FOR A REASON

If a son of Art Major is going to make it in the breeding barn, it surely will be For a Reason.

By a champion sire and out of Left For Me – a Fake Left mare who has already left six other winners outside her Millionaire son For A Reason.

Breeders – you can’t go past For A Reason – he ticks all the boxes, both on the track and now already in the stallion barn. His 27 wins yielded $1,111,470. The Group 1 winner is the richest Australian son of Art Major, and was crowned Australian three year old of his season, on the back of claiming the New South Wales and Queensland Derbies.

For A Reason’s 2013 Victoria Cup victory was outstanding, beating the likes of dual interdominion champion, Beautide, Caaribbean Blaster, Christen Me and the Gold Ace. And now he is the sire of a Group I winner himself in the Breeders Challenge 2yo Colts and Geldings Final winner, Conviction.

For A Reason is from the same family as the outstanding mare Steamed Wash, the SA Oakes winner, who went on to claim the Jodies Babe and the Group 1 Queen of the Pacific. Also in this family is Kiwi star pacer of the 70’s, Bronze Trail, who won the 1976 New Zealand two year old of the season. A recent talent in the same family is Waldenburg, who won the Simpson Sprint at Menangle and was runner up in the 2011 Breeders Crown Final for 2yo’s, beating home the likes of Philadelphia Man.

For a Reason offers breeders a golden opportunity to take advantage of an amazing eligible $13,000 first win bonus as a 2yo or 3yo and $500 Colonial Stallion Bonus rebate for NSW Breeders.

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FLY LIKE AN EAGLE

 

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The son of Mach Three – Fly Like an Eagle – is standing his second season at Yirribee Pacing Stud.

Former New Zealand 2yo of the year, who has his first crop of foals hit the ground this season, represents great value at $2750.00.

A four time Group One winner, Fly Like an Eagle, defeated the best pacers of his time including Christen Me, Smolda, Sushi Sushi, and Sir Lincoln. He still holds the New Zealand record as the fastest two year old over 1700 metres with a mile rate of 1:55.9

In Australia the best of his 8 wins was his victory in the 2012 Breeders Crown Final for 3yo colts and geldings.

In New Zealand one his most memorial wins came in the New Zealand Derby where he defeated Smolda and Scandalman (who went on to win the NSW Derby that year).

As a 2yo, Fly Like an Eagle claimed the Group 1 Emerald on Harness Jewels Day at Ashburton and also the Group 1 Cardigan Bay Stakes.

His Sire, Mach Three, need no introduction himself as a Sire, but he is fast becoming a sire of sires though his sons.

However, Fly Like an Eagle has another X Factor in that he is out of a Falcon Seelster mare, Three Eagles, who decends from the family of champion Kiwi pacers Chokin , a dual Auckland Cup & Miracle Mile Winner & NZ Cup winner and Changeover, a NZ Cup winner in World record time, 6 time Group 1 winner and successful sire.  Three Eagles is also the dam of Mach Doro (9 wins to date) and exciting filly – three Squared.

From the Sire of Sires, and out of one of the best New Zealand maternal families, Fly Like an Eagle offers breeders a golden opportunity to take advantage of an amazing chance to be eligible for $13,000 in first win bonus’s and prizemoney as a 2yo or 3yo.

 

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WARRAWEE NEEDY

If it is speed you are looking for, look no further this season than Warrawee Needy. The outstanding grandson of Cam Fella shares the title of the fastest horse in the world with Somebeachsomewhere and Hes Watching.

Warrawee Needy won 29 races on the track and over $1.25 million US, so today we will take an in depth look at his pedigree.

E Dees Cam Warrawee Needys sire was the fastest horse in the US in 2003 rating 1:48.3.

E Dee Cam won 27 times, 13 seconds and 16 thirds from 97 starts and earnings of $864,767 US over six season on the track.

E Dees Cam won the prestigious Dan Patch Invitational, a race which has a honour roll of who’s who in the US Pacing world including Jennas Beach Boy, Pacific Fella, Cammibest, Artistic Fella, Mister Big, Shark Gesture, Sweet Lou and this year, Wiggle It Jiggle It.

