Sir Prancealot has been enjoying quite a run of success lately. Despite a penalty in the Hungerford Stakes, Sir Dancealot was able to sneak under the radar and put his rivals away to win by a comfortable margin on the line. His jockey Gerald Mosse still maintains the son of Sir Prancealot is of
Modulate and Dexelation took their combined winning streak to five with impressive wins on Saturday at Morphettville. Modulate, an astute $42,500 yearling purchase by Richard Jolly from Cornerstone Stud's Magic Millions draft in Adealide, has now amassed $188,000 in prizemoney for his connections. "He is definitely getting better with age... we may look at
With over 150 in attendance the sun came out right on cue on Sunday as Ambidexter walked into the parade ring for Cornerstone Stud's Open Day. Ambidexter, Zebedee, Sir Prancealot and Valentia were the stars of the show with Free Eagle currently back on route from the Irish National Stud. Cornerstone Stud principle Sam
Ginger Nut (Sir Prancealot) proved too strong at Newbury on Saturday when she finished with gusto to win the £250,000 Super Sprint for 2yo’s. Hidden away for the majority of the race, jockey Harry Bently unleashed the daughter of Sir Prancealot approaching the furlong pole. Within a flash Ginger Nut had picked up in
Cornerstone Stud resident stallion Zebedee (Invincible Spirit) recorded his fifth stakes winner in Italy on Friday. Three-year-old filly Buonasera (ex Rosina Bella by Oratorio) took out the Gran Premio Citta di Napoli (Listed, 1000m) on Friday the 13th of July 2018 by three-quarters of a length. Leading from start to finish Buonasera pulled away
The Last week of racing has produced a hat trick of promising winners for a second sire Ambidexter (by Commands) Amberdi got the ball rolling with Sue Jaensch trained three-year-old winning convincingly at Gawler last Wednesday. The progressive three-year-old has now had two wins and a second from only three starts. The weekend saw
On Friday night Colin Hayes AM OBE will be officially elevated to a status in an industry that had already bestowed him the same title… Legend. The patriarch of a racing and breeding dynasty that has spanned three generations will become just the eighth Hall of Fame Legend at Friday’s induction ceremony in Sydney.
The emergence of quality Fastnet Rock sire sons such as Hinchinbrook, Foxwedge, Smart Missile and Your Song has not been lost on Sam Hayes and his team at Cornerstone Stud, who are looking to build on that success with their top class young sire Valentia. Bought from the Magic Millions for $1.35 million by