The Stars of Our Racing Syndicates in Melbourne & Sydney
Since 2010 The Red silks of Triple Crown have flown to 37 Group Race successes; an industry-leading figure!
Read below about some of our star racehorses that have won some of the most prestigious prizes on the Australian Racing calendar.
Snitzel ex Millrich
Champion Sprinter 2018 | Champion NSW Sprinter 2018 | The Everest 2017 & 2018 | G1 Darley Classic, G1 Doomben 10,000 | G2 Shorts Stakes, G2 Challenge Stakes | G3 The Heath Stakes, G3 Hall Mark Stakes, G3 Concorde Stakes x3
$16,444,000 in prizemoney | $120,000 yearling
The inspiring back-to-back winner of the first two runnings of The Everest at Royal Randwick, Redzel shot to national fame after winning the $10 Million race in October 2017, and then successfully defended his crown in the world’s richest race on turf in 2018. Triple Crown’s third individual Group 1 winner, the son of Snitzel won the G1 Darley Classic in November 2017, to add to his G1 Doomben 10,000 win in April 2017.
A winner of over $16 Million in prizemoney, Redzel sits second on the list of record prizemoney earners in Australian racing history, behind only wondermare Winx! A life-changing horse and one of Australia’s best!
Snitzel ex Flames Of Paris
G1 BTC Cup | G2 Royal Sovereign Stakes, G2 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes
$1,334,850 in prizemoney | $60,000 yearling
Hot Snitzel is one the Triple Crown all-time favourites as the son of Snitzel picked up his deserved Group 1 win at the age of six in the BTC Cup at Doomben. A six-time Stakes winner, Hot Snitzel is yet another $1 Million earner, and all for the yearling purchase price of $60,000!
Myboycharlie ex Lady Of Love
G1 Sires’ Produce Stakes | Inglis 2YO Classic
$920,525 prizemoney | Sold for $1 Million as broodmare | $46,000 yearling
Peggy Jean will always have a place in Triple Crown hearts as the first Group 1 winner in The Red silks when battling to win the Sires’ Produce Stakes in 2014, the first year of The Championships at Royal Randwick. In a stellar 2YO season, Peggy took the Inglis Classic race and was beaten a head in the Group 2 Magic Night Stakes before her famous Group 1 success.
Later sold for $1 Million as a broodmare to add to her $920,525 in prizemoney, Peggy will always go down as a Triple Crown syndicates great!
Redoute’s Choice ex Rose Reward
G1 Flight Stakes, G1 Myer Classic | 2nd G1 Cox Plate behind Makybe Diva
$1,483,960 in prizemoney | $260,000 yearling
Triple Crown directors Chris and Michael Ward were involved in racing one of the great Australian mares of recent years in Lotteria. The daughter of Champion Sire Redoute’s Choice, Lotteria triumphed in two of Australia’s most prestigious Group 1’s – the G1 Flight Stakes and G1 Myer Classic – while she was a phenomenal second in the Cox Plate behind the great Makybe Diva.
Myboycharlie ex Maritime
G2 Danehill Stakes | G3 Liverpool City Cup, G3 BRC Sprint | 2nd G1 Doomben 10,000 | Golden Slipper runner
$907,175 in prizemoney | $80,000 yearling
A pre-Christmas 2YO winner and Golden Slipper runner, Charlie Boy missed out on Group 1 success by just a head when a fine second in the Doomben 10,000 in 2015. Charlie has taken his owners on an extraordinary ride, featuring Group 2 success at Flemington in the Danehill Stakes, and Group 3 victories at Randwick and Doomben.
Now retired, Charlie will always be adorned by his loyal owners!
Mossman ex Volantis
G2 Bobbie Lewis Stakes | G3 Gold Coast Guineas, G3 WJ Healy Stakes, G3 Maurice McCarten Stakes | 2nd G1 BTC Cup | Golden Slipper runner
$1,669,785 in prizemoney | $45,000 yearling
Recently retired, the evergreen warrior was one of the most consistent Stakes level performers of his generation- and other generations such was his longevity! A maiden win at Group 2 level came as an eight-year-old in the Bobbie Lewis Stakes in 2018, while he is also a three-time Group 3 winner who was agonizingly defeated at Group 1 level in the BTC Cup by Malaguerra in 2016. Another pre-Christmas-winning 2YO, Dothraki ran in the 2013 Golden Slipper and continued to chase Group success right up until his retirement.
