OUR LATEST GROUP 1 WINNER
AWESOME ROCK WINS THE 2016 GROUP1 EMIRATES STAKES 5/11/16
What a 2016 Spring Carnival for Spicer Thoroughbreds with the win of Awesome Rock in the Group 1 Emirates Stakes and the Group 2 Dato Chin Nam Stakes and Mr. Individual at Moonee Valley.
Awesome Rock broke through with a Group 1 win in the Emirates after running 5th up against Winx and Hartnell in the Cox Plate. This marks Spicer Thoroughbreds fourth Group 1 winner following champions Starspangledbanner, Zabeelionaire, & Commanding Jewel.
With Amovatio resuming for the spring hoping to break the $1.00m prizemoney barrier Vezalay, Kings Command, Doom N’ Boom, Hand From Above, Houdini the Great and the exciting stayer Crediton ready to resume, the next few months will be exciting for Spicer Thoroughbreds and our owners.
We will then be ready to unleash our 2016 yearling purchases on their 2yo preparations. With horses by boom 2yo producing stallions Medaglia D’Oro, Strabangledbanner, Pierro, Smart Missile & Foxwedge to join proven sires Snitzel, Choisir, Fastnet Rock & Denman, our 2yo purchases are our best ever.
Brad Spicer will attend and be actively buying at January’s Gold Coast Magic Millions & NZB Karaka sales looking for the next future champion. Please contact Brad for your expression of interest anytime on 0400 676 773
When it comes to our trainer selection only the best will do. 2016 yearling purchases have been placed in the care of Melbourne Cup winning trainer Darren Weir, multiple Premiership winner David Hayes, Australia’s leading Group 1 trainer Chris Waller and with our multiple Group 1 winning trainer Leon Corstens.
Our 2016 yearling purchases are on this website for you to view with our pricing structure included. It is important to understand that our commitment to ongoing personal care and attention to detail in communication with all owners does not incur any management fees from Spicer Thoroughbreds.
Please feel free to contact Brad Spicer anytime on 0400 676 773 or via email at email@example.com for any questions you may have before securing your share in our current yearling crop