Renaissance Man




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"The fastest horse I have ever driven, combining exhilarating speed, with the

temperament of an angel" Kate Gath

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RENAISSANCE MAN, one of the best bred and best performed sons of Art Major, and now a leading percentage sire with his first crops, is standing his second season at Yirribee Pacing Stud this season.

RENAISSANCE MAN is the sire of 27 individual winners from 43 starters and they have earned almost $900,000 in stakes - an average 0f $20,900 per starter.

His progeny include:

Fifty Five Reborn 1:57.1($123,628) 10 wins incl. Westsired 3YO Classic

My Prayer 1:56.2 ($118,022) 6 wins incl. WA country Oakes

Longreach Bay 1:56.1 ($92,555) 6 wins incl. Group 1 Westbred 3 YO Classic

Medieval Man 1:58.2 ($68,878) 10 wins

Ourboybart 1:55.1 ($55,543) 7 wins

Arma Einstein 1:56.9 ($47,005) 4 wins incl. Westsired 3YO Classic

Trittrittbangbang 1:56.2 ($46,390) 7 wins

Another Snag 1:55.1 - 4 wins

Missbillynotsilly 1:56.8 - Group and Listed placegetter

Goodonya Mate 1:56.6


RENAISSANCE MAN was a top racehorse in his own right, winning close to $300,000, and he was a Group winner at two, three and four years.


As a two-year-old he won seven races including a clean sweep of the NSW Sires Stakes series, the Victoria Youthful Stakes, and heats of the NSW Breeders Challenge (beaten a nose in final) and the Australian Pacing Gold.


RENAISSANCE MAN notched a further five successes at three highlighted by wins in the Group 1 SA Derby and heats of the Victoria Derby and APG and placings in the Australian Derby and APG final.


As a four-year-old he won $56,382 including the $60,000 Globe Derby Birthday Cup Final, while he finished runner-up to Bitobliss in the Victorian 4YO Bonanzastakes.


RENAISSANCE MAN’s oldest stock are four-year-olds and from 27 foals he has sired nine winners including a smart filly in My Prayer (1:58.4), the winner of five races including the WA Country Oaks and $93,868, Ourboybart (1:55.1), who won six, and the Gloucester Park winner Yo Te Amo Haitch (1:57).


On the score of blood Renaissance Man lacks nothing. His sire Art Major (1:48.8) was a champion with stake earnings of $3.2 million and has been one of Australia’s top sires for some time, so needs no introduction.


My Ami Lee, the dam of Renaissance Man, has been one of the gems of the Australian stud book. She is the dam of seven individual winners, four of whom have won at Group level, including Louvre 1:54.5 ($402,665), Miss Hazel 1:57 ($310,63) and My General Lee 1:52.2 ($261,897).


My Ami Lee (2:00.1), a multiple Harold Park winner, was a half-sister to four $100,000 earners, being by Safely Kept from Cosmophylla, by Thor Hanover from Calophylla, and tracing to the foundation mare Flora.


This is the family which has produced top horses such Auckland Reactor, Devil Dodger, Our Hi Jinx, Russley Rascal and others.

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