Warrawee Needy’s maternal side is very strong currently out of an unraced Apache Flame mare called Great Memories, who has also left Big Bay Point 1:49 and over half a million in prize money.

Great Memories is a daughter of Save the Memories 1:52.4 ($304,285) who has left Savor the Memory 1:52.1f ($677,246), Major Memory 1:51.2s ($312,697), Memory in Motion 1:53.2f ($206,806) and So Many Memories ($85,907).

Save the Memories is a full sister to Idylwood Bonnie, the dam of Rambarin 1:50.2s ($1,163,139), Cambaran ($295,893) and Idylwood Legend ($200,864) the dam of champion two-year old Lady Craceful ($1,113,376), Devils Ivy ($489,287), Princess Callie ($303,977).

Rambarin (by Western Hanover) 1:50.2s ($1,163,139) is now a very good sire in Canada, leaving the winners of over $30,000,000 to date from just 660 foals. He is the sire of 7 in better than 1:50 and has produced 90 winners of over $100,000 to date including Ramegade Bruiser 1:49.4 ($1,196,776).

Warrawee Needy has a great race record becoming the fastest horse in the world at theMeadowlands rating 1:46.4 in the $50,000 elimination of the William Haughton Memorial, beating Golden Receiver 1:48m ($2,211,643), the richest horse in history Foiled Again 1:48f ($7,416,382), Razzle Dazzle 1:49f ($1,017,899) Hugadragon 1:49.3f ($934,834), Sapphire City 1:49.4f ($1,160,317), A Rocknroll Dance 1:47.2s ($2,441,164), Our Lucky Chip 1:48.2s ($602,889) and Heston Blue Chip 1:48f ($1,779,373) in that order.

Warrawee Needy served over 130 mares in his first season at stud in Canada this year, he was test bred in 2013 to five mares, and two of those foals sold for up to $50,000 at the 2015 yearling sales. One of those foals, is Warrawee Speedy, who won in 1:57.1 at Hiawatha Horse Park, the fastest 2yo time of the season thus far in Canada on a 1000 metre track.

Yirribee Stud is proud to be able to advertise the fact that this magnificent horse is standing his first season down under at the stud at a Service Fee of $3850.00.

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CARIBBEAN BLASTER

Caribbean Blaster will stand his third season at Stud in 2016/17 at our nursery of champions.

The former four time Group 1 winner served over 100 mares in his first season and another strong book last year.

On the racetrack Caribbean Blaster was an outstanding racehorse winning the Victoria Cup, The Chariots of Fire, The Breeders Crown and who could ever forget his victory over Smoken Up in the 2013 SA cup.

Now, by all reports, Caribbean Blaster has stamped his progeny like himself, strong and magnificent looking individuals. The trainers are in awe of the 2 year olds they are preparing and Clients with those progeny are lining up for another breeding this season.

He is by the champions sire, Bettors Delight, who’s progeny have just taken out the Jug double in Delaware with LA Delight winning the Juggette on Wednesday and Betting Line taking out the 71st running of the Little Brown Jug.

Caribbean Blaster boosts a strong maternal line – his Dam – Kalypso 2:00.8 ($30,110) has produced has also produced such smart types as Protikora 1:59 ($212,109) who took out the Newcastle Oaks and Derby as a three year old and Kalypson Kid 1:56.4 ($125,351), the 2011 Tasmanian Easter Cup (Group 3) winner.

Kalypso is a half sister to six winners including the classy Grand Stride 1:52.4 ($324,658) the APG and NSW Breeders Challenge winner as a three year old while his third dam Willing Whiz (winner of Bathurst Gold Tiara at 2 and NSW Sires Stakes at 3) has left nine winners including smart types such as Heezgotattitude 1:56.8 ($157,987) and Zaneden 1:56.6 ($123,500)

Caribbean Blaster is also closely related to Charlaval,  the winner of this years Breeders Challenge, – also in this family, is Rohan Home and 2006 2yo of the year,  Cuttheattitude.

