Goodwood Stud has had a strong week breeding winners in New Zealand, Australia and Singapore.
Inca Warrior led the charge with his fourth career win for trainer Steven Cole winning at Te Aroha over 1200m. Inca Warrior is by Per Incanto out of Keeper mare Playing for Keeps, he was a $70,000 purchase at the 2016 Karaka select yearling sale.
Rex Royale was next up winning at Waverley on Thursday. The well related son of Rock N Pop managed to secure his first career win over 2200m for Lisa Latta, he was bred in partnership with G E & Mrs J E Harris. Rex Royale is out of Celtic Crown - dam of recent Group One winning mare Nicoletta and was purchased by Karen Zimmerman at the 2016 Karaka yearling sale for $37,500. Also at Waverly Fattore Otto managed to get a deserved maiden win. Fattore Otto was purchased by Gary Vile out of the 2017 Goodwood Stud draft where Goodwood remains in the ownership.
From there we went across the Tasman to Sydney where promising filly Betty Blooms secured her first career win winning the Maiden Plate at Kembla Grange over 1500m for Ronnie Quinton. Bred by the Goodwood/Fairdale Stud partnership she was purchased by Bloodstock agent Ric Wylie for $170,000 out the 2017 Karaka premier yearling sale. Betty Blooms boasts a top class pedigree being out of Zabeel mare Zambezi from the family of Tall poppy and Fun on the Run, she is a half sister to stakes placed stayer Zambezi Warrior.
Lastly was at Singapore on Friday night where the next well related Goodwood graduate Don’t Worry claimed his maiden win. The 3yo son of Ocean Park produced a strong performance winning over 1100m on Friday night at Kranji. Don’t Worry is a half brother to top class sprinter Barbaric and consistent Queensland performer Hirtshals.