Foaled: Oct 17, 2021
Now available! Race this lovely colt by first season sire, ZOUSAIN. Zousain was a very precocious juvenile, winning the Group 2 BRC Champagne Classic and running 2nd in the Group 1 J.J Atkins Stakes. At 3, he ran 2nd to the Autumn Sun in the Group 1 Golden Rose, and 2nd to Sunlight in the Group 1 Coolmore Stud Stakes. “Physically, he is a Zoustar clone. An easy Group winning 2YO and half a length from emulating his sire when running a close 2nd in the Golden Rose and the Coolmore” – Antony Thompson (Widden Stud).
Gary Portelli went onto comment that “he is a beautiful bodied horse. He uses himself well and the mare has done an outstanding job. I can’t wait to see him walk down my stable driveway”.
This colt is out of Hudoo. A mare that has produced 5 foals for 5 winners, including 5-time city winner The Guru, and Group 2 winner, Hudoo Magic. He hails from the family of Group 1 Caulfield Cup winner, ALL THE GOOD. This colts page is flooded with international Black Type.
He will be nominated for the Magic Millions race series and Golden Slipper.
2.5% = $4,425 – 5% = $8,850 – 7.5% = $13,275 – 10% = $17,700
The above share prices includes GST on purchase, sale expenses, Magic Millions race series & Golden Slipper nominations, breaking in & education, syndicate & registration fees until May 2023. Insurance is also included in the share price until January 2024. Payment plans available for approved applicants.
This colt will be trainer by Multiple Group One winning trainer, Gary Portelli. Portelli has trained the likes of Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign, Rebel Dane & Gold Trail as well as Elite Thoroughbreds Stakes winners Testashadow, Sebring Sun, Straturbo & I’m All The Talk.
Dr Brett Warren conducted a physical, full x-ray review and scope pre-purchase. He was deemed as low risk.
We estimate that the following should be budgeted based on upkeep of the horse, being approximately $50k per year. This budget considers training fees, spelling fees, stable vet visits, floating cost & management fees. To ensure transparency, owners will be billed directly by suppliers according to shareholding. Figures provided below are overestimated:
2.5% = $30 per week over the course of the year
5% = $60 per week over the course of the year
7.5% = $90 per week over the course of the year
10% = $120 per week over the course of the year
Current Status: Currently having a spell after another preparation with the pre-trainer.
Sale Comments: A beautifully bodied colt. Walks with purpose. He was the horse we were not coming home without!
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