The sale season is well and truly upon us.

This week we spent plenty of time at the Inglis complex on our home turf at Warwick Farm and we are delighted with our purchases. Joe and his team did plenty of homework to secure two lots for the Pride Racing clients.

Lot 238 - So You Think X Dalkeith Colt



There is plenty to love on this boy's page. Not only is he by the mighty SO YOU THINK but he is out of an Encosta De Lago mare. Dalkeith is the dam of one foal to race who is already a winner.

You only have to scroll down to the second dam to find out that we know this family very well. La Boisselle is the half sister to Assertiveness who is the dam of a stable favourite in New Tipperary.

Joe inspected this boy from the Attunga Stud draft several times over the sale. He had a sensible attitude, coped with the pressure of the sale and he looks like he will furnish into a lovely style of horse.

We have ownership opportunities available in this colt and if you think you would be interested in racing with Pride Racing then please contact Hayley via email at the bottom of the page.


Lot 441 Real Impact X Laissez Faire Filly


Our second purchase for Pride Racing clients was Lot 441 who boasts plenty of presence and a pedigree to match. There is plenty to like about this filly not only is she well put together but she has some style about her.


She is out of a Flying Spur mare who is a three-quarter-sister to Lunaspur. She is the dam of 1 foal to race who is already a winner. The second dam Lavishly is black type placed and we also have a double cross to the one and only Sunday Silence.

There is plenty of upside to this filly and if you would like to race her with Pride Racing then please contact Hayley on the email listed at the bottom on the page.


Not only did we buy for our clients but we also teamed up with our syndicators and came home with some cracking types for both Proven Thoroughbreds and Tricolours Racing and Syndicating.


Our first purchase with Proven Thoroughbreds is another family that we know well. When we saw the pedigree in the sale catalogue we knew we had to inspect him.



This lovely strong colt wasn't going home with anyone else. He was beautifully prepared by Fairview Park and Joe felt he had plenty of excellent qualities. Adorabeel is by Savabeel she not only won six races but her page includes a Group 3 win.

He was a no fuss colt right through the sale and we can't wait for him to join the stable. Make sure you click on the link below so you can see his video.



Lot 64 Sebring X Arcadia Rose




Both Joe and Jamie took a liking to this colt during inspections. He is well put together with plenty to offer. He has an impressive pedigree to match. His grandmother Acradia has had seven foals, six to race and they are all winners. She has produced four stakes winners including the Group 1 winner Arcadia Queen.

It's a rerity to be able to buy into a family such as this one. This opportunity doesn't come along very often so make sure you click the link to his video below to hear Joe and Jamie's comments.



Lot 444 Sebring X Lavenham Colt


Why have one Sebring when you can have two?


Not only does Sebring get plenty of winners he gets plenty of black type winners and we didn't want to miss out on that. He is a neat colt and had a professional attitude throughout the sale. Joe and Jamie think he will furnish into an athletic racehorse.. His dam is a two time winning mare who is the half to Supido. Supido secured seven wins on the board including a Group 3 win and a Group 1 placing.

There was too many winners on this page to let him go so Jamie Walter made sure he secured this fine colt for the Pride Stable.





Lot 583 Shooting To Win X Parriwi Filly


Tricolours and Pride Racing currently boast a 100% runners to winners combination so it was no surprise that we teamed up yet again to purchase our next champion.

We have secured this stunning daughter of Group 1 Caulfield Guineas winner Shooting To Win. Shooting To Win’s oldest progeny are only 2 years old, but his progeny are showing tremendous potential.
Our filly is out of Parriwi, a stakes winning Mosman mare who won 4 races as a 2 year old, and was 3rd behind super sprinter Buffering as a 3 year old.


She will join our team at Pride Racing and Tricolours team and hopefully continuing the 100% winners to runners combination. Watch a video of our filly and hear Joe’s thoughts HERE



Lot 616 Epaulette x Probationary Colt


James Moss was pretty keen to come home with a Classic colt and it didn't take him long to identify Lot 616 as the one. Epaulettes, oldest progeny are only 3, however he has had immediate success, siring a Group 1 winner in Soqrat. He is also the sire of highly promising stakes winners such as Military Zone, Meryl and Khulaasa.


Our colt is out of a 3 time winning Northern Meteor mare who won from 1000m to 1450m. He comes from a black type family which includes International stakes winners including the multiple Group 1 winner Marlin. Domestically, he is closely related to the 9 time winner and duel stakes winner Cape Kidnappers.



Watch a video of our colt and hear Joe’s thoughts HERE

Contact our Racing Manager today to join the Joe Pride Racing team.
Hayley Blythe Devlin - Rorison racing@prideracing.com.au or 0402079460

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