A winner of $1,669,785 in prizemoney, Dothraki proved a real money spinner having been purchased for just $45,000 in 2012 and will forever go down in history as one of the Triple Crown greats of the turf.
Your Song ex Brave Choice
G2 Moreton Cup | G3 WJ Healy Stakes | Listed Caulfield Village Stakes
$757,770 in prizemoney to date | $67,500 yearling
The highest earning son of Your Song, Brave Song is as good a type as you’ll see in a racehorse. This gorgeous bay broke through for a maiden black type success in the Listed Village Stakes at Caulfield in October 2018, before adding the Group 2 Moreton Cup and Group 3 WJ Healy Stakes to his collection.
He has continued to ply his trade at Stakes level and in million dollar races throughout his career, and still retains his enthusiasm for racing at the grand old age of seven. If you don’t believe us, just look at how he stormed home for a fast-finishing third in the Listed Regal Roller Stakes at Caulfield recently!
REELEM IN RUBY
Pierro ex Bobine
G2 Hot Danish Stakes | 2nd G3 The Nivison| 3rd G3 Dark Jewel Classic
$597,970 in prizemoney | $90,000 yearling
Consistency is not always an accurate measure of a horse’s ability and sometimes thoroughbreds can flatter to deceive, but that is certainly not the case with Reelem in Ruby.
Having finished in the placings in her first ten career starts, winning or finishing second on nine of those, Ruby’s remarkable rise through the ranks saw her earn valuable black-type at the first attempt, when narrowly denied in the Group 3 Nivison Stakes. The daughter of Pierro bettered that at her next start with a convincing victory in the Group 2 Hot Danish Stakes at Rosehill in 2019, where she beat a quality field including her fellow Triple Crown-raced stablemate Moss Trip.
A lengthy spell on the sidelines followed, but Reelem In Ruby returned from injury to add further black-type to her record, running third in the Group 3 Dark Jewel Classic in addition to a pair of fourth place finishes at Group 2 and Group 3 level respectively. A supremely talented racehorse who will now embark on an exciting new chapter as a broodmare.
Reward For Effort ex Tzaress
G3 Vain Stakes, G3 McNeil Stakes
$528,875 in prizemoney | $100,000 yearling
Gold Symphony returned to his very best in 2017, adding a further two Stakes wins to his two Group 3 successes in Melbourne as an early 3YO, and was not beaten far in the Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben. Another winner at 2, Gold Symphony began his career with three wins in his first four starts and continued to perform at Stakes level as a 6YO, winning the Listed Civic Stakes in impressive fashion at Rosehill in July 2017.
Snitzel ex Hula Flight
G2 VRC AV Kewney Stakes | G3 Baillieu Stakes
$340,950 in prizemoney | Sold for $410,000 as broodmare | $25,000 yearling
This Snitzel filly really could fly, and she did just that when storming home from last to first in the Group 2 Kewney Stakes at Flemington in March 2013. Yet another pre-Christmas 2YO, this filly earned black-type success at 2 when winning the Group 3 Baillieu Stakes at Rosehill Gardens.
Sold for $410,000 as a broodmare, Flying Snitzel gave her owners some fantastic memories, and a fantastic return on her $25,000 purchase in 2011.
Epaulette ex Loading Zone
G3 Hawkesbury Guineas, G3 BRC Fred Best Classic | Listed Gosford Guineas
$673,030 to date | $140,000 yearling
A dual Group 3 winner with a potent turn of foot, Military Zone developed into a high-class performer during his three-year-old season, taking out the Listed Gosford Guineas, Group 3 Hawkesbury Guineas and Group 3 Fred Best Classic.
Having chartered a wide passage throughout, this striking son of Epaulette finished a creditable seventh in the inaugural $7.5 million Golden Eagle at Rosehill behind a host of multiple Group 1 winners. He then came within a length of winning the inaugural $1 million The Gong at Kembla Grange, where once again things didn’t fall right for him. He continues to perform with great credit in Stakes races as a six-year-old.
