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Queensland And Victorian Stallion Movements

Wanted, the Group One winning son of champion sire Fastnet Rock, will continue his stud career in Queensland after being sold and relocated from Victoria.

Queensland And Victorian Stallion Movements

Wanted, the Group One winning son of champion sire Fastnet Rock, will continue his stud career in Queensland after being sold and relocated from Victoria.

Wanted, who has sired seven stakes performers in his short career at stud including Dead Or Alive, Rough Justice, Sort After, Wazzenme, Shaf, War Point and Sun Seeker, will stand at Clear Mountain Fairview in 2017.

Wanted won the G3 Kindergarten Stakes as a 2YO and as a three-year-old finished second to Black Caviar in the G2 Danehill Stakes before his G1 success in the Newmarket Handicap over the likes of Starspangledbanner, Eagle Falls, Headway, All Silent, Nicconi and El Segundo.


Wanted went on to finish runner-up in another G1 races and only finished out of the top four once.

“We believe Wanted is one of the best credentialed stallions to hit the state of Queensland,” said Clear Mountain Fairview principal Bob Frappell.

“In addition to being a son of Fastnet Rock, Wanted is out of Fragmentation, a stakes winning daughter of Snippets.

“Wanted collected over $1.1 million prizemoney and has gone on to produce multiple stakes performers.

“He was an $800,000 yearling and his quality attributes have been seen in his progeny, with his yearlings fetching up to $460,000 in the sales ring.”

Wanted will stand at $5,500 with associate sires Hvasstan, Tycoon Ruler, Worthy Cause and Zaha.

VICTORIA'S Glen Eden Agistment Farm at Kilmore will take on its first stallion this spring after acquiring the Italian G1 winner Scintillo.

The son of Fantastic Light won the G1 Gran Criterium and was Italy’s champion 2YO colt in 2007.

Scintillo had two Australian starts before he was retired in 2012 as Fantastic Light’s highest rated son.

He is out of the champion Thatching mare Danseuse Du Soir.

Scintillo will stand for a fee of $3300.

WELL-bred stallion Widden Valley, a son Anabaa and the G1 classic winner Rose Archway, will relocate to Little Yarra Lodge in Victoria this year as its foundation stallion.

Widden Valley cost $900,000 as a yearling but raced only five times due to injury.

He won two races for trainer Chris Waller.

Widden Valley relocates from Moorooklye Park to stand at Little Yarra Lodge in the Yarra Valley.

He will stand for a fee of $2200.

UNRACED Exceed And Excel colt De Gaulle has been retired to stand at Brooker Park in Victoria’s Gippsland.

De Gaulle, out of the dual G1 winner Response (Charge Forward), won two barrier trials for Peter and Paul Snowden but never raced due to a tendon injury.

He will stand for an introductory fee of $2200.

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