NZB READY TO RUN SALE 2021
We are thrilled to introduce the Waikato Stud progeny featured in the Ohukia Lodge draft at this week’s New Zealand Bloodstock Ready to Run Sale.
By exciting young sire Tivaci who has produced Never Been Kissed from his first crop. This gelding is bred on the same cross as that G1 Flight S. winner, being by Tivaci from a Savabeel mare. His dam Cheex is a blood-sister to Group-placed Date Night, and her first foal Lottacheex (Pins), in training with Danny O’Brien has shown ability in two starts to date.
By Champion Sire Savabeel who has had five G1 winners since August 1st, this gelding is bred on the exceptional 13.7% SW/R cross with Pins mares that produced star mare Probabeel. He is from one of Waikato Stud’s best families, with his second dam being Daffodil, and current elite performers include Atishu (Savabeel) and Aegon.
Another by star stallion Savabeel, from a full sister to Sacred Falls. This cross is producing stakes winners at a rate of 14.2% to runners. This colt is a full brother to stakes winner and NZ Derby runner up Milford.
Bred on the outstanding Savabeel x Pins cross, this colt is a full brother to dual G1 winners Savvy Coup. Current family of G1 winner Probabeel and Never Been Kissed, and G3 winner Bellaconte.
By Savabeel from stakes-winning Pins mare, Glad. This is one of the best families in the Australian Stud Book that feature Black Caviar, Ole Kirk and All Too Hard.
By Savabeel from an O’Reilly daughter of dual G1 winner Legs. This gelding combines all the power of Waikato Stud’s sirelines; dam by O’Reilly, second dam by Pins, and third dam by Centaine.
By exceptional sire Sacred Falls this colt is bred on the same cross as HK star Courier Wonder, G1-winner Aegon and G3 winner Zee Falls. Current family of G1-winner Probabeel and G3-winner Bellaconte.
Contact the team for more info:
Jamie Beatson – +64 27 455 5256
Chanel Beatson – +64 21 027 433 70
Mark Chittick – +64 21 433 252
Mike Rennie – +64 21 433 073
Jaimee Gowler – +64 21 433 251
Dr Trent Jorgensen – +64 21 833 103
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