Smart Missile ex Wecansay Mak
G3 Summoned Stakes | Listed Vale Redoute’s Choice Stakes | 2nd Gr 1 Thousand Guineas
$608,800 in prizemoney | $30,000 yearling
The finest of margins often separate elite athletes and unfortunately for Missile Mantra she was on the receiving end of that statement in October 2019. Having taken out a Listed race named in honour of the late Redoute’s Choice during an unbeaten juvenile campaign, Missile Mantra put a series of luckless runs behind her when beaten a whisker in the Group 1 Thousand Guineas at Caulfield.
Her consistency and will to win was finally rewarded in November 2020 when she overcame a wide barrier to land the Group 3 Summoned Stakes at Sandown, while she also accumulated placings at Group 2, Group 3 and Listed level.
Missile Mantra retired the winner of $608,800 in prize money and can lay claim to being an unbeaten stakes-winning 2YO, a Group 1-placed 3YO and a Group-winning 4YO mare. She will now embark on an exciting new chapter as a broodmare and is booked to be served by exciting young sire Capitalist.
Mossman ex Space Trip
G3 James Carr Stakes, RL Scone Inglis Guineas
$593,085 in prizemoney | $32,000 yearling
The flying filly Moss Trip continued to go from strength to strength – A winner on debut who rose through the ranks with 5 career wins and a host of black-type to her name. Known for her powerful finishing burst of speed and her amazing will to win, Moss Trip held her own in stakes company throughout her career, winning the Group 3 J H B Carr Stakes and finishing second to fellow Triple Crown-raced star Reelem In Ruby in the Group 2 Hot Danish Stakes at Rosehill.
A winner of the restricted Listed Inglis Scone Guineas as well as a notable 5th in the Group 1 Surround Stakes at her first crack at black-type racing, Moss Trip provided her owners with a fairytale result at the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale earlier this year, selling in foal to multiple Group 1 winner Trapeze Artist for an eye-watering $900,000. The perfect ending to a great Trip!
Charge Forward ex Alberton
G3 Thoroughbred Club Stakes | Inglis Classic | Golden Slipper runner
$437,750 in prizemoney | Sold for $650,000 as broodmare | $85,000 yearling
Cavalry Rose began her career with a bang in winning the valuable Inglis Classic race in January 2012, one of three wins in her short career that also included the Group 3 Thoroughbred Club Stakes at Caulfield.
Later sold for $650,000 as a broodmare, her total income including prizemoney exceeded $1 Million.
More Than Ready ex Descendent
Group 3 Birthday Card Stakes
$325,950 in prizemoney | Sold for $425,000 as a broodmare | $70,000 yearling
Patronyme had brilliance in abundance and hit her peak in a five-year-old season which boasted two Stakes wins through the Listed Triscay Stakes and Group 3 Birthday Card Stakes, both of which run at Rosehill.
Sold for $425,000 as a broodmare, her owners were duly rewarded for their patience after her $70,000 purchase.
Denman ex Trail Of Secrets
Listed Bright Shadow Stakes | $503,871 in prizemoney | $120,000 yearling
Secret Trail hit the jackpot with victory in the Listed Bright Shadow Stakes at Doomben in her final preparation. A wonderful filly to race, Secret Trail had finished second at the lucrative Magic Millions meeting on the Gold Coast and fourth in the Group 3 Maurice McCarten Stakes in 2017 before earning her black type win.
She then provided her patient owners with a handsome return on there initial investment when fetching $700,000 at the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale in 2019. She is a proud mother to a colt foal by Russian Revolution and was most recently served by none other than champion sire Snitzel.
Choisir ex Bomba
Inglis 2YO Classic
$551,155 in prizemoney | Sold for $90,000 as broodmare | $65,000 yearling
Miss Independent was the first of three Triple Crown winners in the valuable Inglis Classic, when she sprinted home to win the race in 2008.
A consistent performer at Stakes level, the daughter of Choisir proved to be a money spinner for connections, earning over $500,000 during her career.
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