A special day for Astute Bloodstock

Saturday (16/09/2023) was a special day for Astute Bloodstock given that each of our 5 runners rose to the occasion and won convincingly at Royal Randwick and Flemington. Our priority at work is to select and purchase future elite racehorses so it was a thrill to see 3 winning at Gr.2 level.

I am still buzzing with excitement and I would like to thank all our clients/owners who made this day possible

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Le Metayer puts his faith in Siyouni once again

Le Metayer puts his faith in Siyouni once again

With plenty of Australian activity at the Tattersalls December Mare Sale, buyers from the southern hemisphere made their presence felt during the first session of the Arqana Breeding Stock Sale yesterday with prominent agents Louis Le Metayer, Damon Gabbedy and William Johnson all securing mares on the first day of the Deauville sale. 

Ace High fulfils Group One destiny

Ace High fulfils Group One destiny

A classic case of being in the right place at the right time led Rich Hill Stud’s John Thompson to the stable door of Ace High. 

Amelia's Jewel All Class in Stocks Stakes

Amelia's Jewel All Class in Stocks Stakes

Given a positive ride by Damian Lane, Amelia's Jewel needed a track record-breaking performance to capture Friday night's Group II Ladbrokes Stocks Stakes at Moonee Valley. 

Q&A with Louis Le Metayer

Q&A with Louis Le Metayer

Q&A with Louis Le Metayer 

Owner/breeder won’t sell ‘special filly’, eyes up maiden Group 1

Owner/breeder won’t sell ‘special filly’, eyes up maiden Group 1

Peter Walsh, the owner of Amelia Park Racing, claims he has no interest in selling unbeaten filly Amelia’s Jewel and is hoping the rising star of the turf can hand him his Group 1 victory. Longtime owner/breeder Peter Walsh is adamant Amelia’s Jewel (Siyouni {Fr}) is the best horse he has had anything to do with. The Simon Miller-trained 3-year-old kept her perfect record intact on Saturday, scoring a gutsy first-up win in the Listed Belgrave S. at Ascot. 

Amelia's Jewel Pulls It Out of the Fire

Amelia's Jewel Pulls It Out of the Fire

The three-year-old Siyouni filly Amelia's Jewel extended her unbeaten sequence to four with a gutsy win at her seasonal debut in Saturday's Listed Drummond Golf-Belgravia Stakes (1200m) at Ascot. Amelia Park's Peter Walsh purchased Bumbasina (IRE) for 76,000 guineas at the 2019 Tattersalls July Sale through Astute Bloodstock. He sent her to Siyouni to southern hemisphere time, and Amelia's Jewel is the result.  

 

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