HARAS SANTA RITA DA SERRA - BRASIL

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HARAS FRONTEIRA

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HARAS IGUASSU

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domingo, 15 de novembro de 2020

RAPIDINHAS DO TDN

SPIELBERG FAVORED TO CONTINUE BAFFERT STREAK IN BOB HOPE

With the ongoing Del Mar meet renamed a few years ago to honor Hollywood icon Bing Crosby, it seems only fitting that a colt named Spielberg (Union Rags) would take his shot in the GIII Bob Hope S., the race formerly known as the Hollywood Prevue S. The $1-millon Keeneland September graduate should jump a warm favorite for the seven-furlong affair, a race won by his trainer Bob Baffert no fewer than six times in its last nine runnings and 10 times dating back to 1996.

Runner-up on debut and in the GI Del Mar Futurity to the talented Dr Schivel (Violence), the chestnut was never truly dangerous when third in the GI American Pharoah S. at Santa Anita Sept. 20. He was more workmanlike than spectacular in graduating by a mile here 13 days ago, but is nevertheless the one they'll have to beat.

Weston (Hit It a Bomb) is the only member of the Bob Hope sextet with a graded victory to his credit, having earned a neck success in the GII Best Pal S. Aug. 8 prior to a third in the Futurity, where Spielberg was 3 ¾ lengths ahead of him. 

AUDARYA ENHANCES FANSHAWE'S PORTFOLIO

By Emma Berry

Last Saturday at Keeneland was a banner day for the European Breeders' Cup raiders, who won all four of the races on turf. While Aidan O'Brien, who trained the first three home in the GI Breeders' Cup Mile, has enjoyed his fair share of success at the meeting over the years, there were first-time victories for Dermot Weld, James Fanshawe and Kevin Ryan.

Fanshawe's Pegasus Stables welcomed home Alison Swinburn's Filly & Mare Turf winner Audarya (Fr) (Wootton Bassett {GB}) on Thursday and, while she will soon be off on her winter holiday, she will return to training next year following a season which also included victory in the G1 Prix Jean Romanet in August. Cont. p2

ADVERTISE LEADS NATIONAL STUD ROSTER

Three-time Group 1-winning sprinter Advertise (GB) leads the 2021 stallion roster at the National Stud, where he will once again stand for ,25,000. The son of Showcasing, who won the G1 Phoenix S. at two and the G1 Commonwealth Cup (in race record time) and the G1 Prix Maurice de Gheest at three for trainer Martyn Meade, is out of the Pivotal (GB) mare Furbelow. He is the first six-furlong Group 1 winner at two and three to retire to stud in the UK since his grandsire Oasis Dream (GB). Advertise was supported by 67 black-type producers or performers in his first book last year including the dams of Group 1 winners Aclaim (Ire), Dick Whittington (Ire) and Maarek (GB).

The aforementioned Aclaim, the winner of the G1 Prix de la Foret and G2 Park S. also for Meade, will be available at the National Stud next year for ,9,500. The son of Acclamation (GB) from the family of Montjeu (Ire) and the G1 Irish 1000 Guineas winner Again (Ire) (Danehill Dancer {Ire}) had his first yearlings this year, and they sold for up to 145,000gns to Shadwell.

Also with his first yearlings this year was Time Test (GB), and they made up to 150,000gns. The Juddmonte bred and raced four-time group-winning son of Dubawi (Ire) will stand for ,8,500 in 2021.

The National Stud roster is rounded out by Rajasinghe (Ire) and Flag Of Honour (Ire), who will each stand for3,000.

HIGHCLERE UNVEILS FEES, INCENTIVES

Highclere Stud has announced that its resident stallions Cable Bay (Ire) and Land Force (Ire) will stand for8,000 and5,000, respectively, in 2021, and has also unveiled new incentives for breeders alongside its regular Oct. 1 SLF terms.

Highclere's 50/50 Terms will allow breeders to pay half of the nomination fee on Oct. 1 SLF, with the remaining 50% payable when the progeny reaches its "target price"Btriple the stud fee-- at public auction as a foal or yearling. The target price for Cable Bay is 24,000 (,/gns) and 15,000 (,/gns) for Land Force. If the breeder places a reserve on the horse in excess of the target price, the remaining 50% fee would become payable.

KAHMA LASS TAKES NZ 1000 GUINEAS

Jamie Richards turned his stable's carnival fortunes around in spectacular fashion on the closing day of the New Zealand Cup meeting with five winners at Riccarton, including the biggest prize of all.

Matamata trainer Richards admitted the week hadn't gone entirely to plan, but it ended on a high on Saturday with Kahma Lass (NZ) (Darci Brahma {NZ}) landing the G1 Barneswood Farm New Zealand 1000 Guineas with barnmate Cornflower Blue (NZ) (Savabeel) third.

Their stablemate Avonalla (NZ) (Belardo {Ire}) also won the Listed Frantic Bloodstock Welcome S. while Summer Monsoon(Stratum), Remmington (NZ) (Darci Brahma {NZ}) and Markus Aurelius (NZ) (Ghibellines) were successful in undercard events.Festivity (I Am Invincible) was successful at Tauranga.