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.