Shares available in New Approach colt out of stakes-winning mare
Mar 30, 2015
Zabeel and Galileo combine in this fabulous cross of the world’s most successful staying families to produce the New Approach x Cornelia Marie colt I purchased at the Melbourne Premier Sale.
New Approach’s is by Galileo – the world’s most successful living stallion – so it is no surprise that his sire sons possess all the classic qualities he has passed through European gene types through the years.
New Approach is a 5-time Group 1 winner in
His other Group 1 victories came in the Dewhurst Stakes, Irish National Stakes as a 2-year-old.
In just 11 starts, New Approach finished his racing career with an 11:8-2-1 record and was previously shuttled to
However, since there has been outstanding demand for New Approach as a stallion in Europe, he has ceased shuttling duties and stands in
In 2014, New Approach’s yearlings sold for a whooping average of £163,000 (approx $310,000 AUD)!
The lack of interest in staying pedigrees here by Australian breeders has really played to our advantage because it enabled me to pick up this colt at a fabulous price of just $85,000.
As a stallion, New Approach is most well known in
However, his greatest success came in his very first crop when Dawn Approach won the Group 1 Dewhurst Stakes and Group 1 National Stakes as a 2-year-old.
This colt on offer is out of Cornelia Marie who had 20 race starts to win $157,655 in prize money.
Cornelia Marie is a Reset mare which means she caries the all-conquering Zabeel line littered with staying prowess.
Reset has done a spectacular job as a stallion by going on to produce Cox Plate winner Pinker Pinker, Caulfield Cup winner Faulkner, VRC and SA Derby winner Rebel Raider and most recently Crown Oaks winner Set Square.
What I like about this pedigree is the versatility within. Physically, he looks a lot like Reset and I am much more confident of him coming on as a 3-year-old like so many from within this pedigree do.
Overtime, I see him developing as a middle distance prospect with the potential to stay over longer trips as he matures with age.
Something that has made staying prospects much more attractive in
In the past where it just wasn’t super attractive to race a stayer in
To purchase a share, or to receive a free information pack about this colt, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office on (03) 5976 2607.