Barbados (AUS) 2008

Redoute's Choice-Virage de Fortune by Anabaa

Sire Redoute's Choice (Danehill)
Dam Anabaa
Stud Ducatoon Park

Redoute’s Choice stallion Barbados stands at Ducatoon Park in South Australia.

Barbados (5h Redoute’s Choice – Virage De Fortune by Anabaa) is a Darley homebred.

His dam Virage De Fortune was a Group 1 winner of the QTC Sires’ Produce Stakes and MVRC Australia Stakes.  She was later purchased by Sheikh Mohammed for a record-breaking $3.40 million at the 2007 Inglis Broodmare Sale.

Second dam Virage is a daughter of Kenmare who pioneered the shuttle era when he flew from France to Arrowfield in 1988.  He sired Virage from champion mare Emancipation.

Barbados suffered a broken pelvis which ended his career after five starts.  Ducatoon Park owner Peter Toole has placed a $4,400 (inc gst) fee on his services.

Standing at Ducatoon Park, Kadina
Contact: Peter 0408 859 812 or Mark 0408 213 361

$4,000.00 + GST

Ducatoon Park


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Stud Ducatoon Park

Hualalai 2014

Street Cry - Aloha by En Costa de Lago


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Stud Ducatoon Park

Trained by Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott, he won a Kembla Grange juvenile in May 2017 and doubled up at Rosehill a month later.  Resuming for a G1 Caulfield Guineas program earlier this season, he finished midfield in a stakes races at Flemington before injury curtailed his career after just 7 starts.

“He switched off nicely, relaxed and was able to finish off strong through the line,” Bott said after the Rosehill victory.  “He’s still very raw but there’s a huge amount of ability there.  We will take him through his grades and map out a path towards the Guineas.”

Hualalai is by champion sire Street Cry and was a $625,000 buy for Spendthrift Farm at the 2016 Gold Coast Magic Millions.  Named after a popular tourist resort in Hawaii, he is from G1 Coolmore Classic winner Aloha (Encosta de Lago).

Second-dam Tennessee Midnight (Danehill) won a LR Ottawa Stakes at Flemington and is a half-sister to Group 1 winner Malaguerra.

Hualalai stands at a fee of $4,400 (inc gst).

Standing at Ducatoon Park, Kadina

Contact Peter Toole 0408 859812 or Mark Toole 0408 213361

$4,000.00 + GST

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