to Adelaide or Brisbane if the right race arises. Luke Pepper has trained more than 200 winners and 500 placings.

“If I can get the best out of each horse I train, then I’m happy,” Luke Pepper says. 

NOMINATIONS AND BONUS SCHEMES –  Eligible for BOBS Bonus scheme, $3.5 million Golden Slipper, $1 million Golden Rose, $1.5 million Blue Diamond and Blue Sapphire.

Share Price: 2.5% share $890.00 or 5% share $1,780.00 or 10% share $3,560.00

Payment Plan $222.50 upfront then 3 x $222.50 equal monthly payments for every 2.5%.

Share Price Includes Purchase Price, Break in, Pre-training, Agistment, Veterinary, Scoping, X-Ray, Transport, VOBIS Gold Bonus scheme, Golden Slipper, Golden Rose, Blue Diamond, Blue Sapphire Registration, all other associated costs and Insurance cover to 31st March 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


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