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7 April 2021

YIRRIBEE WEEKLY NEWS

WARRAWEE NEEDY - THE PERCENTAGE SIRE

 

World Champion Warrawee Needy, who stands at Yirribee Pacing Stud, Wagga, was credited with his 14th individual winner from his first crop when the three-year-old Hurricane Hussler emerged successful at its second start at Maryborough recently.

The Grogfather, another of Warrawee Needy’s initial crop, won twice at Bathurst in the space of a week, rating 1:54.1 and 1:55.6.

 

Warrawee Needy boasts a 30 percent winner-to-foals strike rate with his first Australian stock.

 

Tintin In America, the companion sire to Warrawee Needy at Yirribee, left winners in three different countries last week. Nimah Franco NZ scored her 10th win at Albion Park in 1:57.4, Onesmartfella won for the fourth time at Wyndham, New Zealand, while Kiwi Tintin NZ was successful at Saratoga Raceway, New York in 1:56.4.

 

Renaissance Man, the latest addition to the Yirribee Stud sire roster, left winners in either side of the country. The smart Trittrittbangbang posted his sixth win and earned a new speed badge of 1:56.2 at Kilmore, while Addisyn notched her third success from her last four starts at Collie (WA).

 

To round out another big week, Spirited, a daughter of thrice NSW Sire of the Year Million Dollar Cam, posted win No. 5 at Albury.

By Peter Wharton

1 April 2021

YIRRIBEE WEEKLY NEWS

NEW WINNERS BY WARRAWEE NEEDY

Warrawee Needy, the former world mile record holder who now stands at Yirribee Pacing Stud, Wagga, was represented by two ‘new’ winners in the three-year-old fillies Warrawee Tina and Warrawee Honey.

 

Warrawee Needy has left 13 individual winners from his first Australian crop of 47 foals – an almost 30 percent strike rate.

 

In North America, Warrawee Needy sired recent winners in Needless To Say, a double winner at Pocono Downs, Pennsylvania in 1:53 and 1:57.2, and High Flyin Jamie, who won at Western Fair Raceway, Canada in 1:58.2.

 

Tintin In America picked up his second two-year-old credit this year when the debutant Mahomes led most of the way to crush his rivals in 1:54.7 at Menangle.

 

Other recent winners by Tintin In America were Wotdidusaaay (1:58.5, Melton), Terrier (Addington, NZ) and Onesmartfella, a winner in 1:59.6 at Invercargill, NZ.

 

Renaissance Man, who stock are flying on all fours, left the impressive Gloucester Park winner Addisyn (1:58.3), while the Million Dollar Cam mare Million Dollar Gem, who was bred and raised at Yirribee Pacing Stud, scored again in 1:58.4 at Buffalo Raceway, New York.

By Peter Wharton

22 March 2021

YIRRIBEE WEEKLY NEWS

PERTH DOUBLE FOR RENAISSANCE MAN

 

Renaissance Man, a former Group 1 winning two and three-year-old and who now stands at Yirribee Pacing Stud, Wagga (NSW), sired a winning double at the midweek Gloucester Park meeting.

 

His winners were Medieval Man, who sat parked before winning in a career-best 1:58.2 over 2130 metres, and Longreach Bay, who led throughout with the final 800 in 56 seconds. Both are members of Renaissance Man’s second crop of 27 foals which has produced 17 starters, 10 winners and three placegetters.

World champion Warrawee Needy sired his eleventh winner from his first Australian crop in the three-year-old filly Rusty El, a winner in 1:59 at her second start at Wagga. He was also represented by a winner in Canada in Farros Reign (1:57.8).

 

Fellow Yirribee Stud sires Tintin In America and Million Dollar Cam were both represented by winners at Albion Park. Nimah Franco NZ, a daughter of Tintin In America, posted her ninth success and lifted her stake tally to beyond $75,000, while Kay Nora Shannon (by Million Dollar Cam) earned a new speed badge of 1:58.2 on the way to her third win this year.