Standing at just $2750 inc Gst, with generous discounts and the Colonial stallion rebate of $500, coupled with the fact  NSW progeny could be eligible for $9000 in bonuses for their first two or three year old win,  Caribbean Blaster represents outstanding value in the breeding barn.

 

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THE NEED FOR SPEED IS HERE

If it is speed you are looking for, look no further this season than Warrawee Needy. The outstanding grandson of Cam Fella shares the title of the fastest horse in the world with Somebeachsomewhere and Hes Watching.

Warrawee Needy won 29 races on the track and over $1.25 million US, so today we will take an in depth look at his pedigree.

E Dees Cam Warrawee Needys sire was the fastest horse in the US in 2003 rating 1:48.3.

E Dee Cam won 27 times, 13 seconds and 16 thirds from 97 starts and earnings of $864,767 US over six season on the track.

E Dees Cam won the prestigious Dan Patch Invitational, a race which has a honour roll of who’s who in the US Pacing world including Jennas Beach Boy, Pacific Fella, Cammibest, Artistic Fella, Mister Big, Shark Gesture, Sweet Lou and this year, Wiggle It Jiggle It.

Warrawee Needy’s maternal side is very strong currently out of an unraced Apache Flame mare called Great Memories, who has also left Big Bay Point 1:49 and over half a million in prize money.

Great Memories is a daughter of Save the Memories 1:52.4 ($304,285) who has left Savor the Memory 1:52.1f ($677,246), Major Memory 1:51.2s ($312,697), Memory in Motion 1:53.2f ($206,806) and So Many Memories ($85,907).

Save the Memories is a full sister to Idylwood Bonnie, the dam of Rambarin 1:50.2s ($1,163,139), Cambaran ($295,893) and Idylwood Legend ($200,864) the dam of champion two-year old Lady Craceful ($1,113,376), Devils Ivy ($489,287), Princess Callie ($303,977).

Rambarin (by Western Hanover) 1:50.2s ($1,163,139) is now a very good sire in Canada, leaving the winners of over $30,000,000 to date from just 660 foals. He is the sire of 7 in better than 1:50 and has produced 90 winners of over $100,000 to date including Ramegade Bruiser 1:49.4 ($1,196,776).

Warrawee Needy has a great race record becoming the fastest horse in the world at theMeadowlands rating 1:46.4 in the $50,000 elimination of the William Haughton Memorial, beating Golden Receiver 1:48m ($2,211,643), the richest horse in history Foiled Again 1:48f ($7,416,382), Razzle Dazzle 1:49f ($1,017,899) Hugadragon 1:49.3f ($934,834), Sapphire City 1:49.4f ($1,160,317), A Rocknroll Dance 1:47.2s ($2,441,164), Our Lucky Chip 1:48.2s ($602,889) and Heston Blue Chip 1:48f ($1,779,373) in that order.

Warrawee Needy served over 130 mares in his first season at stud in Canada this year, he was test bred in 2013 to five mares, and two of those foals sold for up to $50,000 at the 2015 yearling sales. One of those foals, is Warrawee Speedy,  who won in 1:57.1 at Hiawatha Horse Park, the fastest 2yo time of the season thus far in Canada on a 1000 metre track.

Yirribee Stud is proud to be able to advertise the fact that this magnificent horse is standing his first season down under at the stud at a Service Fee of $3850.00.

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SEASON START

With the early start to the 2016/17 breeding season, we have started shipping semen to all parts of Australia.  Orders must be in by 8:30pm  the previous night and relevant booking contracts must be completed.

A lot of interest has been shown by breeders already to the new Boy, Warrawee Needy. Equalling the world record of 1:46.4 at 4 years of age, Warrawee Needy is the fastest aged pacer ever to satnd down under. In setting his world record Warrawee Needy left in his wake the likes of Heston Blue chip and A Rocknroll Dance.

For A Reason, the Champion son of Art Major, will stand this season at Yirribee Stud. The multiple Group 1 winner has already left himself left a Group 1 winner and $100k plus earner in Conviction, winner of the 2016 Breeders Challenge.

