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Best Season For Not A Single Doubt

Not A Single Doubt took his season tally of individual stakeswinners to a career-best figure of 17 when his 2YO daughter Granny Red Shoes won Saturday’s Listed Hampden Stakes at the Sunshine Coast.

Best Season For Not A Single Doubt

Not A Single Doubt took his season tally of individual stakeswinners to a career-best figure of 17 when his 2YO daughter Granny Red Shoes won Saturday’s Listed Hampden Stakes at the Sunshine Coast.

The win was a well-deserved reward for the filly’s consistent effort in her six previous starts, including a maiden win and three runner-up finishes, two of them in Listed company.

Granny Red Shoes Horseform was bred by Bruce Neill’s Cressfield from the Show A Heart mare Shoboard, herself a juvenile stakeswinner from the high class family of G1 winner Star Satire.


The filly, trained by Toby Edmonds for Segenhoe Thoroughbreds, cost $280,000 at the 2017 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale.

Not A SIngle Doubt
Not A SIngle Doubt Picture:Arrowfield Stud

There are now 57 stakeswinners on Not A Single Doubt’s lifetime record.

Granny Red Shoes is his 20th 2YO stakeswinner and his fourth this term, after Qafila, Not A Single Cent and Fundamentalist.

She is also his third stakeswinner in the past month, following Champagne Cuddles (G3 Gold Coast Guineas) and Southern Legend (Listed Kranji Mile).

Not A Single Doubt’s progeny have over $10 million prizemoney in Australia this season. He is heading towards his fourth consecutive top 10 finish on the Australian General Sires’ Premiership.

Granny Red Shoes
Granny Red Shoes Picture:Racing and Sports

The Richard Hannon trained Sir Prancealot filly Pepita put in a career best performance to win the Musselburgh Maggie Dickson Stakes on the weekend.

Pepita’s win follows on from two G2 victories by Madam Dancealot and Beau Recall in California recently.

Madam Dancealot was subsequently beaten in a photo in the G1 Santa Anita Gamely Stakes over 9 furlongs on May 26.

Sir Prancealot is currently sitting sixth on the European third crop sires list with 26 worldwide winners ahead of Helmet on 23 and So You Think on 18.

“He is having another very good season in the Northern Hemisphere and we are eagerly awaiting his first foals in Australia this spring,” said Sam Hayes from Cornerstone Stud.

Being an outcross Sir Prancelot has nicked very well with Danehill line mares making him ideally suited to the Australian broodmare population.

“It is hard to find a proven stallion in his price bracket that is not by Fastent Rock, Redoute’s Choice or Snitzel. Sir Prancealot offers breeders a proven commercial outcross,” Hayes said.

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