 

By Peter Wharton

15 March 2021

YIRRIBEE WEEKLY NEWS

GLOUCESTER PARK WINNER BY TINTIN IN AMERICA

 

Promising Tintin In America three-year-old gelding American Bullitt further underlined his potential with a smart come-from-behind win at Gloucester Park last Friday night (March 12).

 

The gelding clocked a career-best 1:56.6 for 2130 metres, with the final 800 in 57.3.

 

Tintin In America was also represented by a winner at the Young Cup meeting on the same day in the four-year-old Boston Busker (1:58.5).

 

The 2020 NSW Sire of the Year Million Dollar Cam led in five individual winners for the week including Getaloadathisgirl, who won twice at Redcliffe in 1:57.9 and 1:59.3.

 

Other winners by Tintin In America have been Whatta Conk, a 1:57.8 winner at Penrith, Kay Nora Shannon (Redcliffe), Our Mista Kalle (Northam) and Atomic Million Am, a winner in 1:55 at Rideau Carleton Raceway, Canada.

 

World champion Warrawee Needy also led in two winners in Canada in Noch Ten, who captured a leg of the Snowshoe Pacing Series at Woodbine Mohawk Park in 1:56.4, and Heresthatmanagain (2:00, Western Fair Raceway).

 

Tintin In America, Million Dollar Cam and Warrawee Needy are all members of the sire roster at Yirribee Pacing Stud, Wagga (NSW).

 

By Peter Wharton

23rd February 2021

YIRRIBEE WEEKLY NEWS

BROTHER TO SHARTIN SALUTES

 

The promising Tintin In America gelding Knockawarwon NZ, a younger brother of champion racemare Shartin, was a very impressive winner at his second start at Menangle on Tuesday (February 23).

 

The four-year-old pinged straight to the front and was never seriously challenged thereafter, scoring untouched in 1:53.6.

 

Tintin In America was also represented by The Meadowlands, New Jersey winner God’s Spirit (1:51.8).

 

Yirribee Pacing Stud’s newest addition, Renaissance Man, left a pair of Gloucester Park winners recently. Ourboybart notched his seventh success in runaway fashion in a 1:58.2 rate, while Apologize won for the fourth time.

 

Million Dollar Cam, who has enjoyed a solid start to the year, left winners in three States in Christian Shannon (Tamworth and Newcastle), Camroller (Redcliffe) and Levi Jimmy (Devonport), while world champion Warrawee Needy’s daughter Deprived won again at Northfield Park, Ohio in 1:58.2.

 

Tintin In America, Renaissance Man, Million Dollar Cam and Warrawee Needy are members of the star-studded Yirribee Pacing Stud sire roster.

By Peter Wharton

18 January 2021

YIRRIBEE WEEKLY NEWS

FIFTY FIVE REBORN NEARS $120,00

Renaissance Man is leaving some nice horses.

 

Talented Renaissance Man mare Fifty Five Reborn completed back-to-back Gloucester Park harness racing successes when she led from end to end on Friday night (February 12). It was her 10th win and increased her bankroll to almost $120,000.

 

Another of the Renaissance Man progeny, Trittrittbangbang, was a very impressive winner at Warragul, blasting home in 56.8 to score by 10 metres.

 

The Little Brown Jug winner Million Dollar Cam left winners in NSW and Queensland recently. They included Wongalea Charli, Movin Millions, Spirited and Kay Nora Shannon.

 

Warrawee Needy, the world champion racehorse, was represented by three winners in North America in Need Ur Opinion (1:54), Needless To Say (1:55.8) and Deprived (1:56.6).

 

On the sales front, Lennytheshark had three from his first crop sell at the Melbourne APG sale with a colt making $22,000 and a filly $21,000.

Renaissance Man, Million Dollar Cam, Warrawee Needy and Lennytheshark are all members of the Yirribee Pacing Stud sire roster.

 

By Peter Wharton

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