A Supreme Effort in the last at Randwick

Supreme Effort produced a powerful sprint over the concluding stages to beat a handy field of sprinters in the final event on the card at Randwick yesterday afternoon. The Shaft gelding settled beautifully in a midfield position always travelling well within himself off the back of a hot speed up front. Brenton Avdulla waited patiently before setting his sights on the leader Suprme Effort sprinted quickly  before prevailing in a tight photo finish! “Supreme Effort was great. The race was run to suit allowing Suprme Effort to get back and produce a powerful finish, he sprinted brilliantly today. He is always showed nice ability and its pleasing to see him win in that fashion today. He is a very happy horse at home  and this win today really showed his fightinh qualities” added Kim.

Supreme Effort

Supreme Effort too strong at Randwick

Connections enjoying the win with Brenton Avdulla

Connections enjoying the win with                                          Brenton Avdulla

Congratulations to the connections of Supreme Effort

Congratulations to the connections of                                       Supreme Effort

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The Classic Yearling Sale

Lot 182 Congrats x Princess Tinkabell Colt

Kim was successful in securing Lot 182 Congrats x Princess Tinkabell colt (pictured below) at the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale earlier this week.

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Lot 182 Congrats - Princess Tinkerbell Colt

            Congrats – Princess Tinkabell Colt

The colt is by the AP Indy stallion Congrats – In a long and successful race track career Congrats competed against the elite sprinters of North America over many seasons with a career defining victory in the Group 2 Santa Anita San Pasqual Hcp along with multiple group placings including runner up in the Group 1 Santa Anita Hcp.Congrats retired to become North America’s Champion Freshman Sire in 2010, leading a stellar group including Bernardini and War Front. In 2014, he was America’s #3 Juvenile Sire, and again the #1 Juvenile Sire by A.P. Indy. In 2015, he was a Top 10 Sire of Winners. Congrats oldest Australian progeny are currently 3yr olds. Congrats is a physically imposing individual that has delivered strength and muscle bulk to his progeny this colt is of similar mould to his sire and is a well-balanced very correct individual which Kim believes could develop into an early running 2yr old type.

The colt is from a strong female line which is littered with stakes winners, his dam Princess Tinkabell is half-sister to group performers Marrok and Appeal Process. Princess Tinkerbell was a winner and has gone on to be a strong producer with 5 winners from five foals to race including Kim’s  multiple city winner Dylan’s Rojo, lightly raced Looking East and handy middle distance gallopers Lonhrotothetop and Count Cyclone.

‘The colt really caught my eye, he’s a lovely yearling! A strong well-muscled type with powerful hindquarters, his x-rays were good and I couldn’t fault him, he has all the attributes that I look for when buying babies and I’m wrapped to be taking him home. I know the family well and currently train his half brother Dylan’s Rojo, this colt is a different type to his older half brother at the same stage he looks to be an ideal 2yr old” added Kim.

If you would like more information about how to get involved in racing this Congrats x Princess Tinkabell colt with Kim and Mark Waugh, please don’t hesitate to contact Kim on 0418 205 333 or via email through the Contact Us page

 

Fragmento racing at Wyong

Fragmento will be the sole representative from Kim Waugh racing, taking his place in race 7 benchmark 63 over the mile when racing returns to the central coast track of Wyong on Sunday. The Snippetson gelding has taken his time to reach peak racing fitness following some 18 months off the track and after three runs this time in heads to Sunday’s race fit and well. “Fragmento is well. Last start he settled in the second half of the field and was never closer than three deep working all the way. He’s a horse that does like to find his feet in the early stages of a race and from a good gate hopefully he will be able to get a good run in transit off the pace. We have secured the services of Tommy Berry to ride Fragmento on Sunday” added Kim.

Fragmento

                                 Fragmento

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