Caribbean Blaster, the magnificent son of Bettors Delight, has served big books in his first two seasons in the breeding barn is set to continue in 2016.

Yirribee is excited to announce Fly Like an Eagle has returned for his second season . The four time Group 1 winner is the  son of Mach Three , and we all know the success that is being delivered from his progeny.

Million Dollar Cam is having a great season siring 29 individual winners in 2015/16 season. The son of Cams Card Shark has a wonderful 50% runners to winners percentage.

Also, the former juvenile champion,  Lombo Pocket Watch sire of Clancys Fob Watch, the Fake Left stallion, Robin Hood,  River Khan  and John Street North are all included in this years line ujp.

 

 

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MILLION DOLLAR CAM – BIG WEEK-END OF WINNERS

Million Dollar Cam, one of Yirribee Stud’s resident stallions, just keeps siring winner after winner.

Over the past week-end Million Dollar Cam sired four outstanding winners beginning on Friday in Mildura, with five-year old son Riley James.

Riley James recorded his thirteenth win, despite being third to last at the bell and three wide, outstaying his rivals to win by six point eight metres.

Friday night at Wagga, 2yo filly, Million Dollar Gem, out of the Presidential Ball mare Kays My Gem, won her first race from just three starts. Million Dollar Gem showed blistering gate speed to lead all the way, becoming her sires fifth two year old of the season.

Million Dollar Cam also sired a double at Dubbo raceway on Sunday when three year old filly, Pure Cam, and four year old Kyalla Dave both saluted.

Pure Cam then made it back to back wins at Young on Tuesday August 30th.

To date, Million Dollar Cam has sired 35 individual winners from just 70 starters.

This is an amazing Stat given he has just three crops of racing age down under which have produced one hundred and forty live foals.

Million Dollar Cam, winner of the 2002 Little Brown Jug, is an exceptionally bred stallion by Cams Card Shark, out of the Jate Lobell mare, Jate Mate. He also hails from the U112 family that has produced Mach Three, millionaire Peruvian Hanover, and more recently the Elit-oppet winner Nuncio.

Contact the Stud for your booking to Million Dollar Cam

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FLY LIKE AN EAGLE

Four time Group 1 winner Fly Like An Eagle will Join the exciting line up of stallions at Yirribee Stud this season. The son of Mach Three will stand at at $2750. with generous discounts applicable. Fly Like an Eagle defeated the best pacers of his time including Christen Me, Smolda, Sushi Sushi, and Sir Licoln and still holds the New Zealand record as the fastest two year old over 1700 metres with a mile rate of 1:55.9 Being from the famous Black Watch family, he has been well priced and being part of the Colonial Bred Stallion Scheme and eligible for a further $9000 in bonuses, breeders should find this a very attractive deal.

For more information contact Yirribee Stud.
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TRANSPORTED SEMEN

Yirribee will begin transporting semen on Monday 5th September in line with other studs. Please remember, orders must be in the previous night before 8:30 and all orders must have a relevant booking contract

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FOR A REASON RETURNS TO STUD

 

Yirribee Stud proudly announces the richest and fastest Australian bred son of Art Major will return to Yirribee Stud for the upcoming breeding season.

After a previous season at stud, For A Reason returned to the racetrack claiming victories in the Victoria Cup, Qld Pacing Championship, and gaining a third in a Interdominion and a Miracle Mile.

From a small crop of 33 foals, he has produced 10 starters for three winners, all in sub 2:00.

According to Luke McCarthy, the Victoria Cup win was a hilight in his career, beating the likes of Beautide, Christen Me and Smoken Up.

For A Reason has super speed and amazing staying capabilities. He was a well mannered horse with great attitude and just a pleasure to have around, Luke said.

Steve Turnbull had this to say about his 2yo by For A Reason. – Conviction has it all, he has heaps of gate speed and tops it off with a big heart. He is up there with the best 2yo,s I have ever trained.

For A Reason is eligible for the HRNSW Colonial Stallion rebate of $500 , the True Blue Series and the other Breeders Challenge Bonus.

His Service Fee will be $2750 with generous discounts and locality discounts to apply.

 

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