Success by Region

Ever since Australia’s ground-breaking sprinter Choisir claimed the double of the King’s Stand Stakes and Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot in 2003, there has occurred a near-annual pilgrimage to the same meeting.
  • Black Caviar

    Bel Esprit x Helsinge
  • Brazen Beau

    I am Invicible x Sansadee
  • Choisir

    Danehill Dancer (IRE) x Great Selection
  • Crabtree Gets His Rhythm

      It was frustrating. In the 1998 Goodwood Handicap, the Rob Crabtree bred and raced, Scandinavia, finished second … one of four Group One placings for the Snippets mare. Success at the elite level would continue to elude Scandinavia, but as the granddam of Black Caviar, she kinda made up for it. Crabtree returned to Read more…
  • Haradasun

    Fusaichi Pegasus (USA) x Circles of Gold
  • Miss Andretti

    Ihtiram (IRE) x Peggie’s Bid
Nearly half the horses in training In Hong Kong are Australian-bred and almost half the races in the Chinese territory are won by horses imported from Australia.
  • Able Friend

    Shamardal x Ponte Piccolo
  • Blizzard

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Fair King Prawn

    Danehill x Twiglet
  • Lucky Bubbles

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Luger

    Choisir x Miss Conception
  • Mr Stunning

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
Singapore has been a lucrative market for the locally-trained Australian-breds who excel on the racetrack season-after-season.
  • Black And White

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Good Baby

    Hussonet x Secret Haze
  • Lim’s Cruiser

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Lim’s Cruiser

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Mr Armstrong

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Rafaello

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
The success of Australian-bred runners in South Africa grows each year in proportion with the presence of that country’s owners and trainers at Australian yearling sales.
  • Alboran Sea

    Rock Of Gibraltar x Lady’s Light
  • Brazuca

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Ektifaa

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Ektifaa

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Enaad

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Entisaar

    More Than Ready x Purrpurrlena
Australian racehorses have retired to make names for themselves at New Zealand studs. Australian owners and trainers are among the biggest buyers at New Zealand studs the same trade occurs in reverse.
  • Charles Road

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Charmont

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Marky Mark

    Makfi x My My Maree
  • Miss Wilson

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Mongolian Falcon

    Lonhro x Republic Lass
  • Mongolian Khan

    Holy Roman Emperor